Speech-Language Pathologist


Reports to: Director of Rehab, Director of Operations
Serves: Multiple locations

Competitive Pay and Full Benefits Package Included!

As we continue to expand our pediatric team, Child’s Play Plus is looking for Certified Speech Language Pathologists with experience working in center based pediatric settings. Typical caseload of 8-10 patients a day, with opportunities monthly for provider team meetings. Ideal candidates will maintain a team-based approach with our clinical staff to ensure quality application and generalization of skills across provider disciplines.

Our ideal candidate is someone who has a love of learning and challenge! We thrive in an environment where we approach all encounters from multiple thought processes and disciplines. An SLP who loves their field and loves teaching others successful strategies would fit well on our growing team.



The SLP’s core responsibilities are to conduct evaluations and provide interventions for patients who have functional, cognitive or behavioral impairments. Therapist should be knowledgeable in the evaluation and treatment of receptive/expressive language, language processing, phonology, feeding disorders and augmentative communication technology. The SLP will develop therapy goals and administer appropriate speech therapy programs and interventions. Documentation of evaluation, daily treatments, re- assessments and discharges as well as family programming. Provides patient, parent/caregiver training designed to enhance speech/eating performance and improve functional outcomes. Knowledge of and utilizes appropriate treatments and evaluations relating to the needs of patients. Demonstrate and incorporate knowledge of current research into daily treatment of patients. Works in collaboration with all of Child’s Play Plus service providers.
We want providers who are excited to come to work each day and serve our community. Our program is designed to allow you to build the patient and family relationship you’ve always wanted, but haven’t been able to capture under your heavy caseload. We work together to make sure we provide a quality therapy, while also ensuring we take time to build relationships with families, with each other, and continue growing our team.



• Evaluate and utilize appropriate standardized tests for accurate diagnosis of speech and eating disorders
• Establish treatment goals and implement plans of care
• Support our Grand Rounds team by assisting providers in determining appropriate interventions to aid patients in reaching their treatment goals
• Perform daily documentation, update treatment plans, and produce regular progress reports
• Update patient progress to relevant parties
• Research related pediatric Speech Therapy problems
• Ability to build rapport with patients, their families, and other caregivers
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills



1. Must be a CCC-SLP or CCC-A
2. Appropriate education level required in accordance with state licensure.
3. Must hold current license in the state(s) of practice as a Speech Language Pathologist or Audiologist.
4. Must be certified through the National Board of Certification in Speech Language Pathology (ASHA).
5. Preference to individuals with experience in Applied Behavior Analysis.

Ever had a wild idea about what YOUR perfect job as an SLP would be? We’d love to hear it! We want creative minds who are energetic and dedicated to making the difference for our patients. Working at CP+ means that you’re a respected provider given the independence to chase your own professional dreams.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $75,000 – $90,000 per year, depending on experience.

How to apply:

Email us your resumé: jobs@childsplayplus.com


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Success Stories

  • Working with kids has always been where my heart is. I started a college degree in Special Education/Elementary Education but didn’t end up finishing because I started a family. Working as an RBT at CP+ feels like I am back on the path I started 40 years ago!

    I have had a lot of jobs in my adult life, and I have never worked at a place that is so supportive and encouraging. Child’s Play Plus sets you up for success. They want you to be the best RBT you can be and there is constant encouragement and helpful training. I feel supported, valued, and appreciated, not only as an employee but as a person and that feels great!

    If someone is looking for a rewarding, yet challenging and fun career where they can make a difference in the life of a child, I would absolutely encourage them to learn more about Child’s Play Plus. This is the best, most rewarding job I have ever had! I could go on and on. I truly do feel this is the best job I have ever had, and I feel like I am home!”

    -Maggie Lambert, RBT
  • Play. Learn. Grow. is much more than a slogan to me; it is a way of life. I just live it. During the initial training week, I get to help set the tone for our new staff by modeling how much fun this job can be, and that carries over to the interactions we have with the patients. The learning and growth from the new staff fosters a fun environment for the kids, who in turn are more likely to respond positively to the life-changing therapy we provide.

    -Matt Swick, RBT | Team Development Leader
  • When I first started, I felt pretty nervous and definitely out of my comfort zone; I had not worked with kids much but I was excited to start a job I felt passionate about.

    I feel extremely thankful for the opportunity to make a difference in my patients’ lives as they’ve made a difference in mine! I feel like they have taught me so much since I’ve been at CP+. I’ve learned how to be more gracious, patient, understanding and how to have more fun! This job is so rewarding and I love getting to grow alongside these kiddos.

    What I love about working at Child’s Play Plus is how much fun we have every day. We strive to make learning fun for the patients, and I think that makes a huge difference in how they grow! The staff have so much fun with each other too! It feels like a great big family. I love the continued training we receive and how managers take the time to check in and make sure we feel comfortable in our roles.”

    -Lydia Mack, RBT
  • I started at Child’s Play in 2016, fresh out of college. I have a bachelor’s degree in biology, but no psychological field.

    From my first day, I immediately felt like a part of a family. Everyone was so welcoming and willing to help me learn. I can confidently say each day is filled with something new. I have never worked the same day twice, which I love. Working as an RBT is genuinely a fun job.

    At Child’s Play Plus, the staff’s support is something I had never experienced before. They always encourage me to trust myself and my abilities. Because of their encouragement and my love for the job, I chose to go back to school for my Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) certification. I am so grateful for the opportunities that have come my way working at CP+ and being a part of this growing company.”

    -Ashley Truitt, RBT | Junior Apprentice
  • When I first started at Child’s Play Plus four years ago, I felt immediately rewarded. I had come from marketing for a retail company, a completely different world, that left me unsatisfied and seeking something different. I took to social media to find a new job. Within minutes I got three different people suggesting I get into the world of ABA. I took it as a sign and applied to Child’s Play Plus. After two days I felt more rewarded in what I was learning than in the two years at my previous job.

    As an RBT I feel completely supported, both in a professional and friendly way. The training and continued support allow me to overcome, excel and grow!

    -Benjamin Dehr, RBT