UW SPHSC Infant Hearing Lab: 2 female graduate students with Standard American English Dialects needed

The Infant Hear­ing Lab is look­ing for 2 female grad­u­ate stu­dents with Stan­dard Amer­i­can Eng­lish Dialects to help record stim­uli for a new research study. They will pay $15/hour to record videos of you speak­ing var­i­ous syl­la­bles. If you’re inter­ested, email klalonde@uw.edu.

Infant Hear­ing Lab
Dept. of Speech and Hear­ing Sci­ences
1417 NE 42nd St
Seat­tle, WA 98105

TA Position in Disability Studies

If any­one has room in your sched­ule to con­sider a TA appoint­ment, this may be an inter­est­ing oppor­tu­nity to apply for! (MS Stu­dents, this prob­a­bly doesn’t apply to you, sorry!)

Teach­ing Assis­tant (TA) Posi­tions in Dis­abil­ity Studies

Fall Quar­ter 2014 

Course:

LSJ / CHID / DIS ST 230 Intro­duc­tion to Dis­abil­ity Stud­ies, Fall 2014

Lec­tures: Mon. & Wed. 10:00–11:20

Quiz Sec­tions: Tues. & Thurs.

The Dis­abil­ity Stud­ies Pro­gram is hir­ing two grad­u­ate stu­dents for two 50% appoint­ments as Pre­Doc­toral Teach­ing Assis­tants for a 200-level course in dis­abil­ity stud­ies offered Autumn Quar­ter 2014.  Enroll­ment is approx­i­mately 100 students.

Job require­ments: The spe­cific job tasks will vary some­what depend­ing on the instruc­tor, but gen­er­ally include the following:

  1. Attend­ing all lectures.
  2. Lead­ing quiz sec­tions (for­mat will usu­ally be dis­cus­sion of read­ings and lec­ture materials).
  3. Read­ing all course materials.
  4. Hold­ing office hours and respond­ing to email from students.
  5. Grad­ing all assign­ments sub­mit­ted by the stu­dents in your quiz section(s) and main­tain­ing grad­ing records.
  6. Proc­tor­ing exams.
  7. Attend­ing reg­u­lar meet­ings with the instructor.
  8. Optional: pre­pare and deliver one or two lectures.

Hir­ing cri­te­ria: Grad­u­ate stu­dents in any dis­ci­pline with a back­ground in the aca­d­e­mic field of dis­abil­ity stud­ies are encour­aged to apply.

Appli­ca­tions: If you are inter­ested, please send a one page descrip­tion of your expe­ri­ences in teach­ing, research, and dis­abil­ity stud­ies, your cur­ricu­lum vitae, and the name/contact infor­ma­tion for a fac­ulty mem­ber who knows your back­ground and skills.  This infor­ma­tion should be sent to José Alaniz at jos23@u.washington.edu by 5PM on August 29, 2014.

*Please note that these appoint­ments are depen­dent on final fund­ing allocation.* 

Babysitter Position for Undergrad or Postbac

Babysit­ter Position

One of our grad­u­at­ing post­bacs shared this posi­tion with another post­bac this past year. She greatly enjoyed work­ing with this fam­ily. Here is what she had to say about the experience:

The job was a per­fect part-time job for me and another post­bac to have dur­ing the school year (we split babysit­ting dur­ing the week) because of the mother’s flex­i­bil­ity. The mother, Dorey, has had noth­ing but good things to say about our pro­gram and really wants to hire some­one with our com­mu­ni­ca­tion back­ground. The fam­ily is amaz­ing and located very close to cam­pus. I have had an excel­lent expe­ri­ence, the fam­ily is very involved and wants some­one who loves to engage with children.

Please take a look at the job posi­tion require­ments if you are interested!

