Seven Hills Foundation

Speech-Language Pathologist

Regular Full-Time
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Monday through Friday: 8 am - 4 pm


Now offering a $10,000 Sign-On Bonus! 



Under supervision of the SHNH Clinical Director, the Speech-Language Pathologist provide assessment and treatment of elementary- and/or secondary school-aged children with developmental or acquired disorders, including neurological, physical, psychiatric, and/or multiple disabilities. The Speech-Language Pathologist is a contributing member of a multidisciplinary team, collaborating with families, program staff, and other key stakeholders to improve outcomes and to promote wraparound care. The Speech-Language Pathologist serves as a clinical consultant to a caseload of children across settings, providing staff professional training as part of their program consultation. Maintains compliance with applicable regulations and policies and engages in ongoing professional development and systems improvement in effort to support systems-wide interventions as well as direct/indirect interventions for children.

The Speech-Language Pathologist is provided with a laptop, cell phone and email to perform job duties. Travel may be required.


  • Delivers a continuum of comprehensive speech-language therapeutic services and supports to students within their natural environments.
  • Conducts speech-language therapeutic assessments and evaluations.
  • Develops, monitors, and evaluates comprehensive speech-language therapy treatment plans\
  • Maintains responsibility for staff/caregiver training, coaching, and on-site technical assistance as a means of ensuring accurate treatment plan implementation.
  • Generates objectives and prepares clinical reports and progress summaries evaluating progress toward treatment objectives.
  • Participates in the client’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or similar person-centered treatment planning process, collaborating with other members of the team to promote continuity of care.
  • Designs and/or conducts staff training on clinically related topics. Provides on-site coaching and training to SHNH staff specific to implementation of the Foundation’s current crisis management curriculum.


  • Master’s degree, preferably in speech-language pathology, communication disorders, or communication sciences and disorders
  • Professional licensure required in speech-language pathology. American Speech-language-Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP) highly preferred. Dual licensure/certification highly preferred
  • Experience designing and implementing comprehensive speech-language therapeutic services to students within their natural environments.
  • Knowledge and competence in the applications of AAC systems
  • Computer literacy/proficiency, including experience working within electronic health records (EHRs)
  • Strong understanding of human rights, self-determination, and individualized treatment planning
  • Ability to work flexible hours as required.


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