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Postings are for four (4) weeks and the charge is $50.00.  To post a job please use this form.  If you have questions please contact the MSHA office at msha@att.net or at 517.332.5691

Speech-Language Pathology Positions:

The Spark Center for Autism
24555 Hallwood Ct.
Farmington Hills, MI 48335

Date Posted: 12.23.20
Contact Person: Reena Naami
Contact Phone:  248.238.9772
Email: careers@sparkcenterforautism.com
Website: sparkcenterforautism.com 
Degree: M.A.
ASHA Certificate:  CCC-SLP .
License: Yes 
Full or Part Time:  Full-time

Salary: Competitive salary based on qualifications and experience (salary or hourly options available, ranging from $60,000-65,000)
Position Description:
The Spark Center for Autism is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for children diagnosed with autism through early, effective intervention. We are currently seeking to expand our services to include speech therapy and are seeking qualified Speech-Language Pathologists to join our team.
Qualifications:
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Minimum of a Master's degree in speech/language pathology
-Licensed in speech/language pathology valid in the State of Michigan
-Certification of Clinical Competence (CCC)
-Pass a criminal background check
-A minimum of two years' experience working with children and toddlers with special needs, and preferable autism, in the field of Speech and Language Pathology
-Ability to work as a part of a multi-disciplinary team with other professionals (e.g., behavior analysts, occupational therapists)
-Ability to lift a minimum of 25 lbs.
Responsibilities: 
-Conduct speech/language assessments and evaluations
-Develop plan of treatments for individual and group therapy, where applicable
-Appropriately complete documentation and session notes for patient evaluation and treatment
-Provide feedback and training for staff
-Communicate with families, physicians, and other interdisciplinary team members related to the patient
-Meet productivity standard for billable time and supervision
-Evaluate risk management and crisis management
-Develop and oversee transition/discharge plans
Benefits
-Paid vacation and holidays
-Daytime and weekday hours
-Opportunities for quarterly bonuses based on performance and productivity (waiting period may apply)
-Health, dental, and vision benefits (waiting period may apply)
-Short Term Disability (waiting period may apply)
-IRA with company match after 2 years of employment
-Professional liability insurance
-Yearly stipends for continuing education
-Working for a company recognized as a Behavioral Health Center of Excellence
-A chance to work with amazing kids!

To apply, please send a copy of CV or resume to info@sparkcenterforautism.com 


Western Michigan University
1903 West Michigan Ave.
Kalamazoo, MI 49008

Date Posted: 11.18.20
Contact Person: Suma Devanga, Ph.D., Chair of the Search Committee
Contact Phone:  269.387.8048
Email: suma.devanga@wmich.edu
Website: http://wmich.edu/hr/jobs
Degree: Ph.D 
ASHA Certificate:  CCC-SLP (Desired)
License: Yes (Desired)
Full or Part Time:  Full-time

Salary:  Competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience, with an excellent benefits package.
Position Description: Western Michigan University invites applications and nominations for two (2) tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor positions in the speech-language pathology program in the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences. the two faculty positions are full-time 9-month appointments with optional summer teaching and have an expected start date of August 15, 2021. Rand will be determined by the selected finalists' credentials and experience.

The speech-language pathology program and the audiology programs are ranked in the top 75 programs nationwide. The Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences enrolls approximately 60 students in the two-year M.A. program in speech-language pathology, 23 students in the doctoral program in audiology (Au.D), 130 in the undergraduate major and supports a minor in American Sign Language. Department of speech, Language and Hearing Sciences faculty are engaged inactive research with students,classroom and clinical teaching through the on-campus Van Riper Language, Speech and Hearing Clinics and service to the university and professions. The Department is accredited by the Council on academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA) of teh American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Opportunities exist for inter-professional collaborations within the College, across teh University and with the Western Michigan University School of Medicine.

In addition the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences, the College includes programs in blindness and low vision studies, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, physician assistant, social work, holistic health care, alcohol and drug abuse, interdisciplinary health services, public health and a Ph.D., in interdisciplinary health sciences. 


Majors Responsibilities:
-Teach graduate and undergraduate courses
-Sustained productivity and growth in research and grant writing
-Service to the department, College and University, and the profession and community
-Contribute to an interdisciplinary environment of research, instruction, and community collaborations.
Minimum Qualifications:
-Earned research doctoral degree (by the start date) awarded by an institution that is accredited by a regional accrediting body recognized by the U.s. Department of Education (USDE) in communication sciences and disorders, or a related field.
-Demonstrated a potential for scholarly productivity and securing grant funding in communication sciences and disorders or a related field.
Desired Qualifications:
-Expertise in a variety of areas in the field of speech-language pathology including but not limited to speech science pediatric speech-language pathology and cultural-linguistic diversity
-Experience with instruction involving a diverse student body and a commitment ot centering anti-racism in course and program design
-Demonstrate commitment to clinical education aspects of the Department's programs.
-Eligibility for licensure as a speech-language pathologist in the State of Michigan; ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence is desired for speech-language pathology
To Apply:
Required application materials include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, research statement, teaching statement (that exemplifies commitment to diversity, inclusion and anti-racism) and contacts of three academic reference. Review of applications will begin on January 7, 2021 and continue until position is filled. Please visit http://wmich.edu/hr/jobs for detailed information and application procedures.

Expected Start Date is August 15,2021


Roseville Community Schools
18975 Church St.
Roseville, MI 48066

Date Posted: 11.09.20
Contact Person: Peter Hedemark
Contact Phone:  586.445.5513
Email: phedemark@roseville.k12.mi.us
Website: rcs.tedk12.com/hire/viewJob.aspx?JobID=242
Degree: M.A.
ASHA Certificate: CCC-SLP or CFY-SLP will be considered
License: Yes
Full or Part Time:  Full-time

Salary: Per Collective Bargaining Unit
Position Description:  For the 2020-2021 school year.  Speech-Language Pathologist responsible for the evaluation and treatment of students with speech and language impairments that adversely affect their progress in the educational setting. These impairments may include deficits in articulation, language, fluency or voice. Speech-Language Pathologists in the school setting may also serve on intervention teams and as support to general education staff and students.
1. Assist and guide teachers in observing and referring students with suspected speech and/or language impairments.
2. Provide evidenced based interventions and supports for students with speech and language impairments.
3. serve as a resource to staff members in the implementation of academic interventions and supports for students with speech and language impairments.
4. Conduct comprehensive speech and language evaluations to determine educational eligibility of speech and/or language impairments. 
5. Design and implement individualized education plans with measurable goals.
6. Assist in proper referrals of individuals to agencies plans with measurable goals.
7. Provide information, support and counseling to parents and families when appropriate.
8. Complete required documentation, forms and other paper work in a timely manner.
9. Perform other duties as may be assigned by administration.

Interested, qualified candidates must notify the Personnel Office, via the online TalentEd Hire (see above). The posting will remain open until the position if filled.