Speech Language Pathologist
Speech/Language Pathologist in the Bitterroot Valley
QUALIFICATIONS: Must possess a license from the Montana Board
of Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologists.
REPORTS TO: The Speech Pathologist shall report to the Co-op Director.
FUNCTION: Provide assessment and evaluation for special education eligibility. Develop and implement direct interventions to students. Consult and collaborate with parents and school staff to facilitate the provision of services to students, including the following areas.
Actively participates in staff meetings and offers constructive feedback and suggestions.
Demonstrates ability to critically analyze job performance, respond to feedback and seek training and resources to improve service to students.
Demonstrates high quality of work, including accuracy, neatness, thoroughness, punctuality, time management and technical expertise.
Follows organizational master contract, policies, procedures, practices and professional ethics.
Demonstrates adaptability to meet changing conditions and technology and positively respond to new opportunities, practices, and program improvement procedures
Salary starts at $48,000 annually, to be determined based on experience.