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AREA: Bowling Green, OH
TITLE: Clinical instructor
QUALIFICATIONS: Master's in SLP; CCC-SLP; Ohio license or eligible
DESCRIPTION: Clinical supervisor of practicum for SLP master's students, Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Bowling Green State University. Qualifications: Minimum three years clinical SLP experience. Previous clinical supervisory experience preferred. College teaching experience desirable. Part-time position up to 20 hours per week, exact number negotiable. For consideration for Fall 2017, applications must be received by July 1. BGSU is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and encourages applications from women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
CONTACT: Dr. Lynne Hewitt, Professor & Chair; firstname.lastname@example.org
AREA: Athens, OH
TITLE: Ohio University: American Sign Language Lecturer/Associate Lecturer/Senior Lecturer – 3 positions
QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree in Deaf Studies, ASL education, ASL studies, or bachelor’s degree in cultural anthropology or closely related field by the start date. Teaching experience related to ASL. Significant intensive language study and immersion ASL (prefer 5+ years). Preferred Qualifications: Master’s Degree in American Sign Language or related field. ASLTA or NIC Certification. Expertise in any of the following areas: Deaf Culture and Community, Deaf Education, ASL Linguistics, ASL Literature, Disability Studies and/or Second Language Acquisition.
DESCRIPTION: The Division of Communication Sciences and Disorders in the College of Health Sciences and Professions invites applicants for three positions to teach American Sign Language (ASL) on the Athens campus. The Division has recently begun offering a four-course sequence of ASL and is expanding the faculty to cover these courses. These are 9-month full time positions beginning August 14, 2017 at the rank of Lecturer/Associate Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (non-tenure track) depending upon qualifications. The teaching workload will be a minimum of 24 credit hours per year. Other responsibilities may include; recruitment and recommendation of part-time faculty, student recruitment, academic advising, curriculum development, and program review and evaluation. Quick Link to online application: http://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/22638
CONTACT: CONTACT: John W. McCarthy, John.McCarthy.email@example.com, 740.597.1764
AREA: Dayton, OH
TITLE: Speech & Language Pathologist
QUALIFICATIONS: Currently the MCESC is seeking a school – based Speech & Language Pathologist for the 2017 -18 school year. The SLP will be providing services to school age students. The candidate must possess Master’s Degree, current license from the Ohio Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology or eligible for Ohio License, current license from the Ohio Department of Education or eligible for Ohio License.
DESCRIPTION: Works with staff to identify students with suspected speech, language, and hearing impairments. Makes referrals to community agencies and specialist when appropriate. Completes Medicaid paperwork as needed. Helps multi-disciplinary teams formulate and implement (IEP) for students meeting eligibility requirements. Complies with the state model policies and procedures for the education of children with disabilities. Collaborates with staff to ensure that services are provided in the least restrictive educational environment. Obtains student information using a variety of sources. Follows proper procedures to secure permission for the release of reports and records. Administers diagnostic tests. Assesses articulation, voice, fluency, and language skills. Interprets results and recommends intervention strategies. Helps parents and students understand therapy goals and how they relate to the educational program. Prioritizes and constructs a therapy schedule. Provides indirect speech/language services to students in their classrooms through collaborations with teachers. Uses the information in the IEP to prepare and carry out therapy activities. Evaluates and documents therapy progress. Shares information with team members as needed to support educational and/or behavioral goals. Provides periodic student goal progress reports to parents. Makes a referral for a multi-factored assessment when a need is indicated. Performs evaluations and works with the intervention assistance team as directed. Ensures that all required information is submitted on time. Helps staff develop a balanced program for oral and non-verbal communications and speech improvement. Recommends classroom modifications, teaching techniques, instructional materials, behavioral modification strategies, and/or adaptive equipment that will enhance the educational process. MCESC offers an excellent benefit package with salary ranging from $52,594.00 to $75,478.00.
CONTACT: Bonita A. Terry, Director of Employee Relations, 200 S. Keowee St. Dayton, Ohio 45402 937.225.4603 x. 3034
AREA: Cincinnati, OH
TITLE: Department Head, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (Extended Search)
QUALIFICATIONS: A doctoral degree (PhD preferred), Eligible for appointment as a tenured, full professor, Expertise in any clinical or basic science area of communication disorders, Possession of CCC-A or CCC-SLP certification and Ohio licensure (or eligibility for the same)
DESCRIPTION: The University of Cincinnati (UC), in partnership with the national search firm of Scott Healy & Associates, invites applications and nominations for the next Department Head for the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD). UC seeks candidates who have a strong record of research and external financial support, teaching, experience with operating a clinical/training facility, and proven visionary leadership. Administrative and leadership experience should include sound fiscal management, strong interest and proficiency in faculty development and mentoring, demonstrated experience in curriculum development and implementation, and proficiency with educational technology. Candidates should possess the ability to effectively express and implement the shared vision of the Department, College, and University. They should demonstrate the ability to establish collaborative working relationships with administrators, faculty, staff, students, and alumni, as well as with individuals from our local and regional communities.
