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Research Project Specialist - KU
6/17/21


The Comprehension and Language Learning (CALL) Lab at the University of Kansas is seeking a part-time (20 hours per week) research project specialist (lab manager) to assist in running several related research projects. The CALL Lab investigates spoken and written language comprehension in individual with autism spectrum disorder. The lab consists of several undergraduate research assistants with varying responsibilities including data collection, coding of audio files, and all day-to-day functions within the lab as well as master’s research assistants who assist with data collection. The research project specialist is responsible for coordinating participants and participant assessments, coordinating and supervising research assistants in the lab, and assisting with and participating in research dissemination. Coordinating participants and participant assessments involves emailing and calling participants and their families to schedule assessments, sending and receiving materials to and from families, and coordinating lab team members for assessments. Supervising lab research assistants in day-to-day lab activities, involves developing lab and project protocols and overseeing research assistant activities for coding and data entry and checking reliability for coding and data entry. Research dissemination responsibilities involve building and maintaining the lab website and social media and may include assisting with writing and editing research posters or articles for dissemination. 

We are seeking a candidate who has experience with children or adults with autism. This position will be supervised by Dr. Meghan Davidson. This position is contingent on satisfactory yearly employee evaluation and continued availability of funding. Starting salary is $25,000. Please see additional details and to apply at https://employment.ku.edu/staff/19335BR. Contact Dr. Meghan Davidson (Email: meghan.davidson@ku.edu; Phone: 785-864-6430) with questions. 

 



Speech-Language Pathologist - KC Metro
6/15/21


Quantum Resource Professionals is seeking part-time and full-time SLPs for placement in multiple districts in the Kansas City metro area. Quantum is a leading provider of healthcare and education staffing services across the US. By joining our team, you’re joining a supportive community of dynamic, ethical speech therapists focused on what’s important--improving students’ lives and feeling fulfilled in the education industry. Our positions allow employees to enjoy real work/life balance.
 
CFs are welcome to apply! We have a great supervised CF experience that will jumpstart you into a successful and rewarding career. Experience the Quantum difference today!
 
Requirements:

  • Kansas SLP licensure (temporary license acceptable) or willingness to obtain
  • Missouri SLP licensure or willingness to obtain
  • CPR BLS certification
  • ASHA CCCs or plan to obtain

 
Our disciplines are run by experienced industry professionals that are passionate about providing quality services. Educators work with educators, and therapists with therapists because your industry peers understand best what you need to be successful and fulfilled in your career. CEU reimbursement funds are available for part-time and full-time employees for obtaining and maintaining licensure, taking courses, and buying materials to benefit your practice.
 
We’re an ethical company that prides itself in offering flexible hours, flexible settings during school breaks, and clinical & professional support to industry colleagues. To be part of a team that appreciates you both professionally and personally, join Quantum today!
 
Visit our website at https://quantum-pros.com or contact Quantum's Midwest Regional Director Anna Robb, M.S., CCC-SLP, for more information at afrobb@quantum-pros.com.


SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST - MANHATTAN-OGDEN
5/26/2021


QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Meet certification requirements as established by the State Department of Education, approved by the Special Education Section of the State Department.
  2. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable and experience working with racially, culturally, linguistically and economically diverse populations.
DIVERSITY:      As an equal opportunity employer, USD 383 is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce.  We believe there is long-term advantage to a leadership team that reflects the diversity of our students, families and staff.
 
REPORTS TO:         Principal/Executive Director of Special Services
 
JOB GOAL:  To help reduce or eliminate speech and hearing impairments that interfere with the individual student’s ability to derive full benefit from the district’s educational program.
 
PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 
  1. Serves as a resource to school staff members in the development of a balanced program for oral communication and speech improvement.
  2. Provides appropriate individualized programs of therapy to meet individual students’ needs and correct existing speech or language handicaps.
  3. Assists and guides teachers in observing, describing, and referring suspected and identified speech and language impairments.
  4. Provides a thorough assessment and diagnosis speech, voice, hearing, and language impairments.
  5. Provides screening to identify speech and/or hearing handicapped children at regular intervals and at specified levels.
  6. Assists in proper referrals of individuals to agencies and specialist in the community as appropriate.
  7. Collaborates with classroom teachers and other school staff members to implement therapy by suggestions for the students’ daily activities.
  8. Provides information, support, and counseling to parents and families when appropriate.
  9. Provides in-service education and serves as a consultant to teachers and school staff members on topics concerning speech improvement.
  10. Keeps thorough ongoing records for the individual student receiving therapy or other school-provided speech services and maintains lists of referred and screened students.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:    
189 day contract. Salary and work year as established by the board.
 
EVALUATION:
Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on evaluation of teachers.
 
The Board shall hire all employees on the basis of ability and the District’s needs: Manhattan Ogden Schools Unified School District 383 is an equal opportunity employer and shall not discriminate in its employment practices and policies with respect to hiring, compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment because of an individual’s race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, disability or age.
 
(This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.)


Instructor, Instructional Level
5/26/2021

Full-Time

Department: Communication Disorders, School of Human Services
Position Overview: The Communication Disorders Program at the University of Central Missouri (UCM) in Warrensburg invites applications for a 9-month instructional faculty member (speech-language pathology) with an expected start date of August 2021. Summer teaching may be available.
Responsibilities include:
• teaching 12 credit hours of undergraduate and/or graduate courses per semester, including supervision of student clinicians;
• providing service to the program, university, and discipline
 
Qualifications:
• Possess a Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology
• Possess a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) for a minimum of 9 months prior to employment
• Hold or be eligible to obtain Missouri licensure
 
To Apply:
Application Review Date : June 7, 2021 or until filled
Applicants must complete an on-line faculty profile, which may be found at https://jobs.ucmo.edu. Apply for the Position Vacancy Announcement 997660. Materials that must be included either on the faculty profile or as an attachment include the (a) cover letter, (b) curriculum vitae, and (c) three professional references (include names, phone numbers, and email addresses). Applicants invited for an interview will need to provide three letters of reference and official transcripts from all universities attended. For more information about the position, contact Carlotta Kimble, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Search Committee Chair, Communication Disorders Program, email address: kimble@ucmo.edu For information about the on-line application process, please contact Human Resources at jobs@ucmo.edu or (660) 543-4255. UCM is an AA/EEO/ADA employer. The University of Central Missouri is an Equal Opportunity employer. We accept applications from qualified applicants regardless of race, gender, or abilities. Minorities, women, disabled, and veterans are encouraged to apply.


On-Site SLP (Kansas) at TeleTeachers 
Larned, Kansas
5/25/21

BE the change you have always wanted to see in special education.

This is your chance! TeleTeachers has a tremendous opportunity for the right Speech-Language Pathologist to make a huge impact on a very special, rural school district. This is an in-person position in Larned, Kansas, a historical town that needs YOUR help NOW. Be instrumental in adding depth of learning for this school district!

US: At TeleTeachers we believe that communication and learning are basic human rights. Every day, children are going without the therapy they need to thrive, and we refuse to sit still until this problem is solved. Our vision is big. It’s exciting. There’s a lot of work to be done, and we cannot do it alone (nor do we want to!). And now we need you to help us expand our offerings to be able to serve school districts in whatever capacity they need.

YOU: are an impact-driven Speech-Language Pathologist looking to make a difference in special education learning. You value COMMUNITY. You are looking to be a part of a company culture that is resourceful, passionate about the work and values your input. And you are adventurous, love shaking things up and always looking for the next challenge!

TeleTeachers is a startup that provides unrivaled support for our providers through our internal team. You will never be placed and forgotten. Our Director of School Partnerships and Provider Management acts as a liaison between our providers and our partner schools, and our providers enjoy full-time support and a healthy resource bank.

