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Speech Language Pathologist, Elementary

Qualifications
 

 
  • Valid Michigan Speech-Language Pathology License and American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) CCC or CFY.
     

 

Essential Duties 

 
  • Provide direct/consultation speech and language services to students with a variety of disabilities and age ranges as developed in students’ Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).

  • Provide a thorough assessment, diagnosis, and treatment plan for speech and language impaired students as aligned with IDEA and MARSE. 

  • Collaborate with the IEPT and general educators with the development of the IEP and classroom accommodations. 

  • Maintain collaborative communication with parents, staff and administrators. 

  • Maintain caseload records and logs to document services and students’ progress. 

  • Serve as a resource to the assigned building and district including the Student Support Team

  • Collaborate with classroom teachers and other school personnel with the implementation of appropriate accommodations. 

  • Implement and support the teaching Alternative and Augmentative Communication Devices for students with complex communication needs.

 
  • Highly-developed interpersonal communication, group facilitation, organization, planning, scheduling, technology and time management skills  

  • Demonstrated ability to implement and follow through on simultaneous projects and tasks  

  • Knowledge of current research base across a range of disorders, changing trends and best practices in the field of speech and language pathology and ability to put this learning into action in the schools  

  • Experience and knowledge of children and youth from early intervention through adult transition age  

  • Knowledge of the workings of a school environment including an understanding of state and federal rules and regulations governing special education, Michigan Academic Standards, district curriculum, and specially-designed instruction  

  • Knowledge of and/or experience with integrating technology into the learning process  

  • Ability to maximize technology for effective communication with students, staff and parents  

  • Ability to build professional and collegial relations with staff and parents  

  • Other duties as assigned

 

 

 

Salary 

 

Appropriate placement on the current Teacher's Master Agreement.
 
Application Procedure

 
  • Go to www.clarkston.k12.mi.us/hr  Click “Departments”

  • Click “Human Resources”. Click “Certified Openings”

  • Click on “View” on the Desired Position and then click on the “Login and Apply” button in the lower right corner and follow prompts.

 

Candidates without access to on-line application process may submit the following:
   1.   Formal letter of application
   2.   Resume outlining qualifications and experience
   3.   Copy of certificate
 
To: 

 

Clarkston Community Schools
ATTN: Human Resources Department/T. Browne
SLP Posting
6389 Clarkston Road
Clarkston, MI  48346