Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of DRS 30th Annual Meeting
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Acute Care Medical Speech Pathologist for Adults (Per diem for weekends and holidays only)
Boston Medical Center We are looking for a flexible, self-starting, fast-moving, and dedicated acute care speech pathologist to work weekends and holidays. In our Level 1 Trauma Center and Comprehensive Stroke Center, the SLP will deliver medical speech-language pathology services through evaluation and treatment of patients with primarily dysphagia. However, roughly 25% of our caseload also includes disorders of speech, language, cognition, communication, voice, tracheostomy, fluency and alaryngeal care. All evaluations and treatment will be given according to the principles and practices of speech/language pathology as part of the American Speech-language Hearing Association (ASHA). After comprehensive training in our department’s expectations, this per diem role would involve working alone in 8-hour in-person shifts on the weekend and holidays in the hospital ICUs, step-down units, and other floors. The potential to treat COVID+ patients in person is also required and PPE is always provided in accordance with current CDC recommendations. This position includes the responsibility to work cooperatively with the interdisciplinary team and work towards departmental goals in order to optimize patient care. We are unfortunately unable to consider clinical fellows at this time.
Medical Speech Language Pathologist
Stonybrook Southampton Hospital We are looking for a motivated, enthusiastic full time medical Speech Pathologist preferably with a minimum of 3 years of experience working in an acute care setting. This position offers a unique opportunity to merge clinical and academic settings. Located at Stonybrook Southampton Hospital on the beautiful east end of Long Island, NY, the Speech Pathology service is an academic training ground for graduate students from Stonybrook University to learn in an acute care hospital setting. As the full time staff provides inpatient and outpatient Speech Pathology/Swallowing services to a wide range of adult and pediatric patients, the SLPs also provide direct supervision and training to 1st and 2nd year students who will rotate each semester as part of their medical clinic requirements. The candidate should have competencies in instrumentation including videofluoroscopic evaluation (MBSS) and flexible endoscopic evaluation of swallowing (FEES) and a love for teaching the next generation best practice. The caseload will also include patients with speech, language, voice, cognition, tracheostomy and alaryngeal care. A newly formed academic program with state of the art instrumental assessments, this position is a perfect opportunity for candidates who want to grow and learn, and work with highly experienced and board certified colleagues who will support new and innovative ideas while providing opportunities for clinical research. Stonybrook Southampton is a designated stroke center and has a highly acclaimed Parkinson’s Disease and palliative care program. These programs among others will assist the students as well as staff in learning the value of interprofessional care while providing evidence based management. Candidates must be NYS licensed and certified by the ASHA. We are unfortunately unable to consider clinical fellows at this time. Please submit a letter of intent and CV to email@example.com.
NEOMED Looking for something to do in a gap year? This is a full-time, NIH funded position, to study dysphagia in an animal model of Preterm Infants. Very exciting!
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Full-Time Adult Medical SLP Position
Boston Medical Center The Voice and Swallowing Center at Boston Medical Center is looking for a full-time speech pathologist (no clinical fellows). This position consists of comprehensive assessments of adult inpatients and outpatients with disorders of swallowing and related disorders, including clinical swallowing evaluations and treatment, modified barium swallow (MBS) studies, flexible endoscopic evaluations of swallowing (FEES), high-resolution pharyngeal manometry (HRM), alaryngeal management, videostroboscopy, and speech, language, and cognitive evaluations. The Speech-Language Pathologist also participates in patient education, interdisciplinary collaboration, continuing education, and departmental research. Experienced therapists with training in MBS and FEES are preferred.
Aerodigestive Research Core NIH funded post-doctoral fellowship line available to work under the mentorship of Dr. Emily Plowman in the ARC lab. Current studies include adults cardiothoracic ICU, congenital cardiac neonatal, ALS, recovered COVID, and healthy populations.
Speech Language Pathologist II
UCSF OHNS The UCSF SLP team within the Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery is seeking TWO qualified SLPs to join our expanding team. One position will be primarily at the Voice and Swallowing Center and one primarily at Head and Neck Surgical Oncology. The Speech Pathologist II, reports to the Clinical Supervisor/SLP Director of Speech Language Pathology and provides both direct and indirect outpatient care services. The Staff Speech Language Pathologist II works primarily with adult and/or pediatric patients, depending on the clinical area of focus, from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. The Staff Speech Language Pathologist II actively participates in departmental and organizational programs, including performance improvement activities, clinical education programs, and in-services and staff development activities. A successful candidate in each of these positions will work in an inter-disciplinary care model side by side with our dynamic team of otolaryngologists including fellowships trained laryngologists and head and neck surgeons, among other excellent health care providers. While these positions are 100% clinical, there are opportunities to be involved in clinical research, community outreach, and other areas of interest for the candidate. Preferred Qualifications: • Prior speech language pathology experience in an academic medical center environment. • Prior experience working on an interdisciplinary health provider team. • Possession of a degree in Speech Language Pathology from an accredited professional educational program. • Strong diagnostic skills with ability to complete and interpret laryngoscopy, videostroboscopy, flexible endoscopic evaluation of swallowing, videoflouroscopic swallow study, and acoustic and aerodynamic voice measures as needed for the position. • Skill with patient centered and evidence based therapeutic practice for patient’s with voice, swallowing and upper airway concerns.
