Archbishop Ryan Academy for the Deaf offers a pre-k to grade 8 academic curriculum in a bilingual (English and American Sign Language) environment to prepare each student for a life of scholarship. Opportunity for inclusion in other AOPS elementary classes give Archbishop Ryan Academy students a strong background in communication.
Part-time Speech-Language Pathologist needed for September 2019 for School for the Deaf serving pre-school and elementary school levels in the Philadelphia area.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsibilities include speech and language evaluations and treatment; development, participation and implementation of IEPs.
Bachelor’s degree from accredited college or university
Working knowledge of ASL
PA Speech-Language Pathologist License
ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology.
This position is Part-Time / 2-days a week
Candidates interested in this position should send cover letter and resume to
James Molnar, HR Director for Secondary Schools at
Deadline for applications is August 20, 2019.
Duties are representative and not limited to those stated above. Interviews will be granted to the most qualified applicants.
PA required clearances and official transcripts will be required before employment can begin.
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