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[Posted 7/11/2019]
Job Title:  Speech-Language Pathologist
Company Name:  SpeechCare, Inc.

Speech Language Pathologist SpeechCare, Inc. Huntsville, AL 35801.  Benefits Offered: Dental, Medical Employment Type Full-Time. We are seeking a Speech Language Pathologist to join our team! You will evaluate and treat patients with speech, language, voice, and fluency disorders. You will provide speech therapy services to pediatric caseload. The position is located in Huntsville area.

Responsibilities: Develop therapy and treatment plans for speech disorders, Implement standardized tests for accurate diagnosis of communication disorders, Establish treatment goals and milestones with patients, Document treatment plans and progress reports Update patient progress, Research related speech and language problems

Qualifications: AL license in Speech Language Pathology, Master's Degree in Speech Language pathology, Previous experience in speech pathology, Familiarity with communication disorders, Ability to build rapport with patients, Excellent written and verbal communication skills, Positive and patient demeanor

Contact:  Kathy, speechcareal@aol.com, 256-309-0454

[Posted 3/20/2019]
Job Title:  Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist (Full-time)
Company Name:  UCP of Huntsville & Tennessee Valley

Full-time Speech-Language Pathologist needed to perform Early Intervention home/daycare visits and outpatient therapy in Huntsville clinic. Pediatric experience required. Position requires travel throughout Madison County. Must hold a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology or Communication Disorders, current state license, and ASHA certification. No phone calls, please. Please forward resume and salary requirements to jcarden@ucphuntsville.org.

[Posted 3/20/2019]
Job Title:  PT Pediatric SLP
Company Name:  Easterseals of the Birmingham Area

Typical Physical Demands: Requires ability to work around patients with special needs. Must be able to lift and carry children. Regularly required to stand, walk, sit, stoop, kneel, bend or crouch; use hands to manipulate tools, equipment, or controls; reach with hands and arms, balance, lift and perform medium to maximum transfer assists with patients. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate a computer, calculator, telephone, copier and other office equipment as necessary. Requires normal range of hearing and vision. Requires driving to facilities and meetings both local and out of town. Typical Working Conditions: Work is performed in a local outpatient rehab clinic and community events. Involves frequent contact with staff, patients, and the public. Work may be stressful at times. Job Summary: Provides speech-language pathology evaluations and treatment to children. Qualifications: Passage of drug screening, fingerprinting and background check if applicable. Hold a current license to practice speech-language pathology in the state of Alabama from the State of Alabama Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Hold a Certificate of Clinical Competence from The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Be a member of the Speech & Hearing Association of Alabama (Membership cost covered by Easter Seals.) Valid driver’s license and proof of car insurance. Job Responsibilities & Performance Standards: All responsibilities are expected to be performed in accordance with federal/state regulations, Easter Seals policies and 3rd party payer contracts. 1) Have knowledge of and assist families in identifying and understanding available resources. 2) Responsible for evaluations, treatment planning, and implementation. 3) Document results of evaluations, goals, progress notes, billing information, progress summaries, justification of equipment, payment and treatment. 4) Responsible for keeping an adequate inventory of speech therapy supplies. 5) Facilitate interdisciplinary care including treatment programs, scheduling, etc. 6) Provide consultations and follow-up with family members, referring physicians, care coordinators, etc. 7) Demonstrate a strong commitment to self-development. 8) Maintain a clean, safe, hazard-free work environment. 9) Supervise assistants or students when required. 10) Develop and maintain good working relationships with referring physicians, other rehabilitation, educational, social and welfare organizations within the community. 11) Maintain a positive attitude in the workplace. This job description is a general description of essential job functions. It is not intended as an employment contract nor is it intended to describe all duties someone in this position may perform. All employees of Easter Seals of the Birmingham Area are expected to perform tasks as assigned by their supervisor/manager, regardless of job title or routine job duties, subject to reasonable accommodations.

Contact:  Karen Grubbs, kgrubbs@eastersealsbham.org, 205-314-2187

[Posted 3/18/2019]
Immediate Opening: Full-time ABESPA-licensed SLP - Children’s Rehabilitation Service of Alabama (CRS) - Tuscaloosa office / Selma office

Our website is http://rehab.alabama.gov/   From the homepage if you select the Individuals and Families tab you can select Children’s Rehabilitation Service (CRS) for more in-depth information.  Select Office Locations to view a map of the state.  The Tuscaloosa District encompasses the red counties around Tuscaloosa and the yellow counties around Selma. This is the coverage area for the Tuscaloosa SLP.  The majority of the work would occur in medical and evaluation clinics in either the Tuscaloosa or Selma office.  A list of clinics is located under the Clinics tab. All clinics are multidisciplinary and have a clinic coordinator.  All clinics are scheduled and generally known in advance for the year.  Children birth up to age 21 are eligible for services based on accepted medical diagnoses.  All children are eligible for information and referral services from our staff, regardless of diagnosis.

