SPEECH AND LANGUAGE CLINICIAN
DURATION: Full Time (10-month school year)
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide direct speech and language therapy, inclusion and consultation services to students with speech and language services in the K-12 setting.
Case manage students under S/L disability categories
Provide S/L services to students as a service provider including completing speech/language portions of the IEP
Complete initial and special education reevaluations for students with S/L needs
Knowledge of special education law, IEP development, and assessment
Write IEP in its entirety using a data driven approach to goals and service delivery
Lead and attend all IEP meetings as directed by caseload, inviting team members
Complete organizational tasks that include IEP completion, parent contacts, uploading forms, respond to feedback and corrections, and organize special education files.
Work with a variety of technology including special education and regular education platforms of Infinite Campus, grades, attendance, behavior referrals, google classroom.
Responsible for overseeing and coordinating and scheduling speech services for students on the caseload
Communicate with the parents/guardians, special education and regular education staff on a regular basis, work collaboratively with a variety of staff
Administer, score and interpret speech and language assessments including adding to evaluation reports and writing a complete evaluation report for case managed students
Knowledge of and ability to develop therapy activities aligned with goals across a variety of speech and language areas integrating Ojibwe culture concepts and activities.
Demonstrate flexibility with the daily schedule
Complete quarterly progress reports
Participate in school activities as assigned- field trips, assemblies, pow wows, student programs, graduation ceremonies.
Directly responsible to the Director of Special Education.
Other duties as assigned.
Wisconsin license certification speech and language clinician- ASHA CCC compensation
Must be supportive of the philosophy, concept, policy and procedures of the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe School.
Experience working with Native American youth referred
Native American preference in employment