Grant Wood Area Education Agency Anticipated Speech-Language Pathologist 2024-25 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Anticipated Speech-Language Pathologist 2024-25 JobID: 279
Professional/Contracted/ Speech Language Pathologist
Grant Wood AEA
open until filled
Every child deserves a voice, you can be the professional to help them find it.Grant Wood AEA has been named one of Iowa’s top workplaces 10 years in a row and is nationally known as one of the best intermediate service delivery systems for schools.Its innovative structure and integrated system of service delivery is widely respected by school leaders across the entire United States. Grant Wood AEA has an open Speech-Language Pathologist position for this 2024-25 school year/ Clinical fellowship applicants are welcome! Applications accepted atwww.gwaea.org/careersJob SummarySpeech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) in the education setting work with learners who have a variety of communication needs, generally related to articulation, language, voice, fluency and early literacy. Speech-language pathologists also support learners who have complex communication needs associated with disabilities such as autism, physical impairment and head injury. GWAEA staff can provide screening, evaluation, consultation, and therapy for educationally significant problems that children have with language, voice, articulation, and stuttering.Your work as a Speech-Language Pathologist 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. If you value inclusivity, service, integrity, and community, we want you on our team. Responsibilities
Serves as liaison among AEA, district building(s), families and community and collaborates with various teams to assure positive outcomes for all learners.
Models, implements and assesses strategies related to learning, social, emotional and behavioral needs to enhance educational programming for all learners.
Supports AEA and LEA staff in the development, implementation and evaluation of functional behavior assessments and behavior intervention plans.
Gathers child specific information by observing, interviewing, and sampling communication behaviors from multiple sources and settings including the child, parent, school/teacher, and home.
Master's degree related to speech-language pathology from an accredited institution.
Iowa license with B-21 Speech-Language Pathologist endorsement, or Department of Public Health license with IA Board of Educational Examiners Statement of Professional Recognition.
Learn more about working with Grant Wood Area Education Agency. Visit our websitegwaea.orgPosting will remain open until filled.EOE/AA