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AREA: Cincinnati Area Private School

TITLE: Speech and Language Therapist

QUALIFICATIONS: Candidate holds a master's degree, has a minimum of the three years experience working with school aged children and demonstrated knowledge of current best practices and resources; excellent communication, collaboration, and organizational skills a must.

DESCRIPTION: Full-time position starts August 2017 The primary responsibilities of the Speech and Language Therapist are those of diagnosing the speech and language disorders of students, and planning and implementing the overall speech and language program for the assigned students.  Primary areas within the program consist of pragmatics, semantics, syntax and phonology.  Services are delivered individually, in small groups or in the classroom, depending on the students’ needs.  The Language Therapist collaborates closely with other professionals serving each child to optimize outcomes for individual students.

CONTACT: Springer offers a competitive compensation and benefit package. Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit an application to Principal Eldrich Carr, employment@springer-ld.org. Please no phone calls.

Expires: 2017-11-15

AREA: Powell, OH

TITLE: Speech-Language Pathologist

QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed, certified speech-language pathologist with a minimum of 5 years experience.  Pediatric experience preferred.

DESCRIPTION: The Language & Literacy Clinic in Powell, OH has an immediate opening for a part-time or full-time speech-language pathologist interested in private practice.  Flexible work hours in a comfortable, collaborative work setting with opportunities for personal and professional growth.   Must be willing to form your own LLC.   Office space and referrals will be shared with an experienced SLP/Dyslexia Therapist and another dyslexia specialist.  Diagnostic and therapy materials are currently available at the office and shared use can be negotiated to help reduce start-up expenses.

CONTACT: Contact Marianne La Rosa, M.A./CCC-SLP, C/AOGPE at language2literacy@gmail.com or 614-595-9448 to schedule a phone interview and office visit.

Expires: 2017-10-19

AREA: Cincinnati, OH

TITLE: Clinical Audiologist

QUALIFICATIONS: Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Doctoral degree in Audiology
  • Certification of Clinical Competency in Audiology from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association and/or American Board of Audiology Certification
  • Active license to practice in the state of Ohio
  • Experience working with electronic medical records systems

DESCRIPTION: The Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati (HSDC) is a non-profit, community agency founded in 1925, dedicated to providing advocacy, education, outreach and service for persons and their families who need assistance regarding hearing, speech, language and/or d/Deafness.  HSDC is seeking a licensed Audiologist to manage patient care at HSDC locations and/or contract sites involving persons with suspected or known hearing loss; promotes hearing conservation and conducts hearing screening and educational outreach in the community This position may be full or part-time. Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Meets with patients and families with suspected or know hearing loss and administers diagnostic audiometric evaluations ( to include case history, otoscopic inspection, audiometry, emittance testing, otoacoustic emissions testing and other tests/instruments to measure hearing sensitivity, word recognition abilities, middle ear status and functioning of the outer hair cells of the inner ear) including interpretation of results. Makes recommendations as appropriate to include referral to medical, educational, vocational and other related specialties.
  • Counsels patients and families about treatment options to enhance communication including amplification options, ALDs, aural rehabilitation classes, effective communication strategies.
  • Coordinates implementation of treatment to include determination of appropriate product, obtaining accurate ear impressions, fits, programs and fine tunes hearing aid or device, provides aural rehabilitation, repairs hearing aids in house or assists with shipment to manufacturer, provides patients with custom swim molds, noise plugs and other accessories.
  • Completes administrative duties to include the development and maintenance of clinical records and paperwork associated with hearing aid fittings in a timely manner, assists in managing hearing aid and device stock, materials, hardware and software.

CONTACT: Please send resume to Donna Wanstrath  dwanstrath@hearingspeechdeaf.org  

Expires: 2017-10-19

AREA: Cincinnati, OH

TITLE: Director of Clinical Services -Audiologist

QUALIFICATIONS: Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Doctoral degree in Audiology
  • Five years related supervisory experience
  • Certification of Clinical Competency in Audiology from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association and/or American Board of Audiology Certification
  • Active license to practice in the state of Ohio
  • Experience working with electronic medical records systems

DESCRIPTION: The Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati (HSDC) is a non-profit, community agency founded in 1925, dedicated to providing advocacy, education, outreach and service for persons and their families who need assistance regarding hearing, speech, language and/or d/Deafness.  HSDC is seeking a licensed Audiologist to provide clinical leadership to the audiology, speech and occupational therapy team. This position will be full time, supervising clinical audiology staff and collaborating with speech and OT staff to provide clinical oversight and the implementation of clinical best practices. This position also provides limited clinical service delivery. Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Function as a leader for day-to-day clinical operations with direct accountability to the CEO
  • Provides direct clinical supervision of Audiologists engaged in patient care services to ensure standards of practice are met.
  • Provides specialized patient care in the area of Audiology
  • Acts as liaison with other departments, other specialists, and outside agencies
  • Develops and implements the strategic direction, goals and objectives for the Clinical Services Department.
  • Develops annual budget (including fees for services and products)
  • Determines, plans for, obtains and expends resources necessary to successfully complete organizational objectives
  • Develops performance measures of the department
  • Reviews and analyzes operating policies, practices and procedures
  • Oversees all clinical activities to ensure that all legal, ethical, moral and safety considerations are followed as appropriate
  • Ensures all contract requirements are delivered as appropriate
  • Provides staff leadership to Board Committees and the board as directed

CONTACT: Please send resume to Donna Wanstrath, Director of Finance & HR, dwanstrath@hearingspeechdeaf.org

Expires: 2017-10-18

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: s.a.neff@csuohio.edu CSU is an EOE

Expires: 2017-10-08

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.

CONTACT: For more information, please contact Lisa N. Kelchner, PhD. Interim Department Head, lisa.kelchner@uc.edu. To apply for this position please visit: http://bit.ly/2nErD2Y

Expires: 2017-10-08

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, mshc1@marion.net

Expires: 2017-09-25