Clinical Fellowship Year Opportunities

Lakeshore Professional Voice Center (LPVC), Lakeshore Ear, Nose & Throat Center Fall of 2019

Lakeshore Professional Voice Center (LPVC), Lakeshore Ear, Nose & Throat Center is accepting applications for clinical fellowship positions in voice pathology beginning in the fall of 2019. LPVC is located in St. Clair Shores, MI outside of Detroit.  LPVC provides outstanding training for evaluation and treatment of all voice disorders, including the speaking and singing voice, as well as swallowing and airway disorders. Clinical fellows train under the tutelage of Juliana Codino, MS, CCC-SLP, PhDC and laryngologist, Adam Rubin, M.D. and experience an interdisciplinary team approach to care of the patient. Clinical fellows become proficient in voice therapy, acoustic and aerodynamic assessment, respiratory retraining, videostroboscopy and flexible endoscopic evaluation of swallowing. Opportunities to participate in research and teaching of speech pathology students are provided as well.

 This is a 1-year fellowship.  The requirements for applicants are as follows:

1.     2 year master's degree in speech pathology from an ASHA accredited program

2.     Particular interest in voice

3.     Singing experience preferred, but not required

4.     All materials should be merged into a single PDF file and should include:

5.     Letter of intent

6.     Curriculum vitae

7.     Official graduate transcript

8.     2 letters of recommendation with at least one from a clinical supervisor

Applications requested by February 15, 2019.  For further inquiries, please contact   Juliana Codino, MS, CCC-SLP, PhDC   jcodino@lakeshoreent.com

The University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW) Voice and Swallow Clinics, Division of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery is pleased to announce openings for our 2019 – 2020 Clinical Fellowship Program. 

We offer fellowships in our two specialty areas voice and swallow.  Each specialty has its own unique focus, with the goal of the overall clinical fellowship experience being that of a multi-disciplinary approach to medical care for inpatients and outpatients at a state-of-the art institution.

The UW Clinical Fellowship Program is an intensive 12-month program where clinical education is viewed as a dynamic process.  Clinical fellows participate actively in learning to apply didactic information to clinical practice with patients who have a wide range of disorders.

We are seeking clinical fellows who demonstrate strengths in the following:

1. Ability to analyze and synthesize information from a broad-based fund of knowledge in medical communication and voice science and disorders

2. Ability to engage in evidence-based problem solving

3. Motivation to achieve an advanced level of clinical competence in prevention, screening, evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of patients with voice and swallowing      disorders

4. The ability to communicate effectively and professionally in a multidisciplinary medical setting

5. Self-evaluation resulting in actively identifying steps to develop new skills and acquire knowledge

6.  Ethical, responsible, and professional conduct

In addition to clinical expectations, fellows will be expected to participate in the following:

1. Conduction and completion of your own clinical research project 

2. Weekly multi-disciplinary case conference, with regular clinical case presentations

3. Outreach activities

We are currently accepting applications for multiple positions –in our swallow inpatient specialty area, adult voice specialty and a combination in adult and pediatric voice specialty.  Please indicate your area of interest in your submission. Include the following in your application in the following order:

1.  A cover page with your name, specific area of voice or swallow date of application submission;

2.  A one-page statement (12-point font, double spaced) describing your interest in the position, previous experience in medical speech pathology, goals for your career, any research experience, and the qualities that make you a good candidate for the fellowship;

3.  Current CV/Resume and

4.  Three letters of recommendation with at least one from a clinical supervisor/mentor in the application packet. These can be sent with your completed application or directly from the writer.

Please send all the above information via email with the subject "CFY application" to Nichole Rauch at Rauch@surgery.wisc.edu by 11:59 p.m. (CST) on February 1, 2019.  We will not accept applications after this date and incomplete applications will not be considered.

Speech Therapy for Pediatrics in Northwest Indiana!  

Jacob’s Ladder is looking for Four Speech Therapists!  Come Join Us!

OUR MISSION

Jacob’s Ladder Pediatric Rehabilitation is a nonprofit organization providing comprehensive therapy and supplemental care for children in need. We partner with families, communities, and healthcare providers to help children reach their full potential.  We are accountable to our patients, donors, and partners – treating everyone with integrity and respect.

WE BELIEVE IN:

  • Making a change for our patients using our skills, hard work, and life-long learning while having fun.
  • Share a sense of purpose with our professionals and paraprofessional who are talented and competent and really enjoy what they do.

OUR SERVICES:

  • Pediatric Outpatient Center and our partnership with Indiana’s First Steps Program

OUR EMPLOYEES:

Our employees have access to a competitive wage along with a compliment of benefits including:

  • Medical Insurance          
  • 401 K with company match          
  • Long Term Disability
  • Vision Benefits          
  • Dental Benefits      
  • Continuing Education and Much More…
  • Being part of a great team!
  • Flexibility with your schedule!
  • Enjoy fun activities in our area such as:
  • Close proximity to Chicago, IL and neighboring areas
  • Lake Michigan and the National Lakeshore in our backyard
  • Close to 3 major university campuses
  • Biking trail, hiking trails and many more community activities
  • Local restaurants and local craft breweries
  • Live music and local theatre
  • Art galleries and painting workshops
  • Seasonal festivals

Thank you for considering Jacob’s Ladder as your employer of choice Jacob’s Ladder Pediatric Rehabilitation Center/1595 S. Calumet Rd./Chesterton/IN/46304  www.jacobskids.org

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