Bilingual Speech Language Pathologist

Play Works Children’s Therapies is a multidisciplinary pediatric therapy clinic located in Hood River, Oregon, servicing the greater Columbia River Gorge region. Play Works provides Speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, feeding therapy/nutrition services, and ABA for children ages 0-18 years.

We are looking for a hard-working, playful, and dynamic bilingual SLP who has experience working with the pediatric population. We value our team members who inspire children and support their families. At Play Works we strive to work closely with children, families, and other professionals to help every child reach their maximum potential. Therefore, we strive to provide a positive, friendly work environment that supports its staff to their full potential.

If you are looking for a work environment that provides a high level of job satisfaction due to a supportive group of co-workers and a rewarding caseload of children and their families, you are encouraged to apply!

What Makes Us Different

Our multi-dimensional approach involves clinical treatment while providing in-home, school, and community consultative support for children ages 2 years to 18 years of age, individuating treatment to the specific and unique needs of our patients. We understand that our patients may need more than just behavioral treatment, which is why we are proud to offer wrap-around services which may include speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy.

We are Local

Play Works Children’s Therapies is rooted in the Hood River community, where we are committed to helping children and their families make real change in real-time.

Our Model

We value quality services!

Job Description

  • Perform comprehensive diagnostic evaluations on infants, children, and adolescents. Analyze, interpret, and document evaluation results.
  • Develop patient care plan with short and long-term goals.
  • Maintain all records in compliance with regulations, reimbursement requirements, and job responsibilities.
  • Plan and provide individual and/or group therapy according to individual needs and goals.
  • Perform routine documentation of client performance, adjusting goals and treatment as needed, and determine discharge care plans as appropriate.
  • Provide family education and training to assist in carryover of skills into a client’s daily living environment.
  • Communicate with other professionals such as physicians, psychologists, social workers, behavior therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, with signed release of information.
  • Team with parent and/or other team members in a therapy session, as appropriate.
  • Make appropriate referrals for additional services such as psychiatry, psychology, dentistry, audiology, behavior therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and nutrition.
  • Maintain compliance with state and federal policies, Oregon state board for Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology & and ASHA.
  • Supervise aides/volunteers, other Speech-Language Pathologists and/or Speech-Language Pathology Assistants as assigned
  • Participate in in-services and/or parent education training programs, as appropriate.

We offer competitive pay, benefits, and true Work-Life Balance. Our team members are treated to free professional development, continuing education, fun celebrations, off-hours adventures, and opportunities to give back. When you join Play Works, you join a team of open-minded professionals with a diverse skillset and an organization that recognizes that our people are what makes us special!

Required Experience:

  • Education and License to work as an SLP in Oregon
  • Positive Attitude, flexibility, and ability to collaborate within a team environment
  • Exhibits good interpersonal relationships and communication skills
  • Available to meet the needs of our school-aged children via after-school appointments

Preferred Experience:

  • 1 year of pediatric SLP experience
  • Experience working with children with ASD
  • Experience in treating pediatric feeding disorders, or desire to learn a plus!


Job Type

Full Time

Benefits & Perks


Paid Time Off


Continued Education


Retirement Plan


Team Building


Productivity Bonus


BCBS Metallic Plans


Paid Holidays


Professional License Reimbursement


Wellness Benefits