Category Archives: Current Graduate Students

Full Time Perm SLP Positions – Peds & Adult

Heart & Soul Healthcare 

Pediatrics – CFs considered:
• Florida:  OP Clinic in the Ft. Lauderdale area
• North Dakota: OP Clinic an hour a half west of Bismark
Adult/Medical – CFs considered:
• North Dakota: SNF in NW ND near Dakota Park
• Louisiana: SNF 45 minutes northeast of Alexandria
• Alabama: SNF an hour northwest of Dothan
We specialize exclusively in securing quality Full Time Perm – Direct Hire PT, OT, SLP positions in all settings nationwide.  With over a decade of industry expertise, we’re here to help!

If interested, contact  Kent Skates (Owner, Recruiter):
Call/Text:  (205) 563-8262
Email:  kent@heartandsoulhc.com

Work Study Career Development Office Assistant

Nature of Organization
The Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy & Governance is a preeminent school of public policy and management, serving over 500 students in three graduate degree programs: Master of Public Administration, Executive Master of Public Administration, and Ph.D. in Public Policy & Management. The school has earned a distinguished reputation for producing insightful policy analyses and fostering constructive community debate about major policy issues. The Evans School prepares leaders for professions in the public and private sectors and nonprofit organizations.
The Student Services team at the Evans School strives to provide students with the support they need to be successful throughout their time at the Evans School and beyond graduation. The Student Services team encompasses admissions, academic advising, career development, student organization advising, equity and inclusion work, and addressing other student needs.
The Evans School believes that our community should reflect the diverse backgrounds, opinions, experiences, and perspectives evident in the world in which we live. We strive for substantive inclusion and equity and continually work to increase our awareness and understanding of ourselves and the communities we serve.

Job Description
The Career Development team at the Evans School is seeking a part-time work-study office assistant to
support in managing job and internship postings, employer and student email inquiries, social media
management, and administrative responsibilities supporting the greater Student Services team.

This position is only open to graduate and undergraduate students with work-study eligibility.

Responsibilities

  • Significant data entry, data maintenance, and system management in EvansJobs career
    management system (Symplicity CSM software)
  • Respond to and follow up on emails from employers and campus/community partners in timely and professional manner
  • Troubleshoot student issues or questions regarding the EvansJobs career management system (Symplicity CSM software)
  • Search relevant job boards and listservs for MPA-relevant positions and professional
    development opportunities and post in EvansJobs
  •  Support Career Development team in developing marketing material for events
  • Support in management of Career Development social media (curating content for posting,
    engaging with various stakeholders, responding to inquiries)
  • Assist Career Development staff with special projects, programs, and other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications

  • Student MUST have work study authorization
  • MUST be available to work 10-19 hours per week for the duration of the 2020-2021 school
    year
  • Demonstrate discretion and ability to respect privacy and maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to quickly learn how to navigate and maintain databases and documents, including
    Sharepoint and Excel
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including proofreading, editing, and professional correspondence
  • Strong investigational skills and keen attention to detail
  • Organized, conscientious, punctual, willing to pitch in where needed

Preferred Qualifications

  • Familiarity with graduate students and programs, or a desire to pursue a graduate degree in the future
  • Knowledge of, or interest in The Evans School MPA (and/or a career in public service)
  • Experience with graphic design (ex. Canva, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Publisher)
  • Interest in social media strategy and content management (ex. LinkedIn, Facebook)

Job Hours and Pay Rate

  • The pay rate for this position is $16.39/hour. Work schedule will be flexible around student classes.
  • Virtual schedule is flexible with the preference for availability during business hours, but upon return to in-person operations, schedule will be expected to take place between traditional business hours (between8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday). This job is on-going for the 2020-2021 academic school year, and applicants are expected to commit to the entire duration of the school year.
  • The Evans School will be moving into our newly renovated building, Parrington Hall, in
    September/October 2020. It is expected that this position will operate virtually for as long as the university and staff are doing so, but if and when in-person operations resume, would work primarily from the office in Parrington Hall.

