This exciting pediatric, auditory based Speech/Language Pathologist position works with children birth-5 who are deaf or hard of hearing and who are learning to listen and talk.
The Speech Language Pathologist will be responsible for working with both Early Intervention (birth-3) and preschool children in group and individual therapeutic activities, conducting evaluations, coordinating goals and objectives with other professionals, working with families and working with the Director.
This is a leave replacement position, beginning on/about October 1, 2019 and lasting 5.5 months. The hours are Monday-Friday 8-4. There is flexibility to discuss the hours and days, for an otherwise appropriate candidate. Benefits, including health insurance, are available for this position.
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