Lecturer in Speech-Language Pathology Position Available at UW

University of Washington Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences

POSITION VACANCY
DATE: August 18, 2017
POSITION: LECTURER IN SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY (9 months at 100%)

DUTIES:

Responsible for clinical education and supervision of students in speech language pathology in the area of pediatric communication disorders, and provision of direct client services to sustain a teaching caseload. The applicant may be involved in undergraduate and graduate didactic
teaching within the department. Duties as assigned by the Director of Clinical Education and the Chair contribute to the vision and mission of the clinic, department and university.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Interest in and at least five years experience in the areas of pediatric communication disorders. Specific skills include evidence-based comprehensive evaluation and individual and group treatment methods for children, as well as inclusion of education and counseling for
parents/family. The required credential for applicants is CCC-SLP and eligibility for speech-language pathology licensure in Washington State. Preference will be given to candidates with prior experience in clinical education and supervision.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience; a full range of fringe benefits is available. Summer quarter employment for an additional two months is available and is preferred.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

The University of Washington is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. The University of Washington is building a multicultural faculty and strongly encourages application from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and covered veterans. A recipient of the
Alfred P. Sloan award for Faculty Career Flexibility, the University of Washington is committed to supporting the work-life balance of its faculty.Departmental website: https://sphsc.washington.edu/

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Review of applications will begin in August 2017 and remain open until filled. Desired start date is September 16, 2017.

SEND TO:

Submit a letter of introduction, resume, and three references or letters of recommendation to:

Nancy Alarcon, MS, CCC-SLP
Director of Clinical Education, Search Committee
Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences/Speech & Hearing Clinic
4131 15th Avenue NE Seattle, WA 98105
Tel: (206) 685-2212 Fax: (206) 616-1185 nalarcon@uw.edu

Volunteers Needed at Rosen Family Preschool

Volunteer Classroom Aide: Rosen Family Preschool – ASL/English Bilingual Classroom

When: Mondays through Thursdays – 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Volunteers may sign up for full days or partial days, as long as they commit to those shifts for the entire quarter. Rosen is in session from Fall-Spring quarter.

What: Classroom Aides support the learning of young children ages 2 to 5 in our ASL/English Bilingual Classroom. We have deaf and hearing students in our classroom, all of whom are at different stages of fluency in American Sign Language. The primary language of group instruction is ASL as we strive to create a fully accessible immersion environment for our students.

Who: We request that volunteers have the ASL skill equivalency of at least 3 courses. This is a great opportunity for teachers in training, ASL students, and native ASL signers.

Please contact Kelsey Peterson at kpeterson@hsdc.org if you have any questions or are interested!

Volunteers Needed at Behnke Preschool

Ned Behnke Speech & Language Preschool Volunteer

Context
Behnke Preschool is a unique preschool with an emphasis on language and literacy. Our curriculum is progressive, developmental, and multi-sensory with individualization. We take a theme-based approach to learning and integrate early math, science, social studies, language, music, art, and social skills into fun and interactive activities. We serve children with and without hearing loss and/or speech-language delays.

Work Description
We are looking for volunteers who are passionate about working with young children (ages two to five) and who enjoy promoting learning through language, reading, and fun! Classroom volunteers are expected to engage with children, which may include reading books, supporting art projects, engaging in pretend play, and encouraging positive social interactions. In addition to playing with the children, we may ask our volunteers to assist the teachers with prep work or handling of materials as needed. During snack time we ask that you help prepare snack items as well as wash the cups and bowls when finished. Additionally, volunteers are welcome to read our daily story if they would like a more hands-on experience!

Impact
The students work directly with the children making an impact on their lives now and in the future. One parent states: “We really appreciate all of the time, effort, and attention to detail that the teachers put into making the classroom a special, fun, and engaging place for the kids. Awesome!” This time and attention would not be possible without the help of volunteers such as yourself.

Please contact Kelsey Peterson at kpeterson@hsdc.org if you have any questions or are interested!

Audiologist Position Available in Charlotte, NC

Charlotte Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Associates, PA (CEENTA), has been the region’s
premier eye, ear, nose and throat care provider for adults and pediatric patients for
more than 90 years. CEENTA has been recognized and awarded some of the most
prestigious work place awards, including being named one of North Carolina’s Best
Places to Work, one of Charlotte’s Most Family Friendly Companies, and Healthiest
Employer in the greater Charlotte, NC area.

We are currently looking for audiologists to join our award winning team. We
currently have three open positions available at various locations. The audiologist will
be responsible for performing the following: hearing evaluations on pediatric and
adult patients; diagnostic assessments including ABR, ECog, and ENG/VNG; and
evaluating, fitting, and repairing hearing instruments. There will also be opportunity
to diagnose and treat BPPV.

