Speech Language Pathologist
Waldo County General Hospital |
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Full time, permanent opening for a Speech Language Pathologist to help meet growing caseload needs. This position involves primarily working with pre school children and families. Therapy settings include both clinical with families and at high quality pre school settings. Position offers opportunity working in teacher/parent coaching model and working with experienced colleagues in a unique, co-treatment model.
Therapists work cooperatively to share caseloads, offering lots of opportunity for mutual support and professional learning opportunities. An organizational culture requires and supports teamwork and continuous support for high quality client first services. The children we served are primarily from Mid Coastal Maine. Statewide therapy is also provided to children for other parts of Maine by telepractice.
Wonderful opportunities for professional growth and development. The successful applicant will be joining an outstanding group of 15 SLPs who enjoy working together. Strong administrative support in a successful, stable organization and high quality clinical/professional setting.
This is a work setting with highly supportive, professional colleagues in one of the outstanding health care settings in America.Located in a small mid-coastal Maine community. CFs are encouraged to apply. We are very interested in talking with people who would really like to work in our organization and who share our values. If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please plan to make a visit to check out our setting and interview us. First, find out if this is the kind of work setting you would like to be in. After an initial visit, you can then decide if you would like to apply for the position.
Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
- The Speech Language Pathologist is responsible for planning and implementing comprehensive speech, language and communication therapy programs, setting goals and objectives, coordinating in-service training programs for Allied Health personnel on the direction of the Department Director, participating in research in speech language pathology and supervising students, clerical workers and volunteers.
- Work is performed independently under the general clinical direction of the Manager of the Speech Language Pathology Department, and is reviewed for achievement of objectives through reports, conferences and discussions.
- The Speech Language Pathologist is responsible for keeping the Department Manager fully informed of all information regarding the safe, efficient and professional management of the department.
- Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology (required).
- Maine License in Speech Language Pathology (required).
- Meet academic and practicum requirements.
- Certification in Speech and Language Pathology from the American Speech and Language Hearing Association (required).
Job Code: 108198
Posted On: 2018-03-20 18:01:20
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Job Type: Regular
Job Status: Full Time
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