Provide speech therapy services to students on assigned caseload.
Conduct speech and language assessment and consultation in varied settings.
Conduct, attend, provide needed documentation, and participate in ARD/IEP committee meetings for students needing speech therapy services.
Attend MTSS/SST meetings for students referred for speech and language concerns.
Refer students for additional evaluations and consultations as needed.
Coordinate the placement and speech therapy services for Neighborhood School Speech (NSS) students.
Provide consultation and education to parents, caregivers, staff and other professionals regarding speech and language disorders and/or speech therapy services.
Interpret and explain test results to ARD/IEP committees.
Develop therapy plans for students based on their IEPs and curricula.
Maintain all required documentation (e.g., progress notes for documentation of therapy provision/Medicaid billing, progress reports to parents, completion of evaluation reports, completion of ARD/IEP paperwork, maintenance of student special education records, communication with other professionals/parents/community resources as appropriate, etc.)
Regularly report progress to parents per ARD committee determination.
Comply with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the Texas Education Agency (TEA), and TDLR rules concerning the provision of special education related services for speech and language.
Attend network team meetings.
Participate in the district's Medicaid initiatives.
Keep abreast of current trends in the practice of speech-language pathology and continue to develop professional skills.
Perform all other tasks and duties as assigned.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Travel throughout the district is integral to this job. A remote working environment /alternate work arrangement is not an option for campus-based employees/campus-based positions because regular and punctual attendance at the worksite and performing all duties at the worksite are essential job duties for all campus-based personnel.
Master’s degree or higher in Speech and Language Pathology or Communication Disorders and valid TX license for Speech and Language Pathology granted by the Texas Department of Licensing and regulation (TDLR) OR Bachelor's degree with a Texas Educator Certificate in Speech and Hearing Therapy (PK-12) and/or valid TX license for Speech and Language Pathology granted by TDLR.
0 to 1 year of experience providing speech therapy services to typical caseloads in school setting or 2 years of experience as a school based SLP managing all duties of a full caseload to be considered for supervision of licensed SLP-Assistant(s) and/or SLP-Intern(s).
ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) preferred.
Knowledge of federal and state laws and guidelines related to speech and language therapy services.
Knowledge of assessments, assessment procedures, completing/writing reports following an evaluation, ARD/IEP meetings (both documentation and conducting meetings), IEPs, therapy provision (e.g., activities, materials, timing, curriculum alignment, etc.), and documentation of services provided.
Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.