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Speech Language Pathologist School Based-Chicago, IL

Job Title
Speech Language Pathologist School Based-Chicago, IL
Job ID
27063867
Location
Chicago,  IL
Other Location
Description

 

Futures Education is seeking to hire a Speech Language Pathologist Full Time or Part Time with our Chicago Charter Schools.  

Master's Degree in SLP OR SPEECH & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS 

Licensed SLP (ASHA)

Experience to Supervise-Preferred 2 years of Experience 

Come see why working with Futures Education as a Speech Language Pathologist is such a unique experience!  At Futures, our focus is to form positive partnerships with school districts & our staff to help children make appropriate gains towards their academic and functional goals. We have a great support system in place with Clinical Leads on the ground and always there for you to provide support & mentoring. 

In fact, almost all of our managers and directors are therapists who have worked in schools as practicing clinicians and are now managing and supporting our teams of therapists nationwide.  When you work with Futures, you will never feel like an island. You’ll have both support and advocacy to help you make a difference in children's lives.

Futures Education is therapist owned and operated, and our mission is to build better lives.  Each day offers a chance for us to improve someone’s life.  Do you want to help make a difference?

For more information on these Speech Language Pathologists position in Chicago, IL please contact Chris McDaniels @413-349-4077 or chris.mcdaniels@futureshealthjobs.com  

 

Required Skills

Working in coordination with other ESE teachers in planning and developing
the program
Preparing educational plans annually for each student based on individually
assessed needs in accordance with district procedures.
Conducting grade-wide hearing screenings
Preparing therapy plans for each student.
Providing appropriate schedules for exceptional students involving school
personnel as required.
Conducting speech and language screening once a year for all kindergarten
students and all students not previously enrolled in school.
Seeking a variety of services through community resources and agencies to
meet the needs of exceptional students.
Participating in the in-school staffing and screening processes as appropriate.
Developing and conducting an in-service program to inform classroom
teacher of the goals and objectives of the ESE program and ways of
achieving them in the school setting.
Conferring with the classroom teacher as requested concerning any
educational needs of the student.
Making available to teachers instructional ideas that are appropriate for
exceptional students within the classroom situation.
Strong Documentation and Reporting Skills
Strong Communication Skills
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