Educational Benefits

  • Opportunity to develop professional skills and work in an environment with a diverse population of students, staff, faculty, and community partners
  • Gain skills valuable for careers in human resources, recruiting, career development, student
    services, higher education, organizational management, leadership development and training
  • Strengthen written and verbal communication skills
  • Learn about careers in public policy and governance, as well as gain deep understanding of hiring processes for a variety of government and nonprofit agencies
  • Stay current with job boards and postings across wide spectrum of public service careers
  • Work closely with student services and career development professionals who can assist in your own career development and exploration process

How to Apply
Submit work study award verification form, resume, and short answers (no more than 250 words) to the following two questions to evansjob@uw.edu (Please label subject line of email: Career Development Work Study Application Materials)
1. This role involves providing timely, professional communication with employers, regularly
utilizing online tools (Excel, Sharepoint, databases etc.), and strong attention to detail.
Describe the most relevant experience you have in these areas.
2. Provide an example of a time you used your administrative/organizational skills to improve
the quality of your work?

Applications will be reviewed as received, with a preferred closing date of August 28th

This position is only open to graduate and undergraduate students with work-study eligibility.

Supervision
This position will report to Mellanie Rhae Tanada, Assistant Director of Career Development
(tanadm@uw.edu)

Student Job Posting: Reader/Grader for COMMLD 511 Intro to User Centered Design for Fall 2020

The Communication Leadership graduate program (Comm Lead) is seeking a graduate student to serve as paid grading/feedback support for COMMLD 511: Introduction to User Centered Design in Autumn 2020. It is expected that this position will work approximately 14 hours per week during the term of this quarterly appointment (including class time), not to exceed 177 hours total. Position will be paid $24.00 per hour. There will be a limited number of hours of prep work during Summer 2020 (primarily in September), so the appointment will begin then with a flexible exact start date in early September.

Note: No in-person work is required for this role, given public health and safety recommendations. All work and meetings will be conducted virtually.

In this role, the successful candidate will work closely with instructor David Holmberg, attending the virtual class sessions (10 sessions, 6:00-9:50 PM on Mondays October 5-December 7), helping to monitor the discussion threads, and providing written feedback on a host of assignments.

  • Grades weekly discussion board entries
  • Grades weekly assignments
  • Short practice assignments applying UX skills learned in class. These will include foundational UX artifacts such as user interviews, journey maps, sketching, wireframing, taxonomies, and usability reports. All of the assignments will cumulatively build on each other toward the final project.
  • Grades 1-2 larger assignments
  • The final project involves 1) creating a working prototype of an app based on real user problems identified at the beginning of the quarter (and which will be the basis for all of the weekly assignments), 2) a case study which details out the steps involved to create the app.

Qualifications:

  • Current UW graduate student through Autumn 2020
  • Experience with UX or design thinking is a must. Candidates should display knowledge or coursework on UX

Comm Lead is a professional graduate program, offering Master of Communication Degrees in Digital Media as well as Communities & Networks. Students range in age from 22-40+ and many work full time, coming to school after hours. This course is an elective option that also meets the program’s Research Methods core requirement.

COMMLD 511: Introduction to User Centered Design

This course focuses on the fundamentals of user experience (UX) design, focusing on the skills and concepts needed to successfully design products and services for humans (otherwise known as the human-centered design process). We will learn the principles of design thinking, so that students come away from the class with a framework for understanding how to identify real user problems, design solutions for how to solve those problems, and then test those solutions with real people.

Over the course of the quarter, students will learn the foundations of user experience design, covering the entire cycle from ideation to implementation, and all of the design phases in between. We will cover a wide range of UX skills, including user research, user journeys, sketching, wireframing, principles of information architecture, prototyping, and usability studies. Additionally, we will consider the larger ethical questions raised by designing products in the digital age.

To apply, please submit an unofficial transcript, CV/resume, and cover letter explaining your qualifications for the position through Handshake (Job Posting 3878443) by noon on July 31, 2020. Questions can be directed to commlead@uw.edu.

Paid Opportunity for Students: How Huskies Heal Interview Team

Build Community Through Discussions on Healing: Apply to the How Huskies Heal Interview Team!

Each member of our UW community has diverse views based on different life experiences, value systems, and notions of health. Winner of the 2020-2021 Husky Seed Fund AwardHow Huskies Heal will be a published anthology of interviews with members of the UW community that discuss the subjectivity of healing. We hope How Huskies Heal will illustrate there is no one-size-fits-all approach to healing, and function as a novel resource for current and future professionals in providing collaborative care.

