FLCCA is a rapidly-growing organization that offers our teachers and staff members the excitement of exploring an emerging concept in education. Daily, our talented teachers and staff experience the impact they make on the lives of children. Join us, and be inspired by the potential of our students. The Speech-Language Pathologist assesses, diagnoses, treats and helps to prevent communication and swallowing disorder in children experiencing communication problems that affect classroom activities, social interaction, literacy and learning.A SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST...s
creens, evaluates, and provides speech-language therapy for students with identified speech-language impairments; Documents student performance;Provide support to student support team (SST)/response to intervention (RTI) processes;Provides case management of speech-only caseload;Monitors compliance for speech-only case managers;Monitors compliance with regulations;Instructs students/families in the use of appropriate communication technologies (specifically alternative augmentative communication devices) for the purpose of minimizing the adverse educational impact of communication disorders and improving student success in the classroom;Maintains files and/or records, e.g. progress reports, activity logs, treatment plans, reports, etc. for the purpose of ensuring the availability of information as required for reference and/or compliance;Participates in meetings, workshops, and seminars for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information. | Get to know FLCCA!Florida Cyber Charter AcademyBehind the ScenesA Day in the LifeAre you driven by excellence to deliver instruction, support and guidance, manage the learning process, and focus on students’ individual needs? If selected, you will participate in a comprehensive new teacher training program for three weeks before the start of school. It is an opportunity to meet colleagues and learn the responsibilities required for delivering curriculum in an online environment. During this training you will also learn how to monitor student progress through K12’s learning management system, and to be a partner actively working with students and parents to advance each child’s learning.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Master's degree in speech language pathology AND Three (3) years of speech/language work experience OREquivalent combination of education and experienceCertificates and Licenses:
Speech-Language Pathology license AND
a Speech-Language Impairment teaching certificate. OTHER REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Highly knowledgeable about Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) due process requirements; Thorough knowledge and skill in conducting/interpreting comprehensive speech-language evaluations; Thorough knowledge and skill in providing speech-language therapy services; Ability to work collaboratively with other staff members to plan and deliver speech-language services to children; Ability to create and deliver staff development; Exceptionally strong verbal and written communication skills; Strong organizational and time management skills; Computer Software: Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint; Web proficiency.