Before applying, make sure you have and are able to:

  • Active SLP license in the state of Kansas

  • Certificate of Clinical Competence

  • Availability to commit to the ‘21-22 school year

  • At least 2 years experience in a school-based setting

  • We prefer 1+ year experience providing online therapy (if not, we need you to be tech-savvy and hungry to learn!)

  • Excellent time management skills

  • Provide assessments that are relevant to the presenting concern of the student

  • Design speech therapy treatment plans and interventions in accordance with Special Education policies and procedures 

  • Experience scheduling and carrying out treatment sessions

  • Participate as a member of a multi-disciplinary team to assess, write IEPs, and provide for students with disabilities

  • Complete required documentation including IEPs, progress reports, and Medicaid billing

  • Communicate, instruct, coordinate, and collaborate with teachers, staff, and parent(s) about students therapy plan and strategies

  • Positive problem-solving skills and creativity

  • Have a professional, dedicated space for working remotely

  • Experience working with a diverse student and staff population

  • Passion and talent for working with children

  • Motivated by our vision and values

 Compensation & Benefits:

  • Competitive wages

  • Flexible Scheduling

  • Team collaboration

  • Health Insurance

  • Life Insurance

  • Long term disability

  • Paid time off

  • Opportunity for growth and development

  • 1st month’s rent & grocery stipend provided once hired (one-time flat rate)

    LINK TO APPLY: https://boards.greenhouse.io/teleteachers/jobs/5272428002

As a TeleTeachers SLP, you will have the unique opportunity to enjoy the benefits of remote work. We look forward to growing and becoming successful together!


Speech-Language Pathologist - Kaw Valley
5/12/2021


Kaw Valley School District is seeking to fill a full-time Speech-Language Pathologist for the 2021-2022 school year.

Our team of SLPs meets monthly to collaborate and provide each other with internal professional development. Outside PD development is also encouraged. Manageable caseloads with varied ages and ability levels. Supportive administrative team. Fantastic schools!!! SLPA support.

Responsibilities:

1. Administering and interpreting evaluation results

2. Consulting with parents, teachers, and other school staff.

3. Preschool screenings.

4. Screen and evaluate appropriately referred students.

5. Provide direct therapy in individual and group sessions, focusing on articulation, language, and fluency.

6. Help plan programs to be carried out by teacher/paraeducator at school or by the parents at home as stipulated on the IEP.

7. Consult with regular education/special education teachers regarding students with speech/language concerns who do not qualify for services.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $40,000.00 - $65,000.00 per year

Education:

  • Master's

Work Location:

  • Multiple locations
Contact Sarah Sanders
Director Special Education/Special Services
Kaw Valley School District
Box 578 Rossville, KS 66533
785-584-6731


Speech-Language Pathologist
4/22/21


Russell County USD 407 has an opening for a Speech-Language Pathologist. The successful candidate will manage a schedule based upon the need of students; follows state guidelines and district policies; interprets finds assessment finding to parents, teachers, and principals; performs hearing measurements; and participates in district-wide screenings. The position requires proficient technology skills, the ability to manage a fast-paced work environment, occasional physical exertion to manually move, lift, carry or push heavy objects weighing more than 50 pounds; must have a Master’s Degree and a valid Kansas license at the appropriate level with applicable endorsements. We will consider a full-time or part-time position, and those looking to complete their practicum.
Speech-Language Pathologists shall be placed on the MS+30 pay scale with all credit for all prior teaching experience. 
 
To apply, please complete the Licensed Application at www.usd407.org, and file a resume, letter of interest, 3-5 letters of recommendation and a current copy of your credentials. For more information, contact the Special Education Director, Jen Wilson, at jwilson@usd407.org 785-483-2173.

