JobID 429 : Speech/Language Pathologist (#729505)
Job | Posted 4 months ago
Browning Public Schools
Posted: April 12, 2018
Position: Speech-Language Pathologist
Type: Special Education program for school year 2018-2019, supervised by Director of Special Services.
Eligibility: Master’s degree in communication disorders or related field. Montana state license (or qualified to obtain). Must have clean criminal record (no felony or multiple misdemeanors).
Duties: Conducts appropriate speech/language assessments of referred students. Helps identify children with speech or language impairments. Assesses through appropriate testing and diagnostic practices. Provides case management services for students entering the special education system. See Speech/Language Pathologist Job Description.
Qualifications: Excellent communication, problem solving and organizational skills. Preferred: Experience working with communication disorders in a school setting. See job description for additional requirements and preferences.
Salary: Per Certified Master Contract depending on degree and contracted experience.
Benefits: Per Certified Master Contract sick and personal leave, retirement and health insurance for certified staff.
Pre-employment Successful applicant must pass drug test and criminal background check
Requirements: and provide evidence of a test for tuberculosis.
To Apply: Obtain application materials from: Human Resources Department, Administration Building, 129 1st Avenue SE, P.O. Box 610, Browning, MT 59417, tel: 338-2715, fax: 201-4044 or download certified application, position announcement and job description from our web page at www.bps.k12.mt.us.
Closes: Open Until Filled
Browning Public Schools is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
and provides accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act
Browning High School District
129 1st Ave SE, Browning, MT 59417
Compare with State
Amount per Student
State Average: $11,858 (USD)
% ELL Students
State Average: 2%
Student Teacher Ratio
State Average: 13.96
% IEP Students
State Average: 12%
State Average: 43