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The successful candidate will be responsible for evaluation and treatment of feeding, swallowing, and/or communication in patients 0-18 years. Participation on multi-disciplinary teams and collaboration with colleagues in speech pathology and other departments (i.e., otorhinolaryngology, developmental behavioral pediatrics, physical medicine and rehabilitation, community pediatrics, neurology, and psychology) is expected.
Qualified candidates must have an MS or MA degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
CCC-SLP and eligibility for Minnesota SLP licensure.
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Job Requirements: Licensed as a Speech and Language Pathologist by the Board of Educational Examiners (BOEE), or Licensed as a Speech and Language Pathologist by the Iowa Department of Public Health along with having a Statement of Professional Recognition (SPR) from the BOEE
Partners with educators, families and communities to provide effective learning environments for all students. Helps ensure success for all learners. Provides services to individuals with communicative disabilities, birth-21, through a variety of service delivery models, while collaborating and integrating within the total educational framework.
1. Master’s degree related to speech-language pathology from an accredited institution
2. Iowa license with B-21 Speech-Language Pathologist endorsement, or Department of Public Health license with BOEE Statement of Professional Recognition.
1. Supports total school/community efforts to create a positive learning environment for students/children.
2. Serves as liaison among AEA, district building(s), families and community and collaborates with various teams to assure positive outcomes for all learners.
3. Models, implements and assesses strategies related to learning, social, emotional and behavioral needs to enhance educational programming for all learners.
4. Provides ongoing support to educational staff related to applicable rules and laws.
5. Integrates research into the design of best practices.
6. Consults with teachers and administrators regarding best practices for classroom and building educational programs.
7. Follows policies, procedures, standards and rules in accordance with national and state laws, the Iowa Dept. of Education and Great Prairie AEA, which includes, but is not limited to, developing and maintaining proper and adequate records and documentation.
8. Gathers child specific information by observing, interviewing, and sampling communication behaviors from multiple sources and settings including the child, parent, school/teacher, and home.
9. Provides a continuum of remedial services to the student with a communication deficit, which may include home programming, consultation with parents and/or teachers, classroom programs and individual or group intervention.