Position Salary Range: $51,000 – $91,000
Assignment(s): School/home-based consultation, program development and supervision
Job Summary: A Speech Language Pathologist (Clinician) serves as the service provider for school and home-based programs. The SLP provides consultative and direct speech, language, literacy, augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and assistive technology (AT) services to clients. The SLP conducts assessments as needed, generates intervention and implementation plans, and ensures the eﬀective application of treatment programs for all clients on their caseload. In addition, the SLP ensures suﬃcie
nt supervision of any speech language pathology assistants (SLPAs) with whom they work as per ASHA’s guidelines. The SLP facilitates and encourages consultative and collaborative practice as part of the teams with whom they work. The SLP is directly supervised by the Clinical Director/Co-Director.
The SLP is directly supervised by the Speech, Language and Literacy Clinical Director/s.
Speciﬁc areas of supervision and support provided to the SLP by the SLL Clinical Director:
Ongoing supervision and clinical
Ongoing training and professional development
Assistance with administrative case
Additional instruction and guidance around case formulation and
Master’s Degree in Speech
Must hold active CCC-SLP certiﬁcation and be in good standing with ASHA
Must be licensed in the state of MA (and CT – not required)
Minimum of ﬁve (5) years working with clients with individuals with complex communication needs applying SLP services
Superior organizational and managerial skills
Willingness to work collaboratively with both supervisors and subordinates Essential Functions:
Conduct AAC, speech, language and literacy assessments as appropriate to the client/student.
Conduct AT assessments as appropriate to the client/student.
Assessment writing as part of the evaluation
Designing interventions that are evidence-based and
Providing consultation and training as assigned, both for existing school teams and internal staﬀ on home and school-based
SLPS will maintain professional certiﬁcation and licensure with ASHA and state
SLPs will maintain professionalism in all areas of presentation both in person and in written work/correspondence with team members/administrators.
SLPs will communicate issues and concerns regarding cases and progress with the Clinical Director clearly, eﬀectively and in a timely
Should a concern be brought to the Director’s attention by a direct staﬀ person the SLL Clinical Director will bring the issue to the immediate attention of the SLP in person or in
The SLP will assist the SLL Clinical Director or other members of the Administrative Leadership Team in matters related to billing, contracting, and timesheet management for cases they
SLPs will document work hours on a weekly
SLPs will participate in a weekly Speech meeting, and monthly team meeting for all cases with whom they ‘
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $51,000.00 – $91,000.00 per year Beneﬁts:
Paid time oﬀ
Retirement plan Schedule:
Monday to Friday
Work Location: Multiple Locations