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Certified, licensed Speech Language Pathologist for the 2016-2017 school year.
The Speech Language Pathologist will oversee diagnostic and therapy services provided to eligible speech/language students from the ages of 3 to 21in the Salmon School District and Salmon Head Start. The SLP will work four days a week, Monday through Thursday 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with one 4-hour teacher workday per month. The SLP is fully benefited to include health insurance, PERSI retirement, and many voluntary benefit options. Salary depends on years of experience and degree.
Reports to the Special Education Director and to building Administrator.
Responsible for organizing and implementing therapy programs to meet the needs of eligible speech, language and hearing impaired students ranging in age from three to twenty-one.
Professional growth through educational meetings, classes, and webinars as mandated by ASHA, Idaho licensure board, and Department of Education, teacher certification.
Works in coordination with teachers in planning and developing appropriate individual therapy programs for each eligible student
Develops and prepares Individual Educational Programs for students that are based on individually assessed needs in accordance with state regulations, attends annual IEP reviews, and conducts both initial and 3 year evaluations.
Conducts school-wide hearing screening once a year in grades K-5, as well as referrals from other grades.
Conducts speech language and hearing screening once a year for all incoming kindergarten students and on new students upon teacher/parent referral.
Provides diagnostic testing for students identified through screening process or by referrals from parents and teachers.
Develops and conducts an in-service program to inform new teachers about roll of SLP.
Confers with classroom teachers as necessary concerning educational needs of individually identified students.
Trains faculty and district staff as needed.
Prepares reports and maintains records on each student in the program.
Provides all necessary paperwork for Medicaid billing.
Master Degree required.
Idaho Teaching certificate, Pupil Personnel Services, or ability to gain one
ASHA CCC certificate is desired.
Idaho State License in Speech Language Pathology is desired.
Able to pass background check. (Fingerprints and background check are at the expense of the applicant)
Knowledge of Speech and language, diagnostic, therapy, and evaluation methods, techniques, and objectives
Excellent public relations and communications skills.