Speech Language Pathologist
Now offering $2,000 Sign-On Bonus!
The Monarch Center for Autism offers a comprehensive array of residential, early childhood, educational, transition, pre-vocational, adult, and community programs for individuals ages 3 through adulthood with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our degreed, certified and experienced staff deliver a range of therapeutic services intended to maximize each individual’s unique strengths and abilities. Monarch’s visual language immersion teaching Model, which combines visual supports, technology and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), leverages the strong visual processing abilities of individuals with autism. The Monarch Center for Autism is a division of Bellefaire JCB, one of the nation’s largest and most experienced child service agencies.
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Position Summary: We are looking for a full-time Speech Language Pathologist to work at Monarch School for students ages 3 through 21 with autism. The Speech Language Pathologist will work within an interdisciplinary team that provides communication, academic, sensory, behavioral, and therapeutic support for children or adolescents with autism. Through our collaboration with Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, we offer many opportunities for professional growth. Our small caseload sizes (approximately 10 students), interdisciplinary team approach (with more than 20 on-site Speech Language Pathologists), and access to the latest technology, provide a unique work environment.
- Provide direct speech therapy to students in one-on-one and small group settings
- Provide consultation and push-in therapy for generalization of skills.
- Administer diagnostic assessments (formal and informal evaluations including the analysis of language samples) to autistic children and provide a detailed report of the findings.
- Develop and run differentiated social pragmatic groups pertinent to the strengths and weaknesses of the group.
- Manage all communication aspects of social skills training.
- Write, implement and manage IEP goals and objectives.
- Participate in proactive and reactive Behavior Management techniques.
- Minimum Master’s Degree.
- Valid Ohio Speech/Language Pathologist license required.
- Combination of education, training and/or experience in working with children with autism.
Life at Bellefaire:
We value our employees and their commitment to our mission and offer competitive total rewards (benefits and compensation) options to our valued employees and their families, including domestic partners. Our rich options include:
- Dental, vision and medical insurance
- Defined benefit pension plan
- 403(b) plan
- Life insurance
- Paid long-term disability
- Generous paid time off and holidays
Other perks of working with us include:
- A friendly and appreciated staff
- Working with a team committed to the well-being of others
- A beautiful campus
- Career growth/numerous free CEU opportunities
- Staff recognition program
- A caring environment to work in!