Speech Language Pathologist
About Brilla Charter Schools
Brilla Public Charter Schools is a network of elementary and middle schools that currently serve over 1,360 students from the Mott Haven and University Heights area and surrounding neighborhoods in the Bronx. We plan to grow our network from our five current campuses to eight over the next decade, reaching some 3,200 students in the Bronx. Brilla Public Charter Schools aims to empower their scholars and community through an innovative approach that combines co-teaching practices and blended learning, with core elements of a classical education - helping students know and appreciate Truth, Beauty, and Goodness. Brilla Public Charter Schools focus on teaching the whole child, instilling a deep sense of character through the Core Virtues of courage, justice, wisdom, and self-control, while setting a high bar for academic performance and teaching content that has withstood the test of time. Brilla’s commitment to holistic child development is paralleled with its commitment to creating a joyful community for families and staff. In order to achieve results for students, Brilla staff model the intellectual and social competencies Brilla Public Charter Schools desire for all of their scholars to become young men and women of good character and spirit, and to be prepared for excellence in high school, college and beyond.
The primary responsibility of the Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) is to support a range of students across the elementary grades (K-4) and middle grades (5-8.) The Speech Language Pathologist plans and provides high quality speech and language services to students with IEPs, addressing areas such as receptive and expressive language, articulation, fluency and social-pragmatic skills. SLPs provide services to a caseload of students with mild-to-moderate Speech Disorders, including group and individual settings and push-in and pull- out services.
Speech and Language Pathologists foster deep connections with their colleagues and students. Brilla SLPs are dedicated to a multidisciplinary approach to trainings, treatments, and service delivery. Brilla SLPs collaborate with teachers, leaders, and parents to create customized, innovative solutions to foster opportunities for student success. SLPs consistently help students achieve - collecting, analyzing, and implementing data-based strategies regularly for both the students on their caseload and also students that have been identified as needing additional support.
This position requires a positive, flexible, solutions-oriented, organized, and innovative SLP who aims to challenge the status quo of the current educational landscape in urban areas. Brilla SLPs must have a deep passion for student-engaged learning, a desire to accept, implement, and seek feedback, and a proven ability to manage multiple concurrent tasks and responsibilities while inspiring outstanding achievement in children in a fun and collaborative work environment.
Brilla Speech Language Pathologists Set the Standard.
Elementary & Secondary Education
25 - 50
Elementary & Secondary Education
The following is the career advancement route for Speech Language Pathologist positions, which can be used as a reference in future career path planning. As a Speech Language Pathologist, it can be promoted into senior positions as a Speech and Language Therapy Manager that are expected to handle more key tasks, people in this role will get a higher salary paid than an ordinary Speech Language Pathologist. You can explore the career advancement for a Speech Language Pathologist below and select your interested title to get hiring information.
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