Speech Language Pathologist
In this role, you will have the opportunity to work with a variety of student needs in a supportive, team atmosphere, with good collaboration and in-person mentoring. Most importantly, you will have the power to make a difference in the lives of children.
-Evaluate and treat a wide variety of communication needs including: expressive language delays, receptive language delays, Apraxia, articulation, phonological disorders, stuttering and disfluencies, social skills, alternative and augmentative communication (AAC).
-Create and follow through with individualized treatment plans
-Counseling families on how to address any communication delays and disorders
-working with other therapists, teachers, intervention specialists, etc. to create an Individual Education Program (IEP).
-Knowledge of Speech Pathology principles
-Great verbal and nonverbal communication
-ability to work in a team
-New graduate looking for a Clinical Fellowship Placement
-Monday to Friday
-Wayne County, OH
-Richland County, OH
Benefits of working for EJ:
-Paid time off