We are seeking a Speech-Language Pathologist specializing in infant feeding to join our Northwest Center Early Intervention Hospital-to-Home team. This position primarily provides evaluative, therapeutic, and consultative services to infants who have feeding difficulties who may have experienced a hospitalization. We work closely with families to help make the transition home easier by providing in-home therapy, community resources, and ongoing support.
Find out more about how we help families with this program!
Schedule: Monday through Friday, part or full-time schedule available
We support professional development and are committed to our staff reaching their full potential. Our unique funding model allows staff to pioneer programs for the families and children we serve such our Hospital-to-Home program. You will work alongside a team of people with years of experience and have opportunities to pursue your special interests, participate in shared learning, and receive consistent team support.
What we can offer you:
Progressive approach to early intervention on a multidisciplinary team
Close knit Early Intervention community that provides opportunities to network and present, support changes in systems, and supervise graduate students
Substantial continuing education opportunities
Reflective Consultation and weekly team meetings
Innovative and highly collaborative team and supportive management
Salaried Position (Hourly for Part Time) including documentation time with generous Paid Time Off, paid holidays, and paid floating holiday
Health and Wellness benefits including: Elective Medical, Dental, and Vision (FTE only), Employee Assistance Program and subsidized gym membership
Mileage and DOH License Reimbursement
401(k) with company match
Childcare discount after 1 year of working
At Northwest Center, we do not just accept diversity and inclusion — we celebrate it, we support it, we live it and we flourish in it for the benefit of our employees, the community, and our clientele. It is our belief that our strength lies within our diversity and the forward motion towards a day when people of all abilities can learn and work together. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.
Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited University
Current Washington State License to practice as a Speech-Language Pathologist
Certification of Clinical Competence (CCC) with ASHA
Experience with infant feeding in a variety of settings (hospital preferred)
Must have valid WA State Driver's license (or ability to obtain one), own vehicle, car insurance, and an acceptable 5-year driving record
Internal Number: 1
About Northwest Center
We are a leader in advancing equal opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. Our services for children provide early intervention, inclusive early learning, and after school programs. Our employment services include transition services, vocational training, job placement, and supported employment. ?We provide outsourcing solutions that meet the manufacturing and service needs of small and medium sized businesses, Fortune 500 companies, local government offices, and large federal agencies. ?Our portfolio of Social Enterprises employ people with and without disabilities working side-by-side to offer world-class service to our customers.