• Speech-Language Pathologist

    Posted: 07/07/2024

    Position: Speech Language Pathologist 

     

    Assignment & FTE:  Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) - 0.5 FTE

     

    Start date: 8/19/2024

     

    Pay and Benefits: Per the Ed Mn Hastings - Teacher Master Agreement 

     

    Required Qualifications:  

     
    • Current Speech Language Pathologist license issued by the Minnesota Department of Education

    • Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology

    • Experience working with a wide variety of communication needs

    • Experience in due process procedures including conducting evaluations, writing IEPs/IFSPs, progress monitoring and meeting facilitation

    • Excellent oral and written communication including report writing and family interview skills.

    • Ability to be flexible based on program and student needs

    • Knowledge of all due process requirements and strong computer skills

    • Ability to adapt equipment and materials for children with disabilities

    • Strong organizational skills

    • Ability to work with students, families, professionals and staff of various cultural and ethnic backgrounds

    • Ability to interact with and maintain cooperative relationship with all levels of staff and the public 

     

    Preferred Qualifications:

     
    • Previous related experience

     

     Essential Duties:

     
    • Participate in multidisciplinary team for evaluation/assessment of a child, child’s family, and in the development of integrated goals and outcomes for IEPs

    • Educate parents and others regarding the provision of services

    • Provide specialized instruction as outlined in IEPs

    • Utilize a variety of materials and teaching techniques including evidence-based practices

    • Implement a variety of service delivery models including push-in classroom intervention, indirect/consultation

    • Consult with parents, other service providers to ensure the effective provision of services

    • Provide indirect and direction services to individual students on IEPs for students to receive meaningful benefit in the general ed curriculum, per the IEP team recommendations. 

    • Collaborate with educational staff about student needs and progress

    • Plan and conduct a system of continuous evaluation of each student’s progress

    • Encourage and instruct parents and educational staff in appropriate methods to assist their child

    • Participate in meetings to include IEP, conferences, in-services, etc. for the purpose of developing plans and/or providing information regarding student’s goals/outcomes

    • Prepare documentation (evaluation, observations, progress reports) and maintain records as required and for compliance with district administrative policies, state and federal rules and regulations.

    • Provide and maintain 3rd party billing documentation for eligible students

    • Provide IEP case management 

    • Maintain confidentiality

    • Other duties as assigned 

     

    Application Procedure:

     
    • Apply online at www.hastings.k12.mn.us 

    • If you have questions, contact Jill Petersen, Director of Special Services: jpetersen@isd200.org or 651-480-7008