School-Based Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP)
Working collegially with general education teachers who are primarily responsible for curriculum and instruction is essential. SLPs also work closely with reading specialists, literacy coaches, special education teachers, occupational therapists, physical therapists, school psychologists, audiologists, guidance counselors, and social workers, in addition to others.
Position requirement will include the following: The therapist will work with students towards their IEP and 504 goals in either individual or group treatment session and will write progress reports on these goals 4 times a year. The therapist must keep consistent records of their sessions with students, including noting briefly the objectives addressed. The therapist will observe and evaluate students as they are referred by the school team, and will provide written feedback and present evaluations at any IEP or 504 meetings. The therapist will consult with teachers as noted in students’ IEPs, as well as when desired by the therapist and/or teacher to promote the students’ growth in the general education classroom. The therapist will report to the Director of Student Services, but will also take responsibility to communicate with classroom teachers regarding changes of schedule and possible alignment of curriculum etc.”
Testing applicants should submit a letter of interest, Resume/CV, two redacted reports from previous evaluations, three references and contact information to the e-mail below with the job title listed in the subject area.
All other applicants should submit a letter of interest, Resume/CV, three references and contact information to the e-mail below with the job title listed in the subject area.
Kevin Domingos, PhD.
Domingos & Associates
687 Highland Ave.,