Speech Language Pathologist AnthroMed Education is looking to expand our community of Speech-Language Pathologists. As an organization, we prioritize the needs of our therapists first; providing the necessary support and resources you need to make a difference in your students’ lives. If you are passionate about working in schools and providing high quality therapy, we want to hear from you! We are seeking a dedicated and passionate Middle School Speech-Language Pathologist to join our team in Plainfield, Illinois in a part time capacity. As a part time Speech-Language Pathologist, you will play a crucial role in helping 5th and 6th grade students develop their communication skills and overcome speech and language challenges. You will work collaboratively with educators, parents, and other professionals to ensure students receive the support they need to succeed academically and socially. If you have a passion for helping kids find their voice and thrive, we want to hear from you! Why would a Speech-Language Pathologist choose AnthroMed Education?
We fund a 100% PAID FOR PREMIUM BCBS PPO Health Insurance plan. Ensuring equitable access to affordable, quality, health insurance for full-time staff members!
We offer competitive, weekly-paid, school year salaries, to full-time staff.
30-35+ days of PTO which includes holidays. All school holidays are paid breaks for full-time AnthroMed staff.
We provide Individualized 1:1 support from our Speech-Language Pathologist Clinical Director
You will receive access to a Speech-Language Pathologist resource bank- thousands of resources free for you to use!
$300 yearly stipend for educational materials
100% reimbursement for ASHA and IDFPR Licensure dues.
Completes evaluations to assess speech needs and areas of growth for 5th and 6th grade students.
Assist case manager with developing student Individualized Education Plan (IEP) tailored to each student’s needs and goals.
Provide direct and indirect speech and language services to identified students within the diverse learning program
Collaborate with classroom teachers and other staff to meet the students' speech and/or language needs
Observe students and collect data to measure progress and adjust treatment plans
Communicate regularly with parents, sharing progress updates and providing strategies for continued support at home
Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications of the Special Education Teacher:
Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited university
IDFPR License in the state of Illinois
Active Professional Educators License (PEL)
AnthroMed is an Equal Opportunity Employer
AnthroMed LLC will not discriminate against any person based on race, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, height, weight, color, religion, national origin, age, marital status, pregnancy, disability, veteran, or military status.
Powered by JazzHRFull-time