Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) Contract Job
A fantastic school district in Monroe, Michigan has partnered with ProCare Therapy to find a licensed Speech Language Pathologists for a full time opening for the 22/23 school year.
- Grades K - 12
- 1 location
- All services for students including Language and Articulation-working with ID/Autism Students, Evaluations, IEP meetings, and assessments
- Grades K - 12
- Full Time
- 35-40 hours a week preferred
- Monday - Friday
- ASAP Start - End of School Year
- Onsite Only
- More in depth details about this position will be available on the interview.
Range of Responsibilities — SLPs help students meet the performance standards of a particular school district and state .
Prevention — SLPs are integrally involved in the efforts of schools to prevent academic failure in whatever form those initiatives may take; for example, in Response to Intervention (RTI). SLPs use evidence-based practice (EBP) in prevention approaches.
Assessment — SLPs conduct assessments in collaboration with others that help to identify students with communication disorders as well as to inform instruction and intervention, consistent with EBP.
Intervention — SLPs provide intervention that is appropriate to the age and learning needs of each individual student and is selected through an evidence-based decision-making process. Although service delivery models are typically more diverse in the school setting than in other settings, the therapy techniques are clinical in nature when dealing with students with disabilities.
Program Design — It is essential that SLPs configure schoolwide programs that employ a continuum of service delivery models in the least restrictive environment for students with disabilities, and that they provide services to other students as appropriate.
Data Collection and Analysis — SLPs, like all educators, are accountable for student outcomes. Therefore, data-based decision making, including gathering and interpreting data with individual students, as well as overall program evaluation are essential responsibilities.
Compliance – SLPs are responsible for meeting federal and state mandates as well as local policies in performance of their duties. Activities may include Individualized Education Program (IEP) development, Medicaid billing, report writing, and treatment plan/therapy log development.
- Master's Degree or Higher in Speech Language Pathology required
- Active Minnesota SLP Licensure required
- Most meet Michigan DOE SLP requirements
- ASHA CCC's or CFY will be considered
- School/ pediatric experience preferred
Benefits with ProCare :
- Competitive Weekly Pay
- Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
- 401(k) options
- Travel and Relocation assistance for those who qualify
- Must live or have a residence 45 miles away from the school location to qualify.
If you believe you would be a great fit for this opening either Apply here or contact Ross Mathews via the contact information below, he's happy to help.
Senior Director of Educational Resources
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