Pediatric Speech Language
Pathologist for Early intervention
Pediatric School Based Team, and use your passion for Speech
Therapy to help make a difference in a child’s life!
Language Pathologist for an Early Intervention position available
to begin ASAP!
- Broome County,
- Part-Time with
the opportunity to build case load with more hours
Pediatrics is a national leading provider of highly skilled
speech-language pathologists and educators. We hire Speech
Therapists who share our vision, work diligently, and provide best
practices in speech therapy that will change children's lives for
the better. If you are a passionate, talented SLP who wants to help
children across the country, then maybe it is time to look at our
purpose of the Speech Language Pathology position is diagnostic
assessment and therapeutic treatment of children from 0-3 years of
age. The goal is to help children who demonstrate speech and
language deficits reach their maximum performance potential within
an educational model of practice.
Looking forward to speaking with
is a list of specific duties, which are considered to be essential
functions of this job. The list is not exhaustive as all
duties are subject to change. This is consistent with our
need to be flexible and responsive to the needs of our customers,
patients, co-workers and associated policies. The employee
who occupies this position is expected to assume any/all duties
assigned by management, irrespective of whether such duties are
specifically included in this list. While an effort has been
made to thoroughly describe the customary manner in which this job
is performed, reasonable accommodation will be made upon
notification, for qualified individuals with disabilities who may
not be able to perform the job in the manner indicated.
speech therapy services to patients and initiates referrals when
appropriate and in accordance with Speech Therapy Department
screenings of residents at regular intervals to determine need for
residents to obtain data necessary for treatment planning and
implementation. Conducts specialized evaluations as
appropriate physician’s orders/documentation for
and communicates evaluation findings to patients, families, and
other team members.
treatment plan by identifying a target list, including short and
long term goals and methods to achieve identified goals.
implements, and conducts treatment and plans with patients, family,
and other team members.
treatments designed to enhance oral range of motion, as well as
laryngeal and swallowing capabilities to guide patients towards
maximum restoration of swallowing function.
instruction and therapeutic techniques for expressive/receptive
language and articulation skills.
• Assesses the
need and makes recommendations for assistive devices, technology,
augmentation and/or communication devices and follows up as
patient’s response to intervention and modifies treatment as
indicated to attain goals in accordance with plan and physician
appropriate home or programming within the community to maintain
and enhance the performance of the patient in their
to work with severely physically, emotionally and cognitively
to work in environments with risk of personal injury, exposure to
infections, waste materials, infectious diseases, and
• Must be able
to cope with the emotional stress associated with working with
patients, families, and co-workers.
• Must be able
to work independently with periodic (daily or less) support and
knowledge of computers, typing abilities and willingness to utilize
computers on a daily basis.
all results of patient’s assessment, treatment, follow-up and
termination of services.
treatment to meet the individual needs of the patient.
• Assess the
need for and make recommendations for assistive devices, technology
and augmentation and/or communication devices and following up as
in discharge planning.
Rehabilitation Technicians, students and volunteers as
• Reviews the
quality and appropriateness of the total services delivered and
individual speech therapy programs for effectiveness and
efficiency, using pre-determined criteria.
• Adheres to
Speech Therapy Department procedures regarding documentation of
in-service education to the members of the patient’s care team and
education to the community.
treatment in accordance with established standards of practice,
company standards, department procedures and standards according to
demonstrates sound judgment in the evaluation, planning
implementation and follow up of patient therapy
• Reports to
work on time and coordinates schedule to achieve maximum
performance standards according to company guidelines.
• Assists with
and participates in Quality Assurance as required.
• Maintains a
current knowledge of law and regulations regarding rehabilitative
services and consults with supervisor to ensure that all employment
actions are in compliance with applicable regulations.
• Adheres to
all documentation requirements of Rehabilitation department,
facility, and company.
to a positive work team by sharing information, using
problem-solving methods, accepting new ideas, constructive feedback
and advice from others.
superior customer service through professionalism, courtesy,
consistent and timely follow-up, and positive
• Ensures a
safe environment and utilizes tools and equipment in a safe manner
complying with all infection control, universal precautions, and
OSHA standards for the healthcare professional.
• Reports all
hazardous conditions including incidents, injuries and equipment to
Supervisor/appropriate personnel immediately.
• Responds to
and acts appropriately in emergency or disaster
• Adheres to
high standards of cleanliness, grooming, hygiene and dress
• Adheres to
all policies of company, including job descriptions, certifications
requirements, mission statement, HIPAA, confidentiality standards
and patient rights.
• Adapts to
changes in responsibilities in a positive manner, is receptive to
new ways of completing tasks, and is flexible in carrying out
and interacts professionally and respectfully with others in
attending to and meeting their requests.
• Performs all
other duties as assigned and as required to effectively discharge
the responsibilities of the position and are in the best interests
of the company.
Master's Degree in Speech and Language Therapy.
Hold a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech- Language
Pathology (CCC-SLP) credential offered by the American
Must hold a current license in the state of practice or a valid
type 10 or be eligible for licensure through completion of the
Clinical Fellowship Year
Assumes responsibility for ongoing continuing education and