The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) position is responsible for providing screening, evaluation, treatment, and education for those who demonstrate impairments of speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, fluency, and/or swallowing. The Speech-Language Pathologist is responsible for adherence to and compliance with all American Speech-Language Pathology (ASHA) professional standards. The SLP is engaged in administration, consultation, education and research. The SLP is expected to conduct themselves in an effective professional behavior manner. The attributes, characteristics or behaviors required for success in this job include: critical thinking, communication, problem solving, interpersonal skills, responsibility, professionalism, use of constructive feedback, effective use of time and resources, stress management, and commitment to learning.
Educational Requirements Degree/Diploma Obtained Program of Study Required/
Preferred and/or Master's Speech-Language Pathology Required Experience Requirements Minimum Years Required Area of Experience Required/
Preferred and/or Additional Requirements Certificate of Clinical Competency or eligibility for Clinical Fellowship Year. Unless otherwise indicated, one year of current experience within the last three years for a comparable job classification required. State of Florida Licensure Requirements Licenses Required/
Preferred and/or Speech-Language Pathologist License Required Certifications/Registration Requirements Certificates/Registrations Required/
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