PO Box 55555 Keyser, WV 22222 (304) 555-5341 firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMARY A highly talented and accomplished Speech Language Pathologist with extensive education and clinical experience. Highly familiar with all aspects of managing screening, evaluation, and treatment activities in public school systems and clinical settings. Additionally knowledgeable in swallowing, voice, and fluency disorders. Adept at developing lesson plans and program curricula. Able to observe and evaluate students in clinical and classroom environments. Continuing education completed in several Speech and Audiology areas. Proven ability to provide evaluation and treatment from birth to adulthood. Ability to work as part of team, determining treatment programs and follow-up observation schedules. Thorough and detail-oriented, with strong analysis and problem-solving abilities. Excellent presentation and communication skills.
EDUCATION West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV MS in Speech Pathology and Audiology Western Maryland College, Westminster, MD Advanced course work in Deaf Education West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV BS in Speech Pathology and Audiology PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND Speech Language Pathologist, Mineral County School District, Keyser, WV (1977 – Present). Responsible for diagnosing and treating speech, language, fluency, and voice disorders for pre-school, elementary, middle, and high school students. One of six Speech Language Pathologists in county school system, personally managing screening, evaluation, and observation of more than 1,300 students. Perform hearing and speech language disorder screening on all students entering school system for first time, regardless of age or previous medical records. Also screen for voice, fluency, and swallowing disorders. Evaluate test results, and identify students for further examination and screening. Identify disorders when present, and work together with special individual education team to determine course of treatment. Team consists of teachers, principal, and primary caregiver. In addition to monitoring progress of off-site and in-school therapy, perform routine observations and follow-up examinations to regularly chart progress of treatment. Work closely with hearing impaired students that have b