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    Oregon Board of Examiners for SLP and Audiology
    The Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology was established in 1973 to license and regulate the performance of speech-language pathologists and audiologists for consumer protection.
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Applying for a SLP, SLPA, or Audiology License

You can find our applications on our Forms page. You must submit the application with the application fee of $75. Including the license fee for your respective license can help speed the processing of the application. Transcripts, verification of your ASHA CCCs, and verifications of any license you have ever held, must come directly from the issuing institution. These documents can be sent prior to application and requesting them early can help speed the application process.
 

 

Frequently Asked Questions
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What are the supervision requirements for clinical fellows and
 

 

Answers to these and other questions are in our Q&A documents.

 

 
 
 
 
Executive Director Recruitment Underway
 
Following Sandy Leybold’s announcement of her upcoming retirement, the Board is actively seeking qualified candidates for the Board’s Executive Director position. This is an executive management position, which does not require clinical background in SLP or Audiology.  The full position description as approved by the Board is available here.  The best candidates would be individuals with experience in health care administration, non-profit management, or public administration, and familiarity with administrative law is a real plus.  Leybold notes that the position offers the advantages of working relatively independently, and with a supportive, collaborative Board.  These features might be particularly attractive to middle managers elsewhere in state government looking to move up.  Non-profit managers would appreciate the relatively stable funding and solid benefits associated with state employment.  There are also statewide support services that can make this position easier than running a small non-profit. Candidates with a legal background would be able to easily focus on the compliance and investigative aspects of the job, while honing their management skills. As an agency head, there are also opportunities to be involved in statewide initiatives to grow professionally.
The job is currently posted on the Oregon.gov website.  Any interested candidates should click here to apply.  Because screening interviews are taking place as the applications come in, candidates should apply as soon as possible.  The Board expects to identify finalists in January and bring the new Executive Director on board ASAP.  Leybold is making herself available for training/consultation during the transition period.    
If anyone has questions about the position prior to applying, they should feel free to email sandy.leybold@state.or.us or call Sandy at 971-673-0087. 
 
Next Board Meetings 
- Friday, January 30, 2015
- Friday, May 8, 2015
- Friday, July 31, 2015
- Friday, November 13, 2015
 
Upcoming Office Closures  
The Board office will be closed for the upcoming holidays listed below: 
- December 25th - Christmas Day
- January 1st - New Years Day
- January 19th - Martin Luther King Day
- February 16th - Presidents' Day