Speech-Language Pathologist - Heartspring in Wichita

4/9/21

JOB SUMMARY

The Speech Language Pathologist provides speech therapy services to children ages birth to 21 years old in group or individual therapies in the clinic, community, and online settings.  The SLP will help children with special needs and their families gain independence and training through research and evidence-based practices.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Conduct speech therapy assessments, re-assessments, and make recommendations. Develop and implement treatment plan when indicated.
  2. Plan and provide home programs when indicated.
  3. Maintain records of professional documentation on each client for whom speech therapist is responsible within acceptable time. All daily notes should be completed prior to next appointment or by the last business day of the month, whichever comes first. All evaluation, progress notes, re-evaluations and discharge reports should be done within 7 business days or the last business day of the month.
  4. Formulate appropriate goals and objectives per individual child’s needs.
  5. Participate in outreach to the public and medical community.
  6. Participate in training and supervision of clinical education programs for speech therapy students when needed.
  7. Follow KDADS and ASHA code of ethics, and all Heartspring policies and procedures
  8. Maintain positive attitude and effective communication skills with other members of Outpatient Services, Heartspring staff and families.
  9. Read and respond to email daily to promote effective communication.
  10. Promote teamwork, positive work place environment, demonstrate leadership, initiative and support good customer service internally and externally.
  11. Promote and support productivity for the positive bottom line of the budget as defined.
 
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  1. Participate in professional organizations, attend seminars, conferences or workshops and remain current with literature and technology related to the field of speech therapy.
  2. Participate and encourage ideas to enhance new client enrollments.
  3. Provide observation opportunities and supervision for university students or other future professionals in the field.
  4. Other duties as assigned.
EDUCATIONAL, TRAINING, AND LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS
·        Master's Degree in speech language pathology from an accredited college or university
  • Current permanent Kansas Speech Language Pathology license in good standing.
  • Must maintain current licensure with national organization
  • Must successfully complete all required orientation and training conducted by Heartspring staff
  • Must maintain NCI certification (annual)
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
  • Able to perform significant, prolonged, and frequent amounts of walking, standing, sitting, stooping, squatting, bending, twisting, reaching, and kneeling.
  • Able to lift 30 pounds or more.
  • Must prove TB-negative status (either through skin test or examination)
  • Frequent sitting at desk
  • Occasional standing, walking, bending
  • Occasional lifting of up to thirty pounds
WORK ENVIRONMENT
  • Occasional exposure to infectious disease, parasites, bodily fluids, and blood-borne pathogens.
  • Potential exposure to physical contact from students, including slapping, hitting, punching, kicking, head-butting, and biting.
  • Occasional exposure to all weather conditions, including heat, cold, wind, rain, and snow/ice.
  • May require use of personal protective equipment, including gloves, helmets, arm guards, and leg guards.
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
  • Speech-Language Pathology - knowledge of the principles, methods, and procedures for evaluating and determining best approaches to treatment
  • Writing – the ability to communicate effectively in writing in order to convey information effectively
  • Speaking – the ability to communicate effectively orally in order to convey information effectively
  • Analytical Thinking - the ability to analyze information and use logic to address work-related issues and problems

Speech-Language Pathologist
3/15/21


Inspire Therapy is dedicated to enhancing the lives of children and teens through individualized learning programs. Our qualified team provides direct, comprehensive, individualized therapy services in a clinical (center-based) setting. It is our goal at Inspire to provide services in a compassionate, nurturing manner that will lead to positive changes in the lives and future of those we serve.

Our Speech-Language Pathologist's responsibilities include:

  • Conduct speech/language, augmentative communication, and oral motor assessments, re-assessments and make recommendations, develop and implement individualized treatment plans according to need.
  • Develop an individualized plan of care including objective, measurable goals for speech and language outcome targets
  • Complete all required documentation utilizing electronic records system in a timely manner, including but not limited to daily session notes, evaluation reports, progress notes, and discharge notes.
  • Participate as a member of a multidisciplinary leadership team, collaborating for comprehensive treatment planning and ongoing quality of care improvement for Inspire clients and their families
  • Participate in client treatment team meetings as necessary
  • Effectively communicate with and provide guidance to clients, families, and all staff members (including our ABA team)
  • Participate in staff training/ in-service days
  • Abide by Inspire's policies and procedures guidelines

Salary starts at $55,000 annually, negotiable depending upon experience and caseload size.

