SLP-CCC for Inpatient in Yuma, AZ

Inpatient 51 bed acute inpatient rehab hospital that provides a higher level of comprehensive rehabilitation services with all the most innovative equipment and the latest technology with an experienced staff to mentor a new grad.

We are accredited by The Joint Commission. In addition to caring for general rehabilitation diagnoses such as orthopedic, amputation, pulmonary rehab, brain injury, multi-trauma, neurological disorders, cardiac rehab, dysphagia, rheumatoid disorders, myopathy, and industrial rehab, we offer a specialized inpatient program for stroke.

Diagnoses include CVA, TBI, PD, amputee, hip fractures, COPD, cardiac, etc. Our friendly therapists have a wide range of experience and are teamwork oriented. The majority of our population is adult/geriatric with a variety of neurological and orthopedic diagnoses.

New Grad Starting Salary – $77K
Relocation Assistance – up to $5k
Loan Repayment Program – up to $500/month for entire length of employment
CEU Reimbursement – up to $2500/year (includes licensure fees)

Full benefits start the first day of work:
Medical & Dental Insurance
Vision insurance
Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
Life Insurance
401K plan is matched 50% up to 6% contribution. You are vested after 3 years
25 days of paid time off annually plus 7 holidays off and 2 days for continuing education. That is 34 days off each year with 25 of them rolling over.
25 days off per year, plus two education days per year.

Yuma is located 2.5 hours from Phoenix and 2.5 hours from San Diego.  Surrounded by small mountains, we are close enough to ski slopes for a weekend trip.  We have sand dunes for recreational sports (they are the dunes in Star Wars and Space Balls).  We are minutes from Mexico.  Yuma is the 3rd fastest growing city in the US and recently rated the 3rd most desirable place to live in the country.

We hold the record for the most recorded hours of sunshine in a year, in the world!  Summers are definitely warm, but with the low humidity and close proximity to water sports at the Colorado River, we stay nice and cool.  The winter here is beautiful.  No coats required and outdoor activities are a must.

Email resume:

Pam Murdock
Murdock Recruiting, Inc.
A Nationwide Recruitment and Placement Firm

ENT Nebraska is currently looking for a Clinical Audiologist

Audiologist – AuD University town Lincoln, NE

FACILITY: The Physician Network
ADDRESS: 2000 Q. Street
Suite 500
Lincoln, NE 68503

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SPECIALTY: Otolaryngology : Audiology
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Audiologist – Clinical

Join (4) Otolaryngologist/Head & Neck Surgeons and Physician Assistant along with fellow audiologists.

ENT Nebraska – Our clinic is in excellent location within office building of CHI Health Saint Elizabeth hospital, Lincoln, Nebraska

Services include Vestibular Clinic and Hearing Aid Department

Required Master’s Degree – Audiology

Preferred Doctorate of Audiology

Certification of Clinical Competence (CCC) in Audiology from ASHA

Practice services include comprehensive ear, nose and throat, including audiology. We treat hearing, balance, allergy and sinus issues.

Administer diagnostic tests of hearing to include:

  • Pure tone and speech audiometry
  • Immittance Audiometry
  • Posturography
  • Evaluates, recommends, fits and dispenses hearing aids/assistive devices
  • Will see Geriatric, Adult, adolescent, pediatric and infant population

Full time clinic Hours: M-F 8am-5pm

Competitive compensation package to include, vacation, CME, malpractice insurance, retirement and core benefits.

Qualified candidates please send resume to:

Terri Bangert, MAA. Physician Recruitment Specialist. The Physician Network



The Physician Network is a physician-led organization dedicated to improving patient outcomes by enabling its providers to focus entirely on what they do best: practicing their specialties and providing superior health care services.

The Physician Network:

  • Has grown to 340+ providers
  • Consists of 50+ primary care and specialty care practice sites located throughout Nebraska
  • Is a wholly-owned subsidiary corporation of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), the nation’s second largest Catholic health care system

The Physician Network’s affiliate hospitals include CHI Health Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center and CHI Health Nebraska Heart Hospital in Lincoln; CHI Health Saint Francis Medical Center in Grand Island; CHI Health Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney; and CHI Health St. Mary’s Community Hospital in Nebraska City.

Husky Experience Student Advisory Council

Apply now to join the Husky Experience Student Advisory Council

Help advance the Husky Seed Fund, an award that brings to life innovative ideas by students that are inclusive, impactful, and inventive to the UW.  Gain valuable experience advancing and managing a program that will impact thousands of students at UW.

What types of student-led efforts would improve the overall Husky Experience? What would inspire students to create such a project and apply for funding?  You be the judge!

