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The VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System (VAGLAHS) is one of the largest health care facilities within the Department of Veterans Affairs, serving the 1.4 million Veterans who reside throughout Los Angeles, Ventura, Kern, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo counties. VAGLAHS consists of an acute care medical center, two ambulatory care centers, and ten community-based outpatient clinics and is affiliated with both UCLA and USC Schools of Medicine.

The Speech Pathology Department consists of nine full-time SLPs and serves the ICU, PCU, TCU, General Medicine, and Acute Rehab Units within the medical center as well as Community Living Centers, a Hospice unit, and a busy outpatient clinic. The department has close working relationships with many other services and is part of the Acute Rehab Team, ALS Clinic, Head & Neck Tumor Board, Parkinson’s Disease, Research, Education, and Clinical Center (PADRECC), and  Polytrauma Clinic, among others.  The Clinical Fellow will gain training and experience in the assessment and treatment of adults with aphasia, cognitive communication impairment, dysphagia, motor speech, and voice disorders in addition to working with special patient populations including head & neck cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, TBI, trach/vent, and AAC.



o   The Clinical Fellowship (CF)  is a 12 month appointment and tentatively scheduled to begin July – August 2022.

o   The CF will work 40 hours per week (Monday-Friday) with a compensation package that includes salary, health benefits, and sick and annual leave.

o   This is a temporary appointment without potential for permanent employment.

o   Only US citizens are eligible to apply.

o   Applicants with a strong academic background and/or clinical experience in neuroscience, neurogenic cognitive/ communication disorders, voice, and dysphagia are preferred.



  • letter of interest
  • resume
  • graduate transcript (may be unofficial)
  • two letters of recommendation from faculty or clinical supervisors
  • Send documents as a single PDF.
  • Email subject should read “2022 CFY”.
  • All application packets must be emailed by Friday, April 8, 2022 to be considered.


Please contact Nayiri Adessian, MS, CCC-SLP at nayiri.adessian@va.gov or 310-268-3701 with any questions.


CFY Cincinnati Voice & Swallowing


College of Medicine  





Fall 2022-Summer 2023

Application Deadline: April 15th, 2022  

Applications will be reviewed after the deadline and selected applicants will be contacted for interviews by April 29th. 

Link to the posting: jobs.uc.edu/job-invite/77268

As one of the oldest medical schools in the country, the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (COM) has a reputation for training best-in-class health care professionals and developing cutting-edge procedures and research that improves the health and clinical care of patients. In partnership with the UC Health academic healthcare system and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, College of Medicine’s doctors are transforming the world of medicine every day. The Department of Otolaryngology is a top-tier department with renowned faculty and staff. With world-class research, teaching and medical practice opportunities, why not choose the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine?

UC is one of the largest employers in the Cincinnati region, employing over 15,000 full time and part time faculty, staff and student workers. The College of Medicine, Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, is looking for a Speech & Language Pathologist. This position will support the University’s mission and commitment to excellence and diversity in our students, faculty, staff and all our activities.

The University of Cincinnati Voice, Swallowing & Airway Center in collaboration with the Divisions of Laryngology and Head & Neck Surgery, is pleased to offer a 9-month intensive clinical fellowship opportunity in the areas of swallowing & voice disorders.

The applicants must have foundational knowledge in anatomy and physiology of the head and neck and experience including:

–       Coursework in voice and swallowing disorders, especially head and neck anatomy.

–       Medical Speech-Language Pathology practicum experience (preferably in voice and swallowing disorders).

–       Practicum experience in conducting and documenting videostroboscopic evaluations & Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES).

–       MBSimp (student version or clinician) reliability zone completion of at least 80% for each component.

During the fellowship, trainees will develop skills in the following:

–       Independent use of rigid and flexible endoscopy to perform videostroboscopic voice evaluations.

–       Independent in ability to perform FEES and Videoflouroscopic Swallow Studies


–       CSL and PAS for acoustic and aerodynamic assessment of voice and airway.

