Clinical Supervisors provide hands-on practical training in speech-language pathology and supervise graduate students enrolled in practicum. Clinical Supervisors must keep current with developments in the field, continue professional development, and contribute to the profession.
This is a 9-month, 100%-time, annually renewable appointment as a Clinical Supervisor in Speech-Language Pathology over the academic year (late-August through late-May), with a required two (2) week commitment each summer as Day Camp Director for Sioris Family UMN Kids Who Stutter Camp.
We are seeking a Clinical Supervisor to fulfill the following responsibilities/duties:
- Supervise SLP student practicum in the Julia M. Davis Speech-Language-Hearing Center
- Provide clinical services to a clientele that represents a broad age range and cultural and linguistic diversity and a wide range of speech-language and hearing disorders, with a focus on services for individuals who stutter.
- Serve as Camp Director and Clinical Supervisor for Sioris Family UMN Kids who Stutter Camp (requires a 2 week commitment during summer)
- Participate in and/or lead clinical activities in the community (health fairs, rehabilitation groups, etc.)
- Complete (and train students to complete) third-party billing & clinical documentation
- Manage complex schedules and deadlines while meeting the diverse needs of clients, multiple students, clinical education, and related clinical activities.
(Required physical, sensory abilities)
- Ability to visually and auditory observe and analyze communication patterns and skills.
- Manipulate testing and treatment materials
- Keep accurate and timely records of speech-language assessment and intervention, including chart notes, formal diagnostic reports, and other written clinical summaries
- Deliver technical assistance to professional peers as part of an interdisciplinary team
- Counsel clients with communication disorders and their families
- Be able to share and to elicit information from patients/clients, supervisor, peers and other health professional verbally and in a recorded format
- Effectively, confidently, and sensitively converse with patients and their families
- MA/MS degree (or greater) in Speech-Language Pathology
- At least three years professional related experience in assessment and treatment of communication differences and disorders
- Previous student mentorship experience
- ASHA CCC credential
- MN Department of Health license in Speech-Language Pathology (or eligible)
- Demonstrated interest in development and /or expansion of services within a clinic
- Demonstrated interest in or experience working with people who stutter
- At least five years professional related experience
- Experience working with individuals across the lifespan
- At least 3 years student mentorship experience.
- Specialized experience working with people who stutter
- Commitment to equity and diversity both professionally and clinically
- Interest and experience facilitating existing community engagement programs (day camp)
- Proven ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively
- Proven ability to manage scheduling and case management
- Experience with telepractice service delivery
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