• SkillsOnTheHill

We are looking for a part-time Speech Language Pathologist in Arlington, Virginia!

We have an opening to join our incredible team at Skills on the Hill Pediatric Therapy. We are looking for a candidate with a passion for helping children, that is committed, has a positive personality, and can be flexible to the needs of each client. We place a strong emphasis on collaborating with other professionals and parent education. Candidates should be independent, dynamic, creative, organized, flexible, and energetic team players with a thirst for knowledge and a desire to continue to develop clinical skills. The position involves working in a clinic setting with the possibility of early intervention-based services. Role of Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist at Skills on the Hill, LLC:

  • Provide client-based treatment

  • Provide ongoing parent/family education and ongoing collaboration with other professionals

  • Plan individual treatment programs based on client’s needs and adjust as needed with regular monitoring for progress

  • Administer pediatric standardized assessments and clinical observations as part of the evaluation

  • Promote acquisition and maintenance of developmentally appropriate skills for the areas of oral motor, feeding, auditory processing, language, and social-emotional development

  • Engage children in playful and motivating activities to reduce behaviors that may interfere with learning and cognitive functioning.

Our practice specializes in working with children who have the following diagnoses:

  • Feeding difficulties / oral motor delays

  • Receptive and Expressive Language Deficits

  • Auditory Processing Disorder

  • Pragmatic Language Deficits

  • Augmentative Assistive Device use/training

  • Phonemic Awareness challenges

  • Sensory processing and motor planning difficulties

  • Global developmental delays impacting motor function

  • Neuromuscular impairments

  • Genetic disorders

  • Learning disabilities

  • Autism

  • ADHD

  • Social skill deficits

Benefits include:

  • Competitive Compensation commensurate with experience

  • 401 K with employer matching after 6 months

  • Ongoing mentoring and weekly staff meetings for clinical growth, skill development, and collaboration

Visit our website at to learn more about our practice Job Type: Part-time weekdays/after school, Saturdays 

  • Master’s degree from an accredited graduate program

  • Current license issued by the state of Virginia

  • Completion of The American Speech and Hearing Association’s (ASHA’s) Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC)

  • Two years of experience working with children with special needs preferred

  • Knowledgeable of evidence-based practices found to benefit children

  • Have the ability to work independently, use critical thinking skills, and be an effective problem solver

  • Possess experience working with children who have feeding challenges, articulation and phonological deficits, and social skills weaknesses and knowledge regarding working with the following diagnoses: Autism, Apraxia, Cerebral Palsy, Down's Syndrome, Intellectual Disability, and general Developmental Delay.

  • Training in PROMPT, SOS Approach to Feeding, Social Thinking, Beckman techniques a plus but not required

  • Professional, team-oriented, and energetic personality

  • Strong judgment, decision-making, and communication skills

  • Must relate well to children from diverse backgrounds and their families.

  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office, online EMR programs, and use of iPad.

  • Ability to pass basic drug screening.

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