Speech Language Pathologist

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Position Title: Speech Language Pathologist 

POSITION SUMMARY: The Speech Language Pathologist works with speech, language  and/or hearing disorders of identified students so affected need not be handicapped in their  educational and vocational goals. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 

  1. Identifies communication disorders. 
  2. Plans and conducts therapeutic programs. 
  3. Provides consultative services to others as needed. 
  4. Develops and maintains data recording and evaluation systems. 
  5. Plans and conducts parent conferences. 
  6. Coordinates therapy with classroom and home activities. 
  7. Develops therapeutic processes that will effect needed change. 
  8. Evaluates outcome of process and determines further needs. 
  9. Participates in Multidisciplinary Assessment Teams. 
  10. Performs appropriate tasks as designated by the Director of Student Services. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 

  1. M.A. or M.S. Degree in Speech Language Pathology. 
  2. Valid Washington State ESA certification as Speech Language 

Pathologist/Audiologist. 

  1. Successful experience as a Speech Language Pathologist preferred. 4. Demonstrated ability to work successfully with K-12 students, staff, and multicultural community. 
  2. Possess general knowledge and varied experience. 
  3. Demonstrated individual personal achievements(s). 
  4. Demonstrated interest in and evidence of continued personal and professional  growth. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 

This is a sedentary position with light work that involves sitting a portion of the time, but  does require walking and standing for extended periods. This position requires accurate  perception of sound, near and far vision, depth perception; handling and working with  educational and psychological materials; and providing highly technical oral and written  information and reports. 

Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform  the essential functions of the job.  

The Speech Language Pathologist works under the direction of the Director of Student  Services and/or the Building Administrator. The Speech Language Pathologist maintains  continuous contact with various staff members to insure close coordination and  communication necessary for successfully accomplishing the objectives of the speech and  hearing program within the total educational process. They also maintain contact with  parents, parent-teacher associations, professional associations and other community  organizations in order to promote understanding and goodwill toward the objectives of the  speech and hearing program in the Monroe School District.

SALARY AND BENEFITS 

Salary placement is based on the approved District salary schedule for the BASE and local  TRI pay. Benefits include: health, dental, vision, long-term disability and life insurance, per  MEA agreement. 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: 

Interested applicants shall submit a letter of interest that addresses the qualities and concepts  noted in this job posting as well as those required items as identified on the District  application. 

Following receipt of applications, candidates will be screened and interviews scheduled.  Following interviews, a check with references and a review of the application file, a  candidate will be recommended to the Superintendent and Board of Directors for  appointment. 

SELECTION SCHEDULE 

This position is posted for 5 days for current MEA bargaining members to apply. Notice of Non-Discrimination 

The Monroe School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion,  color, national origin, age, honorable discharged veteran or military status, sexual  orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or  physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a  disability in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and  other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle  questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Title IX Coordinator, Joanne Dickinson  (360.805.2539), Section 504/ADA Coordinator, Ginnie Ayres (360.804.5228, and  Compliance Coordinator, Joanne Dickinson (360.805.2539). 

The Monroe School District is an equal opportunity employer and supports the spirit, policies  and practices of state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination in keeping with the  District’s Affirmative Action Plan. 

The Monroe School District will also take steps to assure that national origin persons who  lack English language skills can participate in all education programs, services and activities. 

IMMIGRATION REFORM AND CONTROL ACT REQUIREMENT 

All new employees are required by law to submit documentation to Human Resources  proving eligibility to work in the USA by completing an Employment Eligibility Form within  three days of employment. 

APPLICANT DISCLOSURE STATEMENT 

Pursuant to Chapter 486, Laws of 1987, all applicants must complete the disclosure form  provided by Human Resources at the time of application. 

BACKGROUND CHECK ON NEW HIRES 

According to 1992 legislation ESHB 2518, all school employees with regularly scheduled  unsupervised access to children are required to have a criminal background check, which  includes fingerprinting. 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT 

All District employees are required to attend an HIV/AIDS presentation and a Harassment,  Intimidation and Bullying presentation. 

** MONROE SCHOOL DISTRICT IS A SMOKE-FREE AND DRUG FREE WORK PLACE**

Monroe Full-time
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