Speech and Language Pathologist
Website Columbus Public Schools
Student Support Services/Speech and Language Pathologist
Columbus Nebraska Public Schools
DEPARTMENT: SPECIAL EDUCATION
JOB TITLE: SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST
D.O.T. # FULL TIME
Sedentary Light X
- Minimum of Master’s degree in Speech Pathology.
- A valid NE Teaching Certificate, or ability to obtain one, with endorsement in Speech Pathology.
- A demonstrated philosophy that all students can and will learn.
- Excellent attendance record
- Excellent communication skills oral and written
- Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Best Instructional Practices
- Positive interpersonal skills
- Professional verification of successful classroom teacher performance and/or student teaching experience.
- Evidence of the willingness and the ability to comply with the standards for ethical and professional performance established by the State Board of Education.
- This individual will exhibit skills pertinent to foster positive human relationships and the ability to work effectively with students, staff, parents and the community
- A willingness and demonstrated abilities conducive to a continuous quest for quality education.
REPORTS TO: Building Principal and Executive Director of Special Education
- A Speech Pathology serves students with a speech language disability in their attendance area school.
- Students are verified in the area(s) of voice, articulation, language and fluency. The severity of the disability and the IEP determine the amount of service provided to each student.
- The Speech Pathologist works closely with the classroom teacher and the parent(s) to enhance the student’s progress.
- Developing students’ cognitive capacity and respect for learning
- Positively fostering students’ self-esteem
- Working with and understanding a diverse student population
- Integration of leadership, technology, and communication into the curriculum
- Planning for and guiding the learning process to help students achieve program objectives
- Maintaining a classroom atmosphere conducive to learning
- Implementing useful diagnostic and progress assessment measures
- Selecting and using effective instructional methods and learning materials
- Establishing a cooperative relationship with all assigned students
- Maintaining open lines of communication with parents/ guardians/ staff
- Engaging in professional growth activities through an ongoing program of job related knowledge and skill development
- Working collaboratively to achieve the overall purpose of the school’s program and support the District’s vision, aims and goals
- Integrating of the themes of leadership, technology, and communication with a diverse population
- This individual will exhibit skills pertinent to foster positive human relationships and the ability to work effectively with students, staff, parents and the community.
Never Occasional Frequent Constant
0% 1-32% 33-66% 67%+
A. Standing X
B. Walking X
C. Sitting X
D. Bending X
E. Reaching X
F. Climbing X
G. Driving X
H. Lifting X
I. Carrying X
J. Manual Dexterity Tasks: X
Specify: Telephone, computer/word processor, internet
OTHER REQUIREMENTS (Intellectual, Sensory):
Daily access to an automobile.
Effective oral and written communications skills.
Skills in leadership, human relations, decision making, problem solving and conflict managements.
Ability to deal with a wide variety of individuals.
Ability to access programs in non-handicapped accessible buildings.
A. Inside Outside Both X
B. Climatic Environment: Air-conditioned Building
C. Hazards: Stairs in most building. Communicable disease.
To apply for this job please visit columbuspsne.apptegy.us.