Starting salary will be between $20 - $26.00 per hour (approximately $36,600-$47,580/yr), plus excellent benefits. Additional compensation up to $2.97 per hour may be given for relevant credits beyond a Bachelor's degree. A twelve-month probationary period will be required. These positions are in pay schedule 13, pay range 04.
The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) is committed to ensuring every child graduates ready for further education and the workforce. We must align our efforts so students are learning the skills and knowledge necessary to become contributing members of our communities. To build on our long-standing commitment to public education, we strive to recruit and retain quality employees who are willing to talk openly and commit to helping increase the diversity of the organization. Our employees are vital to the success of our students, schools and communities. For more information about DPI, please go to http://www.dpi.wi.gov.
The Department of Public Instruction, Wisconsin School for the Deaf (WSD) is currently seeking two Speech Language Therapists (.88 FTE). These positions are located at 309 W. Walworth Avenue, Delavan.
WSD operates a residential school for children ages three to twenty-one with deafness and/or hard of hearing. The school provides academic and career education on site. The school also offers instructional and technical assistance, teaching materials and evaluations of pupils to local school districts and other agencies. For more information about WSD, please go to http://www.wsd.k12.wi.us/.
Under the general supervision of the Principal/Director of Student Services, the Speech Language Therapist provides speech, speech reading, language, oral-motor and auditory training to K-12 deaf and hard-of-hearing children in the classroom and/or therapy settings at the WSD. Instruction includes preparation of materials and planning outside of the class as well as individual and group instruction during assigned work hours. Responsibilities also include providing the oral/aural component to the communication segment of the program via staff in-service activities, individually and in groups.
The selection process for this position will include a criminal background check.
Applicants must be legally entitled to work in the United States (i.e., a citizen or national of the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, a non-resident authorized to work in the U.S. without DPI sponsorship). The Department of Public Instruction does not sponsor visas, either at time of hire or at any later time.
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