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Job Description: CFY / SLP KinderKare, a Home Based Early Intervention,  is a NY State certified and licensed New York State Early Intervention Agency servicing New York City, Westchester, Orange, and Nassau Counties. KinderKare is in excellent standing and the recipient of consecutive designations of “EXCELLENT” programmatic audits from multiple auditing bodies, and is an Industry Leader within the field of Early Intervention. KinderKare prides itself of its unique Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY) program, and has been privileged to assist many new graduates to achieve their goals, while receiving excellent supervision as CFY’s provide treatment the 0-3 early intervention population of children entrusted to their care!            Mono/Bi-lingual CFY's & SLP's needed in Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Westchester, & Orange counties Fee-for-service CFY/Speech language pathologists Make your own schedule PT or FT Our CFY program offers excellent supervision! Exceeds ASHA or NY State Speech Board Requirements    High $$$ Email resume to: kinderkare@kidsei.com

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Job Description: JOIN US 1pm-6pm AT OUR THERAPIST OPEN HOUSE •Thursday, March 19 5 Dakota Dr, Ste 200, New Hyde Park •Thursday, March 26 Community Reform Church, 1155 E. 93rd St, Brooklyn • Thursday, April 30th, 29-01 216th St., Bayside St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children is one of the nation’s premier providers of intensive rehabilitation & specialized care for children with special needs and life-limiting conditions. The largest pediatric post-acute care provider of its kind in the region, St. Mary's treats 2,000 children each day through our Hospital, Home Care and Community Programs in the five boroughs of New York City, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester and beyond. ST. MARY’S HOME CARE- All Boroughs, Nassau & Suffolk SLPs, OTs, & PTs - FULL TIME, PART TIME & FEE-FOR-SERVICE We seek NYS licensed home care Therapists to enhance the lives of others while working for an exceptional organization which recognizes ability and rewards excellence. Must have 1 year PEDIATRIC EXPERIENCE. Positions also available at our hospital in Bayside & our Roslyn Office. The opportunities are great...The rewards are excellent! • Excellent individual/family benefits • Tuition reimbursement• Life insurance • Flexible spending accounts • 403(b) retirement plan • And much more! Please apply online at: www.StMarysHealthcareSystemforChildren.appone.com  or email your resume to: cchambers@stmaryskids.org St Mary's Healthcare System for Children www.stmaryskids.org An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer    

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Job Description: Travel Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) / CFY Travel Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) / CFY Location: Pennsylvania Salary:  Experience: 1.0 year(s) Job Type: Temporary / Consulting Job ID: U988178       About the Opportunity Bridge Travel Healthcare, a division of The Execu|Search Group, has an opportunity with a school setting located in Carlisle, Pennsylvania for a licensed Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) or a CFY. Both local and travel therapists are encouraged to apply! Our Bridge Travel Healthcare team specializes in connecting qualified candidates with new opportunities nationwide. Whether you are a new graduate or an experienced professional, we will help guide you through the process of finding the opportunity best suited for you.   We also offer a competitive benefits plan that provides our travel professionals with a number of the following benefits and incentives: Free, fully furnished, private housing at leading rental communities within close proximity to the facility Travel reimbursement and tax-free travel allowance to get you to and from your new therapy assignment Lucrative completion & renewal bonus Loyalty and referral program rewards Licensure assistance and reimbursement A comprehensive insurance/health benefits package including medical, dental, and more, starting on day one of employment Continuing education to help you enhance your credentials and stay current in technological and research advances in the healthcare field 24-hour support and personalized service Eligibility for paid time off (PTO) Inquire today to learn more about benefits and sponsorships! Company Description Bridge Travel Healthcare, a division of The Execu|Search Group Job Description @EXPANDED_JOB_DESCRIPTION Required Skills 1+ year of Speech Language Pathology (SLP) experience PA Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) license or CFY Recent school experience

