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Category Speech-Language Pathologist
Job Title Speech-Language Pathologist (Multiple Positions: Birth to 5 and K-12)
Description

SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS - SERVING FROM BIRTH TO 21

Positions available in Roseburg (Douglas County) and Medford (Jackson County), OR


ASK ABOUT OUR SIGN ON BONUS ROGRAMS!

We seek qualified SLPs to join our team of dedicated professionals in providing comprehensive assessment, therapy, and consultation services to local schools and to children and families through our Early Intervention Program. With an incredibly supportive staff, we invite you to enjoy working with manageable caseloads, strong mentorship, and opportunities to collaborate with fellow professionals. Clinical Fellows are welcome! Multiple positions are available to work with children from Birth to 5 and in grades K-12.


WHY OREGON?

We are centrally located to just about any outdoor adventure you desire! With mild temperatures year-round, we have the perfect climate for fishing, rafting, hiking forest trails to dozens of different local waterfalls and more! Take a scenic drive to Portland, Ashland for the Shakespeare Festival, Crater Lake (the deepest lake in the United States), or the iconic Oregon Coast (Anyone seen the Goonies?). Savor award-wining wines at one of the many Umpqua or Rogue Valley vineyards. Shop downtown Roseburg's fun boutique shops or hit the mall in Medford. Seeking some snow? In a few hours you're in the mountains enjoying skiing, snowmobiling, or snow tubing. So many fun adventures for singles and families alike!


SOME POSITION DUTIES:

  • Analyzes the effectiveness, appropriateness, and usefulness of strategies and practices used with students, parents, and staff.
  • Participates as a member of a team (IEP/IFSP, Placement, etc.) and assumes appropriate roles; leads, follows, and supports others in a productive manner.
  • Assesses students’ levels of functioning and their therapy needs.
  • Participates in development of IEP/IFSP for each eligible student.
  • Designs, implements, and supervises delivery of instructional programs to meet IEP/IFSP goals.
  • Collects, records, evaluates therapy data.
  • Works cooperatively and communicates appropriately with parents, local district personnel, and ESD personnel
  • Order and maintain appropriate therapy materials and equipment.
  • Completes required reports and other forms promptly and in an acceptable manner
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule and travel to and from school locations in the Douglas ESD service areas.
  • Must be eligible for licensure from the Oregon Board of Examiners in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology OR a Teacher's Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC) license that has an endorsement for either communication disorders or speech impairment.

TO APPLY:

To view a complete job description and apply, visit www.douglasesd.k12.or.us/jobs


Location  Roseburg or Medford, Oregon
Contact www.douglasesd.k12.or.us/jobs
Posted  5/4/2022
 Category Speech-Language Pathologist
 Job Title Speech Language Pathologist, K-5
 Description

The Estacada School District is looking for 2 collaborative and student-focused educators to serve as a Speech Language Pathologist beginning with the 2022/2023 school year.

Consider working for a district that provides you with the tools you need to be successful. Our district believes in supporting and investing in our employees' continuous growth and improvement. The Estacada School District has been recognized as an Oregon Top Workplace for two years in a row, and welcomes you to apply to join our talented educators and leaders. Visit our website to learn more by clicking here. District benefits include a generous contribution per month towards health, vision and dental benefits; PERS qualifying and more. This position is full-time with benefits available.

SALARY: Salary and placement will be in accordance with the District's Salary Schedule for licensed employees for the 2021/2022 school year. (Current schedule for full time is $48,795-$83,155 for 21/22. Negotiations take place in Spring 2022, full reopener.) Dependent upon contract days, verified years of experience and education as shown on official transcripts. Additional yearly stipend for ASHA certification.

Caseload stipend ($2500/yr) and additional stipend if ASHA certified.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher
  • As set by Teacher Standards and Practices Commission and/or License from Oregon Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology or an educator license with a communications disorders or speech impaired endorsement issued by Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC)
  • Such other alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board of Directors or the Superintendent may find acceptable.
  • Services may required to be delivered in person and/or via Comprehensive Distance Learning (teletherapy)

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • License from Oregon Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology or ability to obtain within 3 years.
  • Certificate of clinical competence (ASHA)
  • Previous experience working as Speech Language Pathologist in a school setting.
 Location  Estacada, Oregon
 Contact  Apply online - https://estacada.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
 Posted  4/4/2022

 CategorySpeech-Language Pathologist
 Job TitleSpeech and Language Pathologist
 DescriptionThe position of Speech and Language Pathologist is to plan and implement speech and language services in conjunction with other educational services provided by the district. Work with school district staff to evaluate children for communication disorders involving articulation, voice, fluency, and language impairments as referred by the district. Conduct hearing screenings. Develop and implement individualized programs to meet individual student’s needs to correct existing communication disorders. As necessary, select programs and instruct students and/or staff, in the use of augmentative communication devices. Consult and collaborate with teachers and parents regarding speech and language disabilities, and services and related student activities. Maintain appropriate records and reports. This position does not supervise any employees and reports to the Director of Student Services or designee
 Location Forest Grove, OR
 Contact tohandley@fgsd.k12.or.us
 Posted4/4/2022
 Category Speech-Language Pathologist
 Job Title Remote SLP
 Description

eLuma is looking for Speech-Language Pathologists to work remotely with school districts in Oregon for the 2022-2023 school year.


