|Position Title||Clinical Education Coordinator|
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|Department||Health and Human Performance|
The CEC will have the primary responsibility and oversight of the experiential aspects of the degree program and have administrative, academic, and service responsibilities consistent with the mission and philosophy of the university.
- Planning, coordinating, facilitating, administering, and monitoring the clinical activities on behalf of the academic program and in coordination with the academic and instructional faculty
- Facilitating quality learning experiences for students during clinical education
- Conducting weekly instructional seminar meetings to students enrolled in clinical education courses
- Evaluating students’ performance, in cooperation with student assigned preceptor(s), to determine the student’s ability to integrate didactic and clinical learning experiences and to progress within the curriculum
- Educating students, instructional, and academic faculty about clinical education
- Selecting clinical learning environments that demonstrate characteristics of sound patient/client centered management, ethical and professional behavior, and currency with speech-language pathology practice
- Maximizing available resources for the clinical education program
- Providing documented records and assessment of the clinical education component (includes clinical education sites, clinical educators, etc.)
- Actively engaging academic and clinical faculty in clinical education planning, implementation, and assessment
- Participating in the University’s assessment efforts, particularly as they relate to regional or national accreditation requirements
- Participating in university, department, and program faculty meetings and in committee work.
- Engaging in service to enhance the clinical education component of the degree program, as appropriate
- Acting as a liaison between the speech-language pathology program and the clinical education sites
- Establishing clinical education site and facility standards
- Selecting and evaluating clinical education sites
- Facilitating ongoing development of and communication with clinical education sites and preceptors
- Demonstrating a commitment to the use of translational research and the provision of evidence-based practice
|Additional Skills Required|
- Must be able to respect, support and contribute to the University’s Catholic and Jesuit mission
|Minimum Education Requirements|
- M.S, M.A, clinical doctorate, or terminal degree in Speech-Language Pathology, Communication Sciences & Disorders, Speech/Hearing Science, or closely related discipline
- ASHA Certification (CCC-SLP), eligibility for Commonwealth of Pennsylvania licensure in Speech-Language Pathology, and documentation of meeting the ASHA supervision requirements is required.
|Minimum Job Experience Requirements|
- Must have experience using Calipso, Exxat, Examsoft, virtual clinical simulation supervision and Excel, or a willingness to learn these software tools
- A minimum of five (5) years of experience as a clinical educator/supervisor and/or holding a leadership position
- Expertise in school-based speech-language pathology and audiology practices, aural rehabilitation and implantable devices, autism spectrum disorder, and/or augmentative and alternative communication is preferred, although all areas of clinical experience will be considered
|Years of Experience||5|
|Schedule/Work Hours||Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Additional hours as required.|
|Full Time/Part Time||Full-Time|