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Job Description: Speech Language Pathologist - Part Time - CFYs Welcomed! Job Job Description: Location: 4224 - HHCC-Whitehall, Whitehall, Michigan Title: Speech Language Pathologist - Part Time - CFYs Welcomed! Description: Speech Language Pathologist / SLP / Speech Therapist / Speech Therapy> Our Company: HCR ManorCare the leading provider of short- and long-term medical and rehabilitation care is seeking a passionate and driven Speech Language Pathologist / Speech Therapist / SLP. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career assisting our patients in a time of need, then we are looking for YOU! Our Opportunities for Speech Language Pathologists/ Speech Therapist / SLP: - Competitive wages - Outstanding benefits - Educational programs - Professional growth and opportunities for advancement - Network of more than 500 long-term care centers, assisted living facilities, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, and home health care & hospice offices - Outcomes comparable to and often exceeding those of acute care and rehab hospitals in a more cost-effective setting Our caring philosophy and commitment: Our Speech Language Pathologists / Speech Therapists / SLP are the cornerstone to HCR ManorCare's commitment to caring. Working in the health care environment can be very demanding, and it is our goal to provide the tools to help our Speech Language Pathologists / Speech Therapists / SLP understand and commit to the philosophy that defines our culture. We are interested in employing Speech Language Pathologists / Speech Therapists / SLP who are as passionate as we are about ensuring that our patients and residents receive the care and support services they need and deserve. Our benefits for Speech Language Pathologists / Speech Therapists / SLP: - Benefit eligible at 30+ hours/week - Flexible scheduling available at select locations - In-house CEU's - PTO, Medical/Dental/Vision (benefits start 1st day of the month following 30 days of employment) - Mentorship & Growth Opportunities - State-of-the-art Equipment - Clean & Spacious Rehab Gyms Educational Requirements: Education/Licensing Credentialed Graduate of an accredited Speech Therapy program and currently licensed in this state, if required in the state. Position Requirements: Experience Prior experience in Speech Therapy preferred, but not necessary. Category: Therapy About The Organization: EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability. EEO Poster ExpDate: 4/4/2015 030515*BSC Job Segments: Clinic, Healthcare, Hospice, Medical, Palliative, Part Time, Pathology, Rehabilitation, Speech Pathologist, Therapy

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Job Description: Speech Language Pathologist Position Responsibilities: Creates an environment and culture that enables Rehabilitation Services to fulfill the mission of  the Hospital and meet or exceed its goals. Provides input into strategic development initiatives and is responsible for the implementation of the inpatient rehabilitation strategic plan. Responsible for the financial viability of Inpatient Rehabilitation Services, coordinating the submittal of accurate and timely billing and clinical information.  Develops and strives for achievement of financial objectives, including the implementation of budgetary guidelines.  Supports the Therapy Services Manager in managing the resources of Inpatient Rehabilitation Services in an ethical, viable manner.  Provides input for the negotiation of rehabilitation specific rates in negotiated payment structures/contracts. In collaboration with the Medical Director and other clinical staff, assures the development of quality inpatient rehabilitation programming to meet market needs. Collaborates effectively with all members of the rehabilitation team within the inpatient rehabilitation unit. Works with the Therapy Services Manager to ensure the supply of appropriate resources to support the programs, services, organizational structure and staffing levels necessary for quality rehabilitation services.  Coordinates as necessary with inpatient rehabilitation counterparts. Implements operations and processes to support, facilitate, and maintain uniform performance of inpatient care including documentation. Provides a safe, secure, and infection/hazard-free environment. Supports the Therapy Services Manager in the development, implementation, and monitoring of the quality management plan for inpatient rehabilitation services.  The Speech Therapist supports interdepartmental performance-improvement/customer satisfaction activities. Demonstrates high ethical standards in customer service through all interactions with the patients, families, coworkers, staff, other hospital departments, physicians, community and all others. Creates a high quality, professional clinical environment to facilitate the necessary recruitment of appropriate numbers of qualified staff.     Qualifications: ·         Direct inpatient rehab experience; one year or more, involving extensive knowledge of rehab/criteria ·         Masters in SLP (Speech and Language Pathology) ·         Certificate of Clinical Competence per state requirement or pursuing CFY (Clinical Fellowship Year) ·         State licensure or appropriate registration with ASHA & state ·         Excellent interpersonal skills/communication skills ·         Excellent organization/time management skills ·         Excellent customer service skills; professional appearance ·         Experience in providing educational programs

