MCMC

Speech/Language Therapist - Hospital

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ID
2017-3468
# of Openings
1
Category
Clinical
Type
Regular Part-Time Core
Shift
Days
Department : Name
IRF - INPATIENT REHABILITATION
Salary Grade
35
Shift Differential
Weekend differential

Overview

Mid-Columbia Medical Center is now accepting applications for a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) to join our exceptional team.

 

This position is Part-time Core, scheduled for 24-32 hours per week.

 

This is a benefit eligible position, or eligible for a 13% pay differential in lieu of benefits.

Responsibilities

The primary function of the Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) is to furnish the highest quality of speech therapy services possible, while providing the patient with a pleasant experience. The SLP is responsible for completing evaluations, developing written treatment plans, and providing ongoing treatments that are designed to improve the patient’s functional status in conjunction with the overall treatment objectives. The SLP recognizes that the responsibilities of this job are patient-centered, and, with that in mind, he/she will organize, supervise, and render the highest quality of care to each patient.

Qualifications

Minimum Education, Training & Experience (includes licenses or certifications):

Education:

  • Must be a graduate of an accredited Speech Language Pathology program (approved by ASHA and AMA) holding
  • master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology.
  • Must be currently licensed as a SLP in the state of Oregon.
  • Professional membership in state organization and ASHA is preferred.
  • CPR Certification

Experience:

  • One to three years or more of clinical experience is preferred.

Skills/Knowledge/Abilities:

  • 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.
  • Computer skills.

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