Clinics statewide operate on a set schedule, for example, the 2nd Tuesday of each month may be reserved for the Augmentative Communication Technology (ACT) Clinic in the Tuscaloosa office.  The speech pathologist serves as the clinic coordinator for ACT Clinic. Adults can be evaluated in ACT clinic if they have an open case in the Vocational Rehab (VR) program or the State of AL Independent Living (SAIL) program.   SLPs also participate in Feeding clinic, coordinated by a registered dietician nutritionist; Cleft Palate clinic; Neuro-Ortho clinic; Hearing clinics, and other clinics as needed. Training is provided on-the-job, especially in the area of augmentative communication.

Salary is based on a set state scale and can be located on the Personnel Department website.  Current salary is taken into consideration but salary for the position cannot exceed what state personnel has it capped at.   Benefits of the job include generous holidays, separate sick leave and annual leave, a Monday-Friday workweek, the ability to dictate documentation, rehab assistants for clerical assist, no productivity goals to meet/maintain, and billing staff to handle all billing.  Simply put, an SLP working for CRS needs to just be an SLP.  Skills needed of our SLP staff are: the ability to self-manage a schedule; maintain timely and accurate documentation; complete reports for varied payer sources to justify the purchase of augmentative communication devices; complete documentation for clinics attended; make recommendations for outpatient therapy services when needed; work with a multi-disciplinary team for all clinic evaluations; communicate effectively with co-workers, families, and community support services; and provide training to clients, families, caregivers, and school systems on communication strategies and communication devices.

If you are interested in a job with CRS, please visit the Alabama Personnel Department website and enter your information. **You must have your CCC-SLP and ABESPA license or Personnel will not process your application.** They will require your resume as well.  We can only interview therapists on the state register.  You will remain on the register for 2 years. Getting placed on the state register is a lengthy process but well worth the effort.

All of the information that you should need to complete your application will be on the website under the Applicant Portal tab on the website: http://www.personnel.alabama.gov/

Create a log-in for the Online Employment System (OES) membership information and you can enter and update your information.  *Please note that while you can complete your state application online, you must print it out and either fax or mail it to the Alabama Personnel Department for it to be received.  We ask that you notify us when you submit your information to State Personnel so we can track the progress of your application and communicate with personnel about when you are placed on the state register.

Glenda Vansandt is the District Supervisor for the Tuscaloosa/Selma district.  Her direct line is 205.562.1831 and her email is glenda.vansandt@rehab.alabama.gov    You may contact her with any questions during this process.  Please also feel free to contact Sonia Cleckler (Sonia.cleckler@rehab.alabama.gov  334.293.7204) with any questions regarding the job or application process.  Also, once completed, please send a copy of your state application to both Sonia Cleckler and Glenda Vansandt. 

[Posted 02/02/2019]
Job Title: Dispensing Audiologist 
Company Name: HearingLife

Detailed Description of Position: SEEKING AN IMMEDIATE FULL TIME AUDIOLOGIST who is driven, self-motivated, passionate about helping patients hear well again and possesses high standard of care for patients. We are an established hearing healthcare practice in North Alabama for over 20 years. The ideal candidate is someone who is a life-long learner, open to mentoring and direction, as well as someone who has a love for hearing aid technology. You must be strong clinically and have the ability to effectively counsel while building patient rapport. When joining this practice you will have the benefit of continuous training, coaching, and professional development for best practices and customer care. You will also have a lot of professional independence in a supportive work environment. You will find that this office has cultivated a team environment with a stellar support staff who run the office smoothly for a patient centered practice. Daily tasks and responsibilities:
• Establish rapport with, and gather history from, patients; conduct audiometric testing; counsel patients; and make recommendations for hearing aids
• Make ear impressions, ear molds, and order instruments
• Program hearing aids
• Fit hearing aids and assist with any adjustments, questions or problems
• Maintain accurate, detailed documentation and patient files

Qualifications:
• Active and current Alabama Audiology license
• Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
• The ability to work in a team environment
• The ability to interact professionally at all times with patients, physicians, and team members We offer an attractive compensation package and a lucrative commission program.

