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A 0.5 FTE Speech and Language Pathologist position working at Northpoint Elementary School with students in grades K-4.
The ideal candidate will provide excellent instruction and case management skills to students with speech/language and other types of disabilities. This includes:
providing direct instruction to students;
working collaboratively with school staff and family homes, while managing all aspects of due process procedures and mandates;
communicating with parents to provide regular updates on student successes and challenges;
collaborating with principals, special education coordinator and staff, and professional learning communities, to ensure student needs are being met; and
maintaining student records of services provided, following Due Process best practices and compliance;
The successful candidate will be an individual who …
… firmly believes:
all students can and will learn, and that their learning can be directly influenced by focusing on factors over which we have control;
in the need to work interdependently with teachers, school, and district leaders throughout the system, aligning the work of adults around improving student learning by meeting the needs, interests, and aspirations of students;
in the need to work in partnership with staff to continuously improve practices to enhance student and family engagement, creating the conditions for equity, excellence and student success; and
in personalizing learning for students, meeting academic, social, and emotional needs and aspirations so that each student feels valued and has a sense of belonging, leading to academic success.
Must meet these qualifications...
a M.A./M.S. or Ph.D. degree;
current Minnesota State Licensure in Speech Language Pathology;
constructively communicating with parent/guardian and team members; and
creative planning and organizational skills.
District Application Guidelines
How to Apply:
Applications will be reviewed as received and qualified candidates will be interviewed until the position is filled. Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/district16/onlineapp/default.aspx. Only qualified and appropriately licensed individuals will be considered for an interview.
For any inquiries or questions regarding the position, please contact Cyndi Steinke, Management Assistant for Special Education and Student Services, at [email protected] or 763.600.5081.
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