Qualifications: Colorado Department of Education Speech and Language Pathology License
1. Masters Degree in Communication Disorders or Sp/Lang Pathology
2. Experience with school populations and ASHA CCC preferred, but not required
3. In-depth knowledge of communication disorders related to educational environments
4. Self-starter with excellent verbal and written communication skills
Job Goal: The goal of this position is to maximize student achievement through screenings, assessment, direct therapy services, and consultation for students with identified educational needs and ieps in the area of speech or language.
1. Carry out screenings, monitoring, assessments, and evaluation procedures for students
in accordance with established guidelines. Submit appropriate, related documentation
2. Utilize evidence based practices to provide direct therapy services and prescriptive
Programming to students as stated on IEPs
3. Participate as a member of the building level special education or child study team.
Collaboration and consultation with regular education, specialty teachers, and other related service providers to meet the needs of all students
4. Participate as a staffing committee member and coordinate or facilitate meetings as
appropriate. Develop/write goals and objectives for students who qualify for special education and speech/language services
5. Maintain records/data collection necessary for placement and ongoing programming.
Utilize the computerized IEP and records system available
6. Demonstrate efforts of ongoing professional skills building and maintain current CDE
7. Other related duties as assigned by the Spec. Ed. Director and/or Executive Director, Speech-Language department chair
Length of Work Year: Follows the school calendar: 181 days (varies slightly each year).
Salary: Based on education and experience
Supervision Received and Exercised: CFY available if needed; also. All positions
Supervised as needed and appropriate by Special Education Director of BOCES; Speech Language Department chair