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Job Description: Speech Language Pathologist - Part Time POSITION SUMMARY: Plans and administers medically prescribed treatment programs for the rehabilitation of speech, language, cognitive and oral motor disorders. Evaluates patient's condition, obtains case history, and administers diagnostic tests to determine nature and degree of speech and language problem. Performs clinical evaluations and re-evaluations, analyzes data, and plans appropriate treatment program based on evaluation and physician orders. Administers specialized testing protocols, as appropriate, within the scope of competence. Establishes, implements, and modifies treatment plans, in accordance with hospital/department policies and procedures, scope of practice and standards of practice. Provides services to meet patient care goals in a variety of settings and/or across a variety of disabilities/impairments. Determines when patient progress and goals have been met or medical necessity no longer warrants intervention. Establishes provisions for continuing services and makes referrals to other professionals regarding patient care as necessary. Collaborates with patient service departments and community service agencies to coordinate and conduct educational outreach programs and learning activities. Utilizes appropriate methods and material for effective learning, monitors response to education and adapts program as needed. Supports hospital initiatives in meeting core measures, patient safety and service excellence goals. Participates in rounding and proactively responds to patient needs to improve patient outcomes and positively impact overall patient experience. Contributes to a culture of patient centered care by ensuring a quiet healing environment. Education: Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology Experience: Experience in appropriate healthcare setting preferred Licensure: State of Florida Speech Language Pathologist License Training: Current BLS (Basic Life Support); Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) awarded by the American Speech Language Hearing Association or successful completion of a graduate speech-language pathology program seeking supervision for the Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY). Skills: Critical thinking, service excellence and good interpersonal communication skills, ability to read/comprehend written instructions, ability to follow verbal instructions, PC skills

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Job Description: Speech Pathologist (SLP) Kingwood Medical Center - Kingwood, Texas     Kingwood Medical Center is currently looking for a Speech Pathologist. Shift: PRN   Responsibilities: The Staff Speech Pathologist shall be responsible for assessment and remediation of speech, language, cognitive and swallowing problems of patients, as prescribed by their physicians.  Employee will be responsible for knowledge and skill necessary to provide care based on physical, psychological, educational, safety and related criteria for the neonate, infant child, adolescent, adult and geriatric population.  Utilizes the evaluation of the speech/language and/or dysphasia needs to the plan of care, implement, and document effective, appropriate, and safe speech therapy treatments.  To act as a member of the interdisciplinary team in helping the patient and their families achieve the highest level of functioning.  Accountable to Senior Speech Pathologist and/or Rehabilitation Therapy Manager. Qualifications: Masters Degree in Speech Pathology Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) or eligible to apply for Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY) from American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). Licensed or licensure eligible by the Texas State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology. Current CPR certification. Clinical fellowship 1 year level or Licensed SLP with 1 year rehabilitation experience.

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Job Description: Speech Pathologist (SLP) Kingwood Medical Center - Kingwood, Texas Shift: Part-Time/Days    Kingwood Medical Center is currently looking for a Speech Pathologist.     Responsibilities: The Staff Speech Pathologist shall be responsible for assessment and remediation of speech, language, cognitive and swallowing problems of patients, as prescribed by their physicians.  Employee will be responsible for knowledge and skill necessary to provide care based on physical, psychological, educational, safety and related criteria for the neonate, infant child, adolescent, adult and geriatric population.  Utilizes the evaluation of the speech/language and/or dysphasia needs to the plan of care, implement, and document effective, appropriate, and safe speech therapy treatments.  To act as a member of the interdisciplinary team in helping the patient and their families achieve the highest level of functioning.  Accountable to Senior Speech Pathologist and/or Rehabilitation Therapy Manager. Qualifications: Masters Degree in Speech Pathology Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) or eligible to apply for Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY) from American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). Licensed or licensure eligible by the Texas State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology. Current CPR certification. Clinical fellowship 1 year level or Licensed SLP with 1 year rehabilitation experience.

