Roane County Schools

P-2024-045-5: Speech Language Pathologist (RCS - Student Support (75%) [Roane County], Spencer Elementary (25%) [Roane County])

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    September 21, 2023 at 3:00 pm
    Principal, Spencer Elementary School
    Speech Language Pathologist (PK-Adult)
    Contract length
    200 days
    Salary based on experience and education level per Roane County salary schedule. Expected range: $33,838 - $64,637.
    Health and basic life insurance provided through West Virginia's Public Employees Insurance Agency. Health insurance premiums, which vary by plan and coverage level, split 80/20 between employer and employee. Basic life insurance provided at no cost to the employee.
    Position requires enrollment in the Teachers Retirement System through West Virginia Consolidated Public Retirement Board. New enrollees contribute 6% of gross salary with a matching contribution by the Board of 7.5%. Vestment requires 10 years of qualified service. Withdraw of employee contributions available upon leaving employment with a WV county board of education if deisred.
    15 annual days of personal leave provided, pro-rated for those hired after the start of the current employment term. Up to 4 days may be used each school year without cause pursuant to state and local policies.
    Pro-rated local attendance incentive (up to $500) provided for those who use fewer than 6 days of personal leave each school year.
    State attendance incentive ($500) provided for those who use 4 or fewer days of personal leave each school year.
    Additional benefits at the employee's expense.
    Bachelor's Degree, Master's preferred, in appropriate area of Speech.
    Excellent human relations skills, able to communicate to a wide variety of the public.
    Be responsible for screening and diagnostic services in the areas related to speech, language, and hearing.
    Write speech and language components of IEPs.
    Provide services for speech and language disorders.
    Coordinate with classroom teachers regarding students' communicative disorders and related concerns.
    Assist with PAC meetings when necessary.
    Carry out special assignments as made by the Director of Special Education and Principals.