Main Areas of Responsibility:
We are seeking a talented SLP to join our team! You will support pre-literacy through strengthening language structures and auditory training; conduct baseline and annual evaluations using assessments including, but not limited to CELF, OWLS, PLS-5, and Vineland; and write reports; create goals, document progress and complete billing sheets; and continuously monitor, track and analyze student achievement data.
Additional Areas of Responsibility:
You must have a Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology/Sciences or Communication Disorders from an ASHA accredited university program; ability to demonstrate clinical competence and willingness to learn LSL techniques; strong interest in working with young children with hearing; must work well in a fast-paced, highly-collaborative, and structured environment; and ability to start immediately or within 2 weeks from job offer.
Presbyterian Ear Institute offers a competitive suite of benefits for our full time staff including: Paid Time Off, 403(b) Retirement Savings & Matching Program, and Affordable Health Insurance.