Speech Language Pathologist
The Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist will provide diagnostic, remediation, and management services for individuals referred to Communication Disorders with speech, language, voice, hearing, language-based cognitive, and/or swallowing disorders.
Current applicable state license as a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) required.
Certificate of Clinical Competence from American Speech and Hearing Association or in the process of obtaining through their Clinical Fellowship Year.
Knowledge of medical and neurological terminology and behavioral management techniques.
Exceptional verbal and written skills.
Demonstrates competency, as appropriate to the ages of patients served, in the ability to evaluate and interpret information in terms of the patient’s needs; a knowledge of normal growth and development; and an understanding of the range of treatment needed.
Excellent organizational skills to facilitate program development.
Supports and models the Legacy Preferred Employee Profile
Legacy Health System - 24 months ago
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