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  • Speech Pathologist - (San Diego County)

    Job Locations US-CA-Pasadena
    Posted Date 1 month ago(1 month ago)
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Special Education
  • Overview

    Partners in Special Education works with charter schools, public and private school districts, and other educational institutions to provide access to in-demand support staff and flexible long and short-term services such as School Psychologists, Occupational Therapist, Speech and Language Pathologist and Special Programs.

    As the Speech Pathologist you will assess, diagnose, and work with students with speech and language disorders. In addition, you will participate in IEP and SST meetings and will provide consultation and monitoring as needed. This position provides direct instructional support and it requires regular interactions with parents that involves scheduling as well as consulting about application of intervention strategies to use at home.

    Responsibilities

    • Participation on school IEP and SST teams to assist in problem solving and program planning, as needed.
    • Development and implementation of intervention strategies and support consistent with the student’s communication and language profile
    • Use a variety of intervention strategies such as direct individual or group therapy, school program consultation and home program.
    • Collaboration in the development and implementation of IEP’s to monitor the progress of specific communication and language goals.
    • Maintenance of professional records of assessment and intervention.
    • Other duties as assigned.

     

    Qualifications

     

    • The ability to administer and interpret standardized assessment tools and recommend programming that recognizes diverse populations
    • The ability to assess communication and language learning outcomes achieved by students using a variety of assessment procedures (e.g. formal and informal testing, observation and ongoing monitoring of performance).
    • The ability to implement strategies, activities and techniques for promoting quality student performance in communication and language development.
    • Knowledge of current speech-language pathology approaches and practices and content-related pedagogy.
    • Knowledge of curriculum and instruction programs proven to be beneficial to pupils with special learning needs.
    • Ability to provide in person services to students
    • Excellent written and oral skills.
    • Ability to communicate well with students, parents and teachers

    Education and Experience:

    • Valid California Credential authorizing service as a speech/language pathologist or speech specialist; California Speech/Language Pathology license or Clinical Rehabilitative Services Credential or equivalent.
    • Experience with developing and managing appointment
    • Experience working with K-12 students

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