Founded in 2004, Bullis Charter School offers a collaborative, experiential learning environment that emphasizes individual student growth. As a model of educational innovation, BCS inspires children, faculty and staff to reach beyond themselves to achieve full potential. Using a global perspective to teach about the interconnectedness of communities and their environments, the BCS program nurtures mutual respect, civic responsibility and a lifelong love of learning. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: 

The Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) under the direct supervision of the Director of Special Education, plans, develops and implements instructional programs for individuals who have been identified and assessed as needing language and speech services.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide a language/speech program for students enrolled in Special Education
  • Identify, assess, plans, implement, and evaluate speech and language programs
  • Identify and assess students with communication disorders; provide referrals as necessary (e.g. medical, audiological, psychological, behavioral)
  • Develop appropriate Individualized Education Plans (IEP)
  • Implement and maintain current IEPs
  • Interact, consult and collaborate with school staff, including providing staff training as necessary
  • Participate in parent/school informational meetings when appropriate
  • Maintain records as necessary 
  • Continue professional growth
  • Perform related duties as requested

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Experience in working collaboratively with teams and families is desired.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Master's degree in Speech Language Pathology or related field
Must posses a valid Clinical or Rehabilitative Services Credential authorizing services in Language, Speech & Hearing or a valid Speech-Language Pathology Services Credential
Verification of current California Speech-Language Pathology license

 

WORKING CONDITIONS/ENVIRONMENT

Indoor/outdoor setting. Travel between multiple campus locations may be required. 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be able to and is required to hear and speak to exchange information; seeing to perform assigned duties; sitting or standing for extended periods of time; dexterity of hands and fingers to operate equipment and perform assigned duties

How to Apply

Please complete the following application. You will need to submit a resume and a cover letter that addresses experience with students, special interests and talents, most significant event in your teaching career, your long-term goals, your qualifications and how you meet the school's mission statement.

In addition, you will need three letters of recommendation (one from an immediate supervisor, dated within the last 12 months) and copies of relevant credential(s) and transcript(s).

Qualified applicants who pass the application review will be screened, and finalists will conduct interviews with our team.

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