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Job Description: Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) - PRN Centerpoint Medical Center - Independence, MO   Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) - PRN   Centerpoint Medical Center features 221 private rooms, state-of-the-art equipment and technology, and some of the latest clinical services available to patients. Along with our high-tech services, we also remain focused on providing compassionate care and the best possible customer service for our patients. In addition, we offer numerous features for visitors, including sleeper chairs in patient rooms, comfortable waiting areas, wireless internet access throughout the facility, and more.   Centerpoint Medical Center features the following: Level II Trauma Center (the only one in eastern Jackson County) with 24/7 Emergency Services An accredited Chest Pain Center and a variety of Cardiovascular Services Orthopedic Services including Total Joints and Sports Medicine An accredited Cancer Program and a state-of-the-art Breast Center with a nurse navigator Neuroscience Services for the treatment of brain and spine disorders as well as injuries Women's Services, including the only Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in eastern Jackson County to provide care for early or ill newborns and a labor and delivery unit Outpatient Services, including a surgery center, advanced wound care center, sleep disorders center, imaging, rehab and more.    Responsibilities: The Speech Pathologist functions as a member of the healthcare team.  The purpose is to provide medically prescribed evaluation and therapy services in the hospital in accordance with national standards and administrative policies of the hospital.  The goal is to restore and or retain function, to prevent or minimize disability following disease, injury, surgery or loss of a body part in order to allow the patient to perform to his/her maximum ability and to be safe in the least restrictive environment.  The Speech Pathologist in this setting serves the populations of neonate/pre-term and term newborns; specific cases of adolescent patients between 16-18 years of age; adult patients between 18 to 64 years; and geriatric patients 65 years and older. Qualifications: Masters degree in Speech-Language Pathology from a school required. Current Missouri Speech Pathology licensure.  Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology  (CCC-SLP) from American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) or currently completing Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY) in the process to obtain the CCC-SLP.  BCLS required.

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Job Description: Speech Language Pathologist - Rehab, Full-time The Speech Pathologist, CFY shall be responsible for providing a full range of speech/language therapy services including assessment, treatment planning and therapeutic interventions in a team environment consistent with the position's qualifications, professional practices and ethical standards. The incumbent shall also demonstrate accountability for and contribution to program development, quality improvement, problem solving and productivity enhancement in a flexible team fashion. The incumbent must hold a Master's degree from an accredited university and the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) awarded by the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and a current Utah license.  The candidate must hold a current BLS (Basic Life Support) certification and renew their CCC through ASHA annually.

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Job Description: Speech Language Pathologist - SLP - Therapeutic Day School Speech Language Pathologist - SLP - Therapeutic Day School Supplemental Health Care has an immediate need for a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) for a Therapeutic Day School located in Crystal Lake, IL. The Therapeutic Day School serves children ages 3 to 18 years old with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities year round. Each student is provided the support necessary to work toward achieving their goals as outlined in their IEP. Clinical Fellow Speech Language Pathologists - CFY-SLP - are encouraged to apply! To learn more please contact Jackie Roberts 312-416-3804 and email your resume to jroberts@supplementalhealthcare.com

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Job Description: Speech Language Pathologist (Pediatric/NICU Experienced) The staff speech/language pathologist is responsible for the evaluation, assessment and treatment of a wide variety of patients, including, but not limited to patients with: neurological, cardiac, and other medical conditions in the areas of acute, subacute, rehabilitation and out patient speech/language pathology.  The staff speech/language pathologist is responsible for the evaluation and treatment of patients with suspected speech, language, congnitive, communicative and swallowing impairments.   The staff speech/language pathologist must evalulate and treat patients in accordance with the rules and regulations of this facility, the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA),  and the State of Nevada, Board of Professional Regulations.  The staff speech/language pathologist must demonstrate knowledge of princilples of growth and development over the life span and assess and interpret date reflective of the patients' medical status and age specific needs, in order to provide the appropriate care, as described in the department's policies and procedures.  The staff speech/language pathologist will provide goal directed treatment program planning, implementation and modification, as well as related documentation and communication for pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric populations, without regard to race, color, sex, religion, or national origin. Education:  MS or MA Speech Pathology   Certification:  Certification of Clinical Competence (CCC) from American Language Speech Pathology   Licensure:  State of Nevada Board of Examination for Audiology and Speech Pathology   Experience:  Experience working with NICU/Pediatric patients required; One to two years in hospital or Rehab setting preferred.  CFY will be considered.  Training or practicum in areas of aphasia, aparaxia, dysarthria, cognitive deficits, dysphagia, neurological/disorders, cleft palate and voice disorders is required.

