Job postings are viewable by the public.
Post Your Resume Online
If you would like to post your resume online for employers to view, you can now post it in your online profile right on the WSHA website! To post your resume online, sign into your member account and click on "Manage Profile." Find the section labeled "Networking and Careers" and click on "Resume/CV". Fill out the information and click the "Submit My Resume/CV" button.
Once your resume is uploaded to your personal profile, you can allow employers to have access to it as well as easily attach it when applying for a new job.
Department of Regulation and Licensing
Speech-language pathologists and audiologists who work in settings other than public schools are licensed through the Department of Safety and Professional Services (formerly DRL). Twenty hours of continuing education are required every two years to maintain the DSPS license, and the subject matter for this continuing education must be related to one’s specific area of practice. There are numerous sources, including the Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association, for receiving continuing education to meet these requirements. Courses offered in alternative delivery methods-such as distance education via home study, videoconferencing, or Internet courses-may also be approved, and the DSPS has a procedure for such approval.
For more information about the DSPS license and continuing education requirements, write:
The Department of Safety and Professional Services (formerly DRL)
With a current membership of over 650 practitioners, researchers, educators, and students, WSHA is the professional organization for communication disorders in the State of Wisconsin.