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After­noon Babysit­ter wanted for 2 small children:

* watch 2 chil­dren: tod­dler (1.5) and preschooler (almost 5)
* do light house­work (laun­dry, dishes, toy pickup) if not oth­er­wise engaged with chil­dren (e.g. tod­dler asleep and preschooler away)
* 3–5 days/week from 3p — 6p (this is flex­i­ble time wise, mostly con­cerned about hav­ing help close to the din­ner hour, but would also con­sider some morn­ings from 9:30a-12:30p or some­thing like that)
* Look­ing for some­one who is fun and engag­ing and enjoys play­ing with chil­dren, will­ing to spend time out­doors, etc.
* Pre­vi­ous babysit­ting and/or child­care expe­ri­ence a must
* some­one able to do occa­sional evening or week­end babysit­ting a def­i­nite plus
* must use trans­porta­tion to get here (View Ridge neighborhood)

Please con­tact me if you are inter­ested at dorey.edinger@gmail.com.

Dorey

Graduation Reminders

Good After­noon Soon-to-be-Graduates,

There are just a few weeks left of your final quar­ter in the pro­gram! In light of your busy sched­ules, here’s a quick reminder of the steps required to grad­u­ate this quarter:

Master’s Degree Request

You must sub­mit your master’s degree request online with the Grad­u­ate School. This can be done start­ing on the first day of the quar­ter in which you intend to grad­u­ate and no later than Sun­day of the sev­enth week of the quar­ter. If you do not file master’s degree request by this dead­line, you may pay the $250 degree late fee and apply up until the Sun­day of the ninth week of the quar­ter. Learn more about this pol­icy.

If you have any dif­fi­cul­ties com­plet­ing the Master’s Degree Request on the Web, please con­tact Grad­u­ate Enroll­ment Man­age­ment Ser­vices (GEMS) at uwgrad or 206–685-2630. In addi­tion, if for some rea­son you do not com­plete your grad­u­ate pro­gram require­ments dur­ing Sum­mer quar­ter, you must com­plete another Master’s Degree Request for the Grad­u­ate School indi­cat­ing the revised quar­ter in which you expect to com­plete requirements.

Final Paper­work

Each stu­dent is required to audit his or her com­pleted course­work using Form A (located on Share­point) and a copy of your unof­fi­cial tran­script to ensure all of the require­ments of your pro­gram have been met. Please sub­mit this form along with your final clock hours, described below.

Stu­dents must also sub­mit a printed final copy of his or her total clin­i­cal clock hours for the pro­gram. This infor­ma­tion can be found in Typhon. The graph­i­cal case logs total report is pre­ferred. IMPORTANT: in order for this report to be accu­rate, it should not be printed until after your final hours are approved.

Exit Sur­vey

The exit sur­veys you received on July 18th are manda­tory. We will not process grad­u­a­tion for any­one who has not com­pleted the exit sur­vey by August 22nd, 2014.

The­sis Students

The­sis stu­dents must suc­cess­fully com­plete the fol­low­ing addi­tional steps prior to the end of Sum­mer quarter:

1. Present & defend your com­pleted research

2. Sub­mit your war­rant to your Grad­u­ate Pro­gram Adviser (this will be pro­vided to your the­sis men­tor prior to your defense)

3. Com­plete the Master’s Super­vi­sory Com­mit­tee Approval Form. Sub­mit the orig­i­nal copy to the Grad­u­ate School and a copy to your Grad­u­ate Pro­gram Adviser.

4. Sub­mit your the­sis elec­tron­i­cally to the Grad­u­ate School. Pay close atten­tion to the for­mat for required pages. See exam­ples.

Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion Documents

Stu­dents will receive pro­gram ver­i­fi­ca­tion doc­u­men­ta­tion for ASHA, OSPI, and DOH (as appro­pri­ate) on the Tues­day fol­low­ing the last day of Sum­mer quar­ter (August 26th this year). This doc­u­men­ta­tion becomes the respon­si­bil­ity of the stu­dent and fees will be incurred if addi­tional copies need to be made. If you need to make alter­nate arrange­ments for the deliv­ery of these items (e.g., you need them mailed to you) please respond to this mes­sage with detailed infor­ma­tion includ­ing the mail­ing address you would like the doc­u­ments sent to. I can send elec­tronic copies of the OSPI and DOH let­ters when nec­es­sary. The ASHA Pro­gram Ver­i­fi­ca­tion Form needs to be an orig­i­nal doc­u­ment for your ASHA application.

Addi­tional Reminders

At the end of the quar­ter in which you graduate:

1. Please update your con­tact infor­ma­tion and mail­ing address in MyUW.

2. Please clean out your locker in Eagle­son Hall.

3. Please return any depart­ment keys or build­ing fobs to the recep­tion­ist at the front desk.

4. Keep in touch with the depart­ment by find­ing us on LinkedIn and Face­book!

Let me know if you have any questions!

 

Looking for a nanny/caregiver

Look­ing for a nanny/caregiver:

We are in search of some­one to look after our two young chil­dren, a sweet, gen­tle and funny girl age 2 ½ years old and an infant boy (4 months).

We are two med­ical pro­fes­sion­als that work for the Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton and live close to cam­pus.  The posi­tion would pri­mar­ily be tak­ing care of our infant son, but would also involve help­ing with our tod­dler dur­ing the times when she is not in preschool.

We are in search of some­one that has expe­ri­ence work­ing with young chil­dren, with a pref­er­ence for some­one who loves read­ing and singing/music, and will be active in engag­ing our lit­tle ones!  Also, our son has some med­ical issues and has a feed­ing tube cur­rently and he receives both feed­ing and phys­i­cal ther­apy as well as hear­ing ser­vices.  Hav­ing some­one with a back­ground work­ing with chil­dren with spe­cial needs and/or expe­ri­ence with a feed­ing tube would be a plus, though not nec­es­sary.   Ideal can­di­date might be some­one who is pur­su­ing a career in the med­ical field, such as nurs­ing, or speech/occupational/physical ther­apy and would be inter­ested in gain­ing expe­ri­ence with the infant/pediatric population.

Other require­ments:
– non-smoker
– clean dri­ving record and reli­able and safe vehi­cle
– open to help­ing with light house­work, such as laun­dry, dishes
– occa­sional help with prepar­ing meals, snacks

When:  Start­ing as soon as pos­si­ble, but def­i­nitely by early September

Where:  Bryant area, near the U Vil­lage (near UW Cam­pus and Children’s Hos­pi­tal and right off the Burke-Gilman Trail)

Hours:  35–45 hrs/week, approx­i­mately 8:00am – 4:00pm or 5:00pm, Monday-Friday (we would be will­ing to con­sider a cou­ple of part-time indi­vid­u­als or alter­nate sched­ules if some­one is unable to work full-time)

Pay rate:  $16–20, depend­ing on experience

We are hop­ing to find some­one that would be a great fit for our fam­ily, some­one who is patient, respon­si­ble, nur­tur­ing and fun-loving.  Please con­tact us if you are interested!

Con­tact info:

Denise
denisech@uw.edu
206–395-8772

Hourly Student Assistant Position — UW Graduate School (apply by 8/12/14)

HOURLY STUDENT POSITION AVAILABLE  (under­grad­u­ate or graduate)

The Grad­u­ate School is seek­ing an hourly stu­dent assis­tant (under­grad­u­ate or grad­u­ate) to assist with admin­is­tra­tive support.The assis­tant will report to the Assis­tant to the Vice Provost and Grad­u­ate School Dean, but will sup­port sev­eral admin­is­tra­tive offices in the Grad­u­ate School.

