Speech PathologistRequisition Number:
7N620:Communication Sciences and DisordersWork Location:
Lexington, KYGrade Level:
$54,142-89,315/yearType of Position:
StaffPosition Time Status :
MS Speech PathologyClick here for more information about equivalencies::
1 yrRequired License/Registration/Certification:
Kentucky SLP License and Registration, CCC eligiblePhysical Requirements:
Ability to perform the physical requirements necessary for the position including but not limited to: walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, sitting on the floor and in small children’s chairs, getting up and down from the floor, and lifting children and equipment. Must also have the capacity to provide the children with a speech/language model.Shift:
Typically Days; Monday – FridayJob Summary:
The University of Kentucky Voice & Swallow Clinic, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, College of Health Sciences is seeking a motivated health care professional to fill a full time Clinical Speech-Language Pathology position. This position will provide diagnostic and treatment services for a wide range of swallowing disorders to an outpatient Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery population in an exciting and busy state-of-the-art Voice & Swallow Clinic. This is an exciting opportunity to work clinically on a multidisciplinary collaborative team that includes multi-specialty physicians and speech-language pathologists. Experience in diagnostic techniques including videofluoroscopy and flexible and rigid endoscopy is preferred. Experience with head and neck cancer and neurogenic populations is also desired. In addition to the above, one of the essential functions of this position is to perform outreach and extension to develop inter professional community partners. The successful applicant must possess or be eligible for Kentucky State licensure and be ASHA certified (CCC-SLP). A minimum of 2 years’ experience is desired.
This is a wonderful full-time clinical position in a rapidly growing voice and swallow clinic, in an environment that provides a good balance of support and autonomy. The benefits offered by the University of Kentucky include an outstanding retirement plan, competitive health, dental and vision coverage as well as extraordinary educational programs.
Expected clinical skills also include assessment and treatment for vocal cord dysfunction, dysphagia, voice disturbance due to Parkinson’s disease, and nasality.Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? :
NoDeadline to Apply:
03/02/2021University Community of Inclusion:
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