SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST (#15128)
The Speech and Language Pathologist reports directly to their assigned instructional program Principal. This position is responsible for developing student’s individual communication programs. The Speech and Language Pathologist communicates positively and effectively with all program staff, as well as manage and work with children both within and outside of the traditional setting.
1. Effectively plan, coordinate, and implement a therapy program consistent with established guidelines, policies, and procedures. 2. Manage program resources effectively. 3. Maintain accurate student/program records. 4. Demonstrate current, accurate and comprehensive knowledge. 5. Provide intervention/instruction that promotes student learning and addresses student needs. 6. Select and use resources compatible with student/program needs. 7. Maintain effective communication and rapport with students. 8. Demonstrate proficiency in administering and interpreting data from speech/language and communication assessment instruments.
9. Effectively communicate, verbally and in writing, with other members of the instructional team in the development of student IEPs. 10. Employ a variety of evaluation strategies to measure student performance and/or program effectiveness. 11. Use assessment information for decision making. 12. As an integral member of the instructional team, consult/collaborate with team members in a collegial and professional manner. 13. Consult/collaborate with parents and care givers. 14. Demonstrate a professional demeanor and practice ethical standards appropriate to the profession. 15. Participate in a meaningful and continuous process of professional development. 16. Foster an organized and positive environment.
17. Perform related work as required.
10 month Teacher Contract - School Setting