Closing Date: TBD
Salary: $27.00 DOE
Location: Salmon, ID
Responsibilities: The staff Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) is involved with direct patient care of hospital inpatients and outpatients. The SLP is a licensed professional who treats individuals of all ages with cognitive, communication and swallowing disorders. Speech services involve initial screening, assessment and diagnosis, development of a plan of care (POC), and providing intervention and treatment for both outpatient and inpatients. The SLP is also responsible for consulting with the patient/responsible person, the patient’s medical provider and other agency personnel if needed regarding the POC. The therapy services are provided in accordance with provider’s orders and as defined by the speech and language pathology standards of practice. The SLP performs all duties in a professional and ethical manner, collaborating with the other members of the health care team, ensuring quality patient care.
Qualifications: Graduate from an accredited Master’s program in speech language pathology and have a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC). Must have a current Idaho SLP license, and must complete necessary CEU required by the state of Idaho. Also must have a current BLS certification. Membership in ASHA is preferred. New graduates are eligible; however experience is preferred.
CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY (3796)
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Idaho State University invites applications for a full time 9- month non-tenure track faculty position at the Clinical Assistant Professor level beginning August 2017. Primary responsibilities include clinical supervision and teaching in Speech and Language Clinic on Pocatello campus; student advising; clinical supervision at community screening venues; engaging in professional service; and recruiting clients to our clinics, primarily from the school-aged population. Involvement in creative scholarship as appropriate to clinical faculty position. Possible classroom teaching in the future.
Minimum Qualifications include Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology; Eligibility for Idaho license in Speech- Language Pathology; ASHA CCC-SLP; Three years full-time or equivalent experience after earning CCC; Potential for excellence in mentoring students; Demonstrated success in team situations. Additionally, the preferred qualifications for this position are expertise with school-aged children across variety of communication disorders; Experience supervising university students; Experience in university teaching as well as clinical research and Demonstrated professional leadership.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders currently has over 30 full-time academic and clinical faculty. We offer 5 degree programs, including a Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology and the Doctor of Audiology degree; these programs are offered on our two campuses, in Pocatello and in Meridian. ISU also provides an online option for the Master’s degree and a Pre-professional non-degree prerequisite sequence. We currently enroll about 175 Graduate Students and about 225 Undergraduates. Visit the Department’s website for more information athttp://www2.isu.edu/csed/.
Application Process: Submit your on-line application, letter of interest, curriculum vita and unofficial academic transcripts to posting req421 at https://isu.csod.com/ats/
Additionally, three (3) letters of professional reference are required and should be submitted by letter writers to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions should also be directed to Wendy Morgan at 208-282-2219 or e-mail: email@example.com. Review of completed applications will begin on January 3, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.
ISU offers 280 programs and has a student population of 15,000. Southeast Idaho is centrally located in the Rocky Mountains between Salt Lake City, Utah and popular vacation destinations of Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, and Jackson, Wyoming, which makes for a wealth of outdoor activities.
Idaho State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has a strong institutional commitment to diversity. Women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.