BCS is looking to hire a Part-Time Speech Language Pathologist (2.5 to 3 days weekly), the responsibilities and requirements are listed below:
Determine and use professionally sound procedures for referrals, identification, diagnosis, caseload selection, case termination and follow-up of students diagnosed or suspected of having a communication delay/disorder as specified in the Exceptional Education Departmental handbook.
Ensure that student Individual Education Plans (IEP) are implemented as written. Establish daily schedules for assigned students according to service minutes established in the Individual Education Plan (IEP). Weekly school schedules are established according to caseload size and service time in each building.
Adhere to an established schedule unless modifications are necessary for the purpose of evaluations, staffings, medical consults or district-scheduled meetings.
Assume responsibility for securing written parental permission for required consents as mandated by I.D.E.A.
Develop and implement an IEP (and other supporting paperwork) for each student within mandated timelines.
Perform initial evaluations and re-evaluations as required by federal, state and district guidelines.
Complete progress reports quarterly for each student served. Reports are provided to parents during parent conferences or mailed with classroom grade cards.
Compile year-end data and complete all required year-end forms.
Utilize allocated coordination time to perform additional professional responsibilities including developing and updating therapy plans, holding parent conferences, staff consultations, and classroom observations.
Attend scheduled staff developments.
Master’s or higher degree from a state-approved program for speech-language pathologists;
Missouri Certification in Speech/Language Pathology K-12
Licensed by Missouri Board of Healing Arts and/or Certificate of Clinical Competence from American Speech/Language Hearing Association