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We are seeking an experienced Speech Language Pathologist to supervise graduate student clinicians in the Robbins Speech Language and Hearing Center in a variety of clinical programs, support graduate students in external placements, participate in the comprehensive exam process, and participate in departmental meetings and events. This full-time 12-month position includes benefits.
We are seeking an experienced Speech Language Pathologist to supervise graduate student clinicians in the Robbins Speech Language and Hearing Center in a variety of clinical programs, and support graduate students in external placements. This full-time 12-month position includes benefits.
Your Manager: Lynn Conners
Your Direct Reports: 0
Your Student Workers: 0
Your Key Responsibilities:
Supervise graduate students in a variety of clinical settings, which includes meeting with community stakeholders, students, providing feedback and instruction, reviewing and editing clinical documentation and assignments and overseeing clinical care for assigned clients, and evaluating student clinicians.
Provide academic instruction which may include but is not limited to classroom teaching, individual mentoring, reading comprehensive exams and advising.
Responsible for outreach and program development between the Robbins Center and External Programs reporting to the Director of Clinical Programs and the Director of Clinical Education
Supporting graduate student in external placements will entail ongoing communication with graduate students and external supervisors and performing site visits.
Your Other Responsibilities:
Build new relationships and expand external program partners
Participate in departmental meetings and events
Participate in the comprehensive exam process
Maintain current knowledge of the discipline through attending meetings, reading professional journals, participating in community based professional activities, etc.
Your Skills and Experience:
Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology;
Current state license; current certification of clinical competence from ASHA;
Excellent oral and written communication skills in English;
Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and work independently; familiarity with word processing and related office software.
Graduate student supervision in speech-language pathology;
Five years clinical experience.
Nice to have:
Expertise with a range of communication disorders, levels of severity and ages
Usual Office Conditions
Requires long periods of mental concentration - No
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