Job Postings

  1. Gowanda Central School

    Gowanda Central School District is accepting applications for an anticipated opening for a Speech Language Pathologist.

    Mail a letter of intent, resume, transcripts, three letters of professional reference, and proof of NYS certification to James Klubek, Superintendent,

    Gowanda Central School District
    10674 Prospect St.
    Gowanda, NY 14070

    Deadline: September 8, 2017. More information is available on

  2. St. Mary’s School for the Deaf

    St. Mary’s School for the Deaf is hiring a long term substitute 10 month position for this school year (2017-2018). Knowledge and understanding of ASL or sign language is a plus but not required.

    DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Preference will be given to candidates who possess the following:

    (1) Graduation from an accredited college or university with a master’s degree AND

    (2) NYS certification for speech pathologist

    (3) Eligibility for NYS certification as a Teacher of the Deaf AND; we would consider CFY (clinical fellowship year

    (4) Commitment to the School’s Total Communication Philosophy and the ability to communicate with deaf persons using American Sign Language (ASL) and finger spelling, plus the ability to pass the Sign Language Proficiency Interview (SLPI).

    NOTE: Employees in this classification will be required to complete the SLPI requirements pursuant to Board Policy. The School may also require employees in this classification to complete successful training in behavior management programs including but not limited to TCI (Therapeutic Crisis Intervention) which will be provided by St. Mary’s School for the Deaf.

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES Plans and prepares for therapy sessions following IEP goals and curriculum guidelines Instructs Students using Total Communication Confers with teachers, parents, testing specialists and other administrators t develop individual education plans for students; Encourages students to participate in group discussions and activities Prepares, administers and scores evaluations and records results Maintains documentation of therapeutic progress following IEP benchmarks; Meets and confers with parents and with supervisor to discuss students’ academic and behavioral attitudes and achievements Assists in selecting appropriate learning materials, therapeutic matters and evaluation instruments Participate in curriculum development Maintains updated lesson plans and prescribed by the curriculum and therapeutic IEP goals; Intercedes in emergency situations as required Attends department and faculty meetings Performs other duties as requested or assigned.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications may be obtained from the Human Resources Office or on the St. Mary’s website. Please submit application, resume, and all appropriate information to document qualifications:

    Ms. Mary DeStefano, Director of Human Resources
    St. Mary’s School for the Deaf
    2253 Main Street
    Buffalo, NY 14214

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: August 8, 2017 Discussion concerning salary, benefits and working conditions do not constitute a commitment on the part of the school and should not be misconstrued as binding until a recommendation of appointment is approved by the Superintendent. All benefits are subject to the respective collective bargaining agreements and policies of St. Mary’s School for the Deaf.

    Please go to click Human Resources tab, then Employment for more information or download pdf


  3. Diversified Rehab Services

    Diversified Rehab Services has an interesting, full-time opportunity for SLPs and CFs who hold the TSSLD or TSHH credential. We are looking for someone to provide school-based services at the Enterprise Charter School in Buffalo.

    Interested applicants can send a resume and cover letter to Paul Barlog, Chief Operating Officer:
    716-871-9887 (fax)

    Mr. Barlog may also be reached at 716-871-9883, x112 if you have any questions regarding this position.

  4. Nazareth College: clinical faculty position

    The Communication Sciences and Disorders Department invites applications for a ten-month full-time clinical faculty position to begin in the fall of 2017. The Clinical Faculty supervises practicum of undergraduate and graduate students in the Nazareth College Speech & Language Clinic and in community-based outreach programs operated by the CSD Department. Undergraduate or graduate courses are assigned, consistent with credentials and qualifications. This position will require supervision and teaching an academic course as needed in Summer B (July to mid-August) and option to teach/supervise in Summer A (mid –May-June) depending on availability. The CSD Department strongly supports the College’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. Prior experience and demonstrated success with diverse communities, clients, and students will be valued highly.

    More Information:
    CSD Clinical Faculty Position