Full-time, Exempt Reports to: SLP Supervisor
Position Summary: The Speech-Language pathologist provides comprehensive speech and language services to students at Oak Hill, including assessment, goal-setting, faculty and parent training, individual, group and co-treatment speech and language therapy sessions, documentation and reporting.
Essential Job Functions:
Assess all students in caseload and develop appropriate goals and objectives to be implemented. Goals to be meaningful in language/speech context to optimize function
Monitor implementation of speech and language IEP goals and objectives
Attend team meetings, IEPs, faculty collaborations and trainings
Collaborate with faculty and parents on Speech-Language practices and programs
Provide individual, group and co-treatment therapy to students on caseload
Compile speech and language data on each student on caseload and provide monthly, quarterly and annual progress reports to appropriate parties
Complete monthly designated instruction services invoices and therapy timesheets
Ensure that appropriate speech and language materials and programs are purchased to implement all speech and language goals and objectives
Timely case notes added to student chart upon completion of sessions and billing delivered to Accounting staff weekly.
Maintain appropriate office hours to meet with parents and students’ outside providers
CFY/RPE Supervision available on-site
California Speech and Language license with certificate of clinical competence or eligibility for clinical fellowship year.
Strongly prefer experience working with Autistic Spectrum Disorder students
Familiarity with developmental relationship-based interventions
Effective written and oral communication skills, including giving and receiving feedback from school partners
Patience and perseverance partnered with a creative therapeutic approach, open to learning new strategies
Flexibility and ability to multi-task successfully
Must demonstrate ability to work collaboratively on a team daily
Proficiency on computer with software applications and demonstrated knowledge of assisted communication/visual systems
Comprehensive knowledge of Social Cognitive Programmatic facilitation
Working knowledge of sensory processing/regulation issues/strategies