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Speech-Language Pathologist - Trenton, NC

Great careers begin with great opportunities! As the nationwide leader in school-based and early intervention services, the Invo-Progressus team offers incredible careers rich with rewards – bothmpersonally and professionally! We are currently searching for part-time Speech-Language Pathologists in Trenton, NC to provide services in a school-based setting.

For more than twenty years, Invo-Progressus has been providing therapeutic services that create better outcomes for children. The Invo-Progressus team is comprised of some of the nation’s most talented and influential education and therapy leaders all of whom have a keen understanding of how to meet the unique needs of school districts, children and families and help them succeed. We are committed to helping children and families, school leaders and clinicians achieve success.

Best Practices. Best Careers. Best Outcomes for Children.

Requirements:
• Master’s Degree from an ASHA accredited university
• Appropriate state licensure or ability to obtain appropriate state licensure
• Ability to evaluate and diagnose speech, language and cognitive-communication disorders
• Ability to treat speech, language and cognitive-communication disorders in school-aged children
• Personal commitment to driving positive outcomes for students
• Collaborative minded professional with strong oral and written communication skills
• Ability to work and build strong relationships with parents, teachers and school administrators
• Experience working in schools or with children a plus, but not required
Full-time Benefits:
• Competitive compensation with flexible pay options
• Comprehensive Benefits Package (Medical/Dental/Vision Coverage, 401(k) Retirement Saving Plan with a discretionary company match)
• Flexible Spending Plan for medical and dependent coverage
• Professional Liability Coverage
• Licensure reimbursement
• Annual Professional Development stipend
• Professional membership stipend
• Unlimited CEUs through the Progressus Pathways Learning Center
• Unparalleled mentoring and support
• Many More!

For additional information, call 800-892-0640 to speak with a dedicated Career Services Manager or email your resume to careers@invo-progressus.com. Submit your resume directly via the following link:
http://bit.ly/2uzfNft

Organzation
Organization: 
Invo Healthcare/Progressus Therapy
Primary Contact: 
Anna Fox
Telephone: 
(800) 892-0640

HI - TEACHER OF STUDENTS W/ HEARING IMPAIRMENT - 195 DAY

HI - TEACHER OF STUDENTS W/ HEARING IMPAIRMENT - 195 DAY

EFFECTIVE: SY 2019-20
REPORTS TO: Principal

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
Master’s degree preferred. Bachelor’s degree required. PWCS is interested in candidates with ESL and bilingual credentials and foreign language fluency.

STATE REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS:
Hold a Virginia teaching certificate with endorsements in the area of disability served. In lieu of complete endorsement, a conditional license may be granted if the teacher is working toward complete endorsement at a rate of a minimum of six (6) semester hours per year.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk; sit; use hand-to-finger, handle or feel objects; tools, student supplies or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, and occasionally to run. The employee after proper training will be required to physically assist or restrain students. The employee will frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move more than 50 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, and the ability to adjust focus. Specific hearing abilities required by this job include the ability to hear the spoken word at a normal volume, and at 20 feet with back turned.

BASIC FUNCTION/NATURE OF WORK:
The special education teacher’s function is to develop and implement effective instructional practices based on the needs identified in students’ Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). The teacher will develop, implement and monitor the students’ Individualized Education Programs in collaboration with parents and other IEP Team members. The teacher will promote a collaborative relationship with school staff and parents that will foster inclusionary practices.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES/ILLUSTRATIVE EX OF WORK:
1. The duties and responsibilities of a special education teacher shall include the responsibilities of teachers as listed in Prince William County Public Schools Regulation 561.01-1, Certificated Personnel Responsibilities and Duties.

2. The teacher shall have knowledge of and adhere to federal, state and local laws and regulations governing the education of students with disabilities.

3. Develop Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), plan curriculum, develop individualized lesson plans and prepare instructional materials that reflect understanding of the learning styles and needs of assigned students, considering the Virginia Standards of Learning, local requirements and physical, emotional, and academic levels of development.

4. Instruct students in all areas specified by the IEP.

5. Develop and implement a variety of effective teaching strategies and techniques; i.e., hands-on, student interaction, lecture, group work, etc., to present instructional content to the students.

6. Plan, integrate and utilize technology for classroom instruction.

7. Utilize assistive technology and specialized equipment.

8. Work with students to increase motivation, provide consistent reinforcement to learning, continuous assessment of level of functioning, and continuous feedback to students for all learning activities.

9. Develop and implement a plan for managing classroom behaviors in accordance with IEP using a variety of positive behavioral supports.

10. Participate in the development and implementation of Behavioral Intervention Plans using the Functional Behavior Assessment process.

