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Speech and Language Pathologist (.6)- Whitefish, Montana

Whiteifsh School District
Position DescriptionAREA: Speech Language Pathologist (.6 FTE)REPORTS TO: Director of Educational Services, Principal

Whitefish School District seeks an Speech Language Pathologist to join one of the leading school districts in the state of Montana. Whitefish Public Schools mission focuses on cultivating and supporting a community that engages students to succeed in continuous learning, career and citizenship. In Whitefish Schools we believe:

Whitefish Schools provide a foundation for developing responsible citizens, an evolving workforce and an informed democracy.
It is our responsibility to support and motivate all students to learn in environments based in rigor, relevance and relationships.
Teaching and learning occurs most effectively in a collaborative process, driven and inspired by students and teachers, with a focus on learning.
Community and school collaboration develops mutual respect and strong relationships.
The Whitefish School District seeks educators with a track-record of raising student achievement to join the team of educators already dedicated to providing a deeper learning instructional program to all students. At Whitefish Public Schools, educators are leaders who play an integral role in ensuring student success through the support of our school culture, the development and instruction of a rigorous curriculum, and the use of data to drive their daily practice.


Provides instruction and therapy to students with speech and language needs. Provides consultation and assists general classroom teachers in helping students with speech and language challenges.


Eligible for Valid Montana Licensure
Master’s degree or equivalent with a major in Speech Pathology.


Experience working with children with disabilities.


  • Mission-driven: You have a desire to help all students succeed in environments based in rigor, relevance and relationships.
  • Track record of leadership: You know that being a great teacher means being a dynamic leader, and your life and professional experiences demonstrate your ability to lead others to achieve great outcomes.
  • Goal-oriented: You set high goals for yourself and your students, and you take the steps necessary to achieve those goals.
  • Organized: You have a systems mindset that enables you to be organized, focused on team success and to be a professional and collaborative colleague.
  • Growth mindset: You are a lifelong learner; you know that you continually improve to be the best educator possible for your students, and you desire the next steps to help you get there.
  • Reasoning and strategic thinking: You believe in the power of data to help you and your students get the best results possible.

RESPONSIBILITIES (including but not limited to):

  • Member of instructional team
  • Member of Student Services Staff
  • Is student/diagnostic/process oriented
  • Is career oriented–seeking more schooling and training
  • Is pragmatic in displaying time, territory management and organizational skills
  • Is consistent in expectations and has high expectations for self and students
  • Is performance oriented–accountable
  • Is criterion referenced, oriented, being able to work towards goals, objectives and implement appropriate learning strategies
  • Respects authority and carries out Board Policy and administrative directives
  • Commands good verbal and written skills
  • Practices a team approach when working with students
  • Maintains professional ethics as established by the American Speech Language Association.
  • Conducts a screening program to identify learners with speech/language impairments
  • Implement and follow the referral process as outlined by School District 44
  • Administer and interpret appropriate assessments.
  • Provide professional development in identifying speech/language impairments
  • Attend child study team meetings as requested
  • Participate in developing appropriate I.E.P.’s
  • Develop individualized educational programs for speech/language remediation and monitor same
  • Develop an effective schedule for speech/language therapy
  • Maintain records and reports necessary to provide and monitor an effective speech/language program
  • Integrate goals and objectives into regular program
  • Establish a parent/school inter-relationship in working with speech/language impaired learners
  • Carry out directives of supervisor(s)

This type of work involves walking, standing, and sitting for extended periods of time as required by situations of job position. Perceiving the nature of sound, near and far vision, depth perception, providing oral and written information, the manual dexterity to move related equipment, and the skills necessary to handle and work with various materials and objects are important aspects of this job.May be required to lift or move up to 20 pounds. The physical demands & work-environment characteristics described within this job description are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee rarely performs routine work. The employee frequently exercises flexibility (ability to shift from one task to another). Guidance and reinforcement are usually available. The employee frequently works within time constraints and maintains attentiveness intensity. The employee is frequently involved in social interactions which require oral and written communications. The physical demands & work-environment characteristics described within this job description are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

School year working days as set by the Board of Trustees. Salary, benefits and other working conditions as negotiated by the WEA and as assigned by the Administration.

Performance of said duties will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s Policy on Evaluation of Profes­sional Personnel.



Phone: (406) 862-8640

Speech and Language Pathologist- Great Falls School District, Montana

ABOUT THE POSITION: Great Falls Public Schools is seeking a Speech Language Pathologist for the 2018-2019 school year. This position is a full time position as a member of a team of fourteen Speech Language Pathologists serving the 21 buildings which comprise the Great Falls Public Schools.
Most Speech Language Pathologists serve one or two buildings with buildings assigned in a manner to provide equitable caseloads. The starting salary ranges from $57,300 to $71,500 depending upon experience and education. Health, disability, and life insurance are provided with additional stipends possible for CCC and Community Involvement activities.
The Speech Language Pathologist team meets monthly to discuss events and information relative to state law and district practices and to engage in case study discussions. These meetings provide a structure for new pathologists to engage in professional reflection, and to learn from members of the team.
Additional information is available in the Great Falls Public Schools Medically Related Personnel (MRP) Handbook located at: and clicking on the MRP Handbook or at the Great Falls Public Schools homepage at:
Great Falls, a community of approximately 60,000 people is the third largest city on Montana, and is located on the banks of the Missouri River. Great Falls is approximately 50 miles from the Rocky Mountain Front and offers access to year round recreational activities including hiking, boating, fishing, hunting, skiing, and ice skating as well as an amateur hockey team, the Great Falls Americans and a semi-professional baseball team, the Great Falls Voyagers. The community has more than 70 miles of bike and walking trails, many following the banks of the Missouri River and offer beautiful scenery as well as the opportunity to see much of the city on foot or bicycle.
Great Falls is also home to Malmstrom Air Force Base, part of the home of the 341st Missile Wing of the Air Force Global Strike Command. The base is a census-designated place; had a population of 3,472 at the 2010 census.
Great Falls Public Schools is the second largest school district in Montana school enrollment of approximately 10,150 students. The district is comprised of 15 elementary schools two middle schools, three high schools (C M Russell, Great Falls High School and Paris Gibson Alternative High School) and the Great Falls Preschool. Great Falls recently passed a building bond levy to replace two elementary schools and complete upgrades and maintenance to each district building. This investment by the community echoes the motto of Great Falls Public Schools; Great Falls, Great Schools, and Greater Tomorrows. Please consider becoming a part of our team!



Phone: (406) 268-6777