Center for Communication and Learning #AD

Are you a Speech Language Pathologist looking for an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and their families? Join our dynamic team of dedicated and enthusiastic therapists at the Center For Communication & Learning. CCL is a private practice specializing in the treatment of children from birth through adolescents. Be a team member and collaborate with physical therapists, psychologists, and early childhood professionals

· We are currently seeking a part time/ full time  Speech-Language Pathologist to join us at our pediatric outpatient center in Rockville, Maryland.

· Experience working as a Speech-Language Pathologist with the pediatric population is preferred. Responsibilities include one-on-one treatment, assessments, conducting social groups, report writing, daily notes, communicating, and interacting with other professionals and families.

· We offer on-going professional development and opportunities for professional growth.

The ideal candidate will possess ASHA certification and Maryland licensure and/or eligibility. This position offers autonomy, a flexible schedule, excellent pay, and a comfortable work environment.

Education: Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited university including related clinical requirements.

If you are creative and passionate about children, we would love to hear from you!

www.ccl-md.com

Send resume to info@ccl-md.com

Contact 301-468-9343 ext 2

Job Type: Part-time/Full time/ Weekends Only

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

DCSHA is seeking volunteers for various committees!

If you are interested in serving our organization, consider getting involved in the any of the  following committees:

CONFERENCE & PROGRAMS

Roles and Responsibilities:

  1. Selecting the conference date and securing the conference location upon approval by the Executive Council.
  2. Developing and overseeing the Call for Papers process.
  3. Corresponding with all authors for papers submissions.
  4. Promoting the conference.
  5. Appointing chairs of the other committees, who make up the conference committee (e.g., audiology, speech language pathology, registration, exhibitors, silent auction committees, and so forth).

MEMBERSHIP

Roles and Responsibilities:

  1. Recruiting and maintaining members.
  2. Developing benefits for members.
  3. Maintaining membership records for the Association.
  4. Recommending to Executive Council strategies to increase and promote membership.

HONORS AND AWARDS

Roles and Responsibilities:

  1. Reviewing awards categories and disseminating awards criteria to membership.
  2. Reviewing and recommending individuals who are nominated to receive awards.
  3. Reviewing and recommending nominees for awards external to the Association.

NOMINATING

Roles and Responsibilities:

  1. Developing a slate for each office.
  2. Recruiting members for offices.
  3. Overseeing the elections process.

PROFESSIONAL AFFAIRS IN AUDIOLOGY

Roles and Responsibilities:

  1. Recommending to the Executive Council policies with respect to legislative and regulatory initiatives, matters of import and provide advice and strategy to the Government Affairs Consultant.
  2. Informing the Association of emerging professional issues relative to audiology.
  3. Preparing communication to be disseminated to the membership concerning the legislative, regulatory, and other public policy activities and initiatives.
  4. Developing discussion groups and/or short courses on audiology issues for the Association.

PROFESSIONAL AFFAIRS IN SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY

Roles and Responsibilities:

  1. Recommending to the Executive Council policies with respect to legislative and regulatory initiatives, matters of import and provide advice and strategy to the Government Affairs Consultant.
  2. Informing the Association of emerging professional issues relative to audiology
  3. Preparing communication to be disseminated to the membership concerning the legislative, regulatory, and other public policy activities and initiatives.
  4. Developing discussion groups and/or short courses on audiology issues for the Association.

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Roles and Responsibilities:

  1. Overseeing, reviewing, and approving continuing education units (CEUs) of conferences and other workshops offered by the Association.
  2. Preparing and submitting all CEU forms to ASHA.
  3. Formulating policies and procedures for the Association to serve as a CEU provider for the Associations’ continuing education process.

WEBSITE

Roles and Responsibilities:

  1. Reviewing and monitoring content on the DCSHA website.
  2. Developing website content as needed including helpful links, clinical information or important other important documents that will add to the effective online organization of DCSHA as an Association.

COMMUNICATIONS & SOCIAL MEDIA

Roles and Responsibilities:

  1. Developing and maintaining a quarterly newsletter.
  2. Gathering and organizing articles for the newsletter.
  3. Promoting the Association through social media and other forms of communication.
  4. Maintaining social-media applications.