A full-time Speech-Language Pathologist position is available March 1, 2013 at Ben Franklin School.
The Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) will identify, evaluate and provide speech intervention for communicatively handicapped students. The Speech and Language Pathologist will help collaborate with general and special education teachers and related service personnel to support student access to the general education curriculum. The SLP will also be responsible for the development and implementation of IEP goals across a continuum of settings. Experience with students requiring assistive technology or augmentative communication programs is preferred, but not required. Clinical Fellowship Year supervision is available.
A valid Connecticut certification for Speech and Language Pathologist (endorsement
) is required. A Speech-Language Pathology License (or pre-approval pending completion of one supervised year of full-time employment) with the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health is also required. Preference given to applicants with experience with students with autism.
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The Meriden Board of Education is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, sex, disability, national origin, marital, gender identity or expression, veteran or other protected class status under applicable law in any of its education programs, activities or employment policies.