Speech Language Pathologist
Currently offering a $2,500 hiring incentive to full time, certified Speech Language Pathologists
The Speech Language Pathologist I will provide direct patient care for assessing and treating communication (i.e., speech/language), oral motor. And feeding/swallowing disorders: administering department and program functions; supervising speech language pathologists at various levels: maintaining documentation relative to services offered: and participation in intra- and interdisciplinary training programs.
CHILD AND FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES:
home- and center-based parent training and therapy to develop communication, oral motor, and feeding skills of children with developmental disabilities, and their families. In addition, the Speech Language Pathologist I assists the family with community services (i.e., school, medical, social, etc.) coordination. This position is also responsible for providing consultation to other team members as needed.
Master’s degree in speech/language pathology required.
Maryland license in speech pathology required.
Must be eligible for Certificate of Clinical Competence by ASHA.
Must have experience working with developmental disabilities and pediatric evaluation & treatment.Experience in coordinating community services preferred.
Additional course work or training in pediatric feeding/swallowing or communication disorders beneficial.