Under direction of the Building Principal, the Speech Language Pathologist plans and provides for appropriate learning experiences for students. Provides an atmosphere and environment conducive to the intellectual, physical, social and emotional development of individuals to ensure Success for Every Student. Supervises students in a variety of school related settings. Monitors and evaluates student outcomes. Communicates and interacts with students, parents, staff and community. Develops, selects and modifies instructional plans and materials to meet the needs of all students. Maintains appropriate records and follows required procedures and practices. Monitors appropriate use and care of equipment, materials and facilities.
What you will do as a Speech Language Pathologist:
The following information is intended to describe the overall nature and scope of the work being performed in relation to the position. This is not a comprehensive listing of all the responsibilities or tasks; other work may be assigned when deemed appropriate:
- Conduct speech and language diagnostic evaluations using standardized methods, informal observation, parent interviews and clinical judgement.
- Prepare Individualized Education Plans (IEP) and/or instructional plans according to each student’s individual needs.
- Keep and maintain accurate and regular data, records, tests, reports, etc as required by Delaware Statutes and Policies, Federal Regulations, School Board Policy and IEP requirements to demonstrate student performance and progress.
- Consult and collaborate with teachers and staff in planning instruction and implementing functional communication systems and strategies within a small-group classroom setting.
- Integrate technology into instruction where appropriate.
- Establish and maintain good rapport and professional communication with students, school personnel and parents.
- Implement School Board and school-based policies and procedures in order to uphold school regulations.
- Work continuously toward self-improvement through district in-service training and active pursuit of professional development activities.
- Perform other responsibilities and duties as assigned by the Supervisor of Student Services or building-level supervisor.
What you will need to be a Speech Language Pathologist:
- Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology
- Valid or eligible for State of Delaware license as a Speech/Language Pathologist
- Experience working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
- Knowledge of IDEA and IEP implementation
Occupation Classification Requirements:
- Speech-Language Pathologist
Phone: Pref (732)579-1209
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