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Speech Language Pathologist - FT/PT/PRN 
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resume-library  |  United States  |  

Ref:
PARTNER-3XP00J
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Employer:
Location:
United StatesUnited States (US)
Category:
Language/Other
Work Type:
Permanent
Work Time:
Full Time
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job,united-states,resume-library

Description 

Speech Language Pathologist - FT/PT/PRN

Overview:

JOIN OUR GROWING TEAM! 

 

Job Title: Speech Language Pathologist

 

Full Time, Part Time, or PRN postions available.

 

Are you passionate about patient care? If so, you might be a great fit for our team! 

 

Do you want to be part of a supportive team and grow your therapist career? We pride ourselves on hiring great people, taking excellent care of our patients and our employees, providing career growth and top-notch benefits.



Qualifications:

Requirements:

- Current licensure as SLP in practicing state(s) 

- Certificate of Clinical Competence or eligibility for Clinical Fellowship Year

- Ongoing continuing education and professional development to maintain current licensure and certification – we’ll help with this – we offer CEU360 trainings for free to our employees!

Benefits: 

- Competitive compensation

- PTO – we value your hard work and your time off

- Healthcare coverage with $0 medical copays and $0 generic prescription drugs

- HSA option with lower deductible for 2022

- 401K with matching program – we invest in your future!

- Life insurance – Voluntary Life and AD&D up to $200,000

- Short-term and long-term disability lifetime benefit term life with long-term care

- Critical illness and accident insurance

- Pet insurance – we know they’re part of the family too!

- Legal Shield and ID Shield – giving you the option to be protected

- Free courses to earn CEUs

PM22



Responsibilities:

Responsibilities of the Speech Language Pathologist:

 

You will help provide the best possible therapy services to patients consistent with established standards of practice and company and department procedures, including:

- Conduct regular screening of residents to figure out the best intervention or treatment for each individual patient

- Evaluate residents to inform and develop treatment plans; establish short- and long-term goals and methods to achieve goals

- Interpret and communicate evaluation findings, treatment plans, and recommendations to residents, families/caregivers, and interdisciplinary team members

- Establish individual resident therapy schedules in cooperation with other team members

- Conduct therapy according to established treatment plan and ensure proper documentation and billing of therapy services

- Perform all other duties as assigned and as required to effectively treat patients