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AREA: Columbus, Ohio

TITLE: Speech Language Pathologist - Full and Part Time Opportunities


  • Valid state license to practice as a Speech Pathologist issued by the Ohio Speech and Hearing Professionals Board
  • Valid Pupil Services License/Certificate issued by the Ohio Department of Education
  • Master’s Degree or equivalent
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence
  • Documentation of a clear criminal record
  • Complies with drug-free workplace rules and board policies

DESCRIPTION: Provides for the identification, diagnosis, and remediation of communication disorders, enabling students to progress in their educational program.

  • Evaluates students as a part of the multifactored evaluation process in the areas of articulation, phonology, language, voice, fluency, pragmatics, and other related areas.
  • Assists with the development of the individualized education program (IEP) for students.
  • Plans and implements therapy programs for identified students, develops a therapy schedule, participates in team meetings, conferences, etc.
  • Incorporates and promotes instructional, assistive, augmentative and other types of technology; and upholds the acceptable use policy.
  • Utilizes appropriate assessment, data collection and progress monitoring methods to assess academic and social performance and to inform instruction and progress.
  • Consults with parents, school personnel and outside agencies, as appropriate; provide families with techniques to assist with therapeutic interventions at home.
  • Participates in professional growth activities through staff development, workshops, inservices and higher education.
  • Upholds board policies, follows administrative guidelines, complies with Federal and state laws, model policies and procedures, rules and regulations for the education of students with disabilities. Ensures paperwork is accurate, all timelines and deadlines are met (annual reviews, progress reports, etc.), strictly adheres to HIPPA and FERPA, respects personal privacy and maintains confidentiality of privileged information.
  • Maintains high ethical standards, exhibits professionalism, self-control, flexibility, satisfactory attendance/punctuality, dependability, accepts responsibility for decisions and conduct, promotes a favorable image of the Agency, etc.).
  • Adapts to unique circumstances and factors such as travel, extended hours, student behaviors, interactions with aggressive/disruptive individuals, etc.

CONTACT: Educational Service Center of Central Ohio Sheila Damren 614.542.4142

Expires: 2024-08-24

AREA: Columbus, Ohio

TITLE: Speech-Language Pathologist

QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed SLP (or eligible). Experience serving individuals with autism spectrum disorder a plus.



  • Large interdisciplinary team of professionals

  • Caseload average 25-28 clients

  • Flexible hours

  • Annual CEU benefit

  • Covered licensure and certification fees

  • Co-treats with OT, PT, social work, and other mental health professionals

  • Dedicated therapy spaces with up-to-date testing, materials, and technology.

  • Opportunities for career-path development & leadership roles

  • Working in our center-based Transitions and Early Intervention centers

  • Day shift M-F, no weekends


  • Supporting programs for people with disabilities from early childhood through transition age: early learning, academic, life and vocational skills

  • DE&I-focused

  • EEO

  • Offering a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefit package

  • 401(k) with Employer match

  • Health, Dental, Vision insurance

  • Employee assistance program

  • Scheduled breaks

  • Generous PTO benefit

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: Commensurate with experience starting at $70,000


  • Continuing Education Allowance

  • In-person and Telehealth Services

  • Licensure and Certification Paid

  • CF supervision

  • Outpatient Services

  • Continued Training

  • Scheduled Professional Development Days

  • All necessary technology<

    CONTACT: Please contact Lynn M. Dudek MS, CCC-SLP, MBA ,BCBA, COBA by email ( with all questions and to provide a resume.

    Expires: 2024-04-26

AREA: Columbus, Ohio

TITLE: Speech Therapist - Contract Position


  • Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
  • Current Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology License.
  • Carry insurance for public liability and, if applicable, worker’s compensation.
  • Passionate belief in the Y’s cause of nurturing the potential of all youth, supporting healthy living for all people, and finding ways to help and support our neighbors.  
  • Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community.
  • Proven track record of developing authentic relationships with others.
  • Ability to foster a collaborative team approach to solving challenging situations.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, data entry, and other technology.
  • Must have customer service skills.
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  1. Thinks, communicates, and behaves as a cause-driven leader and role model for other staff and members when it comes to desired staff behaviors; promotes youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility in all job-related functions. 
  2. Provides coaching services to families in the Early Intervention program in order to meet IFSP goals/outcomes.
  3. Reviews information on each child prior to sessions; including evaluation, Individualized Family Services Plan (IFSP), and Child Outcome Summary (COS) in order to provide comprehensive services.
  4. Meets with the caregiver and the child in the community (YMCA Branches, school buildings, and libraries) to provide in-person speech services. 
  5. Shares effective strategies to increase language and communication during daily routines and following the procedures set out by FCBDD and YMCA for the program.
  6. Provides each family with detailed notes after each session with coaching techniques they can incorporate into daily routines within 24 hours of the session.
  7. Completes Child Outcome Summaries for children involved in the program.
  8. Ensures all written and verbal communication is presented in a professional manner and given to the family and Y staff within 24 hours/immediately following the coaching session.
*Applicants must be willing to work as 1099 contractors, responsible for their own taxes and equipped with the necessary tools and resources to fulfill the Speech Therapist responsibilities on a freelance basis.

CONTACT: To apply please visit our application page. If you have any questions please contact, Samantha Stewart, Vice President of Community Strengthening, at

Expires: 2024-04-04