Speech Language Pathologist

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Hours: Part Time
Job Type: Speech Language Pathologist
Location: All of Dickinson ND
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Work 1 - 2 days a week!

HIT Inc. Is hiring for a Speech Language Pathologist for its K.I.D.S. Program in Dickinson, ND working with ages Birth - 3years.

Applicants must have Master's level SLP. CCC or CFY. And must be licensed, or willing to obtain license in the state of North Dakota.

The Speech Pathologist Early Intervention Professional position holds three roles while working with children birth to 36 months of age who have been found eligible to receive services through the Key Infant Development Services (K.I.D.S.) Program: Primary Early Intervention Professional (PEIP), Evaluator, and Consultant. The K.I.D.S. Program is a home-based, family-focused early intervention service that provides information, support, and training for families to assist them in meeting their child’s needs.

As a PEIP, the Speech Pathologist works directly with the parents providing coaching strategies for families to use in their child’s natural learning environment and daily routines as indicated by the child’s I.F.S.P.

As an evaluator, the Speech Pathologist leads the receptive/expressive language and oral motor domains of the evaluation process for children referred to infant development services; conduct evaluations in an arena setting with at least one other evaluating discipline, interprets and compiles the evaluation report (developmental profile) to determine eligibility while meeting state and federal compliance standards. The Speech Pathologist may also be included in annual assessments for children enrolled in early intervention. Disciplines allowed to conduct evaluations in North Dakota’s early intervention system include early childhood special education, speech/language pathology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and social work.

As a consultant, the Speech Pathologist provides speech/language consultative support to other early interventionists serving children enrolled in infant development. Disciplines allowed to consult in North Dakota’s early intervention system include, speech/language pathology, audiology, dietician/nutrition, psychology, and nursing-–only in situations when it is needed for the child to participate in another Early Intervention service. Travel in an eight-county area to the child’s home is required as services are completed in the child’s home/community environment. This position supports the mission and organizational goals of HIT—Inc.