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AREA: Akron, OH

TITLE: PT Faculty - Speech Language Pathology and Audiology

QUALIFICATIONS: Required: Candidate must hold a master’s degree or clinical doctorate in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP). Eligible to hold and ability to maintain an Ohio Speech and Hearing Professionals Board License. Hold an American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competency (CCC-SLP) with a minimum of 9 months of post-certification full-time (or the equivalent) clinical experience as a SLP.  Minimum of 3 years of post-MS/MA/SLPD clinical experience.   Preferred: Minimum of 5 years of post-MS/MA/SLPD clinical experience.  Experience in mentorship / supervision of clinical fellow or graduate students. Experience working with adults and pediatrics with a variety of communications disorders.

DESCRIPTION: The University of Akron (UA) seeks applicants for a clinical teaching (supervision) position in speech language pathology that may include but is not limited to: Spring 2023: Advanced Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language Pathology (Graduate Level) The successful candidate will be responsible for providing part-time clinical instruction for graduate clinicians who are providing speech-language services. Responsibilities of the clinical instructor will include: Clinical instruction of UA graduate clinicians who provide direct service for adult and pediatric clients at the UA Audiology and Speech Center. Specific work responsibilities and courses to be taught will be decided based on overall course offerings by the School of Speech Language Pathology & Audiology, consistent with the College and University workload policies, and commensurate on the needs of the School. The School of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology programs at UA are accredited by the Council of Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. For more info, please see our website: http://www.uakron.edu/sslpa. The School houses an undergraduate program in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, an Au.D. program, and two graduate programs in speech-language pathology. One graduate program in speech-language pathology is campus-based while the other is a collaborative online program. Application Deadline Open until filled, however, review of applicants will begin immediately until the position is filled and needs of the school are met. Applicants should fully describe their qualifications and experience with reference to the minimum and preferred qualifications. This is the information on which the initial review of materials will be based. A resume will not be accepted in place of any information required on the application. Equal Employment Opportunity        Ohio is State of Residence

CONTACT: For more information, please contact Dr. Charles Carlin, Search Chair at carlin@uakron.edu. For complete position details, visit https://www.uakron.edu/hr/job-openings/openings.dot Job ID # 13182 For assistance with your application or attachments please call Cynthia Harm in Human Resources at 330-972-8399.  

Expires: 2023-03-04

AREA: Akron, OH

TITLE: Speech Pathologist- Multiple Openings

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1.  Education: Master’s degree in Speech/Language Pathology is required; Doctorate is preferred
  2. Certification: State of Ohio Licensure in Speech/Language Pathology, Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology [CCC-SLP] from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association [ASHA] is required.
  3.  Years of relevant experience: 3 to 5 years is preferred.
  4.  Years of experience supervising: None.

DESCRIPTION: As medical Speech-Language Pathologists, we have specialized training and expertise in evaluating and treating infants, children, and adolescents with speech, language, voice, fluency, and oral feeding/swallowing disorders. Early speech-language, and oral feeding intervention can help your child reach their full potential and be as independent as possible in school, in the family, and in the community.

  1. Provides comprehensive differential diagnostic evaluations using formal and informal measures.
  2. Provides management/treatment programs for individuals with communicative disorders.
  3. Provides appropriate case management/therapeutic intervention.
  4. Provides appropriate written documentation of services provided.
  5. Assumes responsibility for ancillary/priority services within department and contributes to development of department by participating in special projects/programs.
  6. Other duties as required.

CONTACT: Openings in Akron, OH and Mansfield, OH Apply here: https://careers.akronchildrens.org/jobs?keywords=Speech%20Pathologist&sortBy=relevance&page=1  

Expires: 2023-02-17

AREA: Columbus, Ohio

TITLE: Speech Language Pathologists, F2F and Virtual, Part-Time, Full-Time and PRN Contracting

QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidates will: 1. Evaluate, treat and provide services that increase the promotion of expressive, receptive, cognitive, social and auditory processing skills,2. Possess knowledge and experience in administering standardized screeners and tests (CELF-5, DAYC-2, EVT-3, PPVT-5, GFTA-3, CASL-2, OWLS II, Rossetti, E-LAP, TOPL-2, PLSI, CAPS, TOPF, CLQT, NLM), 3. Appropriately counsel, coach and guide administrators, caregivers and inter-disciplinary staff in their areas of specialty, 4. Embody family-centered values reflective of the company's mission statement, 5. Work collaboratively in diverse settings and 6. Demonstrate a high degree of comfort, utilizing treatment strategies in virtual and F2F fora. Our compensation package for full-time salaried positions ranges from $85,000 - $120,000 a year. Licensing in Speech Language Pathology is required.

