LOCATION: Dover High School / Booker T. Washington Elementary School
REPORTS TO: Principal/Director of Special Education
STARTING DATE: 2018-2019 School Year
Scope of Work: The Speech-Language Pathologist will provide services to students with disabilities, ages 3 to 21.
SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST would be expected to:
Participate in the planning and provision of speech and language therapy for children that includes assistive technology, augmentative communication, social language development, articulation, voice, oral motor, feeding, delayed receptive and language.
Perform appropriate diagnostic and evaluative testing.
Present well constructed, thoughtful, thorough, insightful reports related to completed assessments and observations of students.
Responsible for the development of Individualized Education Programs (IEP’s) and related documentation for speech and language services.
Maintain adequate records of treatment and data of the IEP objectives for the students being served.
Participate in the screening and identification of students.
Meet with parents and advise them of their child’s areas of need and progress of development.
Make recommendations for the level and frequency of services as related to the areas of need in the IEP.
Work with and assist other team members with providing necessary carry over of strategies and skills into all other areas of the students learning opportunities.
Assist individuals in understanding the types and severity of communication disorders.
Licensure is required of all Speech-Language Pathologists in the State
Eligibility for Licensure:
National Examination in Speech-Language Pathology
Temporary Licensure Available for CFY Candidate
Favorable Criminal Background Check for the candidate who is offered employment
Tuberculin test & physical
Mandatory Direct Deposit of paycheck
Internal Number: 17872
About Capital School District
The Vision of the Capital School District is
“Educational Excellence Today for a Changing Tomorrow”
Capital School District, in partnership with students, families, and the community, is committed to leadership and educational excellence. We will educate all students in state-of–the-art facilities to achieve their potential by providing a safe, nurturing environment where standards are high and learning is the priority.
The vision and mission is supported by the following seven core values which will be used to guide the decisions and actions of the Capital School District.
1. Responsiveness : Acknowledging issues/ideas, exploring options and implementing solutions in a timely manner.
2. Commitment: Providing opportunities to assist students in academic achievement, staff in professional growth and parent/community support.
3. Integrity: Fair treatment and ethical behavior.
4. Accountability: Each individual assuming personal and professional responsibility for their actions.
5. High Expectations: Inspiring all students to achieve their full potential through staff, parent and community engagemen...t.
6. Collaboration: Creating an environment for teamwork to flourish, encouraging all employees to provide recommendations in order to reach common goals.
7. Respectfulness : Building positive relationships through respect for all cultures, affirming self-worth and willingness to go the extra mile.
The AMERICAN SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING ASSOCIATION (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for members and affiliates who are audiologists, speech-language pathologists, speech, language, and hearing scientists, audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel, and students