The Speech Language Pathologist will set ambitious goals for student achievement and invest students and families in accomplishing them; create a powerful learning environment; plan and deliver purposeful therapy, assess for the presence of speech impairments and track student progress toward goals; analyze data to intervene and adjust therapy; and seek excellence as an educator and an IDEA team member.
May direct and monitor the work of speech-language pathology assistant(s).*
Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:
Maintain emotional control under stress. Ability to accept constructive criticism. Regular districtwide travel to multiple work locations as assigned; moderate lifting and carrying. May be required to lift and transfer students to and from wheelchair or assist with positioning students with physical disabilities.
*Supervisors of licensed speech-language pathology - assistants must be licensed by Texas Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. A person with a TEA certificate who is not licensed may not be a supervisor of a licensed speech-language pathology - assistant.