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About Employment With CDC

The Child Development Center (CDC), a private, not for profit organization, is committed to maintaining a staff of highly qualified individuals who can positively contribute to the ongoing mission of CDC: “to provide premier, family-focused, developmentally appropriate services for children birth through age five.” CDC is an equal opportunity employer. All applications for employment shall be afforded equal consideration in all aspects of employment without regard to race, religion, color, political affiliation, national origin, handicap, sex, or age.


A Child Development Center application packet for employment can be printed from this website, or one can be obtained by request at the center’s physical location (2020 East 12th Street, Casper, WY). Once the application has been completed, please return it, along with a resume and any other necessary documents, to the Child Development Center, You may also fax it to (307) 473-1440, or E-mail it. If you have any questions with regard to employment, please contact CDC at 307.235.5097 or E-Mail.


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SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST

Great careers begin with great opportunities! The Child Development Center (CDC) is currently seeking a dedicated professional for the position of Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) in Casper, Wyoming. As a SLP, you will be a member of a multi-disciplinary team providing speech and language services to children age birth through five.

General Responsibilities:

Responsible for screening, assessment, implementation, delivery and documentation of therapy speech and language services for eligible children birth through five years of age.


Immediate Supervisor: Director of Therapy


Minimum Educational/Certification Qualifications:

M. S. in Speech Pathology, with Wyoming State Licensure and Clinical Competency Certification (which must be completed within the first month of employment). Applicants may also be in their Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY) and CFY supervision is available. Clinical experience working with children birth to five years of age is preferred.


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PHYSICAL THERAPIST OR PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT

Great careers begin with great opportunities! The Child Development Center (CDC) is currently seeking a dedicated professional for either a part time Physical Therapist OR Physical Therapist Assistant in Casper, Wyoming. As a PT or PTA, you will be a member of a multi-disciplinary team providing therapy services to children age birth through five.

General Responsibilities:

Responsible for screening, assessment, implementation, and delivery of therapy services and documentation of services for eligible children birth through five years of age.


Immediate Supervisor: Director of Therapy


Minimum Educational/Certification Qualifications:

PT - B.S. / B.A. in Physical Therapy. Licensure by the State of Wyoming Board of Physical Therapy. Knowledge of pediatric therapy and one year’s experience working with children birth to five years of age is preferred.

PTA - A.A./ A.S. degree as an Physical Therapist Assistant. Current License issued by the State of Wyoming Board of Physical Therapy. Knowledge of pediatric therapy and one year’s experience working with children birth to five years of age is preferred.


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SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER

Great careers begin with great opportunities! The Child Development Center (CDC) is currently seeking a part time Sign-Language Interpreter/Facilitator Teacher of the Deaf to provide services to preschool children in Casper, Wyoming. Hours will be Monday – Thursday afternoons.

General Responsibilities:

Responsible for sign language interpretation /communication facilitation for preschool aged deaf/hard of hearing student at the Child Development Center (CDC). The interpreter/ communication facilitator’s role is to make it possible for the child who is deaf or hard of hearing to access the daily routines and activities at CDC.


Immediate Supervisor: Director of Therapy


Minimum Educational/Certification Qualifications:

EIPA or RID interpreter certification preferred, but, applicants with strong sign skills and willingness to be further trained will be considered.


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