Clinical Consultant @ Lingraphica - Princeton, NJ

Clinical Consultant


Reports to: Manager of Consumer and SLP Sales

Major Objectives, Responsibilities, and Tactics:


Increase Sales, by:

– Providing remote consultation to speech-language pathologists while trialing Lingraphica Speech Generating Devices (SGDs)
– Providing remote training to clients trialing SGDs and their communication partners
– Fostering relationships with SLPs
– Collaborating with the Inside Sales team to facilitate funding for SGDs
– Collaborating with Outside Sales Team to identify and follow best practices

Contribute to company growth and product development, by:

– Provide ASHA CE approved onsite in-services and webinars for SLPs, rehab directors, and other rehabilitation professionals
– Offer remote training and support for long-term loaner programs
– Serving as the customer voice
– Acting as a liaison between SLPs and marketing
– Exhibiting at tradeshows and conferences
– Contribute on special projects, as needed

Requirements:


Qualifications

– Communication skills
– Consultative skills
– Organizational skills
– Time management skills
– Presentation skills
– Comfortable working virtually

Travel Requirements (On hold due to COVID)

– 1-2 days per week conducting in-services at hospitals, healthcare facilities, rehab locations, and other opportunities within designated state to educate speech pathologists and rehab clinicians on Lingraphica’s product and service offerings.
– Travel to home office for annual company meetings and other events approximately 2-4 times per year.
– Travel to national conventions and conferences, as needed.

Work Experience

– 1-3 years clinical experience in speech pathology
– AAC experience preferred

Formal Education

– Bachelor’s degree, required
– Masters in Speech Language Pathology, required

Licensure or Certifications

– SLP license and CCCs

Continuing Education

– Internal compliance of insurance/reimbursement regulations
– CEUs as needed to retain SLP license
– Awareness of latest advances in AAC industry including new disease states/diagnoses and treatment options for patients with aphasia, apraxia and dysarthria