Speech Language Pathologist
Speech and Language Pathologist (1.0 FTE)
Department: Exceptional Student Services with a focus in Elementary and Early Childhood Centers
Work Calendar: Coordinator: 182 day (range $45,429 - $$62,961)
Salary Schedule: RSP Non-exempt
Under direction, to plan, organize, and provide diagnostic services and therapy for children with speech, hearing, and language disabilities; to demonstrate, teach, and instruct pupils in language and speech development processes; to perform diagnostic assessment in determining speech and language performance levels; to aid in the development of academic, social, behavioral, and other educational skill areas; and to do other related functions as required.
This position classification requires subject matter expertise speech and language assessment and development. Responsible and directly related assessment and language development experience is required to perform problem analysis and arriving at alternative solutions to speech and language problems, issues and concerns. The position classification performs decision analysis continually, and makes judgments and decisions of considerable consequence. The functional role of this position classification requires the application of a variety assessment protocols, and interpretation of data, facts, procedures, and policies pertaining student educational and speech and language development programming. The incumbents meets frequently with school administrators, teachers, other educational staff and parents to communicate information, data, and alternative problem solutions.
This is sedentary position classification and performs light work that involves sitting a portion of the time, but does require walking and standing for extended periods. This position requires accurate perceiving of sound, near and far vision, depth perception, handling and working with educational and speech and language development materials, and providing highly technical oral and written information.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and skill is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and skill would be:
Experience: Successful completion supervised clinical experience.
Education: Possession of an earned Masters degree or higher degree from an accredited college or university with emphasis in related field.
Possession of a licensure from the Colorado Department of Education authorizing Special Services.
Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job.