GRADUATE ASSISTANT – Speech-Language Pathology (Clinic) – College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences
Special Education Communication Disorders
Maintain clinic files, including student clinician records, client contacts, community contacts, and practicum sites; develop and disseminate documents for clinic use and for SPTH faculty; coordinate and administer speech, language, and hearing screenings for programs admission, coordinate observation opportunities for on-campus and community observations; maintain assessment and therapy materials, including inventory and student checkout procedures; assist faculty with undergraduate course(s) and with research. Applications should include a cover letter outlining your qualifications.
20 hours per week, Monday-Friday. Days and times varies during the week.
As assigned by Speech-Language Pathology faculty.
Must be admitted into UNO Graduate College AND to the Speech-Language Pathology graduate program AND have an undergraduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Must have strong written and oral communication skills, proficiency with word processing and Excel, and the ability to prioritize and complete multiple tasks on a weekly basis.
All interested parties must apply through the UNO Website listed above. Materials submitted directly to this site will not be considered.
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