|SPEECH & LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST - ASSISTANT
Wilmington Public Schools
The Wilmington Public Schools seeks a Licensed Speech and Language Pathologist Assistant. Considered a district position, this position will require direct instruction, consultation, IEP and goal development and evaluation, and service delivery. Candidate must have demonstrated experience utilizing a variety of assessment tools to support evaluation of students within the areas of language development, understanding, and use as well as the ability to analyze testing data and clinical notes to effectively and thoroughly report on student strengths and deficits. Candidate must have effective communication skills, both in writing and in speaking.
•Provides direct small group or 1:1 services in a pull out model or within the classroom setting
•Tracks progress using data collection
•Consults with SLP to develop goals for students, and monitor progress
•Provides services and maintains programs based on goals set by IEP or Learning Plan.
•Services needs of individual children and provides services one to one or in small groups as deemed appropriate.
•Serves as a consultant to classroom teachers as to how to better meet the communication needs of individual children within the group.
•Works in conjunction with the classroom teacher to incorporate the speech/language program into the curriculum.
•Works in conjunction with the team to create Educational Plans for annual reviews and provides input for students who are involved with the three-year re-evaluation or initial evaluation.
•Attends parent conferences whenever needed.
•Maintains a positive learning environment.
•Perform other duties as designated by the Principal/Director of Student Support Services or his/her designee.
•Summer services as required by students IEPs.
Position Type: Full-time
Equal Opportunity EmployerNotice of Non-Discrimination
All educational and non-academic programs, activities and employment opportunities at Wilmington Public Schools are offered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, homelessness, age and/or disability, and any other class or characteristic protected by law.
•Bachelor’s degree required
•Previous experience as an SLP-A in a public school setting
•1+ years of experience preferred
•License in SLP-A
Soula Bousios , Coordinator of Special Education
219 Middlesex Avenue
Wilmington, Massachusetts 01887
Fax: 978- 657- 9764
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