CONTACT: Mr. Christopher S. Healy, Vice President, Scott Healy & Associates, firstname.lastname@example.org
AREA: Statewide, OH
TITLE: Speech Therapist Records Reviewer
QUALIFICATIONS: School Speech Therapist: 1 year, must have performed IEP evaluations for students. Licensed Ohio Speech Therapist and an independent Ohio ORP provider (The applicant can apply for ORP certification after being hired, but cannot start work until certification is received.)
DESCRIPTION: Ohio Public School Districts participating in the Medicaid School Program are seeking part time Speech Therapists to complete online records reviews and refer children for therapy services for speech therapy provided in a school setting. This is an extremely flexible part time position where the employee would work from home. These students have been already fully evaluated/assessed by the School Speech therapist. Each student has an individualized plan of care specific to the school setting (IEP). Hired professionals must hold a current license as a Speech Therapist licensed in the State of Ohio and be enrolled in Ohio Medicaid as an independent “ORP” provider, with an NPI number as well. The applicant must also have worked in a school setting and have an intimate familiarity with the IEP process and IEP software. Payment will be based per record review and related referral. Hourly rate is up to $80.
CONTACT: Contact Frank Bresky at email@example.com
AREA: Cleveland, OH
TITLE: Assistant Professor of Practice Speech and Hearing
QUALIFICATIONS: The School of Health Sciences and the College of Sciences and Health Professions at Cleveland State University (CSU) is seeking to fill a nine-month renewable (non-tenure-track) position for a Professor of Practice Teaching for the Program in Speech and Hearing.
DESCRIPTION: For a full description and to submit your electronic submission, visit http://hrjobs.csuohio.edu/postings/7601
CONTACT: CONTACT: For additional information, contact Sue Ann Neff, M.A., CCC-SLP, Assistant Adjunct Clinical Professor, Chair: Search Committee, School of Health Sciences, Center for Innovation in Medical Professions, P: 216-687-6992, E: firstname.lastname@example.org CSU is an EOE
AREA: Cincinnati, OH
TITLE: Assistant Professor – Educator Track
QUALIFICATIONS: Masters or Doctoral degree (SLPD or PhD), Current certificate of clinical competence, Eligibility for Ohio state licensure. ALL CURRENT CREDENTIALS REFLECTING STATED QUALIFICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION UNDER 'ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS' OFFICIAL ACADEMIC TRANSCRIPTS WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ALL FINAL CANDIDATES
DESCRIPTION: The College of Allied Health Sciences, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is seeking an experienced speech-language pathologist. Primary responsibilities include on-site and local clinical supervision of first and second year students who are enrolled in the University of Cincinnati's MA in Speech Language Pathology program, direct provision of speech language pathology services (medical SLP), clinical teaching one course per semester (campus or online), scholarship, and university service.
AREA: Marion, OH
TITLE: Speech-Language Pathologist - Part time/Full time available
QUALIFICATIONS: Masters Degree, CF/CCC
DESCRIPTION: Seeking Speech Language Pathologists to provide services in a variety of settings: clinic, home care, nursing homes and hospitals. Population from preschool to geriatrics. Excellent salary/benefit package. Marion is centrally located in the state with easy access to cultural and recreational activities. A low cost of living and safe environment makes Marion an attractive community for all ages.
CONTACT: Kavita Serrao, (740) 383-2513, email@example.com
AREA: Piqua, OH
TITLE: Speech Language Pathologist / SLP - Full Time - New Grads Welcome
QUALIFICATIONS: Education/Licensing: Credentialed Graduate of an accredited Speech Therapy program and currently licensed in this state, if required in the state. Experience: Prior experience in Speech Therapy preferred, but not necessary.
DESCRIPTION: Our Company: HCR ManorCare, the leading provider of short- and long-term medical and rehabilitation care, is seeking a passionate and driven Speech-Language Pathologist / Speech Therapist / SLP. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career assisting our patients in a time of need, then we are looking for YOU!
AREA: Huber Heights, OH
TITLE: Full-Time Speech-Language Pathologist
QUALIFICATIONS: Master's Degree, CF's Welcome to Apply
DESCRIPTION: The Laurels of Huber Heights is a dynamic rehab center with a close knit rehab department offering outstanding care to our seniors.
CONTACT: Karen Felty, Rehab Director; firstname.lastname@example.org; 937.236.6707