The Speech/Language Pathologist assesses a patient’s communication and cognitive skills and provides goal-directed treatment to facilitate the achievement of maximum communication/ cognitive potential. The SLP completes all assigned tasks and duties to the fullest of his/her ability and performs the duties of Staff SLP with excellence in skills and performance treatment a variety of ages including pediatrics, adolescent, adult and geriatric clients. The SLP always functions in a responsible manner and all duties are performed in accordance with established hospital, JCAHO, and DPH policies, procedures and standards. Responsibilities may include additional duties as warranted by the needs of the Communication Disorder Department.
1. Master’s Degree and CCC, or be in the process of completing Clinical Fellowship year.
2. Comply with ASHA guidelines for Speech/Language Pathologist.
3. Good general health and emotional stability.
4. Initiative, responsibility and follow-through in assigned responsibilities.
5. Trained and recertified bi-annually in CPR.
1. Lifting of maximum of 30 lbs.
2. Moderate amount of sitting, walking, and standing.
3. Clear speech and hearing (aided) within normal limits.
4. Good (aided) visual acuity.
PD – Per Diem
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