Title: Hourly Substitute Speech Language Pathologist
Contact Sue Olsen 435-797-7461 Marla Nef 435-797-2043
Provide speech and language services to children under the age
of three with developmental delays/disabilities, including symptoms
of autism. The successful applicant will also work closely with the
children's family members. This is an hourly non-benefited
position. It could be 30+ hours/week or 2 positions of 15-20
hrs/week. This substitute position is needed from March through
Speech and Language Pathology Position Responsibilities
+ Evaluate speech, language, cognitive-communication, social
communication of children under 3. Administer a variety of
norm-referenced and criterion-referenced assessments to analyze the
nature and extent of speech, language and other impairments.
+ Coach parents and/or direct teach speech, language,
cognitive-communication and social communication to toddlers and
their families, utilizing an individualized plan with both
long-term goals and short-term goals established for each
+ Instruct parents in small groups to implement evidence-based
+ Master's Degree in Communication Disorders and Certificate of
+ Ability to obtain and maintain state licensure(s) required by
the Utah Office of Occupational Licensing applicable to the
+ Maintenance of appropriate professional affiliation(s) needed
to supervise undergraduate and graduate students during practicum,
student teaching and internships.
+ Excellent written and oral communication skills.
+ Baby Watch Early Intervention Credential
+ Second language (Spanish).
+ Education and/or experience instructing children with ASD and
+ Educational background to evaluate and treat oral motor and
Along with the online application, please attach:
1. Resume to be uploaded at the beginning of your application in
the Candidate Profile under "Resume/CV"
2. Cover Letter to be typed/pasted at the end of your
**Document size may not exceed 10 MB.**
Commensurate with experience
Employees work indoors and are protected from weather and/or
contaminants, but not, necessarily, occasional temperature changes.
The employee is regularly required to sit and often uses repetitive
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Requisition ID: 2020-3070
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