Speech Language Pathologist

Lakeland School District North Tip / Coeur d' Alene Pupil Personnel Primary Full Time Posted 4M ago

About this job

TITLE: Speech Language Pathologist
QUALIFICATIONS
1.
A master’s degree or higher.
2.
A valid Idaho certificate with necessary endorsement
for a Speech Language Pathologist
3.
Experienced in a public school setting is highly recommended
4.
Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the
Board may find appropriate and
acceptable
5.
Participates in meetings, special education meetings,
Individual Education Program meetings,
and educational team meetings that related to language,
speech, or hearing concerns
6.
Administers appropriate tests according to acceptable
procedures in the area of language,
speech, or hearing: formal and informal assessments
and observations of students in
educational environments for use by the eligibility
team 3. Analyzes and interprets
assessment information to make recommendations regarding
the need for speech and/or
language services according to state and federal guidelines
7.
Collaborates with special education staff to coordinate
specific objectives for individualized
educational program needs for speech and/or language
impaired students
8.
Collaborates with regular education staff on needs
and programs for language, speech, or
hearing impaired students and students who are a focus
of an educational team
9.
Demonstrates knowledge of federal, state and local
rules, regulations and laws
10.
Schedules therapy using a variety of service delivery
models, including classroom intervention,
consultation/collaboration and pull-out as appropriate
to meet student needs in the least
restrictive environment
11.
Coordinates speech-language services with student
services provided by other school
personnel
12.
Maintains records of the speech-language program:
keeps data for program planning and
decision making for students; maintains current files
for use by authorized school
personnel; and safeguards confidentiality of student
records
13.
Selects/implements evidence-based practices which
support the goals and objectives of
the speech, language and hearing program
14.
Conducts hearing screenings
15.
Performs such other duties as may be assigned by the
administrative personnel
16.
Growth mindset
17.
Effective use of de-escalation skills when working
with frustrated parents, students, or staff
18.
Adept at building capacity and empowering self-efficacy
in others
19.
Model integrity, authenticity, transparency, responsible
leadership, ethical supervision and the
highest standard of professionalism.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY TO
Director of Special Services
JOB SUMMARY
To provide prevention, assessment, and remediation
services for students who exhibit difficulties in
the
areas of language, speech, or hearing. These services
are designed to help children meet their
educational goals.
EVALUATION
Performance of this position will be evaluated annually
by the classroom teacher and/or special
education teacher and/or the director of special services
in conformance with any applicable federal and
state law, administrative rules, and Board policy.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
This position shall be considered in all respects
“employment at will”. The “employment period” and
other descriptions and terms set forth in this job
description shall not create a property right for
the
employee. These are set forth only to advise the
employee of when and what type of services will be
required by the district so long as the employment
continues.
N
O
T
E
All certificated and non-certificated employees and
other individuals are required to undergo a criminal
history check and submit to fingerprinting. Any applicant
convicted of any of the felony crimes
enumerated in Section 33-1208, Idaho Code may not
be hired, and any applicant convicted of any felony
offense listed in Section 33-1208(2), Idaho Code shall
not be hired.
Legal Reference:
I.C. § 33-512
Governance of Schools
I.C. § 33-1210
Information on Past Job Performance

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