Clinics

Pacific Speech, Hearing and Language Center

Ten therapy rooms with observation facilities; assessment and treatment materials available onsite for students to use with clients.

Pacific Hearing & Balance Center

Fully equipped audiology clinic that provides a wide range of hearing care services.

RiteCare Childhood Language Center of Stockton

Eight therapy rooms with observation facilities; assessment and treatment materials available onsite for students to use with clients.

Language-Literacy Center

Ten therapy rooms with observation facilities; assessment and treatment materials available onsite for students to use with clients.

Clinical Instructors

Job Requirements

  • Nationally-certified and state-licensed speech-language pathologist or audiologist
  • A minimum of three years of clinical experience in a professional environment working with children and/or adults who have speech/language delays or disorders
  • Willingness to serve as a master clinician for speech-language pathology students
  • Annual HIPAA training
  • Annual sexual harassment training
  • FERPA training
  • Background check

Job Duties

  • Supervise and assist (as needed) diagnostic evaluations
  • Supervise and provide (when appropriate) clinical services
  • Provide parent/family education through various activities, including joint observations
  • Assist the clinic director with carrying out the mission and goals of our speech/language clinics
  • Coursework in supervision is highly recommended
  • Assist student clinicians with developing diagnostic and therapy plans, writing reports and developing treatment goals/objectives
  • Provide feedback to students, both written and oral
  • Correct and provide written feedback for junior/senior clinicians completing observations and assignments
  • Provide student midterm and final evaluations in CALIPSO

Job Responsibilities

  • Provide supervision for a total of 1-5 hours per day (depending on your contract), typically supervising two student clinicians per hour. Occasionally a clinical instructor may be assigned three student clinicians per hour.
  • Provide each student clinician with a minimum of 25% direct supervision. However, our expectation is for greater direct supervision as needed to meet the needs of the particular student clinician and/or client.
  • Complete semester supervision log to document supervision time for ASHA accreditation requirements. Must submit written log to the clinic director and/or office manager on the last day of the semester.
  • Schedule one-two hours per week (depending on the number of hours and students being supervised – 2-4 students = one hour per week; 5-8 students = two hours per week) for “nondirect” supervision; such activities include parent meetings, case conferences with student clinician, report writing instruction, etc. NOTE: some of these activities do not need to take place on-site and can take place via email and/or by phone.
  • Contact the clinic director and/or office manager, in advance, if you will be missing work for any reason.

If interested in employment as a clinical instructor in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology, please contact Jeannene Ward-Lonergan, professor and chair of the Department of Speech-Language Pathology, at jwardlon@pacific.edu.