Speech Language Pathologist - South Hadley, MA

  • South Hadley, MA
  • Schools - SLP
  • 11 days ago


Are you looking for an opportunity to help others overcome speech challenges and learn to communicate more effectively in a safe and comfortable environment? Join our Blazerworks team of talented professionals who want to support you in reaching new levels of success! With dozens of locations scattered throughout the nation, we give you the opportunity to work from any location of your choice. When you become part of our team, you will benefit immediately from some of the most competitive benefits and compensation packages in the industry. You will also have access to cutting-edge equipment and a supportive environment that enables you to meet your professional goals.

Job Responsibilities
•    Evaluate students to determine their specific speech or language challenges, such as swallowing disorders, stuttering, inappropriate pitch or delayed language, then develop and implement treatment plans to address these issues
•    Maintain accurate documentation and write reports detailing initial evaluation, progress, and treatment while in the school setting 
•    Monitor students progress continually and make treatment plan adjustments when needed
•    Educate students and their family members on speech-related topics, including coping strategies for communication problems and techniques for improved communication
•    Perform administrative duties, including case management activity scheduling, lesson plan creation and paperwork filing and coordination
•    Teach students how to perform various exercises designed to strengthen the muscles of the face, jaw and tongue
•    Participate in continuing education courses, additional training, conferences and other activities designed to augment or share knowledge of speech disorder treatment methods
•    Consult with medical staff or advise educators on hearing and speech topics, including language stimulation and effective communication strategies

Job Skills & Qualifications

•    Master’s degree in speech-language pathology from a program that meets ASHA certification requirements or is accredited by the Educational Standards Board
•    One year of experience
•    Current state license in speech-language pathology
•    Experience developing and implementing speech-language treatment programs
•    Ability to pass background check and drug screening

•    Experience treating a variety of patient ethnicities/populations
•    Experience working with disabled individuals

If interested in a school based SLP position please apply below. If you would like to speak with the hiring manager directly please reach out to Nicole Schuler via phone 813-776-0378 or email [email protected] 

Nicole Schuler 
National Hiring Manager 
[email protected] 


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