Charlotte Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Associates offer an enticing benefits package
including medical insurance starting on the first day of employment, a generous
vacation package, and many other perks that come along with working for one of
North Carolina’s top employers

The qualified candidate must be an Au.D. level, or highly experienced Master’s level
Audiologist and hold the appropriate state board certification and licensure, as well as
a dispensing license. AAA and ASHA Certifications are a plus. 3 years of experience is
preferred.

If you are looking to become a part of a team in a fast-paced, collaborative
environment where positive contributions are welcomed, we encourage you to apply
by submitting your cover letter and résumé to careers@fuelmedical.com

Interprofessional Care of Veterans Talk November 16, 2017

Save the Date: IPE Care of Veteran’s

 

The Center for Health Sciences Interprofessional Education (IPE) will be hosting a session on Interprofessional Care of Veteran’s this November. Join students from a wide range of health disciplines to discuss interdisciplinary care of veterans. Previous IPE sessions have held case studies and small group discussions on post-combat health issues followed by panel discussions with veterans and IPE faculty from across six health sciences professional schools. For more information, click here.

 

What: Interprofessional Care of Veteran’s

When: Thursday, November 16, 2017 from 3:30 PM – 5:20 PM

Where: South Campus Center, Active Learning classroom, SOCC 221

 

Additional information and a sign up list will be distributed in the coming months!

SLP-CCC Position Available with EI ABA Center in WA

SLP for Early Intervention ABA Center (Lynnwood, WA)

Rehab Without Walls ABA Day Treatment Program

Be a part of a growing company that strives to enhance the lives of young children and their families. As a member of our reputable team, you will have the opportunity to conduct speech-language assessments, employ clinical interventions, and train parents and various service providers. For more information about this position, please refer to the summary included below:

Position Qualifications/Summary:

-Must be a credentialed Speech Language Pathologist (SLP).
-Participate in an autonomous work environment that encourages unique clinical styles
-Develop individualized, functional, and phonological speech-language targets
-Provide consultation to parents and therapy assistants on a regular basis
-Be comfortable with providing pull-out, inclusive, & consultative based services
-Work with a BCBA in designing functional communication training and supports
-Have a basic understanding of positive reinforcement & contingency management strategies
-Place emphasis on enhancing clients’ functional play, social, & adaptive living skills

Program Specifics:

-Early intervention ABA day treatment program
-Services provided to children ages 2-5 diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
-Programming occurs during two, 3hr sessions per day: 9-12 am & 1-4 pm
-Program clinicians include BCBA, Clinical Coordinator, lead teacher, & Therapy Assistants
-Clinical methodologies include discrete trial training & natural environment teaching
-Staff training and development opportunities will be provided most Fridays.
-Reduce challenging behaviors and enhance social, living, verbal, & functional play skills

What We Offer:

-Full time position
-Ongoing training opportunities
-Autonomous work environment
-Consistent caseload / revolving hours
-Competitive pay based on experience

If you are interested in applying for this position please email a resume and cover letter to beth.whitehead@rescare.com

SLP CFY Positions Available with Children’s Therapy Center

SLP CFY Position Available with Children’s Therapy Center

Here’s a basic posting that you can direct back to our careers page: http://www.ctckids.org/careers

Each location: Kent, Renton, Tacoma and Black Diamond has their own posting.  Students can also initially direct their interest to me if they have questions etc.
(lindsay.baker@ctckids.org)

Company Description

At Children’s Therapy Center, we are on a mission to maximize the potential of children with special needs. We provide individualized, family-centered therapy including
early intervention services, early childhood special education, physical, occupational and speech therapy. In partnership with parents and caregivers, we celebrate
where each child is today and work toward who they can become.
Founded in 1979, Children’s Therapy Center has grown from a dream shared by a handful of visionary pediatric therapists to the largest and most comprehensive
independent nonprofit pediatric therapy program in Washington State. Growth like ours does not happen by chance. It takes a commitment to quality services,
collaboration, innovation and a focus on excellence in all areas.
Children’s Therapy Center is seeking a Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist to join our growing team! Our SLP will join our Early Intervention team serving children
from birth to three years old, within either of Kent, Renton, Black Diamond or Tacoma service area. Our preferred candidate is experienced, with training in sensory
processing, play-based therapy, feeding, and/or NDT. (S)he will have a strong passion for helping children with special needs, and their families reach their full
potential.  CFs will also be considered.

Job Description

Primary Responsibilities
Perform evaluations using formal and informal assessment tools
Develop and implement developmentally appropriate goals
Maintain timely treatment records and progress reports
Consistently assess progress and adjust treatment plans as needed
Provide parent training and support as an integral part of the therapy program
Order orthotics, assistive devices, and/or adaptive equipment as necessary
Participate as a member of a multi-disciplinary and collaborative team

Qualifications
Demonstrable experience and other qualifications:
Degree in Speech Therapy from an accredited college or university (candidates with the ability to earn their degree prior to start of employment will be considered)
Dedicated to quality, with a willingness to learn and share
Experience working with children with developmental delay or disability preferred
Ability to work collaboratively with parents, staff and multi-disciplinary teams
Must have or obtain a SLP license in the State of Washington prior to start
Current CPR and First Aid certifications and a valid Driver’s License and/or reliable transportation

Additional Information

Compensation & Benefits:
Children’s Therapy Center offers competitive compensation commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits package including generous paid time off; medical,
dental, vision coverage; supplemental/premium insurance options; and retirement plan options with company contribution.

