TITLE: Speech Pathologist, 2021-2022 school year (3 days/week)
CLASSIFICATION: Professional Staff
REPORTS TO: Supervisor, Special Education
1. An earned Master's degree in speech and language pathology
2. State of Michigan certification and/or Master's degree and the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), is authorized to provide speech and language services to students with disabilities.
3. Valid Speech-Language Pathologist License
1. Collaborate with Educational Support Team (EST) to assist in determining need for further speech and language intervention.
2. Consult with teachers and other professionals to meet the needs of students in a
tiered intervention system.
3. Administer, score and interpret assessments related to eligibility for speech/language services as part of a Multidisciplinary Evaluation Team (MET).
4. Participate with the Individualized Education Planning Team (IEPT) in the development and implementation of the IEP.
5. Provide services for students as determined by the IEP Team.
6. Maintain documentation of student's progress toward IEP goals and objectives.
7. Provide coaching and consultation with parents, educators and other professionals
regarding student needs as they pertain to speech and language development.
Additional Roles Could Include:
1. Provide information and/or supervision for student interns or Clinical Fellows.
2. Serve on various improvement/development committees within education
organizations (both internal and external).
3. Assist in transition planning for students moving between programs and/or into
1. Work effectively as a team within TBAISD, and community agency staff.
2. Problem solve in a professional constructive manner.
3. Establish weekly schedules in assigned buildings.
4. Be well organized and work effectively within specific timelines.
5. Demonstrate effective interpersonal and teamwork skills.
6. Represent TBAISD in a positive professional manner.
7. Remain up-to-date on current methodologies and strategies for instructional
programs for students with disabilities.
8. Utilize existing and evolving technologies appropriately and ethically in compliance
with the TBAISD computer use policy.
9. Identify and work to prevent bias, prejudice, discrimination and oppression that
interfere with individual rights in the educational process.
10. All other duties as assigned by Service Area Supervisor and/or Assistant Superintendent for Special Education.
Anyone interested in this position should apply directly on-line by clicking 'Apply Now'. Applicants applying on-line can include as an attachment their cover letter, resume and transcripts. Posting deadline: until filled.
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Web Id: 0010005606
Location/Region: Traverse City, MI (49684)