Gallaudet University - Speech-Language Pathologist/Clinical Educator

Gallaudet University - Speech-Language Pathologist/Clinical Educator

Gallaudet University - Speech-Language Pathologist/Clinical Educator

DISCIPLINE Speech-Language Pathology TYPE Other

Gallaudet University Hearing and Speech Center (GUHSC) is a state-of-the-science university training facility that serves Gallaudet University students, faculty and staff as well as individuals from the Greater Washington area. As a teaching and research institution, our experienced clinical staff is committed to lifelong learning.  All maintain professional certification through the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association and licensure through the DC Department of Health. With the help of the administrative staff, the Center is committed to providing quality services to its clients.

General Information: The Speech Language Pathologist/Clinical Educator position entails providing a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services in both speech language pathology and aural rehabilitation in a university based clinic as well as supervising graduate level students.

Qualifications:  Master's degree, CCC in SLP with a minimum of two years post certification experience, some fluency in sign language, ability to work in a team environment and DC licensure or eligibility. The clinical educator must also have experience in supervising graduate level students and/or clinical fellows.  Preferred qualifications include: experience in the areas of pediatric aural rehabilitation and developmental disorders, some prior experience with billing and EHR systems, and conversational fluency in Spanish.

As Gallaudet is a bilingual university, competence in American Sign Language and knowledge of Deaf culture are necessary.  Applicants with no or limited ASL skill must demonstrate a commitment to learning ASL and will receive institutional support needed for ASL development.  Ultimately, applicants are expected to achieve the minimum of a passing grade in ASL-III within a three-year period or the equivalent skill level through ASL screening.

A complete description of this position and to apply can be found at the following link: Search for posting # 19093.

Additional Info

Contact Name : Rachel Pizzonia, Search Committee Chair

Contact Address : Gallaudet University Hearing and Speech Center, 800 Florida Avenue, NE, Room SLCC 2217, Washington, DC 20002

Contact Email :

Contact Phone : 202-651-5351

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