Speech Language Pathologist
A Speech Language Pathologist serves children with developmental disabilities from birth to age three in the home and community settings. This person serves the Tiny-k early intervention services in Sedgwick County by partnering with families in the growth and development of their child. Must have a genuine interest in working with children and their families.
- Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
- Valid Kansas State SLP licensure.
- Experience with child speech language disorders and therapy preferred
- Comprehensive knowledge of child speech-language disorders and therapy.
- Skilled at assessing development in young children.
- Ability to work effectively with parents, children, public and other professionals.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Develop and implement effective treatment plans in coordination with other team members.
- Complete appropriate paperwork in a timely manner and adhere to deadlines.
- Work with the multidisciplinary team to achieve the educational and developmental goals of the family and child.
- May require extended work days and travel between RUI sites, family homes and other community agencies.
WORK PACE: Self-paced, requiring the ability to think and act quickly and efficiently in an oftentimes fast-paced, emotionally demanding work setting.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: 95% Indoors, 5% Outdoors
Rainbows United, Inc., is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of Rainbows United, Inc., from recruitment through employment and promotion, training and work assignments, to provide equal opportunity at all times without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other basis protected by applicable anti-discrimination laws.
Rainbows United, Inc. participates in E-Verify. We will provide the federal government with each new employee’s Form I-9 information to confirm work authorization.