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Why You’ll Love This Job

ABOUT YOU: You are a licensed Speech Language Pathologist or Clinical Fellow and preferably have a background in autism spectrum disorders.  You consider each child’s unique learning style to develop a realistic plan to foster individual achievement, self-esteem, and personal independence 

BENEFITS:

  • Generous paid vacation (6 weeks), holiday, sick, and personal time 
  • Tuition and childcare reimbursement  
  • On-site graduate programs 
  • Comprehensive health/dental/vision benefits 
  • Retirement plan 
  • Employee engagement and resource groups 
  • Employee assistance plan and behavioral health resources 
  • A highly collaborative environment  
  • Opportunities to publish and present 
  • Diverse clinical experiences across age ranges and populations  
  • Ongoing professional development  
  • And much more! 

Job Duties and Responsibilities

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Diagnostic 

  • Administer triennial communication assessments to students as part of the clinical and educational re-evaluation process:  complete written report and present at re-evaluation meeting 
  • Conduct communication skills screening during scheduled intakes:  summarize findings in the intake packet. 

Education/Curriculum Development 

  • Attend regularly scheduled weekly meetings to collaborate with coordinators and other specialists for the purposes of information sharing and team planning  
  • Develop communication objectives at annual assessment and IEP meetings with individual case managers, and provide consultative supervision for relevant objectives on the student’s individualized educational plan. 
  • Develop departmental and school-wide teaching curriculum/lesson plans  
  • Supervise case managers in completing the communication section of quarterly progress reports  
  • Assess AAC eligibility for non-speaking students and determine appropriate communication systems.  Program speech-generating devices appropriate to student’s level of need 

Training and Supervision 

  • Complete assigned observations both in school, at the residence, and in the community.  Provide constructive feedback to teachers and coordinators; role model if needed 
  • Provide in-service training to teachers and assist in team planning by attending team meetings and participating in new teacher training 

Qualifications

QUALIFICATIONS:   

  • ASHA certified (CCC or CF accepted) 
  • Massachusetts Department of Education Certificate as Teacher of Speech, Language, and Hearing Disorders (or in the process if CF) 
  • Massachusetts Board of Registration license (or in the process if CF) 

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Type: Full Time (Salaried)
Job ID: 96327