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4/11/2019
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Speech Language Pathology
Speech Language Pathologist (BHS/SMS)
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Job Description

Speech Language Pathologist (BHS/SMS)

Employer:

Bonsall Unified School District

Date Posted:

4/9/2019

Contact:

Julie Hong

Number Openings: (At time of posting)

1

Length of Work Year:

10 Months

Employment Type:

Full Time

Application Deadline:

Until Filled

Salary:

(Certificated Salary Schedule with year for year experience)

Date Posted: 4/9/2019 Application Deadline: Until Filled Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 10 Months Salary: (Certificated Salary Schedule with year for year experience) Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1 Contact: Julie Hong Email: julie.hong@bonsallusd.com Phone:

Job Description / Essential Elements: Print

DESCRIPTION:

Provides diagnostic and therapeutic services related to the communication handicap of an individual identified in an Individualized Education Plan (IEP).

SUPERVISION:

Under the direct supervision of the Director of Special Education.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1.Identifies, accesses, and provides remediation therapy to students with speech and language disorders.

2.Prepares curriculum materials, documentation, evaluations, and classroom lessons.

3.Facilitates the placement process for students.

4.Interacts with parents, teachers, private providers, counselors, and other specialists.

5.Coordinates the total program for students.

6.Surveys schools in order to identify children with speech, hearing and language problems

7.Re-evaluates students who where enrolled for services at some previous time.

8.Reports referrals from teachers and other school personnel of pupils with potential speech problems.

9.Record the pupils' diagnostic, evaluation and progress and to send a copy to each teacher whose pupils have been identified as having speech problems.

10.Assesses pupils' auditory acuity.

11.Refers pupil for psychological assessment as necessary.

12.Consults with the teachers regarding pupils' speech problems.

13.Recommend further testing (nurse, doctor, neurologist, etc.) for more severe cases.

14.Requests parent interview of pupils enrolled in the speech program.

15.Keeps appropriate records of all findings.

16.Enroll pupils in individual and group therapy according to their age and needs.

17.Plans and administers therapy and materials provided according to the needs of the individual pupil.

18.Performs basic attendance accounting and business services as required.

19.Coordinates therapy with other special services.

20.Provides a positive atmosphere conducive to instill a desire for the pupil to correct his speech problem.

21.Evaluates pupil's progress by re-testing periodically.

22.Confers with parents regarding pupils' progress.

23.Dismisses pupil when speech problem is corrected.

24.Submits final evaluation to principal and teachers for their review and evaluation.

25.Submits summary report to the State of California.

26.Files record for follow-up studies.

27.Presents in-service training workshops and materials to teachers to aid and encourage classroom teachers in teaching speech and language improvement in the classroom.

28.Performs other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED:

1.Education-Bachelor Degree or higher education.

2.Knowledge of

* Regular education curriculum assessment tools and curriculum modifications.
* Due process rights and procedures.
* Specialized curriculum.
* Effective interpersonal communication techniques.

3.Ability to

* Collaborate and coordinate with others to provide comprehensive services.
* Provide in-services to parents, staff, agencies and others.
* Identify, assess, conduct IEP meetings and facilitate a program to meet student needs.
* Prepare curriculum materials, documentation, evaluations, small group and classroom lessons.
* Interact effectively with parents, students, staff and agencies.

4.Licenses, Permits

* Valid California Credential authorizing services as a speech and language specialist.
* Valid California Drivers License and proof of automobile insurance.

Requirements for Applying

California Clinical Rehabilitative Services Credential or California Clear Speech-Language Pathology Services Credential, TB Screening Required

Submit Resume, Letter of Introduction, Three Current Letters of Recommendation. Credential Copy, English Learner Authorization

Requirements for Applying

California Clinical Rehabilitative Services Credential or California Clear Speech-Language Pathology Services Credential, TB Screening Required

Submit Resume, Letter of Introduction, Three Current Letters of Recommendation. Credential Copy, English Learner Authorization

The offer of employment is contingent upon satisfactory completion of pre-placement medical examination, including drug testing, and fingerprint clearance. Able to perform all aspects of the job description.

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