AnthroMed Education Speech Language Pathologist in Quincy, Massachusetts
Speech Language Pathologist: 2023-2024 School Year
At AnthroMed Education we’re excited about what the future holds for special education, which is why we’re changing the industry for the better. Our mission is to align dedicated and passionate Speech Language Pathologists with our wonderful school partners throughout Massachusetts. We pride ourselves in the way we listen to and support our providers. Your voices will be heard, needs will be met, and AnthroMed is committed to supporting you in your career.
We currently have an exciting full-time opening for a Speech Language Pathologist to join our school partners in Quincy. This position is focused on providing support to middle school and high school students. As an SLP, you will be responsible for providing both push-in and pull-out services within the middle and high school buildings. You’ll have a shared office space alongside other related service professionals in the same buildings.
In this community focused school, you will find that the teaching staff, administration, and families work collaboratively to achieve student success. The wonderful student-to-staff ratio and private office space will allow you to enjoy an outstanding level of support and instructional services.
Why choose AnthroMed Education?
We fund a 100% PAID FOR BCBS PPO Health Insurance plan. Ensuring equitable access to affordable, quality, health insurance for full-time staff members!
We offer competitive, true, year-round salaries, to full-time staff.
30-35+ days of PTO which includes holidays. All school holidays are paid breaks for full-time AnthroMed staff.
We provide Individualized 1:1 support from our Speech-Language Pathologist Clinical Director
You will receive access to a Speech-Language Pathologist resource bank- thousands of resources free for you to use!
$150 Quarterly stipend for educational materials
100% reimbursement for ASHA and DESE Licensure dues.
Completes evaluations to assess speech needs and areas of growth
Provide direct and indirect speech and language services to identified students
Assist case manager with developing student Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
Collaborate with classroom teachers and other staff to meet the students' speech and/or language needs
Observe students and collect data to measure progress and adjust treatment plans
Facilitate staff and community training in the area of communication disorders
Other duties as assigned.
Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology
DESE License eligible in the state of Massachusetts
Previous experience in a K-12 setting (preferred)
AnthroMed is an Equal Opportunity Employer
AnthroMed LLC will not discriminate against any person based on race, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, height, weight, color, religion, national origin, age, marital status, pregnancy, disability, veteran, or military status.
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