Speech Language Pathologist - Pediatrics Opening!
Direct Hire, Full-time, Full Benefits Package, & Excellent Compensation, based on experience.
• Health insurance
• Continuing Education
• 401K Retirement Plan
• Paid Vacations
This is a chance to work for a great, growing health clinic helping children as Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist.
Primarily serving the Early Intervention (birth to 3) and preschool (3 to 6) communities. This health practice is expanding rapidly and is looking for exceptional therapists to become part of the team.
Therapists in these positions will provide 1-on-1 services primarily in the natural environment (home or preschool) but may also deliver services in the 3,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility. Therapists will deliver 30 to 35 half-hour treatment sessions per week.
A passion for working with children is important. Having experience working with children with a wide variety of developmental challenges is a plus. Great qualities to have are: outgoing, friendly, self-motivated and possess the ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
Experience in field work with pediatrics, be a strong report writer and have a valid license in the field of expertise.
About the area: Syracuse is close to Onondaga Lake with unique shops, spectacular restaurants, lovely lakeshore trails. Near the largest state fair, the New York State Fair and many well known universities and colleges. Explore a world of art, theater, music, photography, history, nature and play in Rochester, New York. From standing in the parlor where Susan B. Anthony was arrested to listening to great jazz on the streets. Rochester is located on the Southern shore of Lake Ontario and sits at the center of the historic Erie Canal. Only a 90 minute drive to Niagara Falls, 1.5 hours to the Finger Lakes wine country and 6 hours to New York City. World class events such as the International Jazz Festival and the Highland Park Lilac Festival, PGA and LPGA championships, etc. attract nearly two million visitors each year. The George Eastman Museum, the National Museum of Play at the Strong and the National Toy Hall of fame are popular with all ages. This beautiful area abounds with state and local parks which offer summer and winter sports, camping, etc.