The Child Development and Rehabilitation Center (CDRC) at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital at Oregon Health and Science University has a current opening for a pediatric speech language pathologist with specific interest and expertise in cleft palate and craniofacial disorders, feeding/swallowing disorders, and neurodevelopmental disorders. Applicants with experience in bilingualism and/or assistive technology are also encouraged to apply.
Contact Amy Costanza-Smith, PhD, CCC-SLP at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Speech-Language Pathologist will hold a minimum of a master’s degree in SLP.
Seeking an SLP with a minimum of 5 years pediatric clinical experience serving children with complex conditions, with a specific interest and focus on children with cleft palate and craniofacial disorders, feeding/swallowing disorders, and neurodevelopmental disorders.
Applicants with experience in bilingualism and/or assistive technology are also encouraged to apply.
Must hold current CCC/SLP and hold or be eligible for Oregon SLP licensure.
Doctoral degree preferred.
Preference for an SLP with experience working on interdisciplinary teams, utilizing a family-centered model of care.
Internal Number: Recruitment ID: 2020-4901
About Oregon Health & Science University
The Child Development and Rehabilitation Center (CDRC) combines clinical excellence with innovative research to provide the best care for children with special health needs. Our clinics use a family-centered, team approach to care for each of our patients and families.
CDRC staff specializes in diagnosis, assessment, and intervention related to disorders affecting development. Depending on the child, our services range from a single discipline consultation to a full team evaluation.
Comprehensive, multidisciplinary, integrated evaluations
Individualized treatment planning
Educational and behavioral consultation
Medical and psychopharmacologic interventions
Visits to the clinic are tailored for each patient and their family based on their own specific needs. Assessments are typically completed in one day, but may require additional follow-up appointments.