Allied Health - Staff/Administrative, Staff/Administrative
Requisition Number: 2020-289
Business Unit: Munroe-Meyer Institute
Department: MMI Speech Pathology 50000699
Reg-Temp: Full-Time Regular
As clinical faculty in the MMISLP department, this individual would be responsible for conducting clinical, translational or other applicable research within their area of clinical specialty, grant-writing, and training of entry-level, clinical and/or graduate level students. Rank will depend on qualifications. Responsibilities broadly encompass:
Clinical: Providing diagnosis and treatment to individuals with speech, language, voice or swallowing disorders; developing clinical service programs that serve children and adults with IDD, establishing community partnerships that support functional communication, and provide oversight of such programs/partnerships.
Education: Developing and instructing graduate and/or post-graduate students at a level commensurate with experience and scholarly credentials; developing and teaching classes in masters and doctoral degree programs at MMI; providing lectures, workshops, and training opportunities in interdisciplinary settings in MMI departments and programs and community partners; presenting at local, regional or national conferences in areas relevant to expertise.
Research: Developing and maintaining clinical research expertise within topics related to SLP services; pursuing and securing extramural funding for clinical/translational research; developing and participating in interdisciplinary and intercampus research, program development, and training; supervising of postdoc/inter/graduate student research projects.
Doctoral degree in Speech-Language Pathology or related area (Strong ABD candidate considered); licensure or license eligibility to practice speech-language pathology in the state of Nebraska; Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) from American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA); Minimum three years of experience in the provision of speech-language pathology services.
Experience in working with children with autism. SLP-BCBA preferred. Skills in public speaking and presentations.
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