One of Soliant's clients, located near Angleston, TX, is interviewing bilingual Speech-language pathologists for the upcoming school year.
Located 50 miles from Galveston, TX, this town is close to the coast: great for therapists who love living close to the beach, but maybe not as great for people who fear hurricanes.
This position is full-time; work schedule is 35 hours per week, and includes professional development days, in addition to instructional days.
As a Speech-language pathologist, day-to-day functions include the following:
- Continue professional growth through educational meetings, visiting related facilities, reading professional literature, and exchanging ideas among the district staff.
- Collaborate with other Special Education staff in planning and developing the program.
- Prepare educational plans annually for each student based on individually assessed needs
- Conduct grade-wide speech and language screenings
- Prepare therapy plans for each student.
- Provide appropriate schedules for exceptional students involving school personnel as required.
- Seek a variety of services through community resources and agencies to meet the needs of exceptional students.
- Evaluate students in areas of speech, language and hearing
- Provide diagnostic/evaluation testing for students not meeting the rubrics of speech screening.
- Staff education and Collaboration:
- Inform and collaborate with classroom teachers to attain goals and objectives of the special education program, with the aim of using speech and language services to support learning outcomes
- Share instructional ideas that are appropriate for exceptional students within the classroom
- Ensure that each student in the program has necessary evaluation records in his/her permanent folder.
- Furnish the principal with current exceptional student schedules.
- Complete progress reports on each student in the program.
- Provide progress reports to school personnel and to parents of exceptional students as requested.
- Complete appropriate reports for local, state, federal and educational agencies.
- Refer those students who require further evaluation or follow-up services to the appropriate school personnel or community agencies.
As one of the district's SLP, the applicant will work with elementary to middle school students who speak English as a second language, or who speak Spanish.
Sound like a great location in which to attain work-life balance? Start the application process by e-mailing your resume to Monica Guu at email@example.com I welcome phone inquiries at (770) 723-3774.