Find the Perfect Speech Language Pathologist Job
Want to make a difference in the lives of children? You’ve come to the right place. We believe in putting the needs of children first. We achieve that by making sure we put you in positions that are just right for you. We know what it takes to thrive in a school-based setting and can help you:
- Find speech language pathologist jobs that give you flexibility, great compensation and opportunity.
- Focus on what matters most: providing students with essential therapy services.
- Get the support and professional development you need to advance your career.
- Put your bilingual skills to good use. If you are a bilingual SLP, we offer speech language therapy jobs to help children build their communication skills.
What is a typical SLP caseload?
Caseloads vary in size and population. School-based therapists work with everyone from those with traditional articulation and language delays and disorders to students with severe to profound delays. While some states have a maximum caseload number, ASHA does not recommend a maximum or minimum caseload number. Rather, “schools should consider the total workload activities required and performed by school-based SLPs to ensure that students receive the services they need.”
What type of SLP materials/assessments will I have access to?
Typically, the district will provide the needed materials and assessments for you to perform your job duties successfully. In addition, you can use your Cobb Pediatric stipend to purchase additional materials as you deem necessary.
What are some common SLP assessments used in school systems?
Goldman Fristoe Test of Articulation
Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals-5
Test of Language Development-4
Comprehensive Assessment of Spoken Language
Receptive and Expressive One Word Picture Vocabulary Test
Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test-4
Stuttering Severity Instrument-4
Oral and Written Language Scale II
Preschool Language Scale-5
Can you explain the SLP licensure process?
The licensure process is very specific based on the state. Your Clinical Manager will ensure you are knowledgeable about the process for the state in which you will be working. ASHA has guidelines that each SLP must follow and those will be highlighted by your Clinical Manager as well.
Who will be my CF supervisor?
Cobb Pediatric is responsible for providing you with a CF Supervisor. In some cases, the supervisor comes from the district, but in most cases we provide the supervisor from our pool of qualified SLPs.
Will my CF supervisor be on-site with me?
Your CF supervisor may be on-site. However, this is not usually the case. Your supervisor must follow ASHA and state guidelines and provide both direct and indirect observation during your CF year.
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