Speech Language and Hearing Specialist (SLH)- Expert
Completion of all requirements for a Master' s Degree, excluding a thesis, in the field of communicology or a related area, including or supplemented by not less than 24 credit hours in speech pathology and/or audiology earned at either the graduate or undergraduate level.
Possession of a certificate of clinical competence from the Council of
Professional Standards of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association and/or licensure as required by state law or regulation for professional employment in public schools or approved private schools.
Basic computer skills to include, but not limited, to Microsoft Office Products.
This is professional work in the field of speech, language and hearing. A resource in the position provides testing and diagnostic services and plans a treatment program of individual or group therapy for persons with auditory, speech, language and related disabilities at a state operated facility.
The resource functions as an independent clinician in diagnosis, treatment, and research in the field of auditory, speech and language disabilities.
Work involves the application of principles, methodology, and technical skills employed in the treatment of persons having speech, language, hearing and related disabilities.
Work is performed under the general direction of a professional or administrative supervisor who outlines scope and content of programs and reviews work through conferences and reports.