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Job Description: Speech Language Pathologist, Therapy Services - PRN This position is accountable for providing speech evaluation and therapy services as a treatment team member and in accordance with professional standards including services for swallow, language, cognitive, and communication disorders. Patient services are coordinated with other staff members and physicians. Accountable for adhering to BCCH mission including meeting behavioral expectations (compassion, caring, confidentiality), providing excellence in health care delivery, supporting dignity of all persons (empowerment), and responsible stewardship of resources. Renders high quality speech and language diagnostic evaluations to assess patient conditions and needs. Caseloads will consist of all age groups from infancy to geriatrics and a variety of diagnoses. Renders effective and reliable treatment programs, participates in education of patient/family, and is involved in discharge planning to assure patient maximizes their abilities. Maintains professional ethics and standards in compliance with those standards set by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association and Utah Speech and Hearing Association. Adheres to the HCA Code of Conduct and participates in annual Code of Conduct training. Maintains required documentation and record keeping on all patients, including evaluation, progress notes, and discharge summaries. Confers with physicians and other staff members for purposes of coordinated planning of patient care programs, patient care conferences, family education activities, and discharge planning. May also be asked to help instruct nurses, C.N.A.s, and other hospital personnel in safe and proper swallowing techniques or recommendations. Participates in departmental staff meetings and in-services, as well as rehabilitation development projects, including quality assessment and improvement programs, program evaluations, peer review and training. Assists in supervision and education of students (high school, observation, and from accredited SLP programs) and/or CFY staff as deemed necessary. Follows guidelines that maintain safety of oneself, patients, visitors, and co-workers and if classified as a category I or II employee under OSHA regulations, adheres to ASHO standards by wearing personal protective equipment, following universal precautions and being knowledgeable about blood borne pathogens. Studies current trends and new developments in speech language pathology by survey of literature and attendance at professional meetings and conferences. Presents in-services or information received at meetings or conferences attended. Performs other duties as may be assigned. Current UT state license and national certification by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association to practice Speech Language Pathology. Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology. 1 year of related work experience is preferred.

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Job Description: Speech Language Path PRN POSITION SUMMARY: Plans and administers medically prescribed treatment programs for the rehabilitation of speech, language, cognitive and oral motor disorders. Evaluates patient's condition, obtains case history, and administers diagnostic tests to determine nature and degree of speech and language problem. Performs clinical evaluations and re-evaluations, analyzes data, and plans appropriate treatment program based on evaluation and physician orders. Administers specialized testing protocols, as appropriate, within the scope of competence. Establishes, implements, and modifies treatment plans, in accordance with hospital/department policies and procedures, scope of practice and standards of practice. Provides services to meet patient care goals in a variety of settings and/or across a variety of disabilities/impairments. Determines when patient progress and goals have been met or medical necessity no longer warrants intervention. Establishes provisions for continuing services and makes referrals to other professionals regarding patient care as necessary. Collaborates with patient service departments and community service agencies to coordinate and conduct educational outreach programs and learning activities. Utilizes appropriate methods and material for effective learning, monitors response to education and adapts program as needed. Supports hospital initiatives in meeting core measures, patient safety and service excellence goals. Participates in rounding and proactively responds to patient needs to improve patient outcomes and positively impact overall patient experience. Contributes to a culture of patient centered care by ensuring a quiet healing environment. Education: Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology Experience: Experience in appropriate healthcare setting preferred Licensure: State of Florida Speech Language Pathologist License Training: Current BLS (Basic Life Support); Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) awarded by the American Speech Language Hearing Association or successful completion of a graduate speech-language pathology program seeking supervision for the Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY). Skills: Critical thinking, service excellence and good interpersonal communication skills, ability to read/comprehend written instructions, ability to follow verbal instructions, PC skills

