|Date Posted||September 13, 2021|
|Industry||K-12: Public Schools|
REPORTS TO: Building Principal & Director of Special Education
To develop and maintain communication skills of students with disabilities for maximum participation in daily classroom activities and other educational activities required for learning.
10.Adheres to the ethical standards and codes of the profession.
ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
11.Provide clinical supervision for Apprentices in Speech-Language, graduate trainees, and/or Clinical Fellows, as agreed upon by SLP and Director of Special Education or designee.
Sitting, standing, lifting and carrying (up to 25 pounds), reaching, squatting, kneeling, and moving light furniture may be required. Adequate vision and hearing abilities are necessary to monitor students’ verbal and nonverbal responses. The speech-language pathologist must have the ability to provide an appropriate speech/language model for students. The SLP must also be able to work within varying degrees of noise, temperature, and distraction.
SAFETY AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS
The SLP shall maintain evaluation and therapy materials provided by the district. And SLP must know how to operate or be willing to learn to operate multimedia equipment, including current technology, augmentative communication, and assistive technology devices.
Must be able to work within various degrees of noise and temperature. Interruptions of work are routine. Flexibility and patience are required. Must be self-motivated and able to complete job assignment without direct supervision. After hour work may be required.
Employee’s performance will be evaluated in accordance with the provisions of the district policy on personnel evaluation. Evaluations will be completed by building administrators in cooperation with the Director of Special Education or designee.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Nine month contract or purchase service agreement/contract based on school calendar: salary to be based on the related services salary schedule