Please email your resume, along with salary requirements to paus@hearinglife.com. Attention: Paul Stephens.   Contact: Paul Stephens, M.S., CCC/a, 256-543-3221

[Posted 12/04/2018]
Job Title:  Speech-Language Pathologist
Company Name:  Children's Rehabilitation Service of Alabama/Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services

Detailed Description of Position:  Children's Rehabilitation Services of Alabama (CRS) has an IMMEDIATE opening for an Alabama-licensed CCC-SLP in our new Tuscaloosa office. Training is provided on-the-job, especially in the area of augmentative communication. The SLP serves as the clinic coordinator for Augmentative Communication Technology (ACT) Clinic. Adults may be evaluated in ACT clinic if they have an open case in the Vocational Rehab (VR) program or the State of AL Independent Living (SAIL) program. SLPs also participate in Feeding clinic, coordinated by a registered dietician nutritionist; Cleft Palate clinic; Neuro-Ortho clinic; Hearing clinics, and other clinics as needed. Salary is based on a set state scale and can be located on the Alabama Personnel Department website. Current salary is taken into consideration but salary for the position cannot exceed what state personnel has it capped at. Benefits of the job include generous holidays, separate sick leave and annual leave, a Monday-Friday workweek, the ability to dictate documentation, rehab assistants for clerical assist, no productivity goals to meet/maintain, and billing staff to handle all billing. Simply put, an SLP working for CRS needs to just be an SLP. Skills needed of our SLP staff are: the ability to self-manage a schedule; maintain timely and accurate documentation; complete reports for varied payer sources to justify the purchase of augmentative communication devices; complete documentation for clinics attended; make recommendations for outpatient therapy services when needed; work with a multi-disciplinary team for all clinic evaluations; communicate effectively with co-workers, families, and community support services; and provide training to clients, families, caregivers, and school systems on communication strategies and communication devices. Please contact Sonia Cleckler at 334.293.7204 with any questions about the position or how to apply.

Contact:  Sonia Cleckler, sonia.cleckler@rehab.alabama.gov, 334-293-7204

[Posted 11/02/2018]
Job Title:  Speech-Language Pathologist (CCC or CFY)
Company Name:  Champion, Partners in Rehab, Gadsden Health and Rehab

Detailed Description of Position:  The Staff Speech-Language Pathologist shall provide quality speech/dysphagia evaluations and treatments to patients with communication and/or swallowing deficits, and participate in the departmental operations as assigned by the Clinical Director.

Responsible For:
1. Identify, assess, and provide treatment for individuals of all ages with communication/dysphagia disorders.
2. Manage and supervise programs and services related to human communication and its disorders.
3. Counsel individuals with disorders of communication, their families, caregivers, and other service providers relative to the disability present and its management.

Physical Demands: Communication and hearing skills which allow for evaluation and treatment of speech/language disorders.
Special Demands:
1. Desire to work with and for people with temporary and/or chronic physical, mental, and developmental handicaps.
2. A knowledge of medical terminology to understand prescriptions and communicate with Physicians and Staff.
3. Preferably, knowledge and experience in the administration of videofluoroscopic evaluations and therapy for patients with dysphagia.
4. Able to work with individuals of all ages from neonates to geriatrics.

Job Qualifications:  Master's or doctoral degree, the Certificate of Clinical Competence of the American Speech-Lanuage-Hearing Association and Alabama State License.  Experience with NMES or VitalStim preferred. 2-3 years experience preferred.
Training and Experience:  Preferred completion of clinical fellowship year or will be supervised by a speech pathologist with a Certificate of Clinical Competence of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Work Performed:  Under the direction of the Clinical Director, the Speech Pathologist provides treatment only on written prescription of a licensed physician.

Major Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Screening, identifying, assessing and interpreting, diagnosing, and rehabilitating disorders of speech (e.g. articulation, fluency, voice) and language.
2. Screening, identifying, assessing and interpreting, diagnosing, and rehabilitating disorders of oropharyngeal function (e.g. dysphagia) and related disorders.
3. Screening, identifying, assessing, and interpreting, diagnosing, and rehabilitating cognitive/communication disorders.
4. Assessing, selecting, and developing augmentative and alternative communication systems and providing training in their use.
5. Assisting in record keeping and charging system of the department.
6. Discharge planning in treatment program.
7. Documenting evaluation, treatment plan, goals, progress notes, and discharge summary of patients treated.
8. Performing staff and nursing in-service programs as needed on areas of relevant interest and need.
Location: Gadsden Health and Rehab

Contact:  Bart Hyche,  bhyche@championpartnersinrehab.com, 256-214-0301

[Posted 11/02/2018]
Job Title:  Speech-Language Pathologist (CCC or CFY)
Company Name:  Champion, Partners in Rehab, Marshall Manor Nursing Home in Guntersville

Detailed Description of Position: The Staff Speech-Language Pathologist shall provide quality speech/dysphagia evaluations and treatments to patients with communication and/or swallowing deficits, and participate in the departmental operations as assigned by the Clinical Director.

