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• Demonstrates knowledge of formal and informal assessment procedures
• Selects appropriate assessment instruments
• Conducts assessments appropriately
• Interprets assessment information accurately
• Demonstrates knowledge of the screening/referral/evaluation process
• Conducts ongoing assessment of instructional/therapeutic goals and objectives
• Demonstrates awareness, understanding and knowledge of the variety of physical, emotional and cognitive conditions which may contribute to communication disorders

Provision of Instruction/Therapy/Counseling:
• Demonstrates an understanding of the content area
• Defines and/or revises specific and sequential goals and objectives appropriate for student based assessment
• Develops long range plan according to instructional/therapeutic sequence
• Demonstrates daily preparation to achieve IEP goals and objectives
• Selects, prepares and/or adapts materials to meet individual student needs
• Organizes time, space, materials, equipment for instruction/therapy
• Plans for a substitute and has materials available at all times (when appropriate)
• Employs a variety of techniques, methods and materials appropriate for student needs
• Demonstrates effective individual and group behavior management techniques

Communication Skills
• Communicates in an effective, constructive and positive manner with students and parents
• Interacts positively and effectively with school personnel, including supervisors, administrators, teachers, auxiliary staff, building secretaries, etc. as an effective team member
• Promotes positive public relations

Management Tasks
• Facilitates, coordinates and/or schedules for teacher, aide, student, and district personnel
• Manages and coordinates required meetings/conferences
• Manages and coordinates required paperwork
• Trains, supervises and evaluates paraprofessionals (when applicable)
• Completes, monitors and/or forwards pupil data as required
• Participates as a member of district or departmental team in improving service delivery

• Follows policies and procedures of Cooperative
• Demonstrates knowledge of special education legislation and acts in accordance with these mandates
• Demonstrates knowledge in field including current issues and trends
• Demonstrates professionalism (flexible, adaptable, uses good judgement, acts appropriately and ethically, child centered, treats others with respect and dignity)
• Demonstrates continual assessment of individual program effectiveness and responds professionally to feedback
• Participates in professional growth activities
• Actively participates in the staff evaluation process
• Dresses appropriately
• Treats others with respect and dignity
• Maintains a clean work area


Illinois Speech Language Pathologist (PEL)


Length of employment, salary and benefits determined by the Board of Directors of SWCCCASE

How to Apply

Apply online on our employment page at:  www.swcccase.org  

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