Requirements:

  • Must possess a current Kansas Speech-Language Pathology license or be eligible for licensure from KSDADS as a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP).
  • Current license to practice in the state of Kansas
  • Experience in early intervention practice preferred
  • Experience working with children with autism spectrum disorders
  • Experience with PECS, ASL, and AAC devices
  •  
  • ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competency preferred, but not required. *Inspire can assist in identifying a supervisor for clinical fellowship

Health insurance, paid time off, continuing education reimbursement and 401k. 

Job Type: Full-time (40 hours)

Pay: From $55,000.00+ per year



Audiology Faculty Position Description
3/5/21


Wichita State University, an Innovation University transforming the world, is seeking applicants for a 12-month, tenure-eligible, faculty position (assistant or associate rank) in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. A PhD or PhD/AuD in Audiology, Speech and Hearing Sciences, or a comparable area (will consider ABD) and ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) are required. Prior university teaching and research experience is preferred. All areas of emphasis will be considered, however, expertise in cochlear implants, clinical audiology, and/or vestibular testing is highly desirable.

The Doctor of Audiology (AuD) program at Wichita State University is a 9-semester (three year accelerated) program with coursework offered in Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. This faculty member will be responsible for teaching courses in the AuD program, conducting research, supervising student capstone projects, and mentoring PhD students as needed. Some clinical supervision of practicum experiences in-house could also be a portion of the responsibilities of this position.

Wichita State University is located in the largest metropolitan area in Kansas. The Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences is housed within the College of Health Professions, and offers the BA, MA, AuD and PhD degrees. The state-of-the-art Evelyn Hendren Cassat Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic provides both speech pathology and audiology diagnostic and therapy services. Five clinical research labs (including one dedicated to audiology) are available for faculty and student endeavors. An Audiology Simulation Lab has been developed and is being expanded for student instruction and faculty research projects.

Wichita has vibrant music, art and theater offerings, and also a wide range of sports teams and venues. Ranked 30th overall (among 150 cities) as “family friendly,” the cost of living in Wichita is affordable, and commuting time within the city is reasonable.

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
• PhD or PhD/AuD in Audiology, Speech & Hearing Sciences, or comparable area (will consider ABD)
• CCC-A
• Licensed or able to be licensed to practice as an Audiologist in Kansas
• Clinical audiology experience
• Evidence of engagement in research
Preferred Experience:
• Prior teaching experience at university level
• Prior research experience
• Preferred clinical experience with cochlear implant mapping and/or advanced diagnostic skills

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Ability to contribute positively to the collegial culture of the Department
Ability to teach courses in his or her field, with a commitment to promoting student scholarship in the classroom, clinic, labs, and research activities
• Ability to work independently and coordinate work with colleagues and peers
• Ability to work successfully with diverse populations
• Strong, effective communication (both oral and written), organizational, interpersonal, problem-solving, creative thinking, and counseling skills
• Willingness to accommodate a variety of learning styles and strategies in instructional delivery and learning activities, including online and blended learning, flexible teaching methods, and applied learning approaches

Inquiries and additional information can be obtained from Search Chair, Dr. Cynthia Richburg at cynthia.richburg@wichita.edu or 316-978-6682. A direct link to the position application can be found at Wichita State University Employment Opportunities | Assistant or Associate Professor. The position is 998429.

