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SLP- Part-time (JAC White Plains) in White Plains, NY at Pride Health

Date Posted: 4/22/2019

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Job Description

A prestigious school in Westchester providing care to medically fragile children is seeking a per diem Speech Language Pathologist to provide services two days per week until at least July. 8:30a-4p.

Position Functions and Responsibilities

  • Provide mandated services to assigned children on caseload in compliance with IEP documents utilizing the resources of the clinical Director of Rehabilitation
  • Participate in meetings and consultations with education staff and the multidisciplinary team concerning the needs of each child as related to his/her mandated services and progress updates
  • Work effectively with parents, teaching staff and other professionals directly involved in the care and treatment of the child to develop and monitor IEP services
  • Use accurate assessment skills to perform functional evaluations with reports reflecting current knowledge and evidence based practices and communicate results effectively in both written and verbal formats
  • Maintain accurate record keeping and IEP/IFSP goal tracking documentation as required by School policies for quality assurance and accountability purposes
  • Design and monitor assistive technology, adaptive equipment and augmentative communication needs in collaboration with team and family members
  • Implement and monitor feeding programs for children on assigned case load in accordance with school policies and ASHA guidelines for school therapists
  • Serves as clinical instructor and assists with coordination of affiliation programs as needed for speech therapy students
  • Actively participate in the creation and implementation of an individual and School wide Professional Development Plan that inspires personal growth and informs clinical practices
  • Carry out standards for customer service; quality improvement; professional development; environmental, safety and infection control practices; confidentiality, corporate compliance and all other school policies and procedures; attend all mandatory in-services to ensure regulatory compliance and best practices in working with students and their families
  • Perform other tasks to support the operations of the school as assigned by School Administration

Job Requirements

Education Requirements:

  • Masters Degree - in Speech Language Pathology
  • New York State Speech Language Pathology License
  • NYS Teacher of Speech Hearing Certification


  • Minimum of 1 year pediatric SLP experience