Careers

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:

Heartland Health Care Center-Hampton
800 Mulholland St.
Bay City, MI 48708

Date Posted: 02.12.19      
Contact Person: Lynda Pittman
Contact Phone: 567.316.0186
Email: lynda.pittman@hcrmanorcare-careers.com
Website: https://bit.ly/2BydJIa
Degree: M.A.
ASHA Certificate: CCC-SLP
License: Yes
Salary:
Position Description: : Speech Language Pathologist/SLP – Part-Time
HCR ManorCare, the leading provider of short-term post-hospital services and long-term care, is seeking a passionate and driven Speech Language Pathologist. If you are passionate about a challenging and rewarding career assisting our patients in a time of need, then we are looking for YOU! Our Speech Language Pathologists - SLP are the cornerstone to HCR ManorCare's dedication to our mission. Working in the health care environment can be very demanding, and it is our goal to provide the tools to help you understand and commit to the philosophy that defines our culture. We are interested to employ a SLP who is as passionate as we are about ensuring that our patients and residents receive the support services they need and deserve. As a team member at HCR ManorCare your duties may include, but will not be limited to:
• Evaluate and diagnose any speech, language, communication, and/or swallowing disorders.
• Build a program to treat any disorders that the patient has been diagnosed with.
• Provide training and educate the patient and their loved ones on the programs.
• Required to work professionally with many disciplines to ensure proper treatment for the patient.
• Work with patients to improve their ability to read and write correctly.
• Show patients how to pronounce and improve their voice and communication.

Educational Requirements:
Education/Licensing Credentialed Graduate of an accredited Speech Therapy program  
Currently licensed in this state, if required in the state.

Position Requirements Prior experience in Speech Therapy preferred, but not necessary.
Enrollment in Michigan CHAMP

Job Specific Details: This position will consist of providing weekday / daytime coverage. CCC's are required.

ManorCare Nursing and Rehabilitation Center-Kingsford
1225 Woodward Ave.
Kingsford, MI 49802

Date Posted: 02.12.19      
Contact Person: Lynda Pittman
Contact Phone: 567.316.0186
Email: lynda.pittman@hcrmanorcare-careers.com
Website: https://bit.ly/2tkbOlK
Degree: M.A.
ASHA Certificate: CCC-SLP/CFY Available
License: Yes
Salary:
Position Description: Full-Time Speech Language Pathologist/SLP
HCR ManorCare, the leading provider of short-term post-hospital services and long-term care, is seeking a passionate and driven Speech Language Pathologist. If you are passionate about a challenging and rewarding career assisting our patients in a time of need, then we are looking for YOU! Our Speech Language Pathologists - SLP are the cornerstone to HCR ManorCare's dedication to our mission. Working in the health care environment can be very demanding, and it is our goal to provide the tools to help you understand and commit to the philosophy that defines our culture. We are interested to employ a SLP who is as passionate as we are about ensuring that our patients and residents receive the support services they need and deserve. As a team member at HCR ManorCare your duties may include, but will not be limited to:
• • Evaluate and diagnose any speech, language, communication, and/or swallowing disorders. • • Build a program to treat any disorders that the patient has been diagnosed with.
• • Provide training and educate the patient and their loved ones on the programs.
• • Required to work professionally with many disciplines to ensure proper treatment for the patient.
• • Work with patients to improve their ability to read and write correctly.
• • Show patients how to pronounce and improve their voice and communication.

Educational Requirements:
Education/Licensing Credentialed Graduate of an accredited Speech Therapy program and currently licensed in this state, if required in the state.

Position Requirements:
Prior experience in Speech Therapy preferred, but not necessary.
Enrollment in Michigan CHAMP 


Heartland Health Care Center-Briarwood
3011 Center Rd.
Flint, MI 48506
Date Posted:
02.12.19      
Contact Person: Lynda Pittman
Contact Phone: 567.316.0186
Email: lynda.pittman@hcrmanorcar-careers.com
Website: https://bit.ly/2GmelEN
Degree: M.A.
ASHA Certificate: CCC-SLP/CFY-SLP 
License: Yes
Salary:
Position Description: Speech Language Pathologist/SLP – Full-Time
HCR ManorCare, the leading provider of short-term post-hospital services and long-term care, is seeking a passionate and driven Speech Language Pathologist. If you are passionate about a challenging and rewarding career assisting our patients in a time of need, then we are looking for YOU! Our Speech Language Pathologists - SLP are the cornerstone to HCR ManorCare's dedication to our mission. Working in the health care environment can be very demanding, and it is our goal to provide the tools to help you understand and commit to the philosophy that defines our culture. We are interested to employ a SLP who is as passionate as we are about ensuring that our patients and residents receive the support services they need and deserve. As a team member at HCR ManorCare your duties may include, but will not be limited to:
• Evaluate and diagnose any speech, language, communication, and/or swallowing disorders.
• Build a program to treat any disorders that the patient has been diagnosed with.
• Provide training and educate the patient and their loved ones on the programs.
• Required to work professionally with many disciplines to ensure proper treatment for the patient.
• Work with patients to improve their ability to read and write correctly.
• Show patients how to pronounce and improve their voice and communication.

Educational Requirements
Education/Licensing Credentialed Graduate of an accredited Speech Therapy program 
Currently licensed in this state, if required in the state.

Position Requirements
Prior experience in Speech Therapy preferred, but not necessary.
Enrollment in Michigan CHAMP Job Specific Details: Clinical fellowship supervision available.


Therapy Management
851 Penniman Ave
Plymouth, MI 48170

Date Posted: 01.31.19        
Contact Person: Mike McKillen
Contact Phone: 248.349.9595
Email: mike@diamondgrouphealth.com
Website: www.therapy-management.com
Degree: M.A.
ASHA Certificate: CCC-SLP 
License: Yes
Salary:
Position Description: Diamond Group has an opportunity for Speech-Language Pathologist for PRN in Bay City. We need  
someone willing to work PRN three days a week up to 4 hours each day. We offer all of the competitive rates you'd expect, plus one benefit that other companies tend to neglect-FUN! We promise that you will love your job in a great therapy practice AND you will love working with us! Why? Because we're kind, warm-hearted, fun-loving folks who adore what we do! 
-Referral Bonuses
-Direct Deposit
-Growth
Are some of the things we offer!
Please fill out the application on:
http://therapy-management.com/careers/apply-now/ 


Shiawassee Regional Education Service District
1025 N. Shiawassee St.
Corunna, MI 48817

Date Posted: 01.23.19        
Contact Person: Deena Chard, Human Resources
Contact Phone: 989.743.3471 x2103
Email: chard@resd.org
Website: www.sresd.org
Degree: M.A.
ASHA Certificate: CCC-SLP or CFY-SLP
License: Yes
Salary:
Position Description: Speech-Language Pathologist Summary The functions of the speech-language pathologist are broad based and encompass the development and improvement of students’ basic communication skills. The role involves working with students, parents, staff and other professionals to facilitate successful participation and learning for all Shiawassee County students.
Supervision Received Work is performed under the general direction of the Regional Education Supervisor, consistent with the policies established by the district.
Responsibilities and Essential Duties and Functions Assessment:
-Provide individual assessment, diagnosis and interpretation for special education and evaluations
-Develop written recommendations and reports
-Consult with students, parents and teachers as part of the evaluation process
-Work with diagnostic teams, student support teams and other committees concerned with speech and language progress
-Complete other paperwork relevant to evaluations, such as Medicaid forms
-Serve as a communication resource specialist for assessing speech and language development and programming needs Intervention
-Provide therapy to students whose needs have been determined by the evaluation
-Utilize and maintain communicative and augmentative technology
-Attend staffings to assist teachers, administrators and parents in developing comprehensive communication strategies which may include: teaching strategies, evaluation of curriculum, and the development of visual communication materials and/or augmentative technology programs
-Monitor intervention plans and help revise as needed
-Complete paperwork relevant to interventions, such as Medicaid forms
Consultation
-Maximize positive public relations with local district staff and the community
-Consult and/or refer with appropriate outside agencies
-Consult with parents, team members and teachers regarding communication development and programming needs of students -Consult with administrators regarding individual, program and building level issues and concerns
Education and Inservice Training
-Provide information and/or training for RESD staff, local district staff and community groups upon request
-Receive training to further develop skills and to maintain professional certification required by the State of Michigan and ASHA -Increase competencies through affiliation and assumption of leadership roles with professional organizations
-Supervise internships for speech-language pathology students, as appropriate
-Supervise employees during their Clinical Fellowship Year, as appropriate
Program Evaluation and Development
-Chair and participate on committees which impact upon local district and RESD educational and technological programs
-Participate in ongoing program evaluation
Research
-Assist schools and RESD staff when collecting data regarding critical issues
-Gather data regarding current educational trends and best practices
Essential Functions, Qualifications, Skills and Abilities for Employment
All the following functions, qualifications, skills, abilities and duties are essential. An employee in this class, upon appointment, should have the equivalent of the following: 
-Considerable knowledge of the science of speech-language pathology 
-Considerable knowledge of assessment procedures
-Considerable knowledge of the evaluation of communication disorders
-Considerable knowledge of the intervention for communication disorders and the use of communication technology Considerable knowledge of district and state policies, guidelines and procedures
-Considerable knowledge of classroom intervention strategies
-Knowledge of students’ communicative needs
-Ability to work effectively with staff professionals, students, parents and the community
-Ability to develop accurate reports and records
-Ability to handle stressful situations
-Ability to handle multiple tasks
-Graduation from a college or university of recognized standing with a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology
-National certification as an SLP CF or CCC-SLP
-State licensure as a Speech-Language pathologist
Apply on-line at www.sresd.org under job opportunities


Comprehensive Therapy Center
2505 Ardmore SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49506?

Date Posted: 01.16.19        
Contact Person: Jean Silbar
Contact Phone: 616.559-1054
Email: jsilbar@therapycenter.org
Website: www.therapycenter.org
Degree: M.A.
ASHA Certificate:
License: Yes
Salary: Salary Commensurate with Experience
Position Description:The Executive Director is the key management leader of Comprehensive Therapy Center, Inc. (“CTC”). The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES
1) Board Governance: The Executive Director is responsible for leading CTC in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission as defined by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director must communicate effectively with the Board and provide, in a timely and accurate manner, all information necessary for the Board to function properly and to make informed decisions. The Executive Director must identify, assess, and inform the Board of Directors of internal and external issues that affect the organization.
2) Financial Performance and Viability: The Executive Director is responsible for developing and managing resources sufficient to ensure the financial health and fiscal integrity of the organization.
    a. The Executive Director develops and submits to the Board a proposed annual budget and monthly financial statements that     accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization.
    b. The Executive Director is responsible for fiscal management that generally anticipates operating within the approved budget,     ?ensures maximum resource utilization, and maintains the organization in a positive financial position.
    c. The Executive Director is responsible for fundraising and developing other resources necessary to support CTC’s mission.
3) Organization Mission and Strategy: The Executive Director works with board and staff to ensure that the mission is fulfilled through programs, strategic planning and community outreach. The Executive Director is responsible for:
    a. Strategic planning with the Board and staff to ensure that CTC’s mission is clearly defined and achievable and fulfills the     mission of the organization.
    b. Overseeing the planning, implementation and evaluation of the organization's programs and services.
    c. Communicating with stakeholders to keep them informed of the work of the organization and to identify changes in the needs     of communities served by the organization.
    d. The enhancement of CTC’s image by being active and visible in the community and by working closely with other professional,     civic and private organizations.
    e. Establishing good working relationships and collaborative arrangements with community groups, funders, civic leaders, and     others to help achieve the goals of the organization.
    f. Identifying and evaluating the risks to the organization's people (clients, staff, management, and volunteers), property, finances, goodwill, and image and implementing measures to control those risks.
4) Organization Operations: The Executive Director oversees the day-to-day administration of CTC’s operations. The Executive Director is responsible for:
    a. The hiring, supervision, and retention of competent, qualified staff that have the right technical and personal abilities to help     further the organization's mission.
    b. Establishing employment and administrative policies and procedures for all functions, and for the day-to-day operation of the     organization.
    c. Serving as CTC’s primary spokesperson to the organization’s constituents, the media, and the general public.
    d. Establishing and maintaining relationships with various organizations throughout the communities served by CTC and using     those relationships to strategically enhance CTC’s mission.
    e. Overseeing marketing and other communications efforts.
    f. Reviewing and approving contracts for services.
    g. Ensuring that the operations of the organization meet the expectations of its clients, the Board, and funders.
    h. Maintaining a positive, healthy and safe work environment in accordance with all appropriate legislation and regulations.
    i. Ensuring that CTC retains its accreditation by CARF.
    j. Other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
1) Master’s degree preferred.
2) Professional experience in occupational therapy, speech therapy, special education services, literacy, health care, or child development.
3) Three or more years of senior nonprofit management experience.
4) Transparent and high integrity leadership.
5) Demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff.
6) Solid, hands-on, budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting.
7) Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation.
8) Ability to convey a vision of CTC’s strategic future to staff, board, volunteers and donors.
9) Knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relations unique to nonprofit sector.
10) Strong written and oral communication skills.
11) Ability to interface and engage diverse volunteer and donor groups.
12) Strong public speaking ability.

SALARY COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE TO APPLY SEND LETTER AND CREDENTIALS TO applications@therapycenter.org


Deadline March 1, 2019

 
Bay Cliff Health Camp
N4175 County Rd. KCA
Big Bay, MI 49808

Date Posted: 01.16.19        
Contact Person: Theresa Palmer, Therapy Director
Contact Phone: 906.345.9314
Email: tpalmer@baycliff.org
Website: www.baycliff.org
Degree: M.A.
ASHA Certificate: CCC-SLP or CFY-SLP
License: Yes
Salary: Room and Board included.  Will pay up to $200.00 for first time Michigan license.  Will pay $200.00 for those driving more than 300 miles.
Position Description: Bay Cliff Health Camp is hiring five (5) Speech-Language Pathologists (CCC-SLP or CFY) for an 8-week, seasonal contract. Dates of employment are June 9-August 4, 2019. 

Therapists at Bay Cliff spend the summer working with an interdisciplinary team including occupational therapists, vision instructors and deaf/hard of hearing instructors. In addition to professional staff, therapists interact with and support daily care staff (counselors and administration to promote the best outcomes for our children. 
8-week contract breakdown:
Week 1-Orientation and Chart Review
Week 2-Assessment
Week 3-8-Treatment

Requirements:
1. National Endorsement
2. Current state (MI) License
3. Experience with or desire to work in pediatrics required
4. Willingness to work and live in non-traditional therapy setting (summer camp)

Apply to tpalmer@baycliff.org or call 906.345.9314 to request an application.
Job Description: http://baycliff.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Speech-Language-Pathologist-SLP-job-description.pdf