What we provide:

  • 1099 Contractor Role (Be Your Own Boss)
  • We’ll match your schedule with the right opportunity
  • Work remotely! No commute times and surging gas prices to worry about
  • Utilize eLuma’s proprietary platform for teletherapy
  • Benefit from an outstanding clinician community support system and eLuma’s help desk
  • Opportunity to cross license in additional states

What you will need:

  • Master's Degree in Communication Disorders/Speech-Language Pathology
  • Active state licensure where residing and where performing teletherapy services
  • ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP)
  • Computer and technical skills
  • Reliable Wi-Fi/Internet Access including a computer with a webcam


Preferred:

  • Teletherapy experience
  • Two + years experience working in schools

To inquire, please reach out to eLuma’s recruiting team at recruiting@elumatherapy.com

 Location remote
 Contact recruiting@elumatherapy.com
 Posted  3/17/2022

 Category  Speech-Language Pathologist
 Job Title  Speech Language Pathologist
 Description

We are hiring for full and part-time positions for the remaining 21/22 school year and the 22/23 school year!

At DotCom Therapy, our mission is to provide therapy for everyone, everywhere.

As a remote DotCom Therapy teletherapist, you will have the chance to serve individuals who may not have access to services while balancing your work and life for a more flexible lifestyle.

Cut your commute + work from home

Work for a purpose. DotCom Therapy is a mission-driven company founded by an SLP

Advocate for equitable service delivery + lead change in the therapy industry

Be a W-2 employee. At DotCom Therapy, you are more than a number

Schedule with flexibility around your needs

Collaborate with therapy providers across the country + share resources and ideas with our exceptional and diverse staff of therapists

Flex your professional muscles. DotCom Therapy has a growth mindset, and we are always looking for ways to improve and deliver the highest quality therapy services

Health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance and 401K available to all full-time employees. We will even help with cross-licensing in other states!

 Location  Remote
 Contactdotcomtherapy.com/therapists
 Posted

 03/15/2022


 Category Speech-Language Pathologist
 Job Title Speech-Language Pathologist
 Description

Pediatric Therapy Services is looking for a passionate Pediatric Speech & Language Pathologist to join our highly skilled, dedicated team of Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists. Clinical Fellows welcome to apply! PTS is a private outpatient therapy clinic that provides highly skilled pediatric physical, occupational, and speech therapy evaluation and treatment for children. Our main location is in Gresham, Oregon with over 16,000 square feet of treatment space. We also have smaller satellite clinics in Happy Valley, Clackamas, and coming soon Oregon City. Please visit our website to learn more about us at OregonPTS.com. This position can be full or part-time. Benefits available. Duties include evaluation, re-assessment and treatment of children birth to 18 years old with a variety of diagnosis. We believe in a team oriented approach in the treatment of the whole child and in supporting families.


The ideal candidate will possess strong leadership qualities with the desire to be part of a team working to make a difference for the children and families in our community.


Currently offering up to a $3000 signing Bonus plus monthly and year end Bonus opportunities!


Benefits:

  • Medical, dental, vision
  • Paid Time Off and paid Holidays
  • 7 paid holidays
  • Simple IRA Match
  • Continuing education benefit
 Location Gresham/Clackamas
 Contact Jami Baillie, www.oregopts.com
 Posted  2/28/2022

 CategorySpeech-Language Pathologist
 Job TitlePT Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist
 Description

The Portland Speech Clinic is a small, client-focused private clinic located in inner NE Portland. We need an SLP to cover a part-time caseload from May 2022 through at least September 2022. If desired, there will be an opportunity for this to become a regular part-time position. This position would be for both in-person and teletherapy sessions. This is an afternoon position during the school year, with flexibility. Over the summer, you'll be able to create your own flexible schedule.


Qualifications:

  • Have current Oregon SLP license
  • Have current ASHA certification
  • Fully vaccinated and boosted with the COVID-19 vaccine
  • Comfortable treating a range of pediatric delays/disorders, including speech sound and phonological disorders, pediatric motor speech disorders, picky eating disorders, language disorders, and orofacial myofunctional disorders

Salary:$45 an hour 


To apply, please introduce yourself via email to danielle@portland.speech.clinic, and please attach your resume. Thank you!