DESCRIPTION: Speech Momi Inc. is hiring Speech Language Pathologists, F2F and Virtual, Part-Time, Full-Time, PRN Contracting Speech Momi Inc., a leading provider in Telehealth and Special Ed Services, is happy to announce the launch of the Corporation's newest platform. Purposefully designed to empower and connect families to therapeutic providers, Speech Momi Inc. is meeting the needs of developmentally disabled children and adults. Join us in leading the cause. Speech Momi is hiring and promoting qualified candidates within the field of Speech Language Pathology. SLPs will evaluate and treat clients ages Pre-K to 70+, review IFSPs and medicinal reports, audit client POCs, work collaboratively with multidisciplinary providers (ABA, OT, PT, EI, School Psychologists, SPED Instructors), conduct interdisciplinary workshops, monitor trainings and assist administrative staff across all disciplines. With Modern Virtual Offices worldwide, Speech Momi Inc.'s newest locations are OH, NC, PA, FL, DE, CA and NJ. All of Speech Momi's contractors have access to a culture  of collaboration and support. Placing our focus on an employees-first model, we take care of the logistics, so you can focus on our families. Send us a line and connect. You will find us on LinkedIn and the Web www.speechmomi.com. LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/speech-momi-inc-727355239/  

CONTACT: Interested applicants may forward cover letters and resumes to hrdirectorspeechmomi@gmail.com. Magdalena Valentin BS MS MA CCC-SLP CEO, The Speech Momi Team

Expires: 2023-02-01

AREA: Toledo, Ohio

TITLE: Certified Speech and Language Pathologist

QUALIFICATIONS:

We are looking for a part-time speech and language therapist in well established private practice in Toledo, Oh.  Required:  Licensed in Ohio, ASHA certification, CAQH certified, National Provider Number, Liability Insurance.

DESCRIPTION:

20-25 hours, familiar with outpatient pediatrics, prefer experience.

CONTACT: Please Send Resume to Joy Hyman-Goldberg - Owner/Director hymanhearspeak@aol.com or fax to 419-865-8532

Expires: 2023-03-07

AREA: Columbus, Ohio

TITLE: Speech-Language Pathologist

QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in speech/language pathology. Hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Hold or be actively acquiring a license in speech pathology from the State of Ohio. Hold license in speech pathology from the Ohio Department of Education, if necessary. Meet the health standards of the Ohio Department of Health, if required as a part of a specific clinical assignment (ex. preschool, school contract). Meet CMS mandate requirements including being fully vaccinated against COVID allowing for accommodations as the law requires. Physical requirements: must be able to lift up to 30 pounds, must be able to sit on the floor to interact with young children for extended periods of time, and must be able to move efficiently and quickly from one position to another.

DESCRIPTION: Position Title: Full-time Speech Language Pathologist Department: Speech Source of Supervision: Director of Clinical Services Classification: Regular, Exempt Function: To provide diagnostic and therapeutic services to children and adults of all ages with communication disorders in speech and/or language. 1. Manage clinical caseload for all assigned clients. Clinical responsibilities include completing screenings, evaluations, treatment and/or consultative recommendations, generating all necessary client documentation, providing volunteer training/supervision if indicated, and meeting the high standards of the Center as described in our mission, vision, and core values. 2. Provide services at the Main Center, contract sites, community-based preschools, and/or community-based childcare facilities, as assigned. 3. Follow all policies and procedures of the Center as outlined in the Center and departmental manuals (ex. meeting deadlines for documentation, adhering to attendance standards, adhering to the dress code, etc.). 4. Complete special assignments, as requested (ex. sub for group programs, serve on committees; provide in-service trainings to peers, etc.). Participate in at least one community event (ex. health fair, community presentation, walk-a-thon, etc.) per year. 5. Work with the Director of Speech Services to determine a work schedule that meets the needs of the Center. 6. Attend weekly Department Staff Meetings and monthly Center Staff Meetings, unless excused by the Director of Speech Services. 7. Create and meet annual goals as a part of the performance review process, including meeting department productivity standards. Hours for this position are Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am - 6:30 pm

CONTACT: Contact: Julia Felts email: jfelts@columbusspeech.org

Expires: 2023-03-03

AREA: Columbus,Ohio

TITLE: Part-Time Evening Speech Language Pathologist

QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in speech/language pathology. Hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Hold or be actively acquiring a license in speech pathology from the State of Ohio. Hold license in speech pathology from the Ohio Department of Education, if necessary. Meet the health standards of the Ohio Department of Health, if required as a part of a specific clinical assignment (ex. preschool, school contract). Physical requirements: must be able to lift up to 30 pounds, must be able to sit on the floor to interact with young children for extended periods of time, and must be able to move efficiently and quickly from one position to another.

DESCRIPTION: Position Title: Part-Time Evening Speech Language Pathologist Department: Speech Source of Supervision: Director of Clinical Services Classification: Regular, Non-Exempt Function: To provide diagnostic and therapeutic services to children and adults of all ages with communication disorders in speech and/or language. 1. Manage clinical caseload for all assigned clients. Clinical responsibilities include completing screenings, evaluations, treatment and/or consultative recommendations, generating all necessary client documentation, providing volunteer training/supervision if indicated, and meeting the high standards of the Center as described in our mission, vision, and core values. 2. Provide services at the Main Center, contract sites, community-based preschools, and/or community-based childcare facilities, as assigned. 3. Follow all policies and procedures of the Center as outlined in the Center and departmental manuals (ex. meeting deadlines for documentation, adhering to attendance standards, adhering to the dress code, etc.). 4. Complete special assignments, as requested (ex. sub for group programs, serve on committees; provide in-service trainings to peers, etc.). Participate in at least one community event (ex. health fair, community presentation, walk-a-thon, etc.) per year. 5. Work with the scheduler and managers to determine a work schedule that meets the needs of the Center. 6. Create and meet annual goals as a part of the performance review process, including meeting department productivity standards.

CONTACT: Contact: Julia Felts, Program Manager Email: jfelts@columbusspeech.org

Expires: 2023-03-03