Columbia University Irving Medical Center A postdoctoral position is available in somatosensory biology in the Moayedi lab at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (New York, NY). The focus of the Moayedi lab is on the cells and circuits that underlie oral and upper airway mechanosensation and their functions in feeding and communication. The lab uses a combination of molecular biology, in vivo functional imaging, and behavior. The current position is to determine the roles of lingual mechanoreceptors in feeding and flavor perception. We seek a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher who holds a PhD in neuroscience or a related field to join our team. The position requires an excellent background in molecular biology, imaging, and rodent behavior. Strong laboratory and analytical skills, effective written and oral communication, and efficient project management are essential. The ideal candidate will have expertise in electrophysiology, coding in Matlab or Python, rodent surgery, and rodent husbandry.
UCSF Health The Staff Speech Language Pathologist, the Speech Pathologist II, reports to the Clinical Supervisor, Speech Language Pathology and provides both direct and indirect patient care services. The Staff Speech Language Pathologist II works primarily with adult and/or pediatric patients, depending on the clinical area of focus, from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. Under general direction and upon receipt of written referrals, the Staff Speech Language Pathologist II plans and administers a full range of speech therapy services for patients with a variety of physical and cognitive impairments and disabilities. Services include patient evaluations using speech language pathology tests and measurements, establishment of therapeutic intervention goals and development of therapeutic intervention programs, and implementation of therapeutic intervention plans utilizing all aspects of the speech language pathology scope of practice. The Staff Speech Pathologist maintains all applicable patient records related to the delivery of patient care services. While performing job duties, the Staff Speech Language Pathologist II may also supervise support personnel, Rehabilitation Aides as well as student interns and Speech Language Pathology Clinical Fellows. The Staff Speech Language Pathologist II actively participates in departmental and organizational programs, including performance improvement activities, clinical education programs, and inservices and staff development activities.
Speech Pathologist Per Diem -- Rehabilitative Services
UCSF Health The Per Diem Speech Language Pathologist reports to the Clinical Supervisor, Speech Language Pathology and provides both direct and indirect patient care services. The Per Diem S.L.P. works primarily with adult and geriatric patients from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. The Per Diem S.L.P. with specific pediatric competencies may also work with infants, children and/or adolescents. Under general direction and upon receipt of written referrals, the Per Diem S.L.P. plans and administers a full range of speech therapy services for patients with a variety of physical and cognitive impairments and disabilities. Services include patient evaluations using speech language pathology tests and measurements, establishment of therapeutic intervention goals and development of therapeutic intervention programs, and implementation of therapeutic intervention plans utilizing all aspects of the speech language pathology scope of practice. The Per Diem Speech Pathologist maintains all applicable patient records related to the delivery of patient care services. While performing job duties, the Per Diem S.L.P. may also supervise support personnel including Rehabilitation Aides.
SPEECH & LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST
University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine SPEECH & LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST Department of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine
Job Summary/Duties: Plan and administer speech language pathology evaluations and plan and implement appropriate treatment. Effort will be designated for weekly support of active clinical research in dysphagia as a part of the Dysphagia Rehabilitation Lab (PI: Krekeler). Minimum Qualifications: • ASHA-CCCs and ASHA membership • Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology required • Independent in MBSS (MBSImP certification preferred), FEES, and videostroboscopy • Minimum 2 years’ experience with voice & swallowing disorders including head and neck cancer, neurologic and neurogenic disorders. • Ohio Speech Language Pathology and Audiology Board license • Interest in clinical research in dysphagia Responsibilities include: • The position is in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery in the ambulatory care unit. The clinician will be working with Head & Neck Surgery team and the Laryngology team. • A percentage of part-time effort will be dedicated to support of clinical research in swallowing, including assessment and rehabilitation of dysphagia due to neurological conditions and head and neck cancer, among other etiologies. • Interacting with the multidisciplinary team, which includes surgeons, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists, nurse navigators, RNs, social workers and dieticians. • Proficiency with working in a multidisciplinary team setting and ability to communicate and relay information efficiently with the different members of the team. • The clinician will be travelling between different office locations. • Independently performing Modified Barium Swallow Studies (MBSS), Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) exams, videostroboscopic exams. • Managing an independent case load of adults with voice and swallowing disorders secondary to various me