Speech Language Pathologist

  • ReNEW Schools
  • New Orleans, LA, USA
  • 09/17/2023

Job Description

$1000 Sign-on Bonus! ($500 payable 30 days after hire and $500 3 months after hire) POSITION DETAILSReNEW is seeking a licensed and experienced Speech Language Pathologist (SLP). The SLP will primarily be responsible for identifying students with communication disabilities, and planning and implementing appropriate treatment to minimize adverse impacts on student success. This includes but is not limited to: assessing students’ communication skills, developing treatment plans, providing speech and language therapy in various settings, consulting with school staff, parents, and other appropriate individuals about a student’s communication needs, completing speech evaluations, instructing eligible students in the use of appropriate communication technologies, participating as a Pupil Appraisal Team member on other disability evaluations, and performing other related duties as assigned.WHO WE AREAt ReNEW, we transform underperforming schools into academically rigorous schools that prepare students for the next level of achievement, including high school, college, and career. ReNEW is dedicated to helping teachers become outstanding at their craft. With a high focus on professional development and individual coaching at both the school level and the network level, we are committed to helping you become the best professional you can be. WHAT YOU'LL DOAt ReNEW Schools, we expect our SLPs to:Use goals to drive instruction. With your manager and team, you will set clear and ambitious short-term and long-term goals to drive your instruction and help your students succeed.Create a culture of learning. You will implement a student-led, positive, and safe office and school-wide environment in order to ensure learning is maximized.Use data all day, every day. You will assess qualitative and quantitative student data in order to draw insightful conclusions from it and adjust instruction as necessary.Communicate and collaborate. You will be responsible for regularly communicating and collaborating with parents and other staff members to ensure each student is making strong academic and social progress. You will assume shared responsibility for all students’ success.Be flexible and innovative: As we are a turnaround organization, you will be flexible in ensuring the strategies you implement best meet students’ needs, and if not, adjust course. You will help invent, refine, and imagine practices and policies to successfully meet all our students’ needs.Be a constant learner. You will regularly participate in school-wide and network-wide professional development and will be solutions-oriented.Celebrate. You will approach your work with joy and enthusiasm for the impact you will have on our community and students.WHAT YOU BRINGMaster's Degree from a regionally accredited college or university in Speech PathologyLicensed by Louisiana Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and AudiologyCertified by the Louisiana Department of Education FLSA Classification: Exempt