The University of Kansas Hospital - Therapy & Rehab Careers

Speech Language Pathologist Job

Facility: The University of Kansas Hospital - Main Campus


Schedule: Part Time

Shift: Weekends

Hours: Fri-Mon

Work among the best. We are a top 25 employer in the metro area offering a wide array of career opportunities within our organization. We have a leading reputation for patient care, medical education, research, and community service. We value and respect the talented, committed, and diverse people who make up our hospital; they are our most important strength. The hospital offers very competitive wages and an outstanding benefit package.

We currently have an opening for a Cambridge Weekend Speech Language Pathologist.


Accurate diagnose of communication, cognitive and swallowing problems and appropriate recommendations

Developing, implementing and revising treatment plans in accordance with professional standards

Communicating evaluation and treatment results and issues to professionals, persons served and family members through written and/or oral reports, including team conferences

Providing follow-up contact and referral as needed

Participating in continuing education to maintain knowledge about communication, cognitive, and swallowing disorders

Providing education programs for department members and other professionals

Adhering to safety precautions to assure safety of persons served, professionals, and other patients

Contributing to the development of departmental policies and procedures


Master's Degree in Communication Disorders or equivalent required

At least one year of paid professional experience in a hospital setting required

At least one year of paid professional experience in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit preferred

Certificate of Clinical Competence of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association required

Eligible for Kansas licensure as a Speech Pathologist

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