POSITION AVAILABLE: Virtual Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)
POSITION LOCATION: SWWC is located and provides service to school districts in the Southwest and West Central portion of Minnesota. This position would be a virtual position to provide services in either a hybrid or fully virtual model.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
The Educational Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) identifies, evaluates, designs, and implements appropriate plans for students, writes IEPs, and is a member of the Child Study Team. The Educational SLP also meets with parents, interprets student progress, informs parents about their child’s progress, and is available for in-services. These services may take place either onsite or with a tele-practice model.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Minimum of Master’s Degree. CCC-SLP preferred, however, CFY is available. Need to be licensed/eligible for licensure in the State of Minnesota and also have a valid driver’s license.
CONTRACT/SALARY: 185-day contract for the 2023-2024 school year. Salary dependent upon education, qualifications, and experience; includes benefits. Position to begin August 2023.
APPLICATION MATERIALS: Complete online application at www.swwc.org/application and include cover letter, application form, copies of licenses, college transcripts, resume, and two letters of reference.
QUESTIONS ABOUT APPLICATION/REQUEST JOB DESCRIPTION/REQUEST AN ACCOMMODATION: Contact Kari Bailey, Staffing Coordinator at 507-828-6374 or [email protected] .
QUESTIONS ABOUT POSITION: Contact Mary Palmer, at 320-905-4493 or [email protected] .
DUE DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: February 15, 2023.
WHAT IS THE SWWC?: The Southwest West Central Service Cooperative is a regional service agency committed to advancing the work of our members (schools, cities, counties, and other governmental agencies). With a focus on leadership, partnership, innovation and services, we are committed to building relationships with our members to ensure our work is about supporting and enhancing their work. Authorized by MN Statute as a regional resource for our members; we are a public agency that provides a comprehensive range of educational and administrative programs and services to our members.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: It is the policy of the Southwest West Central Service Cooperative (SWWC) to provide equal employment opportunity for all, without discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, membership or activity in a local commission, disability, sexual orientation or age.
DIVERSITY STATEMENT: SWWC’s mission is to support and enhance the work of our members by providing programs and services to meet their needs. To support and enhance all of our members, we need to embrace and celebrate all of our members. SWWC works to identify unique frameworks within the various communities we serve and actively responds by adjusting our practices to meet the ever changing needs. We strive to recruit diverse and inclusive teams that will have a positive impact on our programs and services and help us better serve our members, customers and employees.
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