By interviewing Husky students, faculty, and staff, Interview Team members will explore and engage with diverse views on healing. This is a  paid opportunity and interview content will be published in the final How Huskies Heal publication in Spring 2021. Ideal candidates are Health Sciences students interested in cultivating therapeutic communication skills and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Applicants must complete the Catalyst Survey application by August 5th, 2020, be a current UW student (Health Sciences students preferred) and not a current or recent employee of the UW, possess strong communication skills, and have interest in cultivating therapeutic communication skills and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Please refer to the attached flyer for information on Interview Team member duties, application requirements, and payment for services.

If you have any questions about the project and/or application, please email howhuskiesheal@uw.edu.

Part-Time SLP/CF Positions at Seneca Family of Agencies (WA)

Seneca Family of Agencies, a nonprofit mental health agency that supports children and families, is hiring Part – time Speech and Language Pathologist positions in Washington!

We are looking for current and upcoming graduates who are driven to support children and families through the most difficult times in their lives. We especially appreciate students who value diversity and want to give back to their communities with a career directly impacting youth. In addition to a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package, we provide individual and group clinical supervision, ongoing training and professional development, and assistance towards licensure.

Job Summary:

Responsibilities:

  • Provide speech and language services to identified students.
  • Assess students who appear to be in need of speech and language treatment.
  • Attend IEPs and evaluation student progress as required by the IEP review process

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in speech pathology or related field required
  • Washington Educational Staff Associate (ESA) for public schools (can obtain after hire)
  • Washington State License
  • Certification of Clinical Competence, or Clinical Fellow application
  • Valid driver’s license and insurability through Seneca’s automobile policy
  • Fulfillment of TB test, fingerprinting and state clearance, and any other mandatory state/federal requirements

Full Job Description:

You can find the full job description by clicking here. 

Application:

To apply, visit the Seneca website by clicking here.

If you want to learn more about the work, please contact Tiwa Oladipupo at tiwa_oladipupo@senecacenter.org or the Seneca recruiting team at recruit@senecacenter.org.

International Student Panel: Fellowships for Graduate Study in the U.S.

International Student Panel: Fellowships for Graduate Study in the U.S. 

5:30pm, Wednesday, May 27. 

Register to attend this online session.

 

WHAT: A panel of five to six current UW graduate fellows describe their experiences and offer tips on applying for fellowships as international students.  To maximize the benefit you receive from this panel, we recommend reading about the fellowship(s) you want to pursue before you attend the panel session.

CONFIRMED PANELISTS: 

  • UW graduate and professional students: Robyn Davis, Graduate School Office of Fellowships & Awards
  • UW Seattle undergraduate students and bachelor’s alumni: Emily Smith, and Robin Chang, Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards

Core Programs Virtual End-of-Year Celebrations for First-Gen and International Graduate Students

Core Programs—Office of Graduate Student Affairs in the UW Graduate School cordially invites you to attend our free, virtual end-of-year celebrations for *first-gen graduate students and international graduate students! Celebrate milestones and achievements online, build community with peers, and more!

  • International grad student event, June 11, 4–5 p.m.
  • First-gen grad student event, June 12, 3–4 p.m.

Please register in advance (UW NetID required).

If you are *first-gen and also an international grad student, you can attend both events by submitting a registration form for each event.

*A first-gen graduate student is in the first generation of their family to earn a Bachelor’s degree—and is now working towards a graduate degree.

CF Position Available at Southwest Rehabilitation (OR)

Job Description:

SOUTHWEST REHABILITATION IN NORTH BEND, OREGON HAS (1) FULL-TIME POSITION AVAILABLE FOR ONE (1) CLINICAL FELLOWSHIP (CF) IN SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY.

Opportunities Include:

  • Training in all aspects of medical Speech-Language Pathology

Responsibilities Include:

  • Evaluation of patients from the age of 0 to 99+ in all patient care settings
  • Design and implementation of a care plan
  • Accurate and timely documentation at all facilities served
  • Collaboration with physicians, nursing, respiratory, dietary, and other treatment disciplines in order to meet our unique patient needs
  • Participation in team conferences, rounds, and meetings

Southwest Rehabilitation Information:

SOUTHWEST REHABILITATION is a privately owned, medically based, treatment facility which offers diagnostics and treatment in:

  • Hospitals
  • Clinic
  • Skilled nursing facilities
  • Transitional homes
  • Home health
  • Hospice
  • Outpatient facilities

SOUTHWEST REHABILITATION has been in business in North Bend, Oregon since 1989 and is owned and operated by a Speech-Language Pathologist with over 30 years of experience.