11. Administer, interpret, and report standardized test results for purposes of evaluating educational progress and determining eligibility for special education.

12. Participate in staff, department and special education committee meetings as required.

13. Maintain a system of record keeping and data collection following required procedures as outlined in the Special Education Manual.

14. Compile and maintain special education component of Student Education Record as outlined in the Special Education Manual.

15. Complete Prince William County Public Schools’ 30-hour staff development requirement.

16. Participate in specialized staff development activities to improve job related skills and apply “best practices” in working with students with disabilities.

17. In a co-teaching situation, collaborate with general education classroom teacher to assess program effectiveness, recommend instructional strategies, ensure implementation of student’s required accommodations and/or modifications, provide curriculum coordination between general and special education, and evaluate the student’s educational progress.

18. Consult with general education teacher regarding instructional and behavioral strategies for assigned students in general education classes.

19. Inform general education teachers of accommodations and modifications required by the students’ IEPs.

20. Plan and supervise assignments for teacher assistant(s) and/or other volunteer(s).

21. Perform other duties within the limits of special education regulation as assigned by the Principal.

Organzation
Organization: 
Prince William County Schools, Virginia
Primary Contact: 
Cheri Bradford

SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST - 195 DAY

SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST - 195 DAY

EFFECTIVE: SY 2019-20

REPORTS TO: Supervisor, Office of Special Education

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
Master’s degree required; Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP) preferred.
ESL, bilingual credentials, and/or foreign language fluency preferred.

STATE REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS:
Hold, or be eligible for, a valid school speech-language pathologist license issued by the Virginia Board of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The work environment characteristics described herein are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk; sit; use hand to finger, handle or feel objects; tools, student supplies or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand and occasionally to run. The employee, after proper training, may be required to physically assist or restrain students. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally life and/or move more than 50 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, and the ability to adjust focus. Specific hearing abilities required by this job include the ability to hear the spoken word at a normal volume and at 20 feet with back turned.

BASIC FUNCTION/NATURE OF WORK:
The primary function of the speech/language pathologist is to identify and treat children with speech, language, voice, or fluency disorders. This is accomplished through working with teachers, administrators, parents, and students. The primary goal of the speech/language pathologist is to facilitate development of communication.

DIMENSIONS:
Budget Responsibilities: This position requires the selection and procurement of therapy materials.
Employees Supervised: None
Number of Schools/Departments: Assignment depends upon location of students on caseload.
Number of Students: Caseloads may not exceed 68:1; unlimited number of students screened/evaluated during the school year.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES/ILLUSTRATIVE EX OF WORK:
1. The speech/language pathologist shall work collaboratively with all stakeholders in providing a World-Class Education.

2. The responsibilities and duties of the speech/language pathologist shall include the responsibilities of teachers as listed in Regulation 561.01-1.

3. The responsibilities of the speech/language pathologist shall include but not be limited to:

a. Screening new students to the county for speech/language disorders.
b. Observing classrooms, as requested, to provide suggestions for addressing speech/language disorders.
c. Evaluating students referred with speech/language concerns to determine area of involvement and degree of severity.
d. Following the timelines and completing the paperwork for determining students’ eligibility for the speech/language program and speech as a related service.
e. Developing an appropriate Individualized Education Program for each student and implementing it according to State regulations.
f. Providing speech/language therapy according to the needs of the students, and the State guidelines.
g. Developing home programs and consulting with parents, as necessary.
h. Consulting with teachers regarding the speech/language program general information as well as specific information on students in therapy.
i. Working as part of an interdisciplinary team with students who have multiple disabilities; this could include developing and implementing a feeding program, developing and training use of an augmentative communication system, and/or facilitating language in the classroom.
j. Presenting professional development opportunities for school faculty, as warranted.
k. Attending county sponsored professional development to provide a means of professional growth.
l. Providing a monthly count of the number of students on the caseload to the program coordinator.
m. Maintaining equipment and materials in good condition and returning borrowed materials to the program coordinator by the end of the school year.
n. Providing information to the program coordinator or supervisor, as requested.

4. The speech/language pathologist shall adhere to state, federal, and local laws and regulations governing the education of students with disabilities.

5. The speech/language pathologist shall be responsible for completing and submitting Medicaid Plans of Care for speech therapy and personal care services, Medicaid speech orders for therapy evaluations, monthly Medicaid progress notes, and Medicaid discharge summaries to the Supervisor of Regional Programs. These duties shall replace other building obligations, such as lunch, hall, or bus duty.

6. The speech/language pathologist shall perform other duties required by the supervisor, as assigned.

Organzation
Organization: 
Prince William County Schools, Virginia
Primary Contact: 
Cheri Bradford