–       Developing and implementing treatment plans for patients with voice & swallowing disorders.

–       Communication skills for use in multidisciplinary team including laryngologists & head and neck surgeons, nurse navigators, CNPs/PAs/RNs, dieticians, social work, physical/occupational therapists.

–       Clinical research.

–       Evidence-based medicine


Clinical fellows are required to participate in additional learning/service opportunities outside of immediate patient care including:

–       Clinical research (either new or ongoing initiatives) with a potential for a poster/oral presentation at a state or national conference

–       Monthly multi-institutional SLP journal club

–       Quarterly Voice & Swallowing Rounds with ENT residents

–       Fellowship quality improvement project

–       Attendance of head & neck support group

–       Participation in periodic educational opportunities through the Dept. of Otolaryngology.

Other Information:
–       The fellowship is for 9-month commitment.
–       This experience satisfies accreditation requirements for ASHA CCCs and Ohio SLP licensure.
–       The position is temporary and only for the 9-month term
–       Applicants with previous practicum experience in voice & swallowing are preferred.
–       Please apply at the link below including:
1.       Letter of intent and CV in pdf format.
2.       Letter of recommendations or contact info for your references (name, email and phone no.)

SLP Wichita Falls, TX (CFY)

SLP for Wichita Falls, TX – adults and pediatrics. We will provide training to new grads!


Not-For-Profit Facility:

§  Multi-disciplinary team serving both adult and pediatric clients

§  Large ST staff-enhances the ability for mentorship

§  Flexible work schedules

§  Supportive business office staff to handle billing, scheduling and insurance authorization

§  Focus on doing the right thing, despite insurance carrier demands

§  Quarterly bonus opportunities

§  License reimbursement and ASHA dues

§  Annual CEU allowance

§  Development plan opportunities



§  Conveniently located between the DFW and OKC metros (2 hours)

§  Surrounding lakes and Wichita mountains within an hour

§  Lower cost of living

§  Two universities

§  Sheppard AFB, which hosts the Euro NATO pilot training program


Speech and language therapy is provided to both children and adults, enabling them to reach their optimal level of communication or swallowing function.

We offer effective treatment for clients with disorders that include:

  • Language
  • Neurological
  • Motor Speech
  • Fluency
  • Voice
  • Swallowing
  • Hearing
  • Auditory Perceptual


Specialty Programs:

  • Aquatic Speech Therapy
  • Vital Stim
  • Deep Pharyngeal Neuromuscular stimulation
  • Aural Rehab for cochlear implants

If you are interested in learning more about this position, please email your resume to: pam@murdockrecruiting.com

CFY Henry Ford Health System

Clinical Fellowship Opportunities at Henry Ford Health System

Henry Ford Health System is accepting applications for 3 speech-language pathology clinical fellowship positions for the 2022-2023 academic year. The opportunities include adult acute care, pediatric outpatient, and adult outpatient. The fellowships are 12 months in duration and are composed of a series of clinical rotations in the area of emphasis and observation experiences in other areas (e.g. specialty clinics). Clinical fellows will be supervised by
a variety of clinicians to expand their repertoire of clinical practice patterns.

The adult acute care fellow will gain expertise in evaluation and continued assessment with various patient populations including neurological disorders, brain tumor, surgical patients, and ventilator/tracheostomy
dependent patients. We ask that applicants have internship experience in an acute care medical setting, basic understanding of cranial nerves, ability to differentially diagnose aphasia and dysarthria, and basic knowledge of dysphagia diagnosis and treatment.

The pediatric outpatient fellow will gain expertise in evaluation and treatment of outpatient pediatric populations with a variety of communication disorders including mixed expressive receptive language delay/disorder, developmental articulation/phonological disorder, childhood apraxia of speech, and autism. We ask that applicants have internship experience in pediatric speech-language pathology with children under the age of 5, a strong
interest in pediatrics, and a strong desire to increase knowledge and skill in working with children across a range of communication disorders.

