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Speech Language Pathologist

North Country Education Services

North Country Education Services is a nonprofit organization based in Gorham, New Hampshire that provides a range of services, programs, and supports to public schools throughout northern New Hampshire. Most of NCES ' school-based employees are in the special education field.

NCES offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including health insurance, flexible medical spending account, dental reimbursement plan and participation in the NH Retirement System (full-time employees only).

The North Country of New Hampshire affords the opportunity to explore the White Mountains through hiking, paddling, alpine and Nordic skiing, biking, snowmobiling, OHRVing, and other outdoor activities.  The agency is located within a three-hour drive to Boston, Montreal, and Burlington, VT.  


The Speech Language Pathologist will assess and instruct students with speech, language, voice, and fluency disorders according to Individual Educational Plans (IEP), 504 Plans, and other team plans. Supervision of SLPAs may be required.

This position would be based two-days a week in Plymouth, NH, two-days a week in Lancaster, NH (w/option for some remote), and one-day a week to-be-determined within the northern NH region.


Candidate must be licensed in New Hampshire as a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) having graduated from ASHA accredited school of speech-language pathology with Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC).


Responsible for the evaluation, planning, and case management of eligible students to include, but not limited to:

a. Administering hearing or speech/language evaluations, tests, or examinations (written, oral, or specialized instruments) to students to collect information on type and degree of impairments.

b. Evaluating hearing and speech/language evaluations, test results and/or background information to diagnose and plan treatment for speech, language, fluency, voice, and swallowing disorders.

c. Developing and implementing individual or group treatment plans/programs to deal with speech or language problems (such as stuttering, delayed language, inappropriate pitch, or voice problems) according to IEP.

d. Instructing students in techniques for more effective communications, including sign language, lip reading, voice improvement; and develops speech exercise programs to help control/strengthen tongue, jaw, face muscles, and breathing.

e. Monitoring student progress and adjusts program accordingly.

Supports curriculum approved, standards-based, appropriate learning experiences by:

  1. Developing appropriate lesson plans for students needs and make these plans available to substitutes as necessary.
  2. Providing individualized and group instruction and academic support in assigned subject matter using best practices as specified in school regulations and procedures and as mandated by state law and as indicated by students plans.
  3. Assessing and monitoring learning using a variety of methods and adapting the curriculum according to individual student needs.
  4. Team teaching or providing support to teachers in an inclusive setting, as assigned.
  5. Developing and participating in experiential learning activities.
  6. Establishing and maintaining standards of student behavior to optimize an effective learning atmosphere.
How to Apply:

Send letter of interest and resume to

Salary Range:


Job Location:

Plymouth and Lancaster (w/some remote)

Date Added: May 3, 2022

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