The Bilingual Speech/Language Pathologist will be responsible for the evaluation, interpretation and
reporting of results, and participation in special education decisions for students with speech impairments.
The Speech/Language Pathologist also is responsible for developing and implementing Individual Educational
Plans for students who are speech impaired. Adherence to local and state policies and procedures, as well as to
State and Federal laws and regulations are required.
Based on experience and current pay rate, the Board can employ Bilingual Speech/Language Pathologists per
the current teacher contract.
- Type 73 with Speech Language Pathology endorsement
- Illinois Speech-Language Pathology License OR
- Current Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA and a license from another state and application for Illinois Licensure OR
- Temporary Illinois Speech Language Pathologist license and completion of an approved program
- Hold a Master's or Doctoral Degree earned through completion of a program that has been accredited by ASHA for Speech Language Pathology
- Either (i) has completed a program of study before July 1, 2002 that includes course work and supervised clinical experience sufficient in breadth and depth to demonstrate knowledge and skills related to the specific problems, methods and procedures applicable to students with disabilities in a school setting serving ages 3 through 21 or (ii) meets the content area standards for speech-language pathologists adopted by the State Board of Education, in consultation with the State Teachers Certification Board.
Online application which will include the formal application, resume, official transcripts and certificate, and letters of recommendation.
Apply online at www.bsd2.org and click the APPLY button
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