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Speech Language Pathology (Slp)/(Peds)

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Mednet Professionals Anchorage , AK 99501

Posted 1 week ago

Currently seeking Speech Language Pathology (SLP) for a contract position in Anchorage, AK. This is a Permanent full-time position day shift, 40/hrs/week. The ideal candidate will have at least 1 years of recent Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) experience.

Position Summary for Speech-Language Pathology (SLP):

The ideal candidate will work with families to address various communication impairments. You will instruct children in many aspects of communication and cognition, including: Receptive language, Expressive language, Pragmatic Language, Articulation, Phonology, Reading/Writing, Fluency, Voice, Augmentative/Alternative Communication, Cognitive Development and General Feeding Issues.

Clinic has a great mentoring program for CFYs. Compensation below is for CFYs and salary will be adjusted higher for someone that has their Cs or a CFY that is awarded their Cs.

Qualifications of a Speech-Language Pathology (SLP):

  1. Must have High School diploma or equivalent
  2. SLP Certificate preferred but not required
  3. 1 years experience is preferred.
  4. Computer skills are required.
  5. Customer service skills are required.

ABOUT THE AREA:

Anchorage is a beautiful place with lots to do for the sporty or outdoorsy individual:

  1. Skiing
  2. Snowboarding
  3. Kayaking
  4. Mountain biking
  5. Rafting
  6. Hiking
  7. Camping
  8. Hunting
  9. Fishing

COMPENSATION:

  1. Annual Income up to $72,500
  2. Sign on Bonus of $3,000
  3. Productivity Bonus up to $3,000 per year
  4. Christmas Bonus up to 5% per year
  5. 3 Weeks Vacation (4th week can be earned through productivity)
  6. 11 Paid Holidays
  7. Continuing Education - $1500 and 4 days provided
  8. License fees, Professional Association Fees and Malpractice paid
  9. Employee Health, Dental & Vision Insurance - 75% of employee cost covered, 50% of dependent covered
  10. AFLAC Cafeteria Plan
  11. 401k with 4% match if you contribute 5% of your salary
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