Wichita State University (WSU) does not discriminate in its employment practices, or in its educational programs or activities on the basis of age (40 years or older), ancestry, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a veteran. WSU also prohibits retaliation against any person making a complaint of discrimination or against any person involved or participating in the investigation of any such allegation. Sexual misconduct, relationship violence, and stalking are forms of sex discrimination and are prohibited under Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, other federal law, and WSU policy. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding WSU’s non-discrimination policies: the Institutional Equity and Compliance Director (Telephone: (316) 978-3205), Title IX Coordinator (Telephone: (316) 978-5177), or Equal Opportunity Coordinator (Telephone: (316) 978-3186), each located at Wichita State University, 1845 Fairmount, Wichita, KS 67260, Human Resources Building. Offers of employment are contingent upon completion of a satisfactory criminal background check as required by Board of Regents policy.

Speech-Language Pathologist/Director of Clinical Education
12/2/20

The Department of Communication Disorders & Deaf Education at Fontbonne University is seeking applications for a full-time (12-month), tenure-track Assistant Professor & Director of Clinical Education in Speech-Language Pathology for our graduate satellite program in Kansas City, MO to begin June 2021.  The Director will be on-site at the Kansas City location.  Salary commensurate with academic credentials and experiences. Exceptionally well-qualified applicants may be eligible for the rank of associate professor. 
The Director of Clinical Education is responsible for the innovation and leadership of the clinical program. The Director of Clinical Education in Speech-Language Pathology is a clinical leader that must demonstrate innovation, strong management and organizational skills, and a willingness to foster interprofessional practices in student clinicians. Candidates with specialization in child language disorders and pediatric neurodiversity, are particularly encouraged to apply, though applications are welcome from all areas. Candidates must demonstrate evidence of excellence in teaching.
 Responsibilities are based on a twelve-credit hour load per semester (with appropriate release for administrative duties) including the following:

  • Teaching of graduate level course work in speech-language pathology
  • Securing and scheduling internal and external clinical practicum for graduate students
  • Advising graduate students
  • Ensuring adherence to CAA accreditation guidelines
  • Monitoring clinic budget  
  • Marketing clinical services to the community and to professionals
  • Coordinating placements and managing contracts with external sites and preceptors
  • Providing clinical supervision
  • Monitoring graduate students required minimum clinical clock hours and competencies for graduation
The Director of Clinical Education for the satellite site will work in conjunction with the Director of Graduate Studies and the Director of Clinical Education in Speech-Language Pathology at the main campus in St. Louis to maintain innovative and rigorous programming. Other responsibilities include advising, supervision of student-led research, participating in departmental and university service, contributing to a department that is highly committed to interprofessional practice and personnel preparation, and represent and further clinical education by engaging in other service or leadership activities.
A completed Ph.D. in Communication Disorders or a related field is desired by the commencement of the position, although ABD candidates may be considered. Starting salary will be based on qualifications and experience of the applicant. Review of applications will begin by January 1, and will continue until the position is filled.  Applicants should submit a letter of application (including a statement about diversity, equity, and inclusion), curriculum vitae, a statement of research/scholarship interests, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and three letters of recommendation for consideration through our employment page at www.Fontbonne.edu/employment.  Letters of recommendation can be sent via mail to: Linda Pipitone, Director of Human Resources, Fontbonne University, 6800 Wydown Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 63105 or via email at lpipitone@Fontbonne.edu.
Required qualifications:
  • Terminal degree or active candidate for a terminal degree in speech-language pathology or a closely related field
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (current) and eligibility for Missouri license (MO Board of Healing Arts)
  • Experience as a clinical service provider (at least 5 years)
  • Experience with clinical supervision (at least 3 years)
  • Specialization in child language disorders and pediatric neurodiversity
Preferred qualifications:
  • Experience graduate-level course instruction 
  • Experience in student academic advising
  • Experience in telepractice

Fontbonne University, a Catholic coeducational institution, is sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.  The university, set in a lovely residential section of St. Louis County, enrolls approximately 1,100 students in professional and liberal arts programs that promote academic excellence and a commitment to the common good. 
Believing that diversity contributes to academic excellence and to rich and rewarding communities, Fontbonne University is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty, staff and student body.  Candidates from historically under-represented groups, whose work furthers our diversity and inclusion efforts and who bring to campus varied life experiences, perspectives and backgrounds are especially encouraged to apply.
 
