[Intro Paragraph] We suggest starting your speech pathologist job description with a short introductory paragraph that provides some information about your company. This is the perfect chance to communicate the value your company provides to employees and give candidates a sense of excitement about the role. Be sure to mention anything that will help your company stand out or that may be particularly of interest to candidates that have the desired qualifications for this position.
Speech Pathologist Job Responsibilities:
- Evaluate and diagnose speech, language, communication, or swallowing difficulties.
- Develop and implement effective treatment programs.
- Provide counseling to patients and patients’ families about results of testing and recommended treatment options.
- Establish patient understanding, expectations, and goals for treatment.
- Create accurate documentation and reporting for all patient visits.
- Delegate duties to support personnel as appropriate.
- Maintain communication with staff and outside agencies per state guidelines.
- Refer patients to medical specialists in dentistry, psychology, or other related fields
[Work Hours & Benefits] This is where you will want to discuss working hours and benefits for the position. Including this information here will help maintain candidates’ interest and also gives you an opportunity to mention any specific benefits or perks of the position that may help set it apart, such as licensure reimbursements, expense stipends, or bonus opportunities. This is also where you’ll want to note work hour expectations and any special time or travel requirements.
Speech Pathologist Qualifications / Skills:
- Knowledge of Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance plans
- Familiarity with a variety of speech and cognitive disorders
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills
- Basic computer literacy
- Ability to comply with all regulatory standards
Education and Experience Requirements:
- Masters degree in speech language pathology or related field
- 1-3 years speech language pathology experience
- Active state SLP license
- ASHA certification preferred
- CPR certification
[Call to Action] The final paragraph of your job posting should include a direct call to action, telling candidates what action to take to apply for the position being advertised. Including this specific information will increase the response rate and allow you to select whatever method works best for you. Examples of this call to action include telling candidates to apply at a specific page on the company website or to submit their resume by clicking the “apply” button at the top of the page.
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