• Speech Language Pathologist

    Job Locations US-MN-Winona
    Posted Date 1 month ago(12/11/2018 5:06 PM)
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  • Overview

    Partners in Excellence is looking for a full-time Speech Pathologist to join our team at our Winona location. This position allows for exciting opportunities to work with children in a center-based autism treatment setting. This position also offers a collaborative environment amongst OT and Speech with parental interactions and involvement. 



    • Provide screenings, evaluations and direct therapy to clients
    • Collaborate with occupational therapists, behavior therapists, and parents to develop comprehensive treatment plans
    • Work with minimal supervision to provide direct therapy
    • Teach skills such as receptive language, expressive language, stuttering, articulation, social language, oral-motor strength, etc. 
    • Administer and write assessments, treatment plans, and progress notes


    Required Qualifications

    • Master degree in Speech Language Pathology
    • Minnesota Department of Health state license
    • Ability to lift 50 pounds
    • Computer proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel
    • Must have some experience and interest in working with children and possess the interpersonal skills to be playful, enthusiastic, and bring a high level of energy into the therapeutic situation
    • Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from ASHA; Clinical Fellows (CF) will be considered

    Desired qualifications

    • Previous therapy experience working with children with autism




    Why work with Partners In Excellene?

    We strive to add people to our team who have the energy, desire, dedication, and most of all, the heart to help children with special needs. Partners’ commitment is to provide all employees with the best training available, to encourage personal and professional growth, to provide a stimulating, challenging and rewarding work environment, and to nurture a feeling of pride in ourselves and the work we do.


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