Ink staffing

Speech Language Pathologist-CCC

Ink staffing - Galveston, TX

Speech Language Pathologist-CCCTop of Form

South Texas


Due to growth we have a newly created position for a Speech-Language Pathologist that will report directly to the Program Director.The SLP will provide a wide range of clinical services including neurological assessment and treatment based on communication disorders. The SLP will coordinate all referral services as needed including audiology. In this role, you will consult with other professionals regarding Client’s abilities and are also responsible for written documentation in a clear manner. The clients served may be adults with neurologically-based communication disorders.

The SLP will have 85% productivity with a combination of group and individual sessions with an average of 12 patients daily. Saturday is busiest day so this role is a Tuesday – Saturday 8am-5pm commitment.

Annual Compensation begins at $65k and progresses to $85k with 7 years of experience and top end comes with15-20 years and tops out at $104,000. In addition there is a very generous benefit package and relocation support is available.


  • Assess and review Client files
  • Coordinate Client procedures
  • Create treatment plans
  • Provide referral recommendations to other providers
  • Provide treatment to individuals and groups with disorders
  • Review file of client to be assessed and coordinate assessment procedures.
  • Keep accurate records.
  • Communicate client’s progress to the team during weekly rounds and as needed through written and verbal exchanges.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Knowledge of neuropathology and neurogenic communication disorders.
  • Ability to set up and follow an appropriate treatment plan to meet the needs of individual clients.
  • Ability to be flexible and work as part of a team.
  • Knowledge of speech-language pathology assessment tools.
  • Ability to work independently in professional manner.
  • Ability to accept guidance from other members of staff regarding their own areas of expertise.
  • Capacity and interest for learning instrumental assessment methods for speech.
  • General knowledge of computers.
  • Knowledge and adherence to ethical standards of American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
  • Ability to communicate diagnostic results, treatment plans, and recommendations through both written and verbal communication.
  • Ability to relate well to individuals with disabilities.
  • Ability to generate creative therapy tasks addressing client=s areas of deficit.
  • Demonstrate NCI abilities and knowledge by successfully passing course, maintain refresher courses as determined by NCI committee as well as implementing the knowledge with clients as needed.
  • Maintain CPR certification by successfully passing course and refresher courses as needed per policy.


  • Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence.
  • Texas License in Speech-Language Pathology.
  • Prefer one year's experience with adults with brain injuries.

3 must have requirements needed in a qualified candidate? Clinical skills, team player, positive and passionate motivator.

Why this is an exception place to work:

The Support staff! They are very attentive and thorough. The support the clinical staff are interested in being involved in therapy and learning carryover techniques for strategies for patients when they aren’t working with therapists.

The clinical treatment team are very supportive and are a great team to work with. Although the work is challenging, it is some of the most rewarding work that is done. We have the opportunity to positively impact patients and families as we help restore patient’s communication skills and enhance life skills after a life changing event.

If you are someone who is committed to staying and growing clinically in you new role, positive and enjoy focusing your talents on a positive patient outcome, then please forward your resume along with the best times to reach you for a deeper discussion. We have a great relationship with this Client, we know exactly what they are looking for in a new hire and are well coordinated with their decision makers.

Finally, our Client is located in the heart of a charming, historic neighborhood, complete with beautiful Victorian homes and palm trees, and only a short walk from the beach. The campus is located on a public transit route and is only a few blocks from grocery stores, banks, the Strand entertainment district, and the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) hospitals and clinics. Their access to the community allows patients to practice important living skills in a real world, community context, better preparing them for re-entry into their respective discharge communities





Posted On: Monday, March 2, 2020

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