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Speech / Language Pathologist Birth-12th Grade Ogilvie Public Schools Date Closing: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Qualifications: Must hold a valid Minnesota Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) license · Evidence of having completed a preparation program in speech-language pathology accredited by the Council on Academic Affairs of the American Speech-Language- Hearing Association (ASHA). Evidence holding a valid Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American-Speech- Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) or SLPA Certificate and dinical field experience. Background working directly with students in the area of communication disorders Background in conducting assessments and writing evaluations and observations. Possess excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills - Possess knowledge of specialized instruction and Due Process in the area of speech and language. Ability to work well with a team of professionals on a frequent basis. Ogilvie Public Schools operates on a 4 Day School Week structure (Monday is typically the non-student day.) A 1.0 FTE Speech/ Language Pathologist is open for the 2021-2022 School year. (District may consider applicant who would like part-time employment.) This position is responsible for identifying and serving speech/language impaired Birth - 12th Grade students within the Ogilvie School District; preparing and maintaining student and program records and reports within the special education due process procedures. Appropriate Minnesota license or Certificate is required. Salary is based on the Ogilvie Education Association Master Agreement, credentials and experience. Additional employment may be available during the summer at hourly rate of pay. Application Procedures: Please complete the online application on the district web- site at www.ogilvie.k12.mn.us. Provide letter of interest, transcripts, resume, license/ certificate and three (3) letters of reference to Brooke Stulc at bstulc@ogilvie.k12.mn.us For questions about the opening please contact Kathy Belsheim, Superintendent at 320-272-5075 or by email at kbelsheim@ogilvie.k12.mn.us. This position will remain open until filled. "Ogilvie Public Schools is an equal opportunity provider and employer." Speech / Language Pathologist Birth-12th Grade Ogilvie Public Schools Date Closing: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Qualifications: Must hold a valid Minnesota Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) license · Evidence of having completed a preparation program in speech-language pathology accredited by the Council on Academic Affairs of the American Speech-Language- Hearing Association (ASHA). Evidence holding a valid Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American-Speech- Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) or SLPA Certificate and dinical field experience. Background working directly with students in the area of communication disorders Background in conducting assessments and writing evaluations and observations. Possess excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills - Possess knowledge of specialized instruction and Due Process in the area of speech and language. Ability to work well with a team of professionals on a frequent basis. Ogilvie Public Schools operates on a 4 Day School Week structure (Monday is typically the non-student day.) A 1.0 FTE Speech/ Language Pathologist is open for the 2021-2022 School year. (District may consider applicant who would like part-time employment.) This position is responsible for identifying and serving speech/language impaired Birth - 12th Grade students within the Ogilvie School District; preparing and maintaining student and program records and reports within the special education due process procedures. Appropriate Minnesota license or Certificate is required. Salary is based on the Ogilvie Education Association Master Agreement, credentials and experience. Additional employment may be available during the summer at hourly rate of pay. Application Procedures: Please complete the online application on the district web- site at www.ogilvie.k12.mn.us. Provide letter of interest, transcripts, resume, license/ certificate and three (3) letters of reference to Brooke Stulc at bstulc@ogilvie.k12.mn.us For questions about the opening please contact Kathy Belsheim, Superintendent at 320-272-5075 or by email at kbelsheim@ogilvie.k12.mn.us. This position will remain open until filled. "Ogilvie Public Schools is an equal opportunity provider and employer."