Speech-Language Pathologist

Invo HealthCare Associates
Oct 13, 2016
Oct 22, 2016
Employer Type
Direct Employer
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Description:

Great careers begin with great opportunities! The Invo-Progressus Team is currently seeking to grow its team of Speech-Language Pathologists in Stamford, CT to provide multiple speech services including Teletherapy. As the nationwide leader in school-based and early intervention services, the Invo-Progressus Team offers its clinicians careers that are rich with rewards - both personally and professionally! Make a difference in the lives of children - join the Invo-Progressus team today! Call today to speak with a dedicated Career Services Manager. Requirements:
Master's Degree from an ASHA accredited universityCT state licensure or ability to obtain appropriate state licensureAbility to evaluate and diagnose speech, language and cognitive-communication disordersAbility to treat speech, language and cognitive-communication disorders in school-aged childrenPersonal commitment to driving positive outcomes for studentsCollaborative minded professional with strong oral and written communication skillsAbility to work and build strong relationships with parents, teachers and school administratorsExperience working in schools or with children a plus, but not required

Competitive compensation with flexible pay optionsComprehensive Benefits Package (Medical/Dental/Vision Coverage, 401(k) Retirement Saving Plan with a discretionary company match)Flexible Spending Plan for medical and dependent coverageProfessional Liability CoverageLicensure reimbursementAnnual Professional Development stipendProfessional membership stipendUnlimited CEUs through the Progressus Pathways Learning CenterUnparalleled mentoring and support Many More!

Company Description:

With over 40 years' combined experience, Invo HealthCare Associates (Invo) and Progressus Therapy (Progressus) have served hundreds of thousands of children. Together, Invo () and Progressus () provide services in more than 25 states with a staff of 1,200+ highly skilled special education and early intervention professionals. Together, our services support a growing population of children from birth to 21 with special needs and focus on the following specialties: speech-language pathology, occupational and physical therapy, behavior analysis, teaching, nursing, social work and psychology. Nationwide, our clinicians are supported by local field teams in each of the areas we serve. This collaborative presence ensures our clinicians feel connected to our organization, our mission and the programs they serve. Rooted in our commitment to delivering a rewarding career experience, our national reach supported by a local presence provides the ultimate benefit to our clinicians as we're able to ease transitions into new opportunities across the country as their lives, locations and career aspirations change. Whatever your career dreams may be, we want to help you get there.