SOUTHWEST REHABILITATION partners with local physicians and surgeons to provide coordinated care for patients with:

  • Ventilator dependency
  • Tracheostomy
  • Total laryngectomy
  • Dysphagia
  • Acute stroke
  • Neurologic impairments
  • Autism
  • Auditory processing
  • Feeding issues

…and many more etiologies for both the adult and pediatric populations.

Location:

SOUTHWEST REHABILITATION is located at 2085 Suite A, Inland Drive in North Bend, Oregon and services the communities of Coos Bay, North Bend,  Bandon, Coquille, and Myrtle Point. We recently moved into a new facility with multiple treatment rooms, including a pediatric treatment room with a parent viewing area, a communication disorders preschool, and a medical tx room for stroboscopy, TEP changes and more.

Lifestyle:

We are located on the Southern Oregon Coast with the Coastal Mountains and the ocean right at your fingertips! A perfect location for someone who loves the outdoors. There is no sales tax in Oregon.

Application:

Visit our website at by clicking here for more information about our facility or call Melody Sheldon, MA., CCC-SLP at 541/252-1290.

Graduate Assistant Position Available at the Evans School

The Evans School is seeking a Graduate Assistant – Career Development to support Career Development programming, administration, and advising for our office for academic year 2020-2021. The position is classified as student hourly non-exempt employee (https://hr.uw.edu/comp/student-employees/) paid at a rate of $16.72/hour.

This graduate assistant will have the opportunity to gain a broad understanding of the field of Career Development and its role within Student Services, as well as gain experience with career counseling, program and project management, and strategic planning. We will consider graduate students from across all disciplines who have an interest in higher education and/or exploring the field of career development.

Full description is attached. We will accept applications through May 31, with interviews and hiring decision made in June, and work beginning in September before the start of the academic year.

Application:

Student should submit materials and/or reach out with questions to evansjob@uw.edu.

The full position description can be found by clicking on the following attachment: Evans Career Dev AY20-21_UW hourly GSA.

SLP Position at Wolf Point Public Schools (MT)

WOLF POINT PUBLIC SCHOOLS
SCHOOL DISTRICT #45-45A, WOLF POINT, MONTANA 59201

Speech Pathologist: Wolf Point, MT
Salary: Base $36,276 – $66,942 (will pay at least 10 years of experience)
Closing Date: Until filled

Job Description:

  • Mission of Position: To assist speech/language impaired students in the educational environment.
  • Job Goal: To reduce and eliminate communicative disorders that interfere with the individual student’s ability to derive full benefit from the district’s educational program.
  • Performance Responsibilities: Serve as a resource to staff in the development of a balanced program for oral communication and speech improvement. Provide therapeutic programs to meet individual needs of speech/language impaired children at Southside, Northside, Junior/Senior High and Head Start. Assist and guide teachers in referring suspected speech/language impairments. Provide a through assessment and diagnosis of speech, voice, fluency, language, and swallowing disorders. Provide a thorough assessment and diagnosis of speech, voice, fluency, language, and swallowing disorders. Provide screenings to identify possible speech/language impairments at the preschool, kindergarten and first grade levels. Assist in proper referrals of individuals to agencies and specialists as appropriate. Participate in all appropriate CST and IEP meetings. Collaborates with classroom teachers and other staff to implement therapy when appropriate. Provide information and support to parents and families when appropriate. Provide in-service and serves as a consultant to teachers and staff on topics concerning speech/language improvement. Keep ongoing records for individual students receiving speech therapy. Supervise speech aides in accordance with the administrative rules of Montana. Complete Medicaid billing for qualified speech/language impaired students. Maintain student files in accordance with OPI policies.

Benefits include: 100% paid Single Health Insurance Premium or 90% paid Two-Party,
Parent/Child or Family Insurance Premium.

Application:

If you should have any questions please contact Superintendent Loverty Erickson at 406-653-5540 for job details and for application process.

Closing Date: Until filled

Start Date: August 17, 2020

School Information:

DISTRICT OFFICE

  • 213 6th Avenue South
  • 406.653.2361
  • Fax: 406.653.1881

HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIOR HIGH

  • 213 6th Avenue South
  • 406.653.1200
  • Fax: 406.653.3104

NORTHSIDE SCHOOL

  • 710 4th Avenue North
  • 406.653.1653
  • Fax: 406.653.2368

SOUTHSIDE SCHOOL

  • 415 4th Ave. South
  • 406.653.1480
  • Fax: 406.653.1483