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SLP Position at the Prickly Pear Cooperative (MT)

PRICKLY PEAR COOPERATIVE

EAST HELENA, MT 59635
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

POSITION: SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST

EFFECTIVE DATE: School Year 2020-2021

JOB DESCRIPTION: To provide speech and language therapy for students with communicative disabilities in order to reduce or eliminate impairments which adversely affect interpersonal relationships or educational performance.

QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed by the Board of Speech Pathologists and Audiologists of the State of Montana.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Complete Prickly Pear Cooperative Certified Application.
  • Submit Letters of Reference, Cover Letter and Transcripts.

SALARY: $45,553-$57,332 Negotiable depending on experience.

BENEFITS:

  • Medical and dental insurance
  • Car for travel is provided
  • 13 sick leave days
  • 5 personal days
  • Supply budget provided
  • Personal Development budget provided
  • License fee reimbursement
  • Work with dedicated, professional staff

APPLICATIONS:

Prickly Pear Cooperative
2525 Lake Helena Drive
East Helena, MT 59635
Ph: 406/227-7322
Email: dmillsop@ehps.k12.mt.us

DEADLINE: UNTIL FILLED

SLP Position in the West Salem School District (WI)

Position Details

  •  08/16/2020
  •  $38,781 Bachelors base wage, dependent upon education and experience.
  •  School Year
  •  Full Time

Description

The School District of West Salem is right next door to La Crosse in the beautiful Coulee Region of Western Wisconsin. Our 3 buildings are within walking distance of each other on an approximate 100-acre campus on the edge of town. Students in grades 4-12 are issued MacBooks or iPads as part of its 1:1 digital learning environment. The ability to integrate technology in the development of daily lessons that engage students is desired. Having a passion for teaching and for providing an exciting, meaningful, and rewarding experience for students is a must!

The district is looking for a Speech and Language Pathologist for our District to “Serve with passion to ignite creativity, innovation, and excellence.” Applicants should be energetic, creative and innovative and willing to provide their students with a 21st Century experience in the classroom and beyond.

Applicants must be able to qualify for a Wisconsin DPI license #1820 – Speech and Language Pathology.

Coaching and other co-curricular activity positions may become available at any time.

***The School District of West Salem uses Crown Global’s Teacher Portrait online assessment and is a requirement of the application process. A link to the “Crown Global” assessment will appear when you successfully submit your application. To be given full consideration, please complete the Crown Global Teacher Portrait Assessment and upload the online cover letter, letters of reference, resume, license, and transcripts to your WECAN Account.

Candidate Requirements

  •  0
  •  Bachelor
    • Speech and Language Pathology
    • Resume
    • Cover Letter
    • Letters of Recommendation
    • Transcript

 

 

 

Application

For more information, please contact Patrick Bahr at Bahr.patrick@wsalem.k12.wi.us or 608-786-5303, or visit the district website by clicking here.

To apply for this position, click here.

Montana Schools Virtual Career Fair

We are proud to announce the very first Montana Schools Virtual Career Fair featuring ALL open positions (general ed, special ed, admin, SLP, Psych, OT/PT, etc.) for next school year. This event is FREE for job seekers.  Job seekers need to register online by clicking here. 

Description

Join our Virtual Career Fair to meet with representatives from Montana school districts about current openings for the 2020-2021 school year!

  • Save time and meet with recruiters online
  • Event is free for job seekers to attend
  • Hiring all subject areas & grade levels

Information

  • This virtual event takes place on March 13th from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm. Those jobseekers interested in participating need to Register in advance. Jobseeker registration is FREE. The event is open to anyone looking for a position in a rural Montana public school beginning this coming fall. You are welcome to participate even if you haven’t graduated yet and don’t have a license yet.
  • The registration process consists of about 20 short questions that will be the core of your profile that potential employers will look at to determine if they want to schedule a ‘chat’ with you on March 13th. You will decide which invitations you want to accept. As of 2/10/2020, there were 58 open positions listed.
  • It is optional to provide an email address and/or phone number. All contact and communication can take place within the CareerEco platform.
  • You can enhance your profile by including more information such as a resume, letters of reference, copies of transcripts, cover letters, and portfolio samples. You also have full control over your email preferences.
  • All ‘chats’ are scheduled for your convenience. Chats can lead to live video interviews similar to Skype or Facetime so be dressed appropriately. These live communications happen within the CareerEco platform.
  • You are encouraged to have a quiet place to participate in the event using a computer with a camera or your smartphone. Ensuring adequate and dependable internet connectivity will be important.
  • You may receive a job offer on March 13th or you may be asked for a follow-up interview. The decisions to accept these offers are yours to make.

The Montana Rural Teacher Virtual Career Fair is new to Montana. The event sponsors – MREA, MRP, and SAM consider it ‘the great experiment’ but it is part of a strategic effort to help rural schools in Montana fill positions for the next school year. CareerEco, the platform vendor, is based in Atlanta, GA and was selected after 18 months of research and vetting by the sponsors. As of 2/10/2020, CareerEco is scheduled to facilitate 29 virtual career events before April 21st.

SLP Positions in the Humboldt County Office of Education

The Humboldt County of Education is looking to hire Speech and Language Therapists. There are several positions available in the County Office of Ed as well as many districts, so we are open to several applicants.

Job Summary

Report directly to the program administrator and assumes responsibility for evaluating students on their speech/language ability and providing ongoing therapeutic intervention. The Speech/Language Therapist is responsible for providing consultation to teachers, administrators and parents and for providing information and staff inservice training as may be necessary to facilitate IEP requirements and various related program needs.

Qualification

  • Competent in communicating effectively with children and parents, staff members and representative of the other agencies
  • Knowledgeable of various school and community resources associated with a broad array of special education services
  • Have a valid certificate of clinical competence (CCC-SLP) license and eligible for California credential

Application Procedure

  • Certified Application Form
  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • 3-5 Letters of Recommendation

More Information

Application forms can be found by clicking here.

Please contact Stephanie Jackson, Personnel Coordinator with any questions or for more information at:

707-445-7039

SLP Position Available in the Lewis County Special Education Cooperative (Adna, WA)

RECRUITING FOR THE 2020/21 SCHOOL YEAR.
(Applicant pool may be used to fill openings that occur in the 2019/20 School Year.)

Required Attachments:
Cover Letter
Resume
3 Certificated Reference Forms and/or Letters
Valid Washington State Certificate
Transcripts

Position is located with the Lewis  County Special Education Cooperative (LCSEC) in Adna, WA.

LCSEC provides the highest quality special education services to rural districts in beautiful Western Washington.  Benefits of working with the LCSEC include:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Maintain work/life balance with our optional full-time, 4 day work weeks
  • Travel time and mileage reimbursement
  • Exceptional support staff
  • High retention rate
  • Family-like and supportive work environment

1.0 FTE Contract- 8.75 hours per day for 148 days per school year, but willing to be flexible with decreased hours per day and/or days per school year resulting in a less than 1.0 contract.

Eligible benefits for 8.75 hours per day, 148 days per school year include:  medical/dental insurance, retirement and sick leave.  Eligible benefits for a reduced schedule will be determined by the hours per day, days per year.

The job of Speech Language Pathologist is done for the purpose/s of identifying students with communication disabilities; planning and implementing appropriate treatment to minimize adverse impact on student success; recommending treatment plans; and providing direction to Communication Therapy Aides.

Examples of Duties:
  • Administers standardized and/or supplemental assessments (e.g. hearing screenings, etc.) for the purpose of identifying students with communication disorders.
  • Assesses students’ communication skills (e.g. articulation, fluency, voice, expressive and receptive language, etc.) for the purpose of identifying communication disorders, determining program eligibility and developing recommendations for treatment.
  • Collaborates with a variety of groups and/or individuals (e.g. parents, teachers, physicians, administration, maintenance personnel, team members, other professionals, etc.) for the purpose of communicating information, resolving issues and providing services in conformance with established guidelines.
  • Consults with teachers, parents, other personnel and/or outside professionals for the purpose of providing requested information, developing plans for services, making recommendations and/or coordinating speech/language therapy services with those of other disciplines.
  • Coordinates meetings and processes for eligible students (e.g. testing/screening, IEPs, parent conferences, pre-referral staffing, GQP meetings, etc.) for the purpose of presenting evaluation results, developing treatment plans, and/or providing training to parents/students/staff.
  • Designs therapeutic strategies for the purpose of modifying communicative behavior and/or identifying appropriate assistive devices.
  • Develops treatment plans, interventions and/or educational materials for the purpose of minimizing the adverse impact of communication disorders in conformance with state and federal regulations.
  • Directs the work of assigned Communication Therapy Aides for the purpose of providing guidance and ensuring that program objectives are achieved.
  • Instructs Communication Therapy Aides and other staff for the purpose of providing information on communicative disorders, use of assistive devices and feeding techniques and/or implementing prescribed treatment plans.
  • Instructs eligible students in the use of appropriate communication technologies (e.g. hearing aids, FM systems, augmentative communication devices, etc.) for the purpose of minimizing the adverse educational impact of communication disorders as per state and federal regulations.
  • Interprets medical reports within the scope of Speech/Language Pathologist’s experience and goals for the purpose of providing information and/or ensuring that treatment/intervention plans are appropriate.
  • Maintains files and/or records (e.g. progress reports, activity logs, billing information, treatment plans, required documentation, quarterly reports, screening results, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring the availability of information as required for reference and/or compliance.
  • Participates in meetings, workshops, and seminars (e.g. training, IEPs, team meetings, etc.) for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information.
  • Performs site visits at multiple work sites including home visits for the purpose of providing therapy and assistance as required.
Typical Qualifications:
  • Bachelors degree in job-related area.
  • Eligibility for state certification of ESA Communication Disorders Specialist
Supplemental Information:
  • Valid driver’s license & insurance coverage as required by law
  • Criminal Justice Fingerprint/Background Clearance
  • WA State Sexual Misconduct Disclosure Release
Agency:
Public Schools Personnel Co-op
Address:
6005 Tyee Drive SW

Tumwater, Washington, 98512

Phone:
360-464-6855
Website:
http://www.EdJobsNW.org
***For the full job description or to apply, click here. ***

Assistant/Associate Professor in Audiology Position at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Overview:

Faculty Position – Audiology

  • Title: Faculty
  • Rank: Professorial appointment (assistant or associate professor), tenure track

UAMS offers amazing benefits and perks:

  • Health: Medical, Dental and Vision plans available for staff and family
  • Holiday, Vacation and Sick Leave
  • Education discount for staff and dependents (undergraduate only)
  • Retirement: Up to 10% matched contribution from UAMS
  • Basic Life Insurance up to $50,000
  • Career Training and Educational Opportunities
  • Merchant Discounts
  • Concierge prescription delivery on the main campus when using UAMS pharmacy

Salary:  offered commensurate with experience

Responsibilities

Functions and Responsibilities:

The Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology in the College of Health Professions at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) seeks applicants for a full-time, 12-month faculty position, located in Little Rock, Arkansas. We are searching for a team-oriented faculty member. Academic rank and salary are commensurate with experience and qualifications.

The faculty member will report to the program director of the audiology program in the Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology and will have primary responsibilities of teaching AuD and PhD courses; advising graduate students; directing student research; conducting scholarly activity; supervising graduate students in clinical practicum; and participating in university, community and professional service.

Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Ph.D. in audiology/hearing sciences (candidates within one year of completion of their doctoral degree requirements will be considered).
  2. Eligibility for CCC-A.
  3. Eligibility for licensure in the state of Arkansas.
  4. Strong commitment to fulfill mission of the department, college, and university.

 Preferred Qualifications:

  1. Expertise in the areas of balance assessment/treatment, pediatric audiology/habilitation, amplification, and/or audiologic rehabilitation.
  2. Minimum of one-year clinical experience as a practicing audiologist.
  3. University or college teaching and student supervision experience.
  4. Ability to develop and conduct an externally-funded research program.

Physical Requirements

  • Stand: Frequently
  • Sit: Occasionally
  • Walk: Frequently
  • Bend, crawl, crouch, kneel, stoop, or reach overhead: Occasionally
  • Lift, push, pull, carry weight: 11 – 25 lbs
  • Use hands to touch, handle, or feel: Occasionally
  • Talk: Frequently
  • Hear: Continuously
  • Taste or smell: Never
  • Read, concentrate, think analytically: Continuously
  • Physical Environment: Inside Classroom Setting, Inside Laboratory Environment, Inside Medical Facility Environment, Inside Office Environment
  • Noise Level: Moderate
  • Visual Requirements: Not required
  • Hazards: None

Application Process

Application with curriculum vitae, letter of interest and names/contact information of three references are currently being accepted. Please scan all documents together as one file and upload at the time of application. Evaluation of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) has a unique combination of education, research, and clinical programs that encourages and supports teamwork and diversity.  We champion being a collaborative health care organization, focused on improving the health, health care, and well-being of Arkansans.

To see the full listing and to apply, please click here.

SLP Position in the Enumclaw School District

The Enumclaw School District is a great district that has a lot of support from other SLP’s. The School District is in desperate need of another SLP  that could start in January and is searching for candidates.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Under supervision of the Director of Student Support services will provide itinerant SLP services for students with communication disorders, in special and regular education classroom, from preschool through 12th grade. Other duties as assigned.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

  • Provide itinerant SLP services for students with communication disorders, in special and regular education classroom, from preschool through 12th grade.
  • Screen, evaluate, select and schedule caseload, and provide therapy services, including in-class intervention for students with communication disorders.
  • Work collaboratively with classroom teachers, peers, and other support staff, parents and the community.
  • Develop appropriate IEP goals and objectives.
  • Adapt the professional role of Speech/Language Pathology to the public schools.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Possess or qualify for immediate issuance of an Education Staff Associate certificate for Speech-Language Pathologist.
  • Master’s degree in Speech/Language Pathology required.
  • CCC in Speech/Language Pathology (CFY available).
  • Knowledge of state and school district rules and regulations.
  • Experience in working with students with moderate to severe disabilities.
  • Skills in assessing students and providing feedback as a member of a multidisciplinary assessment team.
  • Skills in programming activities to promote interactive objectives.
  • Skills in programming based on the developmental level of students and functional skills.

APPLICATION:

For the full job description and instructions on how to apply, please click here.

 

SLP Position in Everett Public Schools

Everett Public Schools is looking for a Speech and Language Pathologist as a leave replacement for the 2019-2020 school year.

Major Duties and Responsibilities: 

  1. As a school speech language pathologist:
    • Provides speech and language testing and evaluations of students referred to the speech language pathologist.
    • Develops and maintains a schedule of services to assure the needs of all assigned students are met.
    • Maintains individual student service records as required by the federal government,
      state, district, and sound professional practice.
    • Provides diagnostic audiology services as applicable.
    • Provides habilitative or rehabilitative services for those students identified as having
      speech, language, or hearing problems.
    • Provides consultative services to appropriate personnel (i.e. teachers, administrators,
      parents, etc).
    • Maintains ongoing records for each individual case (speech, language, hearing).
    • Initiates and updates short-term and long-term goals for each case annually on an
      individual education program form, with signed parent approval.
    • Provides assistance for training of other personnel (i.e. practicum students, student
      teachers, helpers, etc.).
    • Provides input in regard to developing and conducting research in speech and hearing
      and pupil services department.
    • Works closely with reading specialists, literacy coaches, special education teachers,
      occupational therapists, physical therapists, school psychologists, audiologists, guidance
      counselors, and social workers, in addition to others.
    • Works with school and district administrators in designing and implementing programs.
    • Work includes data-based decision making, including gathering and interpreting data
      with individual students, as well as overall program evaluation.
  2. Actively participates in faculty and grade level or department meetings, assist building
    efforts to plan, budget, implement, and evaluate the school’s program and to do related work as required. In carrying out these responsibilities, follows school policy and procedures, standard practices, and approved curriculum, and will actively and positively support the school vision.
  3. Is constantly observant of the needs and challenges of students and promptly engages an
    administrator or appropriate educational staff associates when the there is reason to suspect or reasonably believe that a student is at risk or in danger. The teacher serves as a positive role model for students and practices the behaviors that are expected of students.
  4. Assists in the supervision of students at school activities and events. Remains vigilant of students throughout the school day and the school location, taking the initiative to engage students when students are acting inappropriately or in inappropriate locations for the time of day.
  5. Establishes a professional growth plan and annually review the plan and progress with the
    administrator.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Have successful experience working with culturally diverse families and communities  or have otherwise demonstrated a commitment to strengthening engagement of a diverse community and skill in communicating with a diverse population.
  2. Valid Washington State Educational Staff Associate (ESA) Speech Language Pathologist certificate
  3. Master’s degree in speech pathology from an accredited college or university
  4. Ability to understand procedures and function in a school system with regard to the special part health services play in the overall education of the student
  5. Ability to work cooperatively with students and their parents, district staff, and community members who are culturally, racially, and linguistically diverse
  6. Ability to effectively communicate with parents, students, and staff verbally and in writing.
  7. Commitment to collaboration and teaming and effectiveness in working within a professional learning community.
  8. Evidence of continuous professional learning and a commitment to participate in professional growth opportunities and self-reflection on professional practice.

Desired Qualifications:

  1. Certificate of clinical competence (CCC)
  2. Experience working with, or knowledge, of Limited English Proficient students.
  3. Bilingual skills
  4. Successful experience teaching in a diverse student environment.
  5. Successful experience in a team teaching environment.

Application:

To view the whole job description or to apply, please click here.

UF is Recruiting Ph.D Students

Potential Ph.D. Students Invited to Apply!

The University of Florida Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences (SLHS) is actively recruiting enthusiastic and well-qualified applicants for the Ph.D. program.  This program prepares graduates to do state-of-the-art research in a variety of the sub-fields of communication sciences and disorders using many different methodologies. Mentors in both Audiology and Speech/Language are available. Former students have had a strong record of finding high-profile post-doctoral fellowships and faculty positions.

Program Description:

Ph.D. students in this department earn the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Rehabilitation Sciences, and typically finish the program in about 4 years. The Rehabilitation Sciences program at UF includes Ph.D. students from SLHS, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy. The advantage of this program is that students are immersed in interdisciplinary research and collaboration from the beginning of their programs. Students receive comprehensive training in theory, analysis, and dissemination of their research, as well as in-depth research experience in their chosen area of interest.  All accepted Ph.D. students receive a stipend, tuition waiver, and health insurance.

Location:

Their department and the Rehabilitation Sciences degree program, which are part of the College of Public Health and Health Professions, are situated within the bustling UF Health Science Center, which also includes the Colleges of Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Dentistry, and Veterinary Medicine, as well as UFHealth-Shands Hospital.  UF is currently ranked #8 among state universities, and is located in beautiful Gainesville, Florida. Gainesville is great place to live. It has a relatively low cost-of-living, affordable housing, and a high quality of life, leading it to be listed #38 in the 100 Best Places to Live in America 2018. Commutes are short, with most faculty and staff living within 10 miles of campus, and most students living even closer. Gainesville has a lively cultural scene and is surrounded by beautiful parks and wildlife sanctuaries.

Application:

Priority will be given to applications completed by December 7, 2019.  For more information, please contact Dr. Lori Altmann, Ph.D. Program Director (laltmann@ufl.edu), who will be available to meet with potential Ph.D. students at ASHA.