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Job Description: Speech Language Pathologist (Adult) - Speech Therapy - PRN (Varies) The staff speech/language pathologist is responsible for the evaluation, assessment and treatment of a wide variety of patients, including, but not limited to patients with: neurological, cardiac, and other medical conditions in the areas of acute, subacute, rehabilitation and out patient speech/language pathology.  The staff speech/language pathologist is responsible for the evaluation and treatment of patients with suspected speech, language, congnitive, communicative and swallowing impairments.   The staff speech/language pathologist must evalulate and treat patients in accordance with the rules and regulations of this facility, the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA),  and the State of Nevada, Board of Professional Regulations.  The staff speech/language pathologist must demonstrate knowledge of princilples of growth and development over the life span and assess and interpret date reflective of the patients' medical status and age specific needs, in order to provide the appropriate care, as described in the department's policies and procedures.  The staff speech/language pathologist will provide goal directed treatment program planning, implementation and modification, as well as related documentation and communication for pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric populations, without regard to race, color, sex, religion, or national origin. Education:  MS or MA Speech Pathology   Certification:  Certification of Clinical Competence (CCC) from American Language Speech Pathology   Licensure:  State of Nevada Board of Examination for Audiology and Speech Pathology   Experience:  One to two years in hospital or Rehab setting preferred.  CFY will be considered.  Training or practicum in areas of aphasia, aparaxia, dysarthria, cognitive deficits, dysphagia, neurological/disorders, cleft palate and voice disorders is required.

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Job Description: Speech Language Path PRN To evaluate, plan and deliver individualized, age-appropriate patient care in the field of Speech Therapy; to act as a role model for care delivery and demonstrate WE CARE Values in all actions. This includes demonstrating excellent service behavior. Education Graduate of an accredited school in SLP with a Master's degree in SLP Experience New graduates considered; experience preferred in certain areas. CCC preferred but will consider a CFY in SLP. Training CPR certification within 30 days of hire. Licensure Current licensure in the state of Georgia in respective discipline Other Strong communication skills; customer service mindset; team player. Adheres to professional standards, codes of ethics, system and department policies and procedures. Incorporates the philosophies of continuous quality improvement, customer service and teamwork into daily routine. May require travel

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Job Description: Speech Language Path PRN To evaluate, plan and deliver individualized, age-appropriate patient care in the field of Speech Therapy; to act as a role model for care delivery and demonstrate  WE CARE Values in all actions. This includes demonstrating excellent service behavior. Education Graduate of an accredited school in SLP with a Master's degree in SLP Experience New graduates considered; experience preferred in certain areas. CCC preferred but will consider a CFY in SLP. Training CPR certification within 30 days of hire. Licensure Current licensure in the state of Georgia in respective discipline Other Strong communication skills; customer service mindset; team player. Adheres to professional standards, codes of ethics, system and department policies and procedures. Incorporates the philosophies of continuous quality improvement, customer service and teamwork into daily routine. May require travel

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Job Description: Speech Language Pathologist Speech Language Pathologist Location: Brooklyn, NY Salary:  Experience: 0.0 year(s) Job Type: Temporary / Consulting Job ID: U989880       About the Opportunity A leading nonprofit organization is looking for a full time pediatric Speech Language Pathologist. This position is 5 days per week working in a preschool with Autistic children in Brooklyn. This is an opportunity to work alongside other therapists in a very team oriented environment. The ideal candidate would have their NYS SLP license, pediatric experience and their TSSLD. Company Description Nonprofit Organization Job Description @EXPANDED_JOB_DESCRIPTION Required Skills   NYS SLP license NYS TSSLD 1 year of work experience   Desired Skills Pediatric & MRDD experience