Respon­si­bil­i­ties will include recep­tion duties and answer­ing tele­phones over the lunch period (e.g., noon-1 pm) and mis­cel­la­neous office work which may include:  archiv­ing files, proof­read­ing, enter­ing data in data­bases, copy­ing, updat­ing files, mak­ing labels, assem­bling note­book mate­ri­als, sum­ma­riz­ing eval­u­a­tions from events, run­ning errands on cam­pus, prepar­ing mail­ing mate­ri­als, etc. In addi­tion, the stu­dent may be called upon to assist at events as needed.  Depend­ing on capa­bil­i­ties, some higher level duties (e.g., research­ing, writ­ing or edit­ing) may be assigned.

The can­di­date must be avail­able 12–1 pm for front desk cov­er­age.  Addi­tion­ally, work hours are expected to be approx­i­mately four hours daily dur­ing nor­mal busi­ness hours (Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm). Sched­ule flex­i­bil­ity based on the student’s aca­d­e­mic needs will be accom­mo­dated, but s/he will be expected to work the max­i­mum allow­able 19.5 hours a week dur­ing the aca­d­e­mic year (more hours are avail­able dur­ing aca­d­e­mic quar­ter breaks and the sum­mer if desired).

Note:

  • This posi­tion is not a Grad­u­ate Staff Assist­ant­ship, and there­fore is not eli­gi­ble for a tuition waiver or health benefits. 
  • This posi­tion is open only to cur­rent UW stu­dents (e.g., will be enrolled dur­ing the 2014–15 school year).
  •  Pri­or­ity con­sid­er­a­tion will be given to appli­cants who are already in Seattle/WA state, and who are able to work at least through June 2015. 

Skills: Can­di­date must work well with peo­ple, be resource­ful and reli­able, and be able to remain calm under occa­sion­ally hec­tic con­di­tions (e.g., busy phones/office).  We are par­tic­u­larly look­ing for indi­vid­u­als with con­fi­dent com­mu­ni­ca­tions skills, and who are artic­u­late and pos­sess excel­lent tele­phone skills/etiquette. Other desired skills include famil­iar­ity with Microsoft Word, Out­look and Excel, and other UW admin­is­tra­tive sys­tems. Con­fi­dent oral and writ­ing capa­bil­i­ties will be con­sid­ered favorably.

Spe­cial Restric­tions: The can­di­date will share a work­space with a co-worker with chem­i­cal sen­si­tiv­i­ties and aller­gies, so the use of per­fumes or scented body lotions must be avoided.

The start­ing salary for the posi­tion will be $12 per hour.  Increases may be avail­able in the future based on pro­gres­sion of skills and capabilities.

Appli­ca­tions will only be accepted via the des­ig­nated UW Cat­a­lyst Drop­box through August 12 at 5 pm; sub­mit a brief cover let­ter, resume and the names and emails of at least two ref­er­ences com­bined into a sin­gle PDF c/ohttps://catalyst.uw.edu/collectit/dropbox/jlpang/15993.  Ques­tions about the posi­tion may be emailed to graddean@uw.edu.

The Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton is an affir­ma­tive action, equal oppor­tu­nity employer. The Uni­ver­sity is build­ing a cul­tur­ally diverse fac­ulty and staff and strongly encour­ages appli­ca­tions from women, minori­ties, indi­vid­u­als with dis­abil­i­ties and pro­tected veterans.

Free Online Course in August: Effective Literature Review

August 4–8, 2014

Effec­tive Lit­er­a­ture Review
A free, tutor-supported online learn­ing course offered through the UW Libraries

Dura­tion:                    Mon­day, August 4, 2014 — Fri­day, August 8, 2014 (5 days)

Time Com­mit­ment:    Approx­i­mately 30 min­utes to 1 hour per day, for 5 straight days

Tar­get audi­ence:       Upper divi­sion under­grad­u­ates; Early stage grad­u­ate students

Pre­req­ui­sites:            Access to the inter­net for each of the 5 days iden­ti­fied. UW NetID

Descrip­tion

  • This activity-based work­shop will help you build tech­niques for com­pos­ing effec­tive lit­er­a­ture reviews and increase your con­fi­dence in gath­er­ing lit­er­a­ture for any sig­nif­i­cant research project.
  • By ask­ing stu­dents to share expe­ri­ences with one another, this work­shop pro­vides the space and oppor­tu­nity for you to reflect on your skills and to see how var­i­ous tech­niques and tools can be employed to help you find and orga­nize sources.

