Job Description

Openings as of 10/22/2019
Student Support Services

  • Certified Speech Language Pathologist JobID: 109
  • Position Type:
    Student Support Services/Speech and Language Pathologist

  • Date Posted:
    7/11/2018

  • Location:
    Special Education Services
    (High-Needs School)


  • Date Available:
    07/27/2018

  • Closing Date:
    Open until filled

  •   TITLE: Speech-Language Pathologist

    SALARY: Professional Salary Schedule depending on years of service

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Valid Arizona Speech Certification (or CFY/CCC's)
    • Ability to relate well with students
    • Familiarity with Navajo language and culture preferred
    • Good written and oral language skills in English
    • Ability to maintain accurate records in writing and on a computer
    • Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the board may find appropriate and acceptable
    • Language Therapy Certificate
    PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Work with teachers, parents, administrators to identify children with potential communication disorders
    • Assess, test, and diagnose communication disorders in children
    • Plan and recommend intervention activities for communication disorders
    • Work with children to teach them how to speak and listen effectively and how to overcome the effects of communication disorders
    • Work with administrators and teachers to implement effective instructional approaches in the students' regular classroom
    • Ensure all testing information is in the MET document in IEPPRO and available to other team members 24 hours prior to a MET meeting
    • Submit finalized written reports and protocols within 10 working days of eligibility (MET) meeting.
    • Attend IEP and MET meetings
    • Write and update observable, measurable, and attainable goals for students eligible for speech/language services. Input student's present levels of academic and functional performance into the IEP
    • Provide speech and language therapy to students as described in the IEP
    • Work with SLP Assistants as needed
    • Experience & exposure with augmentative speech devices and programs
    • Monitor and document the child's progress. Document contact and therapy logs.
    • Conduct informational sessions and workshops with parents, teachers and administrators.
    • Work with parents and teachers to insure carry-over of the intervention program at home and in the classroom
    • Submit monthly Medicaid logs
    • To remain current on the development and effectiveness of assistive technology devices.
    • To serve children from age 3 to 21 in all educational institutions within the Page Unified School District
    • Other related duties as assigned
    • The District reserves the right to amend this job description as necessary
    TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: As determined by the Governing Board

    EVALUATION: At least annually by the Director of Educational Services




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