PROFESSIONALS SEEKING WORK

Lisa Stevens

Posted August 1, 2018

Lisa Stevens, Speech-Language Pathologist

I graduated from LSU in Baton Rouge in 1984 and worked for three years in Winnfield, Louisiana.  In 1987 I moved to Hampton, Arkansas where I have worked ever since.  I completed my Master's Degree from UCA in 1993.  I have worked in the Hermitage and Warren schools when those districts needed extra help.  I also have experience working in nursing homes, but prefer working in the schools.  I am seeking employment in southern Arkansas, preferably in a school district.  For my resumé and additional information,  please contact me at aasmom411@gmail.com.  
 

Casey Timmons

Posted July 9, 2018

870-940-0310 | caseytimmons51@yahoo.com


I would love to get a job as an SLP-A because I know I would be an exceptional assistant. I’ve had clinical experience as an undergrad. I’ve helped make session plans, keep track of data on clients, and when my graduate student wasn’t there, I conducted the session by myself. I was nervous, but both of my supervisors told me I did very well.  I’m eager to learn and help in any way I can. I want to be the best I can be, so I can help my lead clinician and more importantly, the client. I cared deeply for the clients I had this past year and wanted to help them improve their quality of life. I hope to help many more people, which is why know I would be great for any speech assistant position. I'm hoping to find a job in a school based environment in the Southeast Arkansas area. I've had elderly aphasia clients in the past so I would love to get some diversity, but I adored the clients I had before so I wouldn't mind working in a nursing home.  

Bachelors in Communication Sciences & Disorders
August 2013-May 2018
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, AR


I graduated May 12th with a 3.23 GPA.  During my undergraduate program, I assisted two graduate students with therapy for two different clients. I’d help plan out the session, keep track of data, and I even conducted a few sessions by myself. I had a great relationship with both of my graduate students and both of my supervisors. I loved both of my clients as well and helping them improve their quality of life really made me want to pursue this career even more. 


August 2011- May 2013
University of Arkansas at Monticello College of Technology, Crossett, AR
I started taking college credit classes in high school in August of 2011 and continued to take these courses throughout my high school years.  I took most of them in high school, but I thought I could do better, so I went to UAM College of Technology to bring up my grades. 

Awards
●    Dean’s List first two years of college

 

 

Chelsea Macy

Posted July 3, 2018

Professional seeking a job as an SLPA in Little Rock and surrounding areas | Master's degree in Middle Childhood Education | Bachelor's degree in Communication Disorders | Experienced educator, but ready to begin experience in first career choice, Speech Pathology | Passionate about helping others, specifically in communication | Ready to add personal skills to a dynamic team! | Willing to drive outside of the city and start ASAP. Please see the link below for further information or contact at 870-318-5866 or cksmacy@gmail.com

LinkedIn link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chelsea-macy-7a556a167/
 

Grace Hall

Posted May 14, 2018

My name is Grace Hall.  I’ll be graduating May 2018 with my Bachelors in Communications Disorders.  I am seeking employment as an SLP Assistant in the Northeast Arkansas area. You can contact me at 870-637-3996 and review further information as well as my resume via the links below.

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Updated November 4, 2014

Reminder from the Administrator of State Program Development for the Arkansas Department of Education, Special Education Unit:When school districts or educational cooperatives are searching to fill positions, please consider using Teacher-Teacher.com.  In a continuing effort to recruit qualified education personnel for all Arkansas public school districts, the Department of Education encourages use of the web-based recruitment service http://Teachers-Teachers.com.  This service is designed to help those responsible for personnel recruitment meet the challenges of placing the most qualified education professionals in our schools.  Partial funding of the services of Teachers-Teachers.com for Arkansas public schools is provided by the Arkansas Department of Education (ADE) through collaboration of the Special Education and Professional Quality Enhancement Units.  Teachers-Teachers.com is available for all Arkansas school districts who subscribe to the service.The services will enable those charged with personnel recruitment to:

  • Post job openings for all education personnel, (including teachers, administrators, speech pathologists, and other related services personnel) and receive cover letters and resumes from interested candidates by email.
  • Send broadcast emails to targeted pools of candidates and alert a specific audience of candidates to job opportunities and incentive programs through personalized messages.
  • In addition, the system can be utilized to connect with candidates attending the statewide recruitment fair.
  • Conduct customized candidate searches; proactively search the candidate database and track progress with candidates using an online prospect list.

Individuals interested in pursuing employment can post their resumes online at no cost.  This free online service provides instant access for educators who are looking for jobs in locations nationwide.  Interested districts should contact the Arkansas Recruitment Director for Teachers-Teachers.com at arkansas@teachers-teachers.com or 877-812-4071, ext. 76.  He/she will provide the district contact person with an overview of the service and will continue to provide ongoing assistance.  

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