Exempt; 7.33 Hours/Day; 200 Days/Year; 10 Months/Year Minimum Qualifications
Nature of Position
- Master's degree in speech/language pathology from an accredited institution.
- Tuberculin skin test certifying that the individual is free of contagious tuberculosis.
- In possession of a current license in speech pathology issued by the Virginia Board of Examiners for Audiology and Speech Pathology.
- Considerable knowledge of the principles and methodologies of effective remediation of students with speech/language disorders including specific therapy techniques, use of adaptive communication devices, and implementation of instructional accommodations.
- Considerable knowledge of state and federal regulations and guidelines.
- Ability to work effectively with parents, school staff, and administrative personnel.
- Ability to effectively organize and present information, both orally and in writing.
- Ability to accurately observe, report, and record learning progress of students.
- Serves up to 68 students with speech/language impairments at one or more schools.
- Develops and implements Individualized Education Programs (IEP) for students with speech/language impairments.
- Completes appropriate speech/language assessments to include, but are not limited to: the speech portion of the new student 60 day screening, assessment for students referred for suspected speech/language deficits, and the speech/language assessment component for students referred for comprehensive evaluations.
- Interprets and reports assessment results within designated time lines.
- Develops and presents lessons to individual students, small groups, and large groups in special and general classrooms.
- Implements techniques to facilitate language and remediate speech difficulties.
- Demonstrates classroom management techniques with groups and individual students.
- Works cooperatively with other professional staff members who are involved in the educational programming of students with speech/language impairments.
- Interprets the characteristics of students with speech/language impairments to the faculty and staff.
- Maintains a clear, concise, and timely record keeping system.
- Provides a positive educational environment for students.
- Collects data documenting the speech/language/educational progress of students.
- Serves as a resource to the student support team.
- Develops individualized behavioral plans.
- Prepares instructional materials for student use.
- Prepares classroom displays.
- Supervises students in the classroom, general school building, and community.
- Work is performed in a school environment and is subject to deadlines and frequent The employee must respond to multiple demands of a large number of students with unique and individual needs.
Job Categories: Special Education > Speech/Language Pathologist
Student Services > Speech/Language Pathologist Contact Information
- Amanda Schilling
- 800 E. City Hall Ave
- Norfolk, Virginia 23510