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Speech and Language Pathologsit-Great Divide Cooperative

Date Posted: Feb. 2nd 2019

P.O. Box 48 Deer Lodge, MT 59722 406-846-2147 
225 East Reeder St. Dillon, MT 59725 
Great Divide Education Services Cooperative 
Speech-Language Pathologist: Deer Lodge, Montana 
Regional Information:

Salary: TBD 
Closing Date: Until filled 
Job Description: 1.0 FTE beginning no later than August 2019 continuing for the 2019-2020 school year. Great Divide Education Services is a full-service special education cooperative with offices in Deer Lodge, Montana, and Dillon, Montana. Salaries and benefits are based on education and experience per Cooperative policy and negotiated agreement. Benefits offered are Health Insurance, LT/ST & Life Insurance, Vision, Dental, 403(B), H.S.A., use of cooperative vehicle for travel to and from schools. 
Academic Qualifications: Masters Degree in Speech/Language with C.C.C. or CFY eligibility Licensed by the Board of Speech Pathologists and Audiologists Licensed in Montana 
Supplemental Information: This position is itinerant, serving a variety of rural public school in our service area. Our Speech Language Pathologists provide appropriate speech and language therapy to eligible preschool through high school students. Knowledge of Montana’s special education processes, guidelines, eligibility criteria, standardized assessment, and the development and implementation of Individual Education Plans preferable. A collaborative, cooperative, team approach and attitude is necessary. 
Application Procedures: OPI on-line application; letter of interest; resume; unofficial transcripts; 3 letters of recommendation sent to Sara Novak, Director. 
District: Great Divide Education Services Cooperative (LE 9703) School: All District Members within Cooperative boundaries 
Contact Person: Sara Novak, Cooperative Director 


Phone: (406) 846-2147

Speech and Language Pathologist-Flathead Special Education Cooperative

Date Posted: Feb. 2nd 2019

The Flathead Valley lies in wait for you! The Flathead Special Education Cooperative, home to the Flathead Valley is seeking a full time SLP candidate to provide services for some of our rural schools. CFY’s and Level II Assistants are welcome to apply. 

The local community has much to offer and strongly supports the education system. The Cooperative provides $625.00 toward insurance, and salary is DOE. Come be a part of a supportive group of professionals. 

The Flathead Valley is home to Glacier National Park, Big Mountain Whitefish Ski Resort and Flathead Lake with an abundance of outdoor recreational activities year-round!

Seeking FTE 1.0 CCC Speech & Language Pathologist; CFY and Level II Assistants are welcome to apply

Assigned to rural schools with a state vehicle and gas card
$625.00 towards individual medical insurance with option to add dental and vision
Join our Team!

Salary: DOE

The Speech & Language Therapist position must be able to work with minimal supervision, work efficiently and in an organized manner. It is an itinerant position that requires meeting the needs of students in more than one location.
Interested applicants: E-Mail 3 letters of recommendation, cover letter, resume and transcripts to
Questions?? Call Flathead Special Education Cooperative: 
Fax 406 257-4137
Phone: 406 257-1852

Responsibilities and Duties
Acknowledgement: The list of essential functions, duties, and responsibilities is not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary and without notice.
Areas of Job Accountability:
1. Licensed Speech Pathologist or in the process of obtaining MT license (CCC, CFY or Assistant Level II)
2. Must demonstrate enthusiasm, motivation and organization to be a self-starter with strong initiative, knowledge and love of working with children (PreK-8th grade), 
3. Demonstrate the ability to work with a team including parents, teachers, administrators and other related service personnel within school settings, integrating speech pathology therapies into classrooms and school environments, knowledge of the referral process, electronical documents, Special Education documents, progress notes and Medicaid billing
4. Provide therapies to students individually or in group as followed in each individual education plan using prevention, intervention and remediation of Speech services for student caseload
5. Conduct screenings, evaluations, write reports, goals and objectives for individual students, provide information, support, and consultation to teachers, parents and families when appropriate.
6. Participates in on-going professional development opportunities 
7. MT Driver’s license

Cheryl Russell
Director of Flathead Special Education Cooperative
15 Meridian Court
Kalispell, Montana 59901 
Phone 406 257-1852
Fax 406 257-4137

Speech and Language Pathologsit-Browning

Date Posted: Feb. 2nd 2019

Browning Public Schools

Type: Special Education program for school year 2018-2019, supervised by Director of Special Services.

Eligibility: Master’s degree in communication disorders or related field. Montana state license (or qualified to obtain). Must have clean criminal record (no felony or multiple misdemeanors).

Duties: Conducts appropriate speech/language assessments of referred students. Helps identify children with speech or language impairments. Assesses through appropriate testing and diagnostic practices. Provides case management services for students entering the special education system. See Speech/Language Pathologist Job Description.

Qualifications: Excellent communication, problem solving and organizational skills. Preferred: Experience working with communication disorders in a school setting. See job description for additional requirements and preferences.

