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Knowledge of the characteristics of student learning processes, curriculum, instruction, and classroom management skills. Must be willing to fulfill the duties and responsibilities as detailed below in accordance with best practice in Speech Language Pathology.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Conduct comprehensive speech-language evaluations with recommendations for amounts and type of intervention needed.
  2. Provision of speech-language therapy as indicated, to populations including but not limited to: Developmental Delay, Cognitive Disability, Multiple Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Emotional Disability, for students age 3-21years.
  3. Participate in educational staffing or team meetings as appropriate.
  4. Assists in development, planning and implementation of the Individual Educational Programs or 504 plans. 
  5. Responsible for developing speech-language stimulation programs for use in the classroom and/or home.
  6. Responsible for training for classroom teachers, program aides and parents in the implementation of speech-language intervention.
  7. Responsible for establishing and maintaining accurate and current documentation for all students receiving speech-language services (diagnostic reports, progress reports, therapy, and billing logs)
  8. Participate in child-find activities.
  9. Provides supervision and enforces classroom and building management plans as incorporated in the District Parent/Student Handbook.
  10. Ensures the care and proper usage of school property and prepares an annual inventory as required to complete the general and instructional requisition.  
  11. Prepares a caseload form and a time schedule for all classes and activities conducted under the teacher’s supervision. 
  12. Demonstrate continual growth in technology and skills to stay abreast of current and emerging technologies.
  13. Plan and design effective learning environments and experiences supported by available software and technology to promote communication development.
  14. Implement methods and strategies for applying technology to maximize student learning in the area of communication.
  15. Apply technology to facilitate a variety of effective assessment and evaluation strategies, including evidence-based practice.
  16. Use technology to enhance their productivity and professional practices including word processing, database, spreadsheet, telecommunications and print/graphic utilities, and Individual Education Plan (IEP) programs.
  17. Obtain required continuing education units/hours for the purpose of ISBE certification/IDPR licensure renewal and to ensure growth and development of current best practices in the field of speech-language pathology.
  18. Assumes reasonable duties as directed by building and district administration.



Applicant must have a valid Illinois Professional Educator License with a Speech and Language Pathology endorsement.  Must meet the qualifications and requirements as specified in Title 23, The Illinois Administrative Code.


Per the Collective Bargaining Agreement

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