Job Description - Clinic Director (STA012192)
Clinic Director - (STA012192)
: H0087 Communication Disorders
Directs, administers and controls the day-to-day activities of the University
of Houston's Speech Language-Hearing Clinic (USLHC) operations includes both
the student training program.
Formulates, implements and maintains appropriate policies and procedures for Speech and Hearing Clinic, A United Way Facility; consults with prospective clients and site supervisors, sets fees for services, manages clinic facility.
Responsible for daily operations of clinic which includes student training and the scheduling of and delivery of clinic services. Teaches Clinical Procedures class and attends faculty and staff meetings.
Assists the College Chair in enhancing the quality of both the clinic's service delivery and training functions.
Responsible for development and implementation of vision and scope for clinical training and service delivery for both United Way and the student training clinic.
Develops new and innovative programs for community outreach, secures new external training sites and community services opportunities.
Develops business and marketing plans to promote clinic services and identify new markets for service delivery, meets and coordinates with community professionals, United Way administration and ensures proper reporting to meet United Way requirements.
Provides oversight and supervision of clinical supervisors. Organizes and conducts training of clinicians and staff including but not limited to HIPPA, CPR, infectious disease prevention as well as continuing education activities for clinical supervisors and faculty.
Ensures Compliance with ASHA Accreditation standards and HIPPA and FERPA regulations in the daily clinic operations and in development of grant funding. Secures and manages grant funding to support current clinical activities and develop new clinical programs.
Conducts clinical research, facilitates student research, executes and analyzes customer satisfaction surveys and TQA program.
Performs other job related duties as required.
Requires a thorough understanding of both theoretical and practical aspects of
Speech-Language pathology. Knowledge of the discipline requires licensed and
certified speech-language pathologist capable of leading and interacting with
professionals and trainees in a variety of settings and specialty areas.
Requires a minimum of ten (10) years of directly job-related experience.
Requires Texas License in Speech-Language Pathology; American Speech-Language-
Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC/SLP).
Salary: 5,792.00 - 7,675.00
Required Attachments by Candidate: Resume, Cover Letter/Letter of Application,
Letters of Recommendation
: May 10, 2023, 9:49:46 PM