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Duties and Essential Job Functions

  • Participates in teacher and parent conferences, including multidisciplinary conferences, IEP meetings, and annual reviews.
  • Implements IEP’s for all students eligible for special education and related services in the area of speech and language impairment.
  • Provides in service programs to parents, teachers, students, administrators, and other professionals.
  • Completes required documents and reports.
  • Participates on child study and teacher assistance teams.
  • Facilitates curriculum and instructional modifications.
  • Participates in continuing professional education.


Education & Certification Requirements

  •  Individuals must complete a two-year IDFPR-approved program in speech-language pathology assisting in order to qualify for a speech-language assistant license.  In addition, speech-language pathology assistant candidates must successfully pass the licensure test and pay the application fee. 
  • A speech-language pathology assistant license is required in order to work in any setting in the state of Illinois. 
  • Speech-language pathology assistants must complete 10 hours of continuing education every two years (renewal cycle).  
  • An associate’s degree from a speech-language pathology assistant program that has been approved by the Illinois Speech Language Hearing Association; or
  • Bachelor’s degree and completed course work from an accredited college or university that meets the minimum requirements approved by the Illinois Speech Language Hearing Association; or
  • A bachelor’s degree in speech-language pathology or communication sciences and disorders from a regionally or nationally accredited institution approved by the Department, and evidence of completion of at least 100 hours of documented fieldwork supervised by a licensed speech-language pathologist that is comparable to that completed in a speech-language pathology assistant program in this state.
  • Have or obtain the Speech Language Pathology Assistant license from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation.


Hourly wage to be negotiated with finalist; Benefits include health, life, and vision insurance; Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) contribution; Paid sick time and personal time.

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