Speech Language Pathologist
Reynolds School District 3.86 reviews - Portland, OR

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JOB TITLE: SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST

REPORTS TO: Director of Special Education, Department of Student Services

POSITION PURPOSE:

To assess, provide direct instruction, and provide services to students with speech, language and social language impairments.

NATURE & SCOPE:

This position is subject to Board policies, administrative rules and procedures, department regulations and applicable State and Federal statutes. This position carries no administrative authority or responsibility.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Screen referred students for speech, language, and/or hearing needs.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and appropriate use of a variety of assessment instruments.
  • Assess students and interpret evaluation results to determine current levels of performance.
  • Assist with eligibility determination for Special Education and level of service based upon current assessment.
  • Maintain records and write reports, including clearly reporting results and recommendations from completed Speech/Language testing.
  • Effectively communicate results of assessment data to parents, staff and team members.
  • Draft an Individualized Education Program (IEP) based upon student needs.
  • Implement Individual Education Programs.
  • Provide direct and indirect speech and language therapy services.
  • Document student progress and monitor student performance.
  • Develop speech and language program materials and visual supports for identified students as needed and/or requested.
  • Develop/Train/Maintain augmentative/alternative communication systems in coordination with the Assistive Technology Specialist.
  • Act as a liaison with parents and related professionals or agencies regarding student services.
  • Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to identify student needs and consult/work collaboratively in developing educational programming.
  • Conduct referral and follow-up activities.
  • Provide information and training to staff, and parents.
  • Attend required meetings.
  • Adhere to policies of the district and procedures of the Student Services Department.
  • Document, maintain, and submit speech and language service logs for Medicaid billing.
  • Perform other job related duties as assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
  • Follow federal, state and local laws.
  • Travel between sites as work assignment dictates.
  • EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
    • Hold a current Certificate of Clinical Competency in Speech Language Pathology as issued by the American Speech Language Hearing Association (or meets the requirements for Clinical Fellowship Year).
    • Hold a Speech Language Pathology License as issued by the State of Oregon Board of Examiners for Speech Language Pathology and Audiology or a current teacher license as issued by the Teachers Standards and Practices Commission.

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