The Provost’s Office will provide the funding, basic structure and guidance for HESAC members to lead and advance the Husky Seed Fund.  In work groups, members will:  gain program management, leadership, and financial management skills; help fellow Huskies by shaping how dollars impact their ideas; and receive coaching from Provost’s Office staff on how to include this experience on a resume, talk about it in person and apply lessons learned and skills gained going forward.

Apply here:

Deadline:   5:00 p.m., October 31, 2017 

Council member Duties

This year the HESAC will be doing two things; selecting new projects and overseeing the three projects selected last year – Husky ADAPT, Speak Freely and UW OpenSidewalks.  Members will participate in both of these areas.

To help you gauge the time commitment to HESAC, here is a schedule of activities:

    • Bi-weekly whole group meetings  – Tuesdays 3:30-5:30pm
      • Autumn Quarter
        • November 14 (Gerberding 156) & 28 (Gerberding 156)
        • December 12 (Gerberding 156)
      • Winter Quarter
        • January 16 (Gerberding 156) & 30 (Gerberding 142)
        • February 13 (Gerberding 142)  & 27 (Gerberding 142)
        • March 13 (Gerberding 156)
      • Spring Quarter
        • March 27 (Gerberding 156)
        • April 3 *note schedule shift* (Gerberding 156) & 17 (Gerberding 156)
        • May 1 (Gerberding 142), 15 (Gerberding 142) & 29 (Gerberding 100, CTL Commons)
    • As needed – small group meetings between bi-weekly meetings
      • To be arranged by small group members
  • We are not able to flex meeting times, so please double-check your schedule to ensure you can attend at these times if you are selected. If so, please place holds for these meetings on your calendar now.

Student Advisory Council member Terms of Service:

  • Councilmembers will serve 1-year terms, with a possible 1-year reappointment.
  • Council members will review and award seed funding to peers.  They will not be eligible to apply for seed funding in the year in which they serve.

Questions? Contact Katy DeRosier at

2018-2019 David L. Boren Fellowship

Campus Deadline: January 8, 2018, 11:59 PM (PST)

National Deadline: January 30, 2018, 2:00 PM (PST)

Dear Graduate and Professional Students,

We write to share an opportunity to gain insightful professional, cultural and linguistic experience. The 2018-2019 Boren Fellowship application is open and we strongly encourage you to consider applying.

The David L. Boren Fellowship provides up to $30,000 to U.S. graduate students to add an important international and language component to their graduate education through specialization in area study, language study, or increased language proficiency. Boren Fellowships support study and research in areas of the world that are critical to U.S. interests, including Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East.

Boren Fellows represent a wide variety of academic and professional disciplines, but all are interested in studying less commonly taught languages, including but not limited to Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Swahili. In addition to language study, graduate applicants have the option to propose research, academic study, professional internship, or any combination of the above.

Boren Fellowships are funded by the National Security Education Program (NSEP), which focuses on geographic areas, languages, and fields of study deemed critical to U.S. national security. Applicants should identify how their projects, as well as their future academic and career goals, will contribute to U.S. national security, broadly defined.  NSEP draws on a broad definition of national security, recognizing that the scope of national security has expanded to include not only the traditional concerns of protecting and promoting American well-being, but also the challenges of global society, including sustainable development, environmental degradation, global disease and hunger, population growth and migration, and economic competitiveness.

Fellowship recipients are responsible for fulfilling a NSEP Service Requirement within two years of graduating, within one or more of many eligible federal agencies.


U.S. citizens only

Must be matriculated into your graduate program

May not graduate until the fellowship is complete

Applications are submitted online. UW applicants are not required, but are highly encouraged to submit by the early campus deadline in order to participate in an on-campus interview process. The interview process is intended to provide applicants with valuable feedback from relevant faculty and staff on campus; all UW applicants will move onto the national competition.

Information Sessions:

In Person Sessions:
Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, 4 p.m., Mary Gates Hall 171*

*Presented by Michael Saffle from the Institute of International Education
Monday, Oct. 30, 2017, 4 p.m., Mary Gates Hall 171
Friday, Nov. 17, 2017, 1:30 p.m., Mary Gates Hall 173R
Register for an information session (optional) >

Thursday, Oct. 24, 2017, 4:30 p.m.
Register for the Oct. 24 webinar >

Monday, Nov. 13, 2017, 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017, noon
Register for a webinar >

More information about award components and eligibility can be found on the Boren website: Applicants may also find of interest video content on the Boren Awards YouTube page:

SLP Position Available in Hospital in Midland, TX

SLP for Midland, TX


We are a 60 bed Inpatient acute rehab hospital that provides a higher level of comprehensive rehabilitation services with all the most innovative equipment and the latest technology with an experienced staff to mentor a new grad. We are accredited by The Joint Commission. In addition to caring for general rehabilitation diagnoses such as orthopedic, amputation, pulmonary rehab, brain injury, multi-trauma, neurological disorders, cardiac rehab, dysphagia, rheumatoid disorders, myopathy, and industrial rehab, we offer a specialized inpatient program for stroke.


