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Speech Language Pathologist

REPORTS TO: Director of Special Services

Meet Idaho State certification requirements for Speech/Language Pathologist

Provide identification, intervention and special services to students with language, speech, and hearing disorders.


  1. Utilize assessment procedures, techniques, and standardized tests necessary for thorough and accurate diagnosis of speech, language and/or hearing disorders.
  2. Plan and conduct teacher/parent conferences when needed.
  3. Participate in multi-disciplinary staff conferences (Child Study Teams).
  4. Formulate long-term goals and short-term instructional objectives to be included in a student’s IEP: Total Service Plan and Instructional Implementation Plan.
  5. Familiarize principals, teachers, and other school personnel with language, speech and hearing services.
  6. Submit reports to the Director of Special Services upon request.
  7. Inform parents and teachers of results of language, speech, and hearing diagnostic evaluation.
  8. Provide direct therapy based on individual needs.
  9. Assist teacher in developing language and speech programs to be carried out in the classroom.
  10. Address community groups concerning communication disorders upon request.
  11. Assist parents in improving their skills in working with their child\’s speech and language delays.

Performance will be evaluated by the Director of Special Services in accordance with provisions of board policy.


Email Address:

Phone Number: 208-267-7962

Any additional information: Masters Degree in Speech/Language Pathology, CCC or CFY welcome

Salary: Based on Salary Schedule


Position/Qualifications: Speech Language Pathologist Job Description 189 day professional contract consistent with the Evergreen Collective Bargaining Agreement, 134 preschool instructional days, 177.5 grades EK-8 instructional days.
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, communicate with multiple agencies. and representatives of organizations during eligibility and placement, consult and contribute to professional development for paraprofessionals and teachers, and support parents and young children in the process of entering a school based program. Well-developed communication skills (both spoken and written) are essential. The individual must also possess polished interpersonal skills.
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.


Email Address:

Phone Number: 406-751-1111

Any additional information: Mary Meehan, ED S. Special Services Director

406-751-1111 ext.3

Speech and Language Pathologist- KALISPELL SCHOOL DISTRICT


Job Responsibilities:

  • Assess students’ communication skills (articulation, fluency, voice, expressive & receptive language, etc.) to determine communication disorders, special education eligibility, and recommendations for treatment.
  • Create and provide input to Evaluation Team documentation and Individual Education Programs (IEP).
  • Develop and implement treatment plans, interventions and/or materials for caseload.
  • Provide direct therapy as designated by IEPs.
  • Complete and maintain appropriate files, records, documentation, state, and district reports.
  • Communicate and establish positive relationships with students, staff, parents, and community resources.
  • Recognize and respond to student’s personal, educational, and/or social needs.
  • Become familiar with teacher expectations of students and facilitate desirable individual and group performance and behavior.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by Site Supervisor or Federal Projects Director.
  • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Skill in standards based instruction and assessment.
  • Skill in Pre K – 12 Education.
  • Skill in the use of technology to enhance instruction and communication.
  • Skill in critical thinking, problem analysis, and resolution.
  • Ability to maintain effective professional relationships with staff, students, and parents.
  • Ability to follow directions.
  • Skill, dedication and aptitude for working with students.
  • Demonstrated communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work effectively with people with a variety of culturally diverse backgrounds.
  • Ability to maintain student confidentiality.
  • Ability to maintain regular and acceptable attendance levels.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology or Communications Science Disorders; AND, MT Licensure in Speech Language Pathology upon employment.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience working with children in an education setting.
  • Knowledge of current instructional materials and techniques.

Physical Demands:

  • Ability to stand on feet for extended periods of time, stoop, bend, lift and carry items up to 40 pounds.


Email Address:

Phone Number: 406-751-3444

Speech and Language Pathologist- Choteau County Joint Services

Position/Qualifications: The Chouteau County Joint Services (CCJS) is seeking to fill a full-time (FTE 1.0) position for a Speech—Language Pathologist, beginning the 2017—2018 school year. The CCJS serves: the Benton Lake School District, Carter School District, Fort Benton School District, Geraldine School District, Highwood School District, and the Knees School District. The position requires a Masters Degree and a professional license issued by the State of Montana Board of Speech Pathologists and Audiologist.

A successful candidate possesses knowledge of State/Federal special education requirements/procedures/guidelines, understands eligibility criteria, understands the development and implementation process for an Individual Education Plan (IEP), is capable of administering standardized assessments and can disaggregate data based assessment results.

CCJS offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Starting salary is dependent on education and experience with a range between $31,760 to $57,120. The position includes paid mileage to and from schools being served by CCJS. CCJS pays $800.00 per month for employee health insurance.

Located in the heart of Montana, Fort Benton provides the advantage of working and residing in a close-knit community and enjoying one of the Treasure State’s hidden gems. Its close proximity to Great Falls (Montana’s 3rd largest city) provides the convenience of activities and services not available to other rural communities. The longevity of our staff is evidence of their desire to remain in a community that promotes and supports education. Each of the rural schools being served by the CCJS are within a short driving distance of Fort Benton.

Email Address:

Phone Number: 406-622-5691

Any additional information: Application materials: letter of interest, resume, unofficial transcripts, 3 letters of recommendation, application (please contact Mrs. Jeannette Nelson—406.622.5691 to request an application).

Please submit materials to:
Mrs. Jeannette Nelson—CCJS Business Manager
PO Box 399
Fort Benton, MT 59442

Speech and Language Pathologist- Missoula Area Education Cooperative

Position/Qualifications: The position requires a Masters Degree and a professional license issued by the State of Montana Board of Speech Pathologists and Audiologist.

A successful candidate possesses knowledge of State/Federal special education requirements/procedures/guidelines, understands eligibility criteria, understands the development and implementation process for an Individual Education Plan (IEP), is capable of administering standardized assessments and can disaggregate data based assessment results.

Email Address:

Phone Number: 406-532-4861

Speech and Language Pathologist- GREAT FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Position/Qualifications: Great Falls Public Schools is seeking a Speech Language Pathologist for the 2017-2018 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 $55,100 to $65,100 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


Email Address:

Phone Number: 406-268-6777

Any additional information: 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!