Fredericksburg, VA 22404 US
Nextaff of Northern Virginia
Location: Fredericksburg, VA
Position / Type: Speech-Language Pathologist, Permanent, Full time
Description: We’re looking for a compassionate speech language pathologist who wants to work for a company who truly appreciates their employees! 86% of the clients’ employees know and feel their work makes a difference. Our client was designated as a 2023 Great Place to Work organization!
They are one of the nations' leading provider of healthcare services from short-term to long-term care and a wide variety of living options and professional clinical services.
They offer various career paths for employees as well as on-going education and training to help achieve their goals.
They are committed to their employees and focus on improving the quality of care through creativity and innovation, honesty and integrity. They foster a family-like work environment with a culture of compassion.
Rate: Minimum $40 per hour (rate negotiable)
Hours per week: Monday to Friday, 40 hours per week, 8:00AM to 4:30PM (no weekend rotation)
● Diagnosing, treating, and preventing speech, language, and swallowing disorders.
● Creating treatment and therapy plans to suit the individualized needs of patients with dementia.
● Performing screenings to detect voice or speech disorders.
● Educating patients and family members about speech disorders and causes, including disabilities and traumatic events.
● Keeping detailed records relating to patient conditions, care plans, therapies, and progress.
● Reporting progress and current status to appropriate parties, which may include family members and the appropriate healthcare team.
● Graduate of an accredited SLP program
● Current state licensure
● Valid Driver’s license
● Must have at least 2 years of PT experience from Acute Care, SNF, Home Health, Assisted Living/Independent living, even Adult outpatient
● Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
● Results-oriented with strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills