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 Assistant Program Director Charlotte Campus (Northeastern University)

Job Description:

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) seeks a full-time open rank non-tenure track appointment to fulfill the Assistant Program Director position created to launch the satellite campus of the Masters of Speech Language Pathology (MSLP) program at the Center for Health Sciences campus in Charlotte, North Carolina. Faculty in this role will report to the CSD department chair and will work closely and collaboratively with the MSLP Program Director based in Boston.


The Charlotte APD will work to develop and administer the distant program campus in Charlotte, North Carolina. Program development will follow all accreditation guidelines provided by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA), the Council for Academic Accreditation (CAA), the Council for Clinical Certification in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CFCC), and those mandated by the state of North Carolina.  The Charlotte APD will work closely with the Boston Campus Program Director to lead the program and ensure parallel and equivalent academic and clinical programming.


  • Provision of program-based student services, including management of student cohorts, their records, and matriculation
  • In concert with the Boston Campus Program Director, oversight of academic didactic coursework, including scheduling of courses, hiring of instructors, and management of any emergent issues
  • Initial oversight of the faculty and/or supervising SLPs staffing the on-campus clinical site
  • Establishment and maintenance of external relationships for the program, including negotiation between local clinical sites and management of their affiliation agreements
  • Supervision of accreditation and/or licensing matters
  • Representation of the Charlotte program at critically identified department, college, university, and external events that relate to the viability and success of the program
  • Teach courses in the program as assigned based on departmental workload policy


 Northeastern University

Primary Contact: Emily Zimmerman

Telephone 617-373-5140





Coordinator of Clinical Education- Speech Language Pathology (22-76)

 Francis Marion University and the Department of Speech-Language Pathology invite applications for a full-time Coordinator of Clinical Education.  The successful candidate will provide leadership to Clinical Educators; grow the depth and variety of on-campus clinic patient caseload, while also serving as a Clinical Educator.  They will also be responsible for bridging classroom knowledge and evidence-based practice with on/off-campus clinical experiences for students, and securing a variety of external clinical practicum sites, as well as teaching the associated clinical practicum courses.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide instruction for current best practices for speech-language pathology services.
  • Assign Student Clinicians to Clinical Educators.
  • Observe and provide guidance for clinical activities of Student Clinicians/Clinical Educators, including providing guidance for developing diagnostic and intervention plans, and reviewing Student Clinician evaluations, Plan of Cares (POC), lesson plans, SOAP Notes, and discharge summaries.
  • Assign Student Clinicians to diagnostic groups; peer-to-peer screens; observe/review diagnostic, screening, and intervention sessions; and provide feedback to Student Clinicians.
  • Monitor student interactions with Clinic Patients and Caregivers.
  • Provide formative and summative evaluations for Student Clinicians.
  • Serve as administrator for the Electronic Health Records system.
  • Serve as administrator for CALIPSO and maintain accuracy of all student files, external practicum site files, as well as Clinical Educators/Clinical Supervisor files.
  • Input and approve Student Clinician clock hours in CALIPSO.
  • Document and track Student Clinician clinical competencies in CALIPSO.
  • Maintain Student Clinician files in compliance with FERPA.
  • Maintain Clinic Patient files in compliance with HIPAA.
  • Update Clinic Handbook as needed.
  • Schedule/lead meetings with Clinical Educators regarding Student Clinician progress and merging evidence-based practice (EBP) and academic coursework.
  • Participate in weekly meetings with academic faculty regarding student progress and merging EBP and academic coursework into clinical experiences.
  • Secure a variety of external sites for off-campus practicums and maintain current Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with each facility.
  • Participate in external site visits and maintain proof-of-visit forms in CALIPSO.
  • Assign Student Clinicians to external practicum sites to align with skill level, clinical clock-hour needs, academic skill set, and professional desires.
  • Conduct clinic advising meetings with each student once a semester to shape and guide future clinical practicum experiences.
  • Teach Clinical Practicum courses.


  • Earned Masters in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Advanced knowledge in computer documentation
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Knowledge regarding FERPA and HIPAA
  • Four years of experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist
  • Current ASHA Certification
  • Current South Carolina Speech-Language Pathology license
  • Completed ASHA Requirements for Supervision and Ethics

Formal Accountability:  Reports to the Chair of the Speech-Language Pathology Department.          

Position Type: Full-Time Clinical Instructor 

Required Materials:

1) Letter of Interest (Referencing Position Number 22-76);

2) Copies of all transcripts (official transcripts will be required of the successful candidate);

3) Curriculum vitae;

4) Three letters of reference; and

5) FMU Faculty Application.

To access the FMU Faculty Application, please visit: 

Send Application Packet to: Dr. Charlene Wages, Vice President for Administration and Planning, Francis Marion University, PO Box 100547, Florence, SC 29502-0547. Fax 843-661-1202

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. 

As Francis Marion University has continued to be recognized for its diverse student body, it especially welcomes applicants who can affirm and enhance its mission. 

Applicants honorably discharged from a branch of the United States Armed Forces, who meet the minimum training and experience requirements, are given employment preference by all State agencies and higher education institutions in South Carolina. 

An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution



   Exceptional Children Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)

Organizations name:  Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

Primary contact:  Jackie Haywood, Director, Exceptional Children 

Telephone:  (336) 727-2083

Fax:  (336) 661-3079

Email:  [email protected]

Organizations web address:


The purpose of this position is to assist students with special communicative needs to reach the maximum communication possible. Position is responsible for assisting identified speech-language delayed/impaired students to achieve their communicative potential both receptively through listening comprehension and/or expressively through oral expression.


  • Conducts screening and testing, obtains diagnostic information, analyzes information, and makes recommendations regarding programs and services. 
  • Develops individual education plans for each speech-language eligible child in collaboration with the classroom teacher, parent, and other pertinent professionals.
  • Plans therapy and uses appropriate diagnostic tools and therapy techniques to support the curriculum.
  • Provides consultation, seeks assistance of others, uses related research, and makes recommendations and referrals for the implementation of services. 
  • Maintains up-to-date records and reports of services provided in accordance with established rules, regulations, and ethical standards. 
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.


  • Thorough knowledge of the theory, principles and methods of speech pathology and their proper application in educational environment.
  • Knowledge of appropriate evaluating tools.
  • Knowledge of the equipment and assistive technology available to use in therapy.
  • Knowledge of current literature, trends, and development in the field of speech pathology.
  • Knowledge of federal and NC state regulations governing students with disabilities.
  • Skill in directly providing a wide range of treatment activities.
  • Ability to select and administer appropriate assessment and treatment methods.
  • Ability to screen, evaluate and provide required speech pathology services.
  • Ability to develop and implement individualized programs.
  • Ability to accurately document sessions.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships as necessitated by work assignments.


•Minimum:  Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Currently hold or eligible to hold NC teaching license as a Speech-Language Pathologist

•Desirable:  Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology with a valid NC Teaching License as a Speech-Language Pathologist and two years applicable work experience.


Pay Grade - Speech Pathologist/Audiologist Salary Schedule 

When applying, please make sure to include all prior experience in your application.

Please provide at least two references.  One must be the current or most recent supervisor and the other a previous supervisor.

Please apply at: