This position is part-time, approximately 20-25 hours per month, available immediately. There is potential to add more hours as we identify more patients who need services or new programs to meet the community’s needs. The role of speech-language pathologist will be vacated in August 2017 due to retirement.
The current speech-language pathologist will provide initial training and support to a replacement as needed.
The primary role of the speech-language pathologist is to provide intervention and language therapy services to both current and newly added pediatric patients who have a diagnosis of a language impairment, including language processing issues, articulation disorder, and/or pragmatic language needs. Some children may also have been identified with an auditory processing disorder by the audiologist.
Assessing pediatric patients for language disorders, articulation skills, pragmatic language issues or other diagnoses
Planning and implementing treatment plans, including speech therapy services, to minimize adverse impact on patient success in school, extracurriculars, etc.
Creating written reports and maintaining case notes
Communicating with parents/family, teachers, school administrators, physicians, and ancillary/auxiliary services as required
Candidates should possess the following:
Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology
Three years of experience as a speech-language pathologist
A&E Audiology & Hearing Aid Center is a full-service, multi-location hearing health care practice located in Lancaster, PA. We are independently owned and operated, and we have been independent for over 17 years. We offer a fast-paced, but fun and friendly family atmosphere where you will simply love coming to work. If you are ready to not just have a job, but to build a rewarding career with a family company, then this is the place for you!