SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST (part-time)
Weiser School District •Southwest / Boise •Speech/Language Pathologist •Not Applicable •Part Time •Posted 5M ago
About this job
Must hold or qualify for a valid Idaho Education Credential (Pupil Personnel Certificate) endorsed for Speech/Language Pathologist; Appropriate license and Certification necessary to perform duties in Idaho School Districts. Must demonstrate ability to perform duties and positive public relations skills.
Job Summary: The Speech and Language Pathologist identifies students with communications disabilities; plans, implements and provides therapy and other appropriate speech and language services; recommends appropriate goals and service times; coordinates meetings and services for eligible students and their parents (may include - testing/screening, home visits, Eligibility and IEP meetings, parent conferences, pre-referral observations and meetings); completes in a timely manner all required forms and documents required by Medicaid, IDEA, the State of Idaho and Weiser School District and maintains secure files and records required for reference and compliance; provides instruction and monitoring to speech and language paraprofessionals; and provides any other education services relative to the position of Speech Language Pathologist.
Please direct questions regarding this position to William Morriss, Director of Special Services 208-414-1494. To be considered for this position the application packet must include the following:
W.S.D. CERTIFIED APPLICATION (available on website - www.weiserschools.org
PLACEMENT FILE OR 3/5 LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION
COPIES OF ALL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS
Completed application packet may be emailed to email@example.com, by mail or in person to Weiser School District Office, 925 Pioneer Rd., Weiser, ID 83672.
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