All patients admitted are required to meet 3 hours of therapy 5 days/week or in special circumstances 15 hours 7 days/week with documentation why on a 7-day plan.  This is a regulatory requirement and productivity expectation is based on that.

·    Our focus is to train clinicians in order to have good outcomes and to be able to provide excellent care to our patients. We provide continuing education opportunities to all clinicians and also continuing education opportunities. 

Starting salary is $76,000 for a new grad and goes up according to experience.


$10,000 sign-on bonus.

Student loan payback at $500/monthly for outstanding student loans and this benefit continues for as long as you are employed with us.

Excellent benefits start the first day of work!

Email resume:

Pamela Murdock

Murdock Recruiting, Inc.

A Nationwide Recruitment and Placement Firm

Pediatric SLP Positions Available in Whatcom County

Position: Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist

Kornerstone Kids Therapy Center is seeking a full time Speech and Language Pathologist who is committed to growing in their profession and committed to our practice. Kornerstone Kids is a non-profit therapy center that provides pediatric services to children 0-18 in Bellingham, WA. Kornerstone is a seeking an SLP to join our dynamic team of specialized therapists to treat children in Whatcom County. The Kornerstone team includes PT, PTA, SLP and OT.
We offer competitive wages and benefits package including continued education, paid time off and healthcare. We are an evidence based practice that emphasizes research based treatment approaches.
Our mission is to provide the best patient care and customer service available with a commitment to both culture and community. We are passionate about our professions and have compassion for the children we serve.

New Graduates welcome to apply


Graduation from accredited SLP program and completion of CFY
Obtain license in Washington State
Experience in pediatrics is preferred

Kornerstone Kids is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome job applications from qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, ancestry, family care status, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation or any other lawfully protected status. It is the policy of Kornerstone Kids, as an equal opportunity employer, to attract and retain the best qualified individuals available, without regard to race/ethnicity, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability or veteran status.

SLP CFY Position Available with Portland VA

Speech-Language Pathology Training Program
1 Year Clinical Fellowships 2018-2019
VA Portland Health Care System
Portland, Oregon

The training program is funded by VHA Office of Academic Affiliations. These fellowships are available only for US citizens.
Students are provided with required readings on advanced topics and attend various colloquia, symposiums and seminars.

We provide training in a) fluoroscopic evaluation of swallowing and FEES, b) evaluation of voice with the use the Kay voice analysis system, direct and fiberoptic laryngoscopy, and stroboscopy, c) evaluation and treatment for the use of trachea-esophageal speaking valves, d) evaluation for use of speaking valves, including in ventilated patients, e) evaluation of speech, language, and cognition, and f) evaluation and implementation of AAC devices and cognitive prosthetics.

Training occurs in the following locations:
ENT-including Head & Neck Surgery (SICU); General Medicine Teams 1-5; Medical/Surgical
Intensive Care Unit; Community Living Center, Vancouver Campus: Rehabilitation Unit,
Skilled Nursing Care Unit, Long-term care, Hospice and Palliative care; Polytrauma Clinic; ALS
Multidisciplinary Clinic; Dysphagia Outpatient Clinics; General SLP Outpatient Clinics

We require each CFY to develop and present a presentation on a topic of their choice, either to our internal staff, or to one of the interdisciplinary teams. Observation, didactic teaching, and supervision are provided throughout each rotation with the goal of progressively weaning the student toward independence. In addition to daily ongoing feedback, each student meets with their mentor weekly to discuss the student’s progress along with any other issues of concern.

The application deadline is November 17, 2017, and the start date is typically at the beginning of October.

If you would like clarification or further information, please contact Dr. Michael Sullivan, Trainee Coordinator, by email,, or phone 503-220-8262, Ext. 33497.

Any student interested in applying should send a brief email to Dr. Michael Sullivan,, stating his or her intent to apply.

