Full and part-time positions available along the Wasatch front (Flexible to meet the needs of the applicant)
Salary - $22.00-$30.00 an hour depending on experience
Working as a Speech-Language Technician (SLT) requires a bachelor’s degree in communication disorders and the applicant must be eligible for a Utah State Board of Education license. Speech-Language Technicians are provided with training and supervision to support their professional and educational growth.
Candidates are responsible, within the professional speech-language technician scope of practice, for providing direct intervention to students to treat speech, fluency, and language disorders and other speech-language disorders through collaboration with a supervising speech-language pathologist.
Duties and Responsibilities *Developing speech and language treatments plans *Designing and implementing activities to address treatment plans *Consulting and providing intervention recommendations to teachers and parents regarding speech and language development and disorders *Providing direct therapy and instruction to students *Creating and developing instructional aids which are relevant and enhance the effectiveness of teaching *Developing a variety of teaching and instructional strategies *Preparing classroom for instruction
The Speech/Language Technician is distinguished from the Speech/Language Pathologist in that the latter evaluates and diagnoses disorders and disabilities.
Please contact Jacque Schmidt, CCC-SLP at firstname.lastname@example.org