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Speech-Language Pathologist - 2024-25 School Year

Closing date: 
Friday, May 31, 2024

SALARY: $49,638.36-$92,138.12 (DOE)

A stipend of 16% of base salary annually and District sponsored licensure and attendance to OSHA

Hiring Bonus: All new hire teachers that are properly licensed and endorsed (meaning- not on an emergency license, restricted license, or with a conditional assignment endorsement) will receive the signing bonus. For staff that are not properly licensed or endorsed, they shall receive the bonus once properly licensed/endorsed (within three years of hire) and will be paid as defined below as much as possible. This bonus will not be extended to current District teachers or former District teachers (including retirees) who left the district in the last five years. The signing bonus will be paid in three payments: Year one (1): $2,500; Year two (2): $1,500; and Year three (3) $1,000.

Insurance: Generous Health, dental, and vision contribution from the district, currently up to $2,130 (based upon family coverage), TBD for 2024-2025.

PERS Retirement: The district assumes and pays the 6% average employee contribution to the Oregon PERS system.

SCHEDULE: 190 Days + 3 days new teacher inservice

TITLE: Speech-Language Pathologist


Successful completion of an approved speech pathology program.
Oregon teachers’ license with speech language impaired endorsement and acquire Oregon Health Board of Examiners’ speech pathology license, or.
Oregon Health Board of Examiners’ speech pathology license.
REPORTS TO: Director of Special Services

JOB GOAL: To help students communicate appropriately through planning, implementation, and evaluation of individualized programs.


Assess individual speech-language needs of children referred for Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Educaiton services.
Assess individual speech-language needs for school age students and make recommendations.
Prepare individual educational programs and materials.
Deliver effective speech-language therapy to identified students.
Consult with parents to integrate home and school goals.
Assist schools in multidisciplinary, IEP, placement, intervention, and other educational decisions.
Provide consultation to teachers regarding speech-language interventions.
Establish and maintain positive, flexible, and cooperative relationships with the school community.
Make independent decisions within established policies and procedures.
Prepare accountability records regarding services provided.
Communicate clearly and appropriately.
Participate in professional growth activities.
Comply with district rules and policies.
Perform job-related tasks as designed by the supervisor.