In the White River School District, SLPs are highly valued. Some of the benefits of working in the district currently include:
- Mostly building based assignment (with some exception)
- Typical caseloads of 20-40 students (ranging from part time to full time)
- Flexibility to collaboratively plan training opportunities
- A highly developed PLC model
- Involvement in social communication/social thinking curriculum
- Yearly Stipend for national certification
- Extra compensation for work on evaluations and IEPs outside of typical work day (up to 6 days currently)
- A staff member in district who schedules all Evals and IEP
- Master’s degree in speech pathology required
- Experience and training in the following areas: speech and language management and diagnosis, stuttering, and voice management
- Educational Staff Associate (ESA) Certificate at the initial level
- Prefer previous experience as an SLP.
- Requires ability to work successfully with classroom teachers and as a contributing member of building based and district teams.
- Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC SLP) preferred.
- Conduct evaluations and reevaluations to determine initial/continuing eligibility for Special Education services.
- Participate as a member of IEP teams and develop IEPs for students receiving SLP services.
- Provide specially designed instruction and/or related services for eligible students.
- Participate in building-based teams and work cooperatively with school staff in planning appropriate interventions for eligible students.
- Work collaboratively with other district SLPs regarding service delivery models, program/building assignments, staff development, and other related issues.
- Other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
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To apply for this position, please visit the White River School District application by clicking here.