Waianae Coast Early Childhood Services, a non-profit organization, is recruiting for the full-time Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) position at the Parent Children Development Center Wahiawa, in Hawaii. Clinical Fellowship applicants will be considered.
PCDC Wahiawa is an early intervention program that serves children (birth to 3 years old) with special needs and their families. SLP's areas of responsibility include evaluations and reports, home visits to provide direct therapy and family coaching as well as consultation. The SLP is an active participant of the team, supporting the development and implementation of Individualized Family Support Plans (IFSPs).
If interested, please respond to this posting, include cover letter and resume.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited college or university.
Current member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Current Hawaii State license in Speech-Language Pathology, will consider Clinical Fellowship candidates.
At least one year of experience in working with infants and toddlers providing speech-language pathology, preferred.
Possess a valid Hawaii driver's license. Carry minimum automobile insurance $100,000.00 liability. Satisfactory driver's record. Abstract required.
Additional Salary Information: Health insurance, paid holiday, vacation and sick leaves
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About Parent Child Development Center Wahiawa
Wai?anae Coast Early Childhood Services, a non-profit organization, and Parent Child Development Center (PCDC) Wahiawa is one of the programs that provides Early Intervention Serivces to children (birth to 3 years old) with special needs and their families in the Wahiawa and North Shore areas on Oahu.