The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) provides individualized education programs to students. The SLP is responsible for developing, implementing and relating the daily activities of the students to the core curriculum. Through continuous collaboration with a variety of individuals and groups, including parents, district and county personnel and various agencies, the SLP provides for the academic, social and emotional growth of each student by using a variety of instructional strategies. The SLP continually assesses student’s progress to maximize their fullest potential.
For the current assignment, the Speech-Language Pathologist will identify and provide remedial services for students with impairments of language, speech and hearing. This position serves as a resource person to regular and special education teachers.
Experience with conducting language, speech and hearing assessments and providing educational services.
Skill in diagnosing speech errors and applying correct remediation techniques in a variety of delivery models, preparing and maintaining reports and records;
Knowledge of standardized speech and language assessment instruments, their administration and interpretation, language development and phonology, alternative methods of communication, assessment of non-verbal students; CCC is a plus.
Ability to maintain appropriate records, work and communicate effectively with students, parents and public agencies, maintain a flexible schedule, operate business machines and educational equipment; operate a motor vehicle, and travel to various locations.
Physical Abilities include some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling; some climbing and balancing; some stooping, kneeling, crouching and/or crawling; hearing, speaking, observing and significant fine finger dexterity. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Generally the job requires sitting, walking, standing and the ability to lift or move up to 40 lbs. Employee may be exposed to hostile or abusive individuals. The job is performed under minimal temperature variations, a generally hazard free environment, and in a clean atmosphere.
Additional Salary Information: • $10,000 one-time hiring incentive for fully credentialed/licensed SLPs;
• 5% salary increase effective 7/1/18, maximum salary $104,454;
• Up to $38,250 for tuition reimbursement over three years (interns only);
• Reimbursement for professional fees: SBCSS pays for ASHA, CSHA & state license - $470 -ASHA Annual Certification maintenance, CSHA Annual Membership, CA Speech-Language Pathologist & Audiology Hearing Aid Dispenser Board (every other year). The total is $360 when CA Speech-Language Pathologist & Audiology Hearing Aid Dispenser Board fees are not due.
• Additional compensation for supervision of SLPAs;
• 197-day contract with salary schedule (5% increase, $113,063 maximum);
• No maximum limit on service credit. SBCSS will accept all years of public/private experience;
• SBCSS will contribute up to $16,171 for benefits (full-time only) with minimal out of pocket expense;
• Collaborative relationship between labor and management.
Internal Number: 6251.00
About San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools
The mission of San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools is to transform lives through education. Working in collaboration with school districts, other agencies, families and our community partners, we provide leadership, advocacy and services to ensure innovative, inspiring educational practices. This endeavor is essential to the quality of life and economic vitality of our communities.
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.