Speech Language Pathologist

  • Demonstrate a knowledge of state rules and regulations regarding special education and related services, specifically in speech, language, and hearing.
  • Speak clearly and concisely in written and oral communications.
  • Demonstrate assessment, diagnostic, and data interpretation skills.
  • Demonstrate consultation and collaboration skills.
  • Be able to travel between school buildings.
  • Demonstrate an ability to hear and discriminate sounds.
  • Have a basic understanding of and fundamental abilities with technology and assistive devices.
  • Demonstrate the ability to schedule appointments and meet deadlines.
  • Demonstrate report writing skills.
  • Be able to present information and respond to questions by parents and staff.
  • Pursues professional growth opportunities such as attending conferences, reading professional journals, and/or participating in professional organizations and on-site professional development.
Other duties may be assigned by the administration.