Salary: Per Certified Master Contract depending on degree and contracted experience.

Benefits: Per Certified Master Contract sick and personal leave, retirement and health insurance for certified staff.

Pre-employment Successful applicant must pass drug test and criminal background check
Requirements: and provide evidence of a test for tuberculosis.

To Apply: Obtain application materials from: Human Resource Department, Administration Building, 129 1st Avenue SE, P.O. Box 610, Browning, MT 59417, tel: 338-2715, fax: 338-7646 or download certified application, position announcement and job description from our web page at

Closes: Open Until Filled



Phone: (406) 338-2715

Speech and Language Pathologsit-Evergreen School District

Date Posted: Feb. 2nd 2019

Welcome to Evergreen School District #50
We are now accepting applications for the following position(s):
Currently accepting applications for the following positions for the 2019-2020 school year:

FTE Speech Language Pathologist
FTE Speech Language Pathologist position to be filled for the 2018-2019 school year. Experience working in collaborative setting with children ages 3-14 with an emphasis on early childhood preferred. Clinical Fellowship Year supervision may be provided. This position will remain open until filled. Application packets can also be picked up at the Evergreen Superintendent’s office (18 West Evergreen Dr.) or via the “Certified Application Package” listed below. All application materials must be returned to: Cindy Allen, Evergreen School District #50, 18 West Evergreen Drive, Kalispell, MT 59901

Evergreen SD #50
Evergreen School District #50 is an independent PS-8 school district in the unincorporated community of Evergreen on the outskirts of Kalispell, Montana in the northwest part of the state. The area is home to world class skiing, beautiful Flathead Lake, and just east of the “Crown of the Continent”, Glacier National Park. 
Speech Language Pathologist Job Description
189 day teaching contract, 134 preschool instructional days, and 176.5 instructional days for other school settings. 
This individual should have or be able obtain Montana Licensure to practice as a speech language pathologist. Familiarity with IDEA Part C and B is necessary. The individual must function as a collaborative member of a multidisciplinary team during the evaluation/eligibility and IEP processes. Excellent written and spoken communication skills are necessary in order to communicate with multiple agencies and representatives of organizations during eligibility, placement, and consultation. The position requires the ability to design and contribute to professional development for paraprofessionals and teachers, and support parents and young children in the process of entering a school based program. The individual must also possess polished interpersonal skills, engage in sound therapeutic practices, and work to create meaningful integrated language based learning in school settings
Experience working with young children with developmental delays is important. The position requires the individual to be able to work in a fast paced environment and differentiate learning experiences that address individual needs, while working to assist children in meeting standards consistent with Early Childhood Outcomes. In addition to early childhood settings, additional sites and cases may be assigned. Clinical Fellowship supervision is available for recent graduates of a recognized speech/language graduate level program. 
Please contact:
Mary Meehan, Ed. S.
Special Services Director
406-751-1111 ext.3 
406-751-1115 fax

The application is available on line at the district website or by contacting Cindy Allen 751-1111



Phone: (406) 751-1111


Date Posted: Jan 30th, 2019

The successful candidate will be licensed or able to be licensed in the State of Montana, although consideration will be given to 4th year Externs.  In addition to their adventurous nature, they will need strong interpersonal skills; be highly organized; able to prioritize and handle a high volume of patients; work well independently or within a team environment; and able to interact professionally with patients, physicians, and team members. 


Phone:  406-443-8838

Additional Relevant Information:
This position is responsible for administering diagnostic audiological evaluations that allow the differentiation between types of hearing disorders including impedance measures, tinnitus evaluation, ABR, and other evaluations as needed.  The Audiologist will counsel patients regarding evaluation results and reviews options that best meet their hearing care needs.  The Audiologist performs hearing aid testing, selection and fitting to all populations, as well as presenting pricing and the sale of hearing aids as part of the patient education process. 

Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist

Date Posted: Jan 10th, 2019

Pediatric speech-language pathologist wanted for a dynamic, fast-paced, multidisciplinary clinic using a team approach to therapy, serving children birth to 21. Come be part of our growing clinic in Anaconda. Join a great working environment with other therapists. Experience with children a must. Great pay, health insurance, 401K, flexible scheduling and paid vacation. Part time or full time available.



Phone: (406) 259-1680

Speech Language Pathologist

Date Posted: Jan 3rd, 2019

To provide speech and language therapy for students with communicative disabilities in order to reduce or eliminate impairments which adversely affect interpersonal relationships or educational performance.
Licensed by the Board of Speech Pathologists and Audiologists for the State of Montana.



Phone: (406) 227-7322

Additional Relevant Information:

Medical and dental insurance
Car for travel is provided
13 sick leave days
5 personal days
Supply budget provided
Personal Development budget provided
License fee reimbursement
Work with dedicated, professional staff

Caseload 40-50 students