Par­tic­i­pa­tion Process

  • This work­shop will take place in Can­vas over 5 days, with no fixed par­tic­i­pa­tion times (asynchronous).
  • Each day cor­re­sponds to one online mod­ule, which includes a topic overview, resources, an activ­ity, and a dis­cus­sion forum.
  • Your con­tri­bu­tions to the dis­cus­sion forums are your means of ‘assess­ment,’ so you should expect to post to each forum.
  • You will be guided through the course by a team of friendly librar­ian tutors, who will answer ques­tions and pro­vide feedback.

How to Join

  • Please email Robin Chin Roe­mer (robincr@uw.edu) no later than Fri­day, August 1, 2014.
  • Space in the work­shop is lim­ited, and par­tic­i­pants will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis.

DIRECTOR — Inpatient Acute Rehabilitation Center

DIRECTOR — Inpa­tient Acute Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Center

New and Mod­ern Hos­pi­tal
Escon­dido, California

On August 19, 2012, Palo­mar Health opened the doors to America’s newest, most mod­ern hos­pi­tal – and will change the way we know health care for­ever. As one of the country’s largest hos­pi­tal con­struc­tion projects and the first new North County hos­pi­tal in 30 years, the new cam­pus has already cap­tured the atten­tion of health­care pro­fes­sion­als world­wide for its use of nature, light and space, all designed to speed healing.

A Great Place to live and work

The 56-acre cam­pus known as Palo­mar West will expand in phases to meet the devel­op­ing needs of this North San Diego County grow­ing com­mu­nity. The hos­pi­tal includes plans for a total capac­ity of 600 beds as South­ern Cal­i­for­nia grows. The new facil­ity will also pro­vide expanded trauma and emer­gency ser­vices, heart surgery, neu­ro­surgery and vas­cu­lar ser­vices. In addi­tion, there are plans to build a Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Hos­pi­tal on the cam­pus.
Learn more at:
www.palomarhealth.org

(Job Num­ber: 122298)

Palo­mar Health
An excep­tional lead­er­ship oppor­tu­nity is avail­able at the Palo­mar Health Down­town Cam­pus, located in Escon­dido, Cal­i­for­nia. The Palo­mar Health Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Insti­tute is a 36-bed inpa­tient com­pre­hen­sive phys­i­cal and cog­ni­tive reha­bil­i­ta­tion pro­gram, ded­i­cated exclu­sively to pro­vid­ing inten­sive reha­bil­i­ta­tive ser­vices for indi­vid­u­als who have suf­fered func­tion loss from major ill­nesses and injuries.

At its cur­rent Down­town Cam­pus, Palo­mar Health Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Insti­tute offers a com­pre­hen­sive pro­gram of diag­nos­tic, pre­ven­tive, and ther­a­peu­tic ser­vices to max­i­mize phys­i­cal and cog­ni­tive func­tion­ing and return patients to their phys­i­cal best fol­low­ing ill­ness, injury or surgery. With nation­ally rec­og­nized pro­grams and a record of suc­cess that’s unequaled in North San Diego County, Palo­mar Health is ded­i­cated to pro­vid­ing the most com­plete and effec­tive reha­bil­i­ta­tive ser­vices avail­able, from the emer­gency room, to home.

The Palo­mar Health team of reha­bil­i­ta­tion pro­fes­sion­als uti­lize an inter­dis­ci­pli­nary team approach to restore patients to his or her fullest poten­tial. Fam­ily mem­bers are an inte­gral part of the team, and are encour­aged to par­tic­i­pate from the ini­tial assess­ment through the daily treat­ment reg­i­men, dis­charge plan­ning, and post– inpa­tient phases.

