About Us

Brilla Public Charter Schools is a network of K-8th grade schools that currently serves 1,800 students from Mott Haven, University Heights, and other neighborhoods in the Bronx. The network is growing from its current four elementary and two middle schools to five elementary and five middle schools educating some 4,000 students in the Bronx and Paterson, NJ. The Charter Management Organization (CMO) for Brilla Schools Network is Seton Education Partners, an organization inspired by the Catholic educational tradition, that also manages the Seton Teaching Fellows missionary program and El Camino, an optional after-school Catholic faith formation program. At the heart of the Seton educational mission is our dedication to help students become young men and women of good character and spirit who are prepared for excellence in high school, college, and beyond. 

Brilla combines a Classical approach to education – an emphasis on a content-rich curriculum, inquiry-driven instruction, and virtue formation that fosters an appreciation of Truth, Beauty, and Goodness – with individualized instructional support. We approach the formation of our students holistically and maintain high academic expectations. Ours is a joyful community that honors the dignity of each student, our staff members, and the families we serve.

Position Overview

Supervised by the Assistant Principal of Student Services at the network, the Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) provides services for students with speech, language, and hearing impairments, helping students to adjust and access the general education curriculum. The SLP collaborates with teachers to support high impact language intervention and evaluations. Successful NSLPs consistently help students achieve - collecting, analyzing, and implementing data-based strategies regularly for both the students on their caseload and also students that have been identified as needing additional support. The SLP is in current possession of ASHA Certification and New York State license for Speech-Language Pathology. This position requires a positive, flexible, solutions-oriented, organized, and innovative specialist.

Core Competencies & Responsibilities

  • Provide evidence-based speech and language therapy to students, implementing both pull-out and push-in models based on individualized education plans (IEPs) and best practices
  • Develop and implement engaging therapy activities and materials aligned with students' goals
  • Foster a supportive and inclusive classroom environment for students with speech and language needs, enhancing access to general education and supporting progress toward individual goals
  • Collaborate with teachers, learning specialists, and other service providers to integrate speech and language goals into the general curriculum
  • Draft IEP reports in preparation for meetings and attend IEP meetings as needed
  • Provide guidance and support to teachers and staff in assisting students with speech and language needs
  • Maintain regular communication with families, keeping them informed of progress and providing guidance on supporting their child at home
  • Conduct speech and language screenings for students as needed
  • Offer support to students of various ages and linguistic backgrounds, addressing needs through a Response to Intervention-tiered model
  • Participate in MTSS and IEP meetings, provide guided reading instruction, and collaborate with contracted therapists
  • Coach and provide consultation for fellow speech-language therapists, including writing annual IEP reports and conducting interim assessments
  • Provide consultation and professional development for general education teachers and administrators
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of assessments, progress notes, and therapy plans
  • Report progress toward IEP goals three times per year (Goalbooks)
  • Complete treatment notes and progress reports promptly according to school policy
  • Manage a detailed log of services provided and missed due to student or therapist absences
  • Document all aspects of work with students in SESIS IEP according to school and state guidelines
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  • Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited school of speech language pathology
  • ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence
  • Current NY license as a Speech-Language Pathologist
  • Two years of related experience, preferably with elementary/middle school aged children
  • Excellent time management skills, flexibility, and ability to work independently and problem solve
  • Effective communication skills and an ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team
  • Commitment to meeting the needs of a diverse student population
  • Spanish language proficiency a plus 

The base pay range for this position is 79,000 - 95,000 per year. Pay may vary within the stated range, depending on job-related knowledge, skills, and experience. A sign-on bonus for some roles may be provided as part of the compensation package subject to executive leadership approval, in addition to a full range of medical, financial, and/or other benefits, depending on the position offered.

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