 Location Portland, OR
 Contact Danielle Baker 
 Posted 2/18/2022

 Category Speech-Language Pathologist
 Job Title Temporary SLP
Description  Position assesses, treats and provides services to students with speech, language, voice, fluency and hearing deficiencies in a resource room, classroom or other setting using treatment plans, behavior plans, 504 plans and IEPs. Tests students for special education qualifications and writes, reviews and updates treatment, behavior and 504 plans and IEPs. Implements treatment plans and works with other staff members to adapt classroom instruction, lessons and materials for individual students. Provides guidance, techniques and resources teachers can use in regular classroom/resource room settings.

See Job Posting on https://www.losdschools.org/
Location: Lake Oswego, OR
Organization Website: https://www.losdschools.org/
 Location  Lake Oswego, OR
 Contact  Holly Peartree 
 Posted  2/17/2022

Category Speech-Language Pathologist
 Job Title Speech Language Pathologist
 Description

Southern Oregon Education Service District (SOESD) Speech-Language Program is seeking an SLP to join our team who shares an enthusiasm about speech-language development in all learners. The SOESD offers speech-language services within our programs and the 11 of our component school districts in Jackson and Josephine Counties in beautiful southern Oregon. Our SLPs provide direct and consultative services to school age students Kindergarten through age 21. SOESD SLPs collaborate with school district teams to develop assessment plans, provide speech language assessments, offer hearing screenings, develop IEP goals, participate in eligibility determinations, track student progress, and offer individual and small group speech-language services. The students we serve include those with a range of voice, fluency, articulation, and expressive and receptive language needs who may also qualify for special education services across disability categories and/or be bilingual. Services may follow the pull-out model or be offered within a resource or site-based classroom in area schools. Some students are served in the day treatment or residential mental health setting. Our team of SLPs and SLPAs meet throughout the school year to share their skills and expertise and to collaborate on strategies that support students. A professional library of the most current editions of assessment tools and professional development workshops/trainings to advance skills and knowledge are available. SOESD offers opportunities for professional development to assist SLPs with their CEUs. Consider applying to be a part of our dedicated team of professionals!

Southern Oregon ESD is located in the Rogue Valley, the cultural and economic heart of southern Oregon, home to legendary snow-skiing, white-water rafting, kayaking, hiking, fishing, as well as numerous cultural venues and events such as art galleries, the Britt Music Festivals, the Ashland Independent Film Festival, and the renowned Oregon Shakespeare Festival. For more information on living in Medford, please go to: https://www.travelmedford.org/

Note: OAR 333-019-1030 Proof of COVID full vaccination status or approved OHA exception is require for this position.

Position Goal: To help students communicate appropriately through planning, implementing, and evaluation of individualized education programs.

Minimum Pre-Requisites:

  • Successful completion of an approved speech pathology program
  • Oregon teachers' license with speech impaired endorsement and acquire Oregon Health Board of Examiners' speech pathology license, or
  • Oregon Health Board of Examiners' speech pathology license.
  • The equivalent combination of experience, training, certification, education or degree that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be used as an alternative to prerequisites
 Location Medford, OR
 Contact Tyann Roper
 Posted

1/31/2022


Category Speech-Language Pathologist
 Job Title OHSU NWCVS Speech Language Pathologist
 Description

The Northwest Center for Voice and Swallowing at OHSU is seeking a motivated healthcare professional to fill a full-time Speech-Language Pathology position in the Division of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. This position will provide diagnostic and treatment services for voice disorders to an outpatient Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery population at a nationally known center. This is an exciting opportunity to work clinically and academically on a multidisciplinary team that includes multi-specialty physicians and speech-language pathologists. This position will be actively involved in the teaching of residents, medical students, Masters level SLPs and Clinical Fellows. The NWCVS has collaborative relationships with graduate programs in Communication Disorders at Portland State University and University of Oregon. Administrative and academic responsibilities will include program development and participation in clinical research


Minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience:

2 years minimum experience in medical setting required, greater than 2 years preferred; experience with voice is necessary. Experience in diagnostics including acoustics, stroboscopy and flexible endoscopy, in addition to providing voice therapy is also necessary. Experience with gender-affirming voice, paradoxical vocal fold motion, and neurogenic voice preferred. Familiarity with videofluoroscopy and flexible endoscopic evaluation of swallowing also advantageous.


To Apply

Submit 1) a letter of interest, 2) a resume/CV, 3) three letters of reference qualified to comment on the status of the applicant

Apply through the ICIMS website. ID 2022-15043


Inquiries should be addressed to:

Donna J. Graville, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Associate Professor,

Director of the NW Center for Voice and Swallowing

Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery

Oregon Health & Science University

Phone: (503) 494-3228 Fax: (503) 503-346-6826

graville@ohsu.edu


 Location  Portland, OR
 Contact  Donna Graville
 Posted

 1/31/2022



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