EFC Speech Language Pathologist, Part-Time (+$5K signing bonus with SLP Cert.)
|Organization||Education for Change Public Schools (view profile)|
|Date of posting||8/30/17|
Education for Change is looking for several dynamic and visionary Speech Pathologists who will engage students, families, and other members of our learning community to ensure high student achievement, as well as support mental health and behavior in an effort to ensure children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally. The Speech Pathologist will work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children. S/he will know how to successfully work in an urban elementary school with a high English Learner and low-income population, including traumatized students.
About our Approach
EFC is committed to serving ALL students, regardless of need. Our approach addresses the diverse needs of our students by offering a myriad of program designs to meet individual need. We offer inclusion, resource instruction, combined programs that include both inclusive and small group instruction, and specialized programs for students with autism, those in need of emotional supports, and students with more moderate needs. Utilizing a Multi-Tiered System of Supports, our multidisciplinary team works collaboratively to analyze and problem solve around student and staff needs. We employ a whole child approach that not only meets the basic needs of our students, but also takes into consideration their socio-emotional, academic and behavioral needs.
About Education for Change Public Schools
Education for Change Public Schools (EFCPS) believes it is the right for every child to have access to a high-quality, 21st century education. Our mission is to provide a superior public education to Oakland’s most underserved children by creating a system of schools that focuses relentlessly on our student’s academic achievement. EFCPS is a charter management organization that manages a diverse portfolio of K-8 schools, growing to a portfolio of preK-12 schools in the Fruitvale and Elmhurst neighborhoods of Oakland, currently serving 3,000 children. Additional information about Education for Change can be found at www.efcps.org.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Provide direct, individual, or small group instruction to identified pupils on a regularly scheduled basis, as required in the Individual Education Plan (IEP)
• Participate in the multidisciplinary team process regarding eligibility issues, IEP development, consultation services, and service delivery models.
• Participate in developing, monitoring, and implementing IEPs for students who qualify for speech therapy
• Screen, assess, and provide specialized speech and language services to students who qualify for services as established by State
• Prepares written evaluations and maintains records which clearly and succinctly document services provided, student progress and discharge from therapy
• Develop instructional materials and strategies for students in the mainstream classroom
• Conduct thorough initial and triennial assessments of speech/language deficits
• Perform other related duties as required and assigned.
• Transport students, as necessary
• Attend mandatory new hire professional development
• Maintain strict student and parent confidentiality
• Support the mission, vision, and core values of Education for Change
• Minimum of 3 years of experience as a Speech Language Pathologist OR, if CFY, minimum of 3 years experience treating speech, language and cognitive-communication disorders in school-aged children
• Valid California Speech-Language Pathology School Services credential or California Clinical or Rehabilitative Services credential with an authorization in Language, Speech and Hearing
• Minimum 1 year experience operating SEIS
• Experience in performance assessment
• Must possess a growth mindset and be able to use feedback to refine practice
• Successful experience working in a collaborative environment
• Experience working with diverse communities
• Experience working with English Language Learners
• Outstanding communication and organization skills
EFC Core Values - required by all EFC staff
• We collaborate. We are a team. We plan together, observe and analyze each other’s work, collaborate with our coaches and site leaders, partner with our families, and together make decisions about our programming.
• We are a learning organization. We approach or practice with an inquiry stance and a growth mindset; we analyze, innovate, and iterate every single day so that we continually improve. We believe in coaching and developing people at every level of experience, at every level of the organization.
• We are solutions-oriented. We approach every challenge with a problem-solving orientation. We listen to and encourage each other. We are resilient in the face of adversity.
• We are accountable. Our mission is to provide a superior public education to Oakland’s most underserved children. We assume personal accountability for student growth; we analyze multiple forms of data, and that analysis drives our instruction.
• We are student-focused. We form close relationships, utilize personalized learning, differentiate instruction, make learning culturally relevant, engage families, and provide individualized interventions to meet the needs of every child.
• We listen. We are a small, responsive organization that values students, family, and employee voice and input.
• We are rooted in community. Ours is a place-based strategy that works deeply with neighborhood leaders and partners to serve our children. We understand that the cultures, values, traditions, and assets that our families bring must be leveraged and honored to reach and teach our children.
Compensation & Benefits
EFCPS offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package. For details, go to www.efcps.org/careers.
Apply online at www.efcps.org/immediate-openings.