1.0 FTE School SLP Job - Prince Frederick, MD area

  • Job Location:  Prince Frederick, MD
  • Category: 

    Schools - SLP

  • Type: 


ProCare has a new full-time opportunity for a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) that is interested in working near gorgeous Prince Frederick, Maryland! This is an excellent position for both CCC and CFY candidates that are looking for a wonderful school district to be a part of for this year.
Job Details:

  • Full Time
  • 37.5 hours per week
  • Full School Contract
  • Mostly elementary caseload
  • CCC and CFY candidates will be fully considered
  • MD License must be active prior to your start (will interview without)