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Job Description: Speech Language Pathologist Speech Language Pathologist Location: Brooklyn, NY Salary:  Experience: 0.0 year(s) Job Type: Temporary / Consulting Job ID: U989852       About the Opportunity Our client, a Healthcare Center in Brooklyn, is actively seeking an experienced Speech Language Pathologist. The Speech Language Pathologist will provide skilled speech pathology in accordance with the physician's plan of care. The Speech Language Pathologist will also assist the physician in assessing the patient's functional level by applying appropriate tests, and will assist in the development and revision of the plan of care. Company Description Healthcare Center Job Description @EXPANDED_JOB_DESCRIPTION Required Skills Completion of a speech pathology program at a school of speech pathology accredited by the state, and approved by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association or the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association or both. If licensed or registered prior to 1966, meets the alternative qualifications cited in the Medicare Conditions of Participation, Section 405.12 or (1) (2) (3) (4). New York State Speech Pathologist license Holds a certificate of clinical competence and licensure granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. 1+ of experience post-license in speech pathology Demonstrated knowledge and skills necessary to provide care to and communicate with primarily the geriatric population, and to a lesser degree the pediatric and other adult populations.  

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Job Description: Speech Language Pathologist Speech Language Pathologist Location: Manhattan, NY Salary:  Experience: 0.0 year(s) Job Type: Temporary / Consulting Job ID: U989879       About the Opportunity A leading nonprofit organization is looking for a pediatric bilingual Spanish speech language pathologist. This position works one day per week working in a preschool with Autistic children in Queens. This is an opportunity to work alongside other therapists in a very team-oriented environment. The ideal candidate would have their NYS SLP license, pediatric experience, a TSSLD and their bilingual extension. Company Description Nonprofit Organization Job Description @EXPANDED_JOB_DESCRIPTION Required Skills NYS SLP license NYS TSSLD Bilingual Extension - Spanish 1 year of work experience Desired Skills Pediatric & MRDD experience

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Before speech language pathologists can begin practicing as independent providers, they must complete a clinical fellowship year (CFY). The CFY is very much like a paid internship, in that it is meant to prepare the student for his professional career through working closely with a mentor. However, it requires more hours than a typical internship and is far more detailed.

In order for CFY speech pathology jobs to meet ASHA requirements, the student must complete at least 36 weeks of full-time clinical work. Generally, this is based on a 35 hour work week, but students may choose to work part-time, as long as they work at least 5 hours a week and complete the CFY within 48 months.

Students completing speech language pathology CFY jobs must work directly with patients for 80% of the fellowship. This can include treating patients, screening, diagnosing, evaluating, or counseling. Writing reports about patients also counts as direct patient interaction.

When searching for CFY speech pathology jobs, be sure it meets all ASHA requirements. If a fellowship falls short of one of the requirements, no CCC will be awarded. The CFY is an extremely important step, not only for students to receive the CCC, but also in learning how to function successfully in a clinical setting. To find speech language pathology CFY jobs, search our job boards on ADVANCE Healthcare Jobs today!

Before speech language pathologists can begin practicing as independent providers, they must complete a clinical fellowship year (CFY). The CFY is very much like a paid internship, in that it is meant to prepare the student for his professional career through working closely with a mentor. However, it requires more hours than a typical internship and is far more detailed.

In order for CFY speech pathology jobs to meet ASHA requirements, the student must complete at least 36 weeks of full-time clinical work. Generally, this is based on a 35 hour work week, but students may choose to work part-time, as long as they work at least 5 hours a week and complete the CFY within 48 months.

Students completing speech language pathology CFY jobs must work directly with patients for 80% of the fellowship. This can include treating patients, screening, diagnosing, evaluating, or counseling. Writing reports about patients also counts as direct patient interaction.

When searching for CFY speech pathology jobs, be sure it meets all ASHA requirements. If a fellowship falls short of one of the requirements, no CCC will be awarded. The CFY is an extremely important step, not only for students to receive the CCC, but also in learning how to function successfully in a clinical setting. To find speech language pathology CFY jobs, search our job boards on ADVANCE Healthcare Jobs today!