Palo­mar Health offers home health care, surgery, skilled nurs­ing, ambu­la­tory care, behav­ioral health ser­vices, wound care, and com­mu­nity health edu­ca­tion programs.

A key mem­ber of the hos­pi­tal man­age­ment team, the Pro­gram Direc­tor will build long-term rela­tion­ships with patients and clients and pro­vide the high­est qual­ity reha­bil­i­ta­tion ser­vices. Will man­age the deliv­ery of care in the most cost effec­tive man­ner, coor­di­nate treat­ment activ­ity between dis­ci­plines and team mem­bers, and pro­vide ther­apy ser­vices, includ­ing assess­ment as applic­a­ble, treat­ment plan­ning, and ther­a­peu­tic inter­ven­tions that are con­sis­tent with the discipline’s qual­i­fi­ca­tions, pro­fes­sional prac­tices, and eth­i­cal stan­dards. Account­able for, and will con­tribute to the devel­op­ment of improved effi­ciency and pro­duc­tiv­ity of pro­gram func­tions, qual­ity improve­ment, prob­lem solv­ing, com­mu­nity edu­ca­tion, and pro­duc­tiv­ity enhance­ment in a flex­i­ble inter­dis­ci­pli­nary fash­ion. Assures that patient care activ­i­ties are per­formed accord­ing to the poli­cies and pro­ce­dures, and with all applic­a­ble state and fed­eral laws and reg­u­la­tory agencies.

Qual­i­fi­ca­tions
Qual­i­fied can­di­dates must be a Reg­is­tered Nurse (RN), licensed Phys­i­cal Ther­a­pist (PT), Occu­pa­tional Ther­a­pist (OT), or Speech Lan­guage Pathol­o­gist (SLP); with hos­pi­tal reha­bil­i­ta­tion lead­er­ship expe­ri­ence. A track record of suc­cess­ful man­age­ment expe­ri­ence and suc­cess­ful patient care expe­ri­ence is pre­ferred. Addi­tional qual­i­fi­ca­tions include:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Nurs­ing (Master’s pre­ferred) from an accred­ited pro­gram or valid and cur­rent Phys­i­cal Ther­apy, Occu­pa­tional Ther­apy or Speech-Language Pathol­ogy license or equiv­a­lent, in the state(s) where ser­vices are ren­dered; along with a Master’s degree in health­care or busi­ness related field
  • CRRN (Cer­ti­fied Reha­bil­i­ta­tion RN) preferred
  • Clin­i­cal lead­er­ship expe­ri­ence in a hos­pi­tal envi­ron­ment required
  • Hos­pi­tal based Post Acute Inpa­tient Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Pro­gram Man­age­ment expe­ri­ence preferred
  • Effec­tive, cred­i­ble, engag­ing leader with abil­ity to moti­vate, influ­ence, and hold team accountable
  • Excel­lent inter­per­sonal skills to achieve strong client, physi­cian and refer­ral relationships
  • Highly orga­nized, sys­tem­atic and able to func­tion con­sis­tently in a fast paced environment
  • High level of ini­tia­tive and abil­ity to man­age com­pet­ing pri­or­i­ties and short deadlines
  • Strong vision­ary and strate­gist — embraces shared deci­sion making
  • Func­tional under­stand­ing of reg­u­la­tory guidelines
  • His­tory of meet­ing / exceed­ing oper­a­tional goals and objectives

To learn more about this out­stand­ing career oppor­tu­nity, you may contact:

Chris Hell­man
Recruit­ment Spe­cial­ist — Central/Southern Cal­i­for­nia, Ore­gon
Ph. 800–677-1202 Ext. 2263
Fx. 877–787-3229
Cell / Text Mssg: 314–809-7105
cdhellman@rehabcare.com

Learn more at:
www.palomarhealth.org