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Speech-Language Pathologist in Elkton, MD at Catapult Learning

Date Posted: 2/13/2019

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  • Location:
    Elkton, MD
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Job Description


The High Road School is hiring a speech language pathologist (SLP) at our Elkton / Cecil County location on Singerly Road. High Road School is a non-public facility serving special education students with a variety of disabilities, and focuses strongly on a proven behavioral management model to address behavior issues in the school setting. The speech language pathologist (SLP) provides intervention in areas of articulation, language, fluency, and voice as identified in a formal speech language evaluation. May provide screening and comprehensive evaluation if requested.

The candidate should have a strong work-ethic and be flexible. The speech language pathologist (SLP) candidate should also be able to learn and adapt to the High Road model despite any previous training.

Speech language pathologists are responsible for a case-load of up to 10 special education students. Individual sessions are delivered on a weekly-basis. Currently the school has around six hours of direct service, however, the candidate would also be reimbursed for meetings and progress monitoring.

Possiblity of full-time status if candiate is able to travel to other locations.

The candidate MUST have documentation of SLP (Speech Language Pathologist) licensure in the state of Maryland, Delaware, or Pennsylvania to be considered.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.  Other duties may be assigned.

  • Designs and implements intervention programs which remediate deficit speech/language skills of identified students.
  • Works with school personnel and parents to design and implement the student’s intervention plan, individual service plan, or individual student plan most appropriate to address the student’s need.
  • Offers consultation and collaboration with school staff and parents in support of student’s speech language goals.
  • Acts as a resource to parents, school personnel and other caregivers in the area of speech/language development.
  • Administers appropriate screening and/or diagnostic tests to determine child’s speech/language competency, if requested.
  • Interprets diagnostic tests, identifies strengths and weaknesses in areas of speech/language skills and generates reports providing feedback to school personnel and parents.
  • Serves as member of the school’s multidisciplinary team, if appropriate.
  • Is knowledgeable concerning all policies and procedures as established for these services by the Company's Program Manual, the funding source, and the individual school(s).
  • Completes required paperwork in an accurate and timely manner.

Job Requirements


SLP Licensure in the state of Maryland, Delaware, or Pennsylvania is required.