Duties and Responsibilities: Under general supervision, the therapist provides speech and language therapy to students with disorders or deviations of language, speech, or hearing, and creates a flexible program and environment favorable to learning and personal growth in accordance with each student’s ability.
Knowledge and Skills: Knowledge of appropriate diagnostic and screening tools in the area of speech/language; appropriate materials to be used with specific deficiencies at the various grade levels; Special Education Master Plan; teaching and learning processes; child growth and development.
Ability to interact effectively with students, staff, parents, and community; clearly communicate orally and in writing; accept suggestions/mentoring and grow as a result; demonstrate exceptional interpersonal skills; assess and diagnose speech, voice, hearing, and language impairments; and evaluate progress and keep appropriate records
Valid Credential with authorizations in Language, Speech, and Hearing. ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence desired.
Will accept Bachelor's Degree or higher from a regionally accredited college/university in a field closely aligned to Speech-Language Pathology (i.e., Communication and Learning Disorders, Speech-Language Sciences, Speech Pathology and Audiology, etc.).
Valid state driver's license
Additional Salary Information: Year-for-year public school experience credit, a $2,000 signing bonus for SLPs, and generous health and welfare benefits.
Menifee Union School District is one of the few remaining growing school districts in beautiful Southern California. It is located in the newly incorporated city of Menifee, California. Currently, there are approximately 10,000 students attending 10 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 2 preschool programs. Within the next few years, there are plans to build another elementary school and a mi...ddle school to keep pace with growing student enrollment. Opportunities for individuals seeking career advancement are excellent due to projected student enrollment growth projections over the next decade.
We are seeking highly skilled candidates who enjoy collaborating with others, have a lifelong desire to learn, and enjoy working with children. We give year-for-year public school experience credit, a $2,000 signing bonus for SLPs, and generous health and welfare benefits.