Audiologist Position in Lincoln, NE

The Physician Network is seeking a quality driven, patient–centered Clinical Audiologist to join our dynamic team at CHI Health Saint Elizabeth in Lincoln, Nebraska.  Join our Network – where you will find providers who practice with integrity and excellence.  This opportunity has an outstanding work environment, exceptional work life balance; while offering a two year agreement, malpractice coverage, CME allowance, relocation allowance and much more.

Our Lincoln opportunity offers:

 Well-established, well respected collegial ENT practice; with Otolaryngologists/Head and Neck Surgeons; Clinical Audiologists, and Physician Assistant

  • Services include; Pure tone and speech audiometry; Immittance Audiometry, Tympanometry, ABR/EcoG, ENG/VNG and OAE and Posturography
  • Full service Hearing Aid clinic; dispensing of hearing aids using Verifit
  • Allergy clinic on site
  • Access to an Extensive, Established Referral 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 is a wholly-owned subsidiary corporation of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), the nation’s second largest Catholic health care system.

The Physician Network has grown to over 300 providers and consists of more than 50 primary care and specialty practice sites located throughout Nebraska. The Physician Network’s affiliate hospitals include: CHI Health St. Elizabeth and CHI Health Nebraska Heart in Lincoln; CHI Health St. Francis in Grand Island; CHI Health Good Samaritan in Kearney; and CHI Health St. Mary’s in Nebraska City.

Preferred candidates will have Master’s Degree in Audiology and Certification of Clinical Competence (CCC) in Audiology from ASHA

For more information Email: TBangert@stez.org  or call 402.328.3384.

 Apply online at www.tpndocs.com

SLP CFY Position with Hospital in Portland, OR

CFY position available with Good Samaritan Medical Center in Portland, OR. This is an acute care position at a level 1 trauma center.  It’s listed as part-time, but the fellow will work up to full time hours each week.

Click this link for more information about this position:

https://legacyhealth.igreentree.com/css_External/CSSPage_JobDetail.ASP?T=20170719163201&

 

 

Full-time Audiologist Position in Cedar Park, TX

AUDIOLOGIST – CEDAR PARK, TX – full-time Starting salary: $60k (DOE)

Cook Hearing & Balance is a well-established practice located in Cedar Park, TX. Lori Cook and her dedicated staff are passionate about helping patients reclaim their hearing and experience the joys of life by reconnecting with their loved ones. Our dedication to our patients and community has brought on the need for an additional audiologist.

If you are an audiologist with an entrepreneurial spirit who enjoys serving patients of all ages, this may be the opportunity of you. The audiologist will offer complete audiological evaluations for patients of all ages, but whose primary interest is serving the pediatric population. Responsibilities also include hearing aid dispensing and evaluations, CAP testing, counseling patients and their families, and participating in aural rehabilitation. We will also be offering a new service: Cochlear Implant follow-ups!

Cedar Park is located just north of Austin, TX and is ranked #20 on WalletHub’s 2016’s Best Small Cities in America. Residing in Cedar Park affords you the luxury of big city living paired with the comfort and convenience of a smaller town. Cedar Park and the surrounding area offer plenty of activities to engage in, places to visit, live music to listen to, and food to enjoy. If you like outdoor activities and want to beat the heat, head to Barton Springs, a natural 3-acre swimming pool in the middle of Zilker Park. This park also has miles of trails for running, walking, and biking. Cedar Park’s H-E-B Center provides plenty of opportunities year-round to experience a variety of entertainers and sporting events. Looking for an adventure? The Lake Travis Zipline is calling your name! If you want a more educational experience, visit the Texas Museum of Science and Technology or take an enriching tour of the Sculpture Garden. For a small city, Cedar Park is full of fun things to do. And, if you want to get weird, Austin is just a short drive away. Our practice offers a competitive salary along with a generous commission structure. Other benefits include health insurance, paid time off, paid holidays, and fun team building activities.

Qualified candidates must hold a Master’s or Doctoral degree in Audiology from an accredited college or university, have or be able to obtain appropriate TX licensure, and be ASHA certified. Recent graduates with rotation through private practice setting, as well as experienced audiologists are welcome to apply.

If you are looking for an opportunity to become part of a tight-knit team at a practice where personal, professional and financial growth is made possible, we encourage you to apply by sending your CV to careers@fuelmedical.com.