Applicants should submit a cover letter stating interest and career goals, curriculum vitae, unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation. Please use the VA Letter of Recommendation SLP Form that is available on our website. At least one recommendation should be from an academic professor and one from a clinical instructor. An academic and clinical professor can speak to both areas, if applicable. Letters of recommendation can be emailed to Dr. Sullivan directly by the professor or can
be included in the student’s application. If emailed, “Letter of Recommendation for Name of Applicant” should be included in the subject line.

Please concatenate all documents into a single .pdf, and “Save as” as an Adobe Acrobat optimized file type to compress, or use an online .pdf compression program. If you would like to encrypt your application, please request a password to use from Dr. Sullivan by sending an email request. Note, the VA server may reject a large file size. As such, please also send a separate, brief email to Dr. Sullivan stating that the application was sent. Applications should be submitted to (Note, the other VA forms listed on the website: Application for Assoc. Health Trainee, Form 306, and National Rules of Behavior will be required upon selection for an externship.).

Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Matt Hamilton-Sutherland, Acting Chief
VA Portland Health Care System
3710 SW US Veterans Hosp. Rd.
Portland, Oregon 97239
503-220-8262 Ext. 57253

SLP-CCC or CFY Position Available with Independence Rehab in Tucson, AZ

Our company, Independence Rehab, has a great position opening for a full-time Speech-Language Pathologist at Haven of Tucson, a beautiful and busy skilled nursing facility in Tucson, Arizona.

The position is available around November 1st, 2017. Although past therapy experience is preferred, we place a high value on character, personality, and willingness to learn and grow. The right individual will have a passion for geriatric rehab and will be committed to providing outstanding patient care.

If you have excellent communication skills, a strong writing ability for documentation of the care you provide, and a good understanding of speech therapy practices I would love for you to send me your contact information.

The position offers full medical/dental/vision benefits with up to 18 days PTO, and a solid 401k program.

You must be a licensed Speech Therapist in the state of Arizona or willing to get licensed there. We offer relocation assistance if you are coming from out of state. New grads in their clinical fellowship year are welcome to apply as well.

Please feel free to call/email/text me to set up an interview or if you want to learn more. I look forward to hearing from you!

John Servin
Corporate Recruiter
Independence Rehab Inc.
5314 N. River Run Dr. Suite 140
Provo, UT 84604
801-471-2446 Office
208-346-1320 Cell
801-426-4953 Fax

AuD Externship – University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center/Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery is offering a fourth year externship for AuD students. They currently have five audiologists, two pediatric and one adult. They are active participants in the Cochlear Implant and Cleft Palate Teams on the campus. In addition, they provide ototoxicity monitoring for patients from their head and neck surgeons and other oncology physicians. They also work closely with their neurotologist treating cochlear implant patients, balance, hearing loss and surgical patients.

The extern participating in this placement will gain experience in diagnostic hearing evaluations, evoked potential, VNG, Cochlear Implant evaluation and mapping, hearing aid evaluations and fittings. In addition to the wide variety of experiences available, they work closely with the ORL Department and many physicians within the community.

This placement offers the motivated AuD Extern the opportunity to become proficient in the many arears of Audiology and gain confidence in making treatment decisions. Additionally, the skills and professionalism learned while participating in and communicating with multispecialty teams will be invaluable to the extern’s future career in Audiology.

Interested applicants for this externship should send their CV, 3 letter of recommendation and proof of academic readiness to the following address by November 30, 2017:

OUHSC/Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Survery
Attention: Angela Gathers, AuD, CCC-A
800 Stanton L Young Blvd, AAT1400
Oklahoma City, OK 73104

SLP Positions with Kindering Renton and Bellevue

We’re looking for Pediatric SLP’s for our Renton and Bellevue locations!

Kindering is an award winning, not-for-profit, neurodevelopmental center
which has provided comprehensive services for children and their families
since 1962.

  • In 2017 Kindering was named one of Washington’s best 100 companies to
    work for by Puget Sound Business Journal.
  • As a Center of Excellence (CoE), our programs are built on current research
    and the needs of the community.
  • Staff receive teaming time built into their caseload to meet and learn from
    other disciplines.
  • Our comprehensive training and mentorship program prepare staff to be leading
    professionals in their field.
  • Kindering provides the equipment we need for therapy, and documentation.
  • We follow a modified school district schedule, so we get lots of time off—plus
    flexibility in your day-to-day schedule!
  • Growth and leadership opportunities!
  • Medical, dental, vision, and basic life insurance benefits. Kindering pays the
    premium for employees, plus contributes $100 into an HSA for those who are
    qualified. That money is the employees to keep and use for qualified medical
  • Kindering is one of the biggest Early Intervention centers in the Northwest,
    and we just keep growing!

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