Fontbonne University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we honor the values and heritage of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet by fostering excellence, integrity, respect, diversity, community, justice, service, faith and Catholic identity. We are a community that sincerely embraces diversity, and we encourage applicants of any race, religion, disability status, veteran status, age, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Fontbonne University’s College of Education and Allied Health Professions, known locally, regionally and nationally for quality programs, houses the departments of communication disorders and deaf education, education and special education, family and consumer sciences, and social work.

 


Instructor - half-time Communication Disorders & Deaf Education
12/2/20

The Department of Communication Disorders & Deaf Education at Fontbonne University invites applications for a non-tenure track half-time (9-month) position for our satellite program in Kansas City, Missouri to begin August 2021. The candidate must have a minimum of a master’s degree in communication disorders with five years experience with adult neurologic populations, current ASHA certification (CCC-SLP) and eligibility for Missouri licensure as a speech-language pathologist. Responsibilities include teaching and/or clinical supervision for six credit hours per semester. Primary responsibilities will be teaching graduate courses, supervising graduate student clinicians in the on-site speech and language clinic, and contributing to a department that is highly committed to interprofessional practice and personnel preparation.  Summer teaching and clinical supervision opportunities may be available. Starting salary will be based on qualifications and experience of the applicant. Review of applications will begin by January 1, and will continue until the position is filled. 
Applicants should submit a letter of application (including a statement about diversity, equity, and inclusion), curriculum vitae, a statement of research/scholarship interests, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and three letters of recommendation through our employment page at www.Fontbonne.edu/employment.  Letters of recommendation can be sent via mail to: Linda Pipitone, Director of Human Resources, Fontbonne University, 6800 Wydown Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 63105 or via email at lpipitone@Fontbonne.edu.
Required qualifications:

  • Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (current) and eligibility for Missouri license (MO Board of Healing Arts)
  • Minimum of five years of experience as an SLP-CCC with adult neurologic populations
  • Experience in clinical supervision either in the university setting or at clinical settings (e.g., hospitals, schools, private practice clinics, etc.);
Preferred qualifications:
  • Terminal degree in Communication Disorders or related field
  • Experience with the use of evidence-based practice in therapeutic practice with a diverse adult client population
  • Experience in classroom teaching in the area of speech-language pathology
  • Experience in telepractice
  • Effective communication skills necessary for working with the Director of the Clinical Education and Department Chair/Graduate Program Disorder in strengthening clinical education

Fontbonne University, a Catholic coeducational institution, is sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.  The university, set in a lovely residential section of St. Louis County, enrolls approximately 1,100 students in professional and liberal arts programs that promote academic excellence and a commitment to the common good. 
Believing that diversity contributes to academic excellence and to rich and rewarding communities, Fontbonne University is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty, staff and student body.  Candidates from historically under-represented groups, whose work furthers our diversity and inclusion efforts and who bring to campus varied life experiences, perspectives and backgrounds are especially encouraged to apply.
 
Fontbonne University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we honor the values and heritage of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet by fostering excellence, integrity, respect, diversity, community, justice, service, faith and Catholic identity. We are a community that sincerely embraces diversity, and we encourage applicants of any race, religion, disability status, veteran status, age, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Fontbonne University’s College of Education and Allied Health Professions, known locally, regionally and nationally for quality programs, houses the departments of communication disorders and deaf education, education and special education, family and consumer sciences, and social work.

 


Speech Language Pathologist    - Wichita, KS
10/2/20

Full time position   
Acute Care setting
Ascension Via Christi Hospital  - Wichita, KS
 
Looking for a dynamic clinician with acute care experience to work with a positive, clinically diverse team.  Many opportunities to work in specialty areas, including cancer, stroke, cardiac, trauma, critical care. 


Learn more and apply here:   https://jobs.ascension.org/jobs/5660374-speech-slash-language-pathologist