From: The People Link Corp
Immediate opening for a Speech Language Pathologist with CCCs in a non-profit serving patients in Bath, ME.
ABOUT THE EMPLOYER
We are a 85-year-old financially-stable nonprofit providing augmentative communication, speech, and language, our programs include residential camping, case management services, audiology, American Sign Language interpreting services, community services day habilitation, senior enrichment, and early learning through a special purpose preschool.
Salary up to $65,000 depending on experience.
Benefits package including:
- Optional Vision coverage
- 403b retirement plan
- Continuing education and license renewals covered
- Paid vacations
- Disability insurance
- Life insurance
- Possible tuiton reimbursement up to $2000/year
- Sign-On bonus
- Flexible schedule and company issued laptop, iPad and iPod mini
- Phone and mileage reimbursements
ABOUT THE POSITION
We are hiring a full time Speech Language Pathologist to start as soon as possible to help increased patient load.
We service patients of all ages, from as young as 18 months to adults up to 90 years.
You will be responsible for providing comprehensive services to meet the communication and learning needs of children and adults with disabilities. This includes, but may not be limited to, consultations, evaluations, direct service provision with its related tasks (i.e. IEP development, progress reporting), education and training to clients, service providers, caregivers, family members and the community.
You will provide direct service with students exhibiting the full range of communication disorders, including those involving language, articulation (speech sound disorders), fluency, voice/resonance, social pragmatics and swallowing using systematic and evidence-based intervention methods and materials to foster communicative competence.
We have a requirement of being able to regularly lift 15 lbs. and occasionally lift 40+ lbs, so you need to be able to do that.
You should be energetic, fun, charismatic, creative; a multi-tasker who thinks on your feet; passionate about your profession, you enjoy new challenges, excited to learn, have a desire for continuous education, and staying progressive in the field of communication.
We also ask of you to have Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and Assistive Technology (AT) skills. Knowledge of a variety of speech and language delays and disorders, AAC systems, vendors and products including search strategies for locating specific systems and methods to access these systems. Experience in or desire to learn about providing distance learning.
Why you should come work for us:
We are located in beautiful mid-coast Maine, close to beaches, mountains, hiking, arts, culture, as well as fantastic restaurants all over the state. Maine has been named the 5th safest state to live in, the 6th best state for women, the 7th best state to have a baby, and 8th highest state in high school rankings.
Maine is best known as the "Vacation State", but it's also an amazing place in which to live and work!
We have a professional reputation of providing team member development and our clinicians experience unsurpassed mentorship.
Our speech and language team consists of creative and enthusiastic clinicians who are able to engage children and adults to help transform their lives through better communication.
We meet individuals where they are, collaborating with occupational and physical therapists to discover abilities together.
We have a progressive and friendly culture, staying abreast of new technology and applications. Our team members provide excellent service delivery in a flexible, modern, and professional environment that supports learning, collaboration, and fun.
Our SLPs receive strong administrative support, with a liaison to assist with scheduling their therapy sessions and consultations.
We are proud to provide voice banking for individuals with acquired communication challenges like ALS, MS, and Parkinson’s disease in order to help ensure their ability to communicate is preserved when they are no longer able to speak.