Speech Language Pathologist
Reports to: Assistant Director of Special Services & Building Principal
General Summary: Help reduce and eliminate speech, language, and hearing disorders enabling each individual student to derive full benefit from the corporation’s education program
Serves as a resource person to staff members in the development of a balanced program for oral communication with speech and language impairments
Provides a therapeutic program to meet individual needs of handicapped students in the areas of speech, language, and hearing impaired; cooperates with the classroom teachers and staff members to implement therapy via suggestions for the student’s daily activities.
Assists and guides teachers in observing, describing, and referring suspected and identified speech and language impairments.
Provides screening to identify speech, language, and hearing needs for handicapped children providing assessment and diagnosis of speech, voice, hearing, auditory perception, and language impairments.
Assists with referrals of students to agencies and specialists in the community, as appropriate.
Writes and implements the Individual Education Plans (I.E.P.’s) for eligible students.
Provides support and counseling to parents and families providing indirect therapy services for students who can be assisted at home and in the classroom.
Keeps a record of students receiving therapy or other school provided speech services performing secretarial duties as needed.
Compiles data on student’s history: health, family, early development and environment.
Requisitions and maintains equipment and supplies.
Provides in-service education and serves as a consultant to teachers and school staff members on topics concerning speech improvement.
Performs other reasonably-related duties as may be assigned by the Building Principal or the Assistant Director of Special Education.
Bachelor or Master of Science Degree
Indiana Teaching License in Speech Pathology
Length of Contract: 185 days
Position Type: Exempt
These statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of a speech language pathologist.
Primary Location Central Office
Salary Range Per Year
Shift Type Full-Time
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
- Competitive Salary
- Weekly Paycheck
- Matching 401(k) Plan
- Extensive Medical Coverage
- Licensing Assistance
- Custom Housing
- Travel Assistance
- Professional Development Reimbursement