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KIPP Bay Area Public Schools: Speech-Langauage pathologist

KIPP Bay Area Public Schools

This is a Part-time position in Oakland, NJ posted June 24, 2020.

Position SummaryWhile collaborating with other service providers, the SLP will conduct assessments, provide recommendations, organize and implement services for the students of KIPP Bay Area Public Schools.

The SLP will support our schools in the East Bay.

Preferred QualificationsExperience:Appropriate California Credential authorizing service as a Speech-Language Pathologist or Required Professional Experience (RPE) Temporary LicenseDemonstrated knowledge and skills in the administration of a Speech and Language program.

Minimum two years of experience preferred AND/OR experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Knowledge of federal and state special education law and best practices for special education.Bilingual (Spanish or Vietnamese) preferred.Demonstrated success with students from educationally underserved areas.Education:M.A.

or M.S.

in Speech-Language PathologyKnowledge/skills required:Excellent organizational, planning, and implementation skills.Ability to perform diagnostic evaluations according to CA law and ASHA guidelines.Ability to communicate and interact effectively with multiple constituencies.Unquestioned integrity and commitment to KIPP Bay Area Public Schools and our students.Ability to travel within SF Bay Area with own transportation (mileage reimbursed beyond usual commute).

Essential Functions and ResponsibilitiesIndividual Education Program ProcessAppraise the speech and language needs of students to design and implement appropriate remediation, instructional plans, and strategies.Analyze assessment results to drive and inform instruction and Individual Education Program development.Attend and serve as a member of the IEP team to determine the eligibility of students.Prepare thorough, accurate, and legally defensible reports in a timely manner.Explain the nature and purpose of assessment in an understandable manner to IEP team members.Assist teams in the development of IEPs that address the communication and literacy needs of students.Develop a variety of instructional activities to meet the student s individual language and speech goals/objectives.Ensure student achievement and progress towards IEP goals and adjust intervention strategies based on student performance.Complete progress reports in accordance with KIPP Bay Area Public Schools and school-specific guidelines.Serve as a case manager for speech-only students; develop IEP documents in accordance with federal, state, SELPA and KIPP standards, coordinate and facilitate IEP meetings, and ensure timelines are met.Training/ConsultationWork cooperatively with classroom teachers to support students in general education classes, interpreting the abilities and disabilities of these students to the entire staff, and assisting the student s core curriculum instructional needs.Be willing to provide in the classroom support as needed.Consult with special education and general education teachers, other KIPP personnel, and parents to recommend intervention strategies to facilitate student communication and literacy achievement and to model scaffolding strategies.

Support and facilitate professional development activities and objectives for general education staff and school administrators as needed.Counsel students, parents, and other professional and paraprofessional personnel regarding the social and educational needs of the students within the speech and language programs.Develop parent education programs to assist parents in the understanding and remediation of speech and language needs when appropriate.Interpersonal and Agency Relations / CommunicationsConsult with community agencies, medical personnel, parents, and other professionals, and act as a liaison among these groups for children with communicative disorders.Keep attendance records, computerized IEP records, and all other records pertinent to the special education program for the state reports and program accountability.Participate in KIPP Bay Area Public Schools Professional Development Activities.Physical, Mental and Environmental DemandsPhysical: Ability to navigate office and school campuses, and hold meetings in different spaces.

Traditionally, much of the day involves sitting.

Ability to access and utilize technology.

Occasional lifting/carrying of equipment 1-20 lbs.Mental: The stress of deadlines and normal work standards, ability to analyze problems and general alternatives, work with interruptions, concentrate for long periods of time, read, calculate, perform routine math problems, memorize and recall objects and people.Environmental:Office environment subject to constant interruptions and distractions.

Frequent classroom/school environment and travel.ClassificationPart-time (0.6), exempt position