The adult outpatient fellow will learn to provide services in all areas of medical speech-language pathology (aphasia, cognitive-communicative disorders, dysphagia, voice/upper airway, motor speech disorders) and gain specialized experience in videofluoroscopic evaluation of swallowing (VFSS), flexible fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing (FEES), laryngeal videostroboscopy, Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT), respiratory muscle strength training (RMST/EMST), gender affirming voice treatment, and telemedicine. Applicants with a
special interest in voice, upper airway, and swallowing disorders may be intrigued by this fellowship, as our outpatient team works closely with our fellowship-trained laryngologists and operates an interdisciplinary clinic at two satellite locations in Metro Detroit.

How to Apply:
Email a cover letter, resume, transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to Jennifer Peacock by March 1, 2022. Cover letter MUST include the specialty for which you are applying (pediatric outpatient, adult outpatient, or inpatient acute care). Letters of recommendation may be e-mailed directly to Jennifer from the reference, included as a PDF document, or scanned and emailed with the packet.

Jennifer Peacock, M.A., CCC-SLP

For additional information about the clinical fellowship program at Henry Ford Health System, visit:


The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is recruiting for a part-
time Speech-language Pathologist.

Under the supervision of Dr. Sara Jane Webb, projects in the Research in Autism and
the Brain, UW and Psychophysiology and Behavioral Systems lab, SCRI are focused on
the development of individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders, developing methods
to predict development outcomes, assessing engagement of targeted neural systems,
and/or enhancing understanding of outcomes in clinical trials.
The Speech-language Pathologist will provide support for a clinical trial and basic
science research study with children (5-17 years) with 16p11.2 deletion syndrome,
autism and/or other neurodevelopmental disabilities. Job roles include conducting
speech and motor assessments to study participants; creating evaluation reports,
facilitating participant engagement; development and monitoring of research procedures
in relation to the speech and motor assessments; and responsibility for quality
assurance systems to accomplish research goals. Work location will be the Center on
Human Development and Disabilities at the University of Washington, Seattle WA. More
information on the clinical trial can be found here – Safety, Tolerability, and Efficacy of
Arbaclofen in 16p11.2 Deletion – Full Text View – ClinicalTrials.gov

Required Education/Experience:
– Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited university. Current
students with anticipated graduation date of June 2022 are welcome to apply.

Required Credentials:
– Washington State Licensure as a Speech-Language Pathologist. Current students with
anticipated graduation date of June 2022 are welcome to apply.

– Experience with pediatric population

Please send resumes/cover letters to
Megha Santhosh (Research Supervisor)


Renown Regional in Reno, NV is hiring a full time SLP to join our team. Located just an hour away from gorgeous Lake Tahoe! Renown Regional is the only Level II Trauma Center in the region and is also a Comprehensive Stroke Center. We have 5 ICUs including a NICU and PICU. Our team of 17 SLPs has access to VFSS and FEES. Acute care experience is preferred. ** This position is open to CFY and CCC **

If interested, please apply below.

CFY Position

We are looking to hire a medical SLP and I wanted to share to job posting so you could potentially share. CFY’s will be considered! Let me know if you have any questions.
Feel free to share my email with it to field any questions. The job posting itself does not state CFY considered, but they will be!
Melissa Murphy SLP

SLP Needed in Maui


I am reaching out to universities/colleges with prominent SLP programs in that we’re in tremendous need for SLPs here on Maui. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children with special needs/disabilities in the community and helping those children to reach their full potential. Our website is www.imuafamily.org if you would like to take a look at all the great work we do. If you have any information on recent SLP graduates (or soon-to-be graduates) that would love to relocate to one of the most beautiful islands in the world, please have them contact me. We currently have 3 vacancies available and we would love to help our keiki (children) who desperately need these services.