Responsible For:
1. Identify, assess, and provide treatment for individuals of all ages with communication/dysphagia disorders.
2. Manage and supervise programs and services related to human communication and its disorders.
3. Counsel individuals with disorders of communication, their families, caregivers, and other service providers relative to the disability present and its management.
Physical Demands:  Communication and hearing skills which allow for evaluation and treatment of speech/language disorders.
Special Demands:
1. Desire to work with and for people with temporary and/or chronic physical, mental, and developmental handicaps.
2. A knowledge of medical terminology to understand prescriptions and communicate with Physicians and Staff.
3. Preferably, knowledge and experience in the administration of videofluoroscopic evaluations and therapy for patients with dysphagia.
4. Able to work with individuals of all ages from neonates to geriatrics.
Job Qualifications:  Master's or doctoral degree, the Certificate of Clinical Competence of the American Speech-Lanuage-Hearing Association and Alabama State License.  Experience with NMES or VitalStim preferred. 2-3 years experience preferred.
Training and Experience:  Preferred completion of clinical fellowship year or will be supervised by a speech pathologist with a Certificate of Clinical Competence of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Work Performed: Under the direction of the Clinical Director, the Speech Pathologist provides treatment only on written prescription of a licensed physician.

Major Tasks and Responsibilities:
1. Screening, identifying, assessing and interpreting, diagnosing, and rehabilitating disorders of speech (e.g. articulation, fluency, voice) and language.
2. Screening, identifying, assessing and interpreting, diagnosing, and rehabilitating disorders of oropharyngeal function (e.g. dysphagia) and related disorders.
3. Screening, identifying, assessing, and interpreting, diagnosing, and rehabilitating cognitive/communication disorders.
4. Assessing, selecting, and developing augmentative and alternative communication systems and providing training in their use.
5. Assisting in record keeping and charging system of the department.
6. Discharge planning in treatment program.
7. Documenting evaluation, treatment plan, goals, progress notes, and discharge summary of patients treated.
8. Performing staff and nursing in-service programs as needed on areas of relevant interest and need.
Location: Marshall Manor Nursing Home

Contact:  Bart Hyche, bhyche@championpartnersinrehab.com, 256-214-0301

[Posted 10/29/2018]
Job Title:  Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist - $5000 Sign-On Bonus
Company Name: Human Performance and Rehabilitation Centers, Inc.

(HPRC) is a privately and therapy owned company with a 63 year history of providing the highest quality in rehabilitation services in three states.  HPRC is seeking a Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist to join our dynamic team at HPRC Pediatric Rehabilitation in Columbus, GA!  Great learning opportunity for new graduates.  HPRC is a privately owned and PT operated rehabilitation company.  Established in 1955, HPRC was founded with one idea in mind:  to rebuild and enhance the body's functional capability - to improve life, one patient at a time.  What sets us apart?  Facility actively involved in research, professional presentations, and publication.  Multiple educational opportunities to include yearly CEU funding and days, In-Services.  Time for quality care; experienced staff who want to help you improve your skills.  Excellent benefits package to include a $5000 sign-on bonus, medical/dental/life/vision, PTO, ASHA Dues, 401K, relocation assistance and much more!  Visit our website at www.hprc.net and on Facebook!  HPRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and drug free workplace.

Contact:  Casey Chesser, cchesser@hprc.net or 706-320-5466

[Posted 10/16/2018]
Job Title: Speech Therapist; Full and Part time positions are available.
Company Name: LEAPS Therapy Center. LEAPS Academy is a day school and Therapy Center serving children from two through age 21 in Pell City, AL. Offering a multidisciplinary approach to treat a variety of neurological, orthopedic, and developmental disorders. Our services are delivered in the most appropriate environment for the child. Our caseload has a wide variety of diagnosis including Expressive Speech Delays, Developmental Apraxia, Feeding Difficulties, Cleft Palate, Down’s Syndrome, Autism/PDD and Neurological Disorders.

Description of Position: Pediatric Speech Therapist LEAPS Therapy Center is expanding, and we are looking for passionate and enthusiastic Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist to join our team of great therapists. Responsibilities will include the evaluation and treatment of children with special needs in a client focused clinic.

Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate and treat children in our therapeutic clinic and school environment.
  • Develop therapy and treatment plans for speech disorders
  • Implement standardized tests for accurate diagnosis of communication disorders
  • Establish treatment goals to help client master skills
  • Update patient progress to relevant parties
  • Research related speech language disorders and present findings to client families, educational partners and referring providers
  • Be able to complete notes in a timely manner

Qualifications:

  • Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology
  • 3-5 years experience
  • Current ABESPA / ASHA license
  • Ability to pass a background check
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Positive and patient demeanor

Contact: Ashley Faust, leapsacademy@outlook.com, 205-884-7621

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