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The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare has a full-time opportunity for a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in Nampa, Idaho. This position will provide speech and language services to the Southwest Idaho Treatment Center (SWITC). SWITC is an ICF/ID residential facility for the intellectually and developmentally disabled.
This position requires licensure (or provisional licensure) a speech-language pathologist in Idaho. Applicants who have specialized training or at least one year of experience treating persons with developmental disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Enjoy our competitive benefits package! We offer incredible employee benefits, including: excellent low-cost medical, dental and vision insurance; generous vacation and sick leave accrual beginning as soon as you start; ten paid holidays a year; participation in one of the nation’s best state retirement systems; multiple savings plans; life insurance; wellness programs; ongoing training opportunities; and more.
Provides multifaceted speech and language services, including evaluation, monitoring, consultation and direct therapy services to adolescents and adults with developmental, physical and mental disabilities, which may or may not be linked to established medical conditions.
Consults with and provides information and/or instruction to parents, guardians and treatment staff regarding disabilities and remedial procedures.
Conducts individual and group therapy assessments.
Participates in treatment planning and consultation with multidisciplinary teams.
Develops and implements individualized speech programs as part of a client's PCP
Provides training and information to staff related to dysphagia and swallowing as it relates to client needs.
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare is Idaho’s largest state government agency, and employs nearly 2,850 individuals statewide. Our employees work to provide Idahoans with health and human services, access to health insurance programs, support for families and children, and hospitalization services for mentally and developmentally disabled patients.
We have offices throughout Idaho and operate four hospitals/residential facilities and a state lab. Last year, our agency served more than 400,000 people - one out of every four Idahoans. Our programs and services are designed to help people live healthy and be productive, strengthening individuals, families and communities. We help others with child care, child support and substance abuse problems. Throughout the state, we are at the forefront of protecting public health.
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare offers a culture that supports and promotes learning organization principles, building community partnerships, and introducing innovative business solutions. We are nearly 2,850 individuals working statewide to provide Idahoans with health and human services, access to health insurance programs, support to families and children, and hospitalization servic...es for mental and developmentally disabled patients. We have 20 field offices and operate two hospitals and a state lab. Last year, our agency served almost 340,000 people - one out of every four Idahoans. From birth throughout life, we strive to enrich and protect the lives of our state's citizens.
Enjoy our competitive benefits package! Idaho Department of Health and Welfare offers its employees numerous benefits, including: excellent medical, dental and vision insurance; generous vacation and sick leave accrual beginning as soon as you start; ten paid holidays a year; participation in one of the nation's best state retirement systems; multiple savings plans; life insurance; wellness programs; ongoing training opportunities; and more.