Childhood Language Center Supervisor, Project 500239
Full or Part Time
Part-Time 0-19 Hours (<50% ex. Coaches/Per Diem)
Fair Labor Standard Act Classification
Anticipated Pay Range
$46.00 - $50.00
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Position Summary Information
Job Description Summary
Clinical supervisors located off campus at the Childhood Language
Center, supervise our students conducting speech therapy. These
supervisors supervise the students for their individual therapy
sessions where they interact with children with language or fluency
disorders. Supervisors are responsible for guiding their students
with creating their therapy plan with the participant. In addition,
supervisors are responsible for guiding the students in which
assessments they need to utilize for certain therapy
Supervisors are responsible for providing feedback to students
regarding their therapy sessions that they conduct in person or
through telehealth. The supervisor approves the student hours
through Calipso. They continue to give them feedback and
constructive criticism on the student’s therapy notes.
- Supervise the students for their individual therapy sessions
where they interact with children with language or fluency
- Responsible for guiding their students with creating their
therapy plan with the participant.
- Responsible for providing feedback to students regarding their
therapy sessions that they conduct in person or through
- Supervisor approves the student hours through Calipso.
Special Instructions to Applicants
- Needs to be a licensed speech pathologist.
- Capable of conducting assessments on children with possible
language or fluency disorders.
- Needs to have at least three years of experience supervising
students conducting speech pathologist therapy sessions.
- Needs to have three years’ experience as a speech
- Needs to have a master’s degree in speech pathology.
- Need to have license and Certificate of Clinical
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