Speech Language Pathologist
The Speech/Language Pathologist will assess and treat students with speech, language, voice, and fluency
disorders. He/she may select alternative communication systems and teach their use. The SLP will participate in team meetings for the identification of students with disabilities (MDTs) and the development of IEPs. He/she will participate in professional activities and staff development, as assigned and as needed, to maintain professional competence and to perform duties. The SLP will develop and maintain a positive rapport with students and parents; as well as develop and maintain a positive and professional working relationship
with other staff and administration.
Candidates must have good communication skills. They must be willing to work with children, parents, teachers, and administrators.
The SLP will provide speech/language therapy to students in small school districts near Norfolk. Duties include: evaluating children; providing therapy to students with speech, language, voice, and fluency needs; developing Individualized Education Plans and Individual Family Service Plans.
Speech language pathologist to serve children birth to 21 years old. ESU 8 offers a competitive salary and benefits. We have a mentoring program for new employees. We can provide supervision for your CFY. Caseloads range from 25-35 students.