Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)

Job Description


As a Speech Therapist you will be responsible for:

  • Identification of needs and delivery of services to residents who require speech therapy intervention in accordance with all Federal, State and facility requirements.
  • Collaborates with facility staff to promote the highest practicable Speech, mental, and psychosocial well being for the residents.
  • Screens, evaluates, and develops speech therapy programs for implementation for all residents, as needed.
  • Provides clinical supervision to Speech Therapy students and Rehab Technicians in accordance with State guidelines.
  • Develops effective speech therapy treatment plans and goals to meet each residents needs, and produce meaningful functional outcomes.
  • Demonstrates ability and willingness to attain productivity and efficiency benchmarks established by the company and the facility on a consistent basis.
  • Completes documentation, functional outcome, and billing in an accurate, timely, and legible manner consistent with published regulations and standards for insurance compliance and reimbursement.
  • Ensures MD orders are obtained according to facility and/or company policy and procedure.
  • As directed by DOR or ADOR, assists with orientation of new rehab personnel to the facility and to rehab department systems.
  • Demonstrates effective oral and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrates effective problem solving skills
  • Complies with ASHA code of ethics, State Practice Act for Speech Language Pathology, and HIPAA guidelines
  • Obtains Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) required for maintenance of State licensure to practice
  • Completes renewal process for State licensure timely to avoid expiration and submits copies of renewed license to Rehab Director and HR.  



  • Graduate of an accredited Speech Language Pathology program. 
  • Must be licensed as a Speech Therapist in Virginia and hold a valid Certificate of Clinical Competence, or be a recent licensed graduate accumulating the supervised experience required to obtain a Certificate of Clinical Competence.
  • Successful completion of required clinical affiliations, preferably including at least one rotation in the SNF setting.



 Cambridge Healthcare values your past experience and wishes to review your full work history as part of its consideration of your suitability for the position.  Although we welcome a current resume and invite you to submit it as part of the application process, it is not a substitute for a complete application, including work history.        

EOE –  Drug-free workplace




Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist, Communication Specialist, Educational Speech-Language Clinician, Speech and Language Clinician, Speech and Language Specialist, Speech Pathologist, Speech Therapist, Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP), Speech/Language Therapist, Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped