GENERAL DUTIES: Screen, evaluate and identify students for speech and language services; design and implement appropriate intervention strategies; collect student performance data and establish and maintain a daily schedule. Supervise Speech-Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) as necessary. Provide information relative to communication disorders to students, parent/guardians, and teachers.
DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE TO: Director of Special Education
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS & REQUIREMENTS:
Assess students’ communication skills (e.g. articulation, language, fluency, voice, etc.) for the purpose
of determining their communication needs deficits and developing recommendations.
Ability to obtain or already possess the California permit to supervise Speech-Language Pathology
Collaborate with teachers and parents regarding program content and intervention services
Collect student performance data and monitor the effectiveness of the provided intervention.
Design and implement appropriate intervention strategies, including a broad array of service delivery
model including application of technology
Facilitates meetings (e.g. IEP conferences, parent meetings, in-services, etc) for the purpose of
developing plans and/or providing information regarding students’ functional goals.
Instructs students for the purpose of implementing goals for remediation of speech and language
Screens students for the purpose of determining the need for further individualized assessment.
Maintain integrity of confidential information relating to students, staff or district patrons
Train, schedule and direct assigned Speech-Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) to maximize
delivery of services
Cultivate and model a respectful working and learning environment
WORK PLACE EXPECTATIONS:
Work effectively with and respond to people from diverse cultures or backgrounds
The employee will demonstrate professionalism and appropriate judgment in the work setting.
Have a regular and punctual attendance
Confer regularly with immediate supervisor
Follow the District policies, work procedures and reasonable requests by proper authority.
Masters in Speech-Language Pathology
Appropriate California Speech-Language Pathology Services Credential
Speech-Language Pathology Services Credential
Three Letters of Recommendation Letter of Interest Resume
Additional Salary Information: You can visit the Lammersville Unified School District website to access our Speech and Language Salary Schedule:
Internal Number: 974744
About Lammersville Unified School District
Lammersville Unified School District, originally founded in 1876, has evolved from a one room school house to a 21st Century learning environment. For the second year in a row, LUSD has been recognized as a top 100 School District in the State of California, and is the highest performing school district in the San Joaquin County. Lammersville offers state-of-the-art facilities for student learning and staff development through the use of technology, while offering students unlimited access to learning opportunities. With five K-8 campuses and a comprehensive high school, we serve our growing community of Mountain House and its nearly 5,000 students, embracing the diverse backgrounds of all. Our mission at Lammersville Unified School District is of a collaborative partnership including families, community members and staff, with the goal of graduating all students with the knowledge and ability to make good choices, to act responsibly, to eventually enter the workforce in a profession of their choice, and to continue lifelong learning.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 191,500 members and affiliates who are audiologists; speech-language pathologists; speech, language, and hearing scientists; audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel; and students.