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Speech-Language Pathology Positions:
Global Psychological
34505 W. 12 Mile Rd. Ste 210
Farmington Hills, MI 48331

Date Posted: 1.10.23
Contact Person: Stephen Gniewek
Contact Phone: 248.954.7400
Email: s.gniewek@globalpsychological.com 
Website: www.globalpsychological.com 
Degree: M.A.
ASHA Certificate: CCC-SLP/CFY-SLP
License:  Yes
Full or Part Time: Full and Part Time
Salary: Full-time Salary of 70k to 80k or Part-time $42.00-49.00 an hour with insurance benefits
Position Description:
 Under the direction of the Director of Speech and Special Education Coordinator, the Speech and Language Pathologist is responsible for applying specialized knowledge of speech and language theories and therapy techniques to provide student assessment, recommend IEP services and determine eligibility for special education services. They will investigate and study the underlying causes, precipitating factors, symptomatic behavior, and the emotional and practical education effect of student language, speech, voice and fluency difficulties. Deliver specialized speech and language work in an educational setting to enable students to achieve optimal learning.

Position openings in Detroit, Taylor, Redford and Flint. These positions are school-based and salaried employees are paid consistently through summer break. We offer free CEUs.
  1. Develop and implement individual Education Plans (IEPs) for students with Speech/Language impairment and assists with IEPs for students with speech/language as a service on an annual basis or according to requirements .
  2. Comply with all Medicaid requirements for school-based claiming, including obtaining written Medicaid consent from parents of all students served and timely filing of claims that meet Medicaid standards
  3. Consults with teachers and other school personnel to obtain information regarding the reason for referral.
  4. Complete initial assessments on all referrals received from the constituent school districts.
  5. Demonstrate competence as a diagnostician in administering all of the following: language, fluency, articulation, expressive and receptive language assessments, voice assessments and pragmatic assessment.
  6. Communicate to appropriate school officials and parents, the results of the language assessment and make viable recommendations for the individual being assessed.
  7. Attend Child Study meetings as requested by building principals and complete the Multidisciplinary Evaluation Team Report for filing at the central office.
  8. Conducts speech, language and hearing screenings.
  9. Conducting assessments, analyzing results, and writing reports to determine strengths and concerns in areas of speech, voice, fluency, pragmatics, language, and oral motor skills.
  10. Write a speech and language report for all initial and re-evaluaiton assessments.
  11. Assist and guide teachers in observing, describing, and referring suspected and identified speech and language delays/disorders.
  12. Interprets assessment results and compiles comprehensive language assessment reports that address the reason for referral and include appropriate recommendations.
  13. Consult with teaching teams to develop and implement of curriculum modifications and appropriate classroom strategies such as visual supports, language strips, topics of conversation, and data collection.
  14. Serves as a member of the interdisciplinary assessment team assigned to each school and works as a team member in making placement decisions, developing intervention plans, and planning programs to meet the special needs of children.
  15. Communicates case findings and recommendations to teachers and other school personnel as needed.
  16. Participates in eligibility committee meetings and contributes to the development of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
  17. Compiles monthly reports and maintains accurate case records.
  1. Collect and analyze data related to school improvement, student outcomes, and accountability requirements
  2. Maintains communication with administrators, teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action, which will meet the health and safety needs of students.
  3. Maintains confidentiality regarding all school and speech-related issues.
  4. In performing the above duties, works collaboratively in a professional learning community with other teachers, support staff, and others as appropriate, in addressing the needs of students, developing effective practices, and developing and implementing best practices.
  5. Perform other job related duties as assigned.
 Foundational Skills:
  1. Knowledge of special education requirements in K-12 school setting.
  2. Proactively and effectively respond to customer needs and practices, with follow-up to ensure customer needs are met.
  3. Interact and articulate sensitively, with diplomacy and tact at all levels of the organization and in a multicultural and diverse community.
  4. Excellent written and oral communication skills with exceptional attention to detail.
  5. Effective interpersonal and customer service skills with an ability to build and maintain effective relationships with customers at all levels. Must demonstrate and possess a high level of professional integrity, ethics and confidentiality
  6. Successful ability to work in a team environment and build effective working relationships while collaborating with others to accomplish business objectives
  7. Ability to follow through on multiple tasks and deadlines and be detailed-oriented.
  8. Proficient in the use of PC/Windows and/or MAC and web-based applications including MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook).
  9. Ability to handle and manage confidential information. Must possess a strong level of ethics, confidentiality, and professionalism.
Emotional Competencies: 
Adaptability: Deals with unexpected challenges or circumstances.
Ambition & Drive: Exhibits an attitude of expecting to win and will strive to be the best they can be. Brand Steward: Steward of the brand and understands his/her role in growing and protecting the reputation and results of the greater network.
Collaboration: Values a work environment that through the collaboration of people, achieves business outcomes.
Communications: Delivers and receives information in a concise and clear manner.
Customer Service Orientation: Conveying sensitivity to others and sharing appropriate information to cooperatively resolve their concerns (inside and outside the organization).
Develops People: Have a drive to understand and develop the capabilities of others.
Innovative Thinking: Passionately champions change and innovation to grow and improve.
Leadership Effectiveness: Achieves with distinction, persevering despite resistance and influencing others.
Maintaining Self-Awareness and Impact: Maintains objectivity about own self; learns from experiences to manage positive impact on others.
Positive Outlook: Displays optimism toward the future and a 'can do' attitude when managing various stages of the sales process.
Self-Awareness: Displays self-knowledge of strengths and needs to identify resources where there are gaps.
 
Education and Certification:
Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited school of speech- language pathology. Have an ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence. Have a current license or be qualified for license as a Speech-Language Pathologist. At least two years of experience, preferably with school-aged children, preferred.


Wayne State University, Communication Sciences and Disorders
103 Prentis Building
5201 Cass Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202

Date Posted: 12.14.12
Contact Person: Andrea Phillips
Contact Phone: 313.577.6750
Email: ad2122@wayne.edu
Website: https://clas.wayne.edu/csd
Degree: Ph.D.
ASHA Certificate: CCC-SLP Preferred
License:  
Full or Part Time:
Salary: Competitive (salary commensurate with rank and qualifications)
Position Description:
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Wayne State University is accepting applications for a 9-month tenured/tenure-track Assistant Professor faculty appointment. We are seeking candidates with a specialization in child language development and disorders, autism, phonological disorders and/or phonetics to teach undergraduate and graduate courses, develop and maintain a line of research in the specialty area, and participate in a strong comprehensive academic, clinical, and research environment. 

Wayne State University is a premier, public, urban research university located in the heart of Detroit where students from all backgrounds are offered a rich, high quality education. Our deep rooted commitment to excellence, collaboration, integrity, diversity and inclusion creates exceptional educational opportunities preparing students for success ina diverse, global society. WSU encourages applications from women, people of color and other underrepresented people. WSU is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer

Located in Midtown Detroit's cultural district, Wayne State University boasts affiliations with the region's largest network of hospitals (Detroit Medical Center, Henry Ford, Karmanos and Beaumont Hospitals) with access to an extensive urban and suburban population for research recruitment and clinical work. WSU si a nationally recognize urban center of excellence in research. WSU is one of only two U.S. public universities to hold both the "Highest Research Activity" (R1) and "Community Engagement" designations from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers degrees for students pursuing a Bachelor's, Master's, AU.D. or Ph.D. The department has 14 full-time faculty and an extensive affiliated faculty. The graduate programs in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology are fully accredited by the CAA. The department provides students a comprehensive clinical experience with on[site clinics and a wide network of community partnerships that also provide excellent opportunities for research. 

A Ph.D., in communication sciences and disorders, speech-language pathology, or related field is required. CCC-SLP is preferred. Clinical and teaching experience is highly desirable. An active research agenda and evidence of extramural funding commensurate with rank are expected. the position carries a substantial body of fringe benefits including newly renovates research space. Wayne State University offers competitive salary commensurate with rank an qualifications.

Submit an application online at https://waynetalent.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/2/home?c=waynetalent and reference posting Req#671. Send supporting documents (cover letter, CV,  and contact information for three (3) professional references) to Dr. Shelly Jo Kraft, kraft@wayne.edu (Search Committee Chair)

Application Deadline: Until filled, first round applications will be reviewed January 15, 2023











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