The speech pathologist will be responsible for:
- Providing group and individual sessions as indicated by the Individual Education Plan (IEP)
- Writing progress reports toward achieving goals and objectives on IEPs
- Writing the annual speech and language IEP goals to ensure students are on track to reaching goals
- Leading meetings for Speech-Only scholars; participating in annual IEP meetings, as needed
- Coordinating consultants and individual providers to support the needs of the speech and language case-load.
- Keeping certifications and licensure current
- Writing monthly progress notes as required by Medicaid regulations – treatment ties directly to IEP
- goals/objectives; willingness to be trained on and to use electronic encounter tracking system
- Remaining knowledgeable of current trends, federal and state regulations in the field of
- speech-language pathology and special education to ensure compliance
- Consulting with Dean of Special Education regarding opportunities to incorporate speech and language strategies in classroom settings
- Providing supervision to speech-language pathology teachers across the network
- Believe in the mission and values of Crescent City Schools
- Demonstrate past success working with students in urban settings and non-selective schools
- Certificate of Clinical Competency in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) required
- Minimum of one year of full-time professional speech-language pathology experience beyond the first
- year postgraduate professional/employment experience
- Louisiana State License in Speech Pathology
- Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in speech pathology, as specified under Speech Pathology Guidelines and/or speech communication disorders
About Crescent City Schools
As a nonprofit Charter Management Organization, our mission is to support and develop open-enrollment charter schools that raise student achievement and prepare students for college. Part of the ongoing effort to rebuild New Orleans public schools, Crescent City Schools currently operates three PreK-8 open-enrollment charter schools: Harriet Tubman Charter School and Paul Habans Charter School both located in the Algiers neighborhood, and Akili Academy in the Upper 9th Ward. Each of our schools provides students personalized learning and enrichment programs, focusing on civic engagement, sports and recreation, the arts, and academic achievement. Our organization creates life-changing educational experiences for students and, through this work, transforms a city.
Compensation is competitive and based on experience.
We offer a fantastic benefits package.