SCHEDULE: PRN/Per Diem
Under the general direction of the director or supervisor, the Speech-Language Pathologist functions with limited supervision and is responsible for evaluation of patient performance and progress; treatment of patients; communication of evaluation and treatment results; providing specialized voice and swallowing evaluation and treatment services, collaborating with physicians documentation of evaluation and treatment results; reading of patient and professional related materials; presentations to staff and program development as assigned.
Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited school is required.
1) Kansas state license and possess CCC or be eligible for Clinical Fellowship; 2) must possess knowledge of the principles and practice of Speech-Language Pathology and have the ability to apply them in therapeutic treatment programs; 3) ability to create clear and concise written and oral reports;
4) understand and abide by the established code of ethics for the practice of Speech-Language Pathology;
5) ability to maintain patient and facility confidentiality;
6) must meet competency standards for appropriate procedures.
A minimum of successful completion of clinical internships and eligibility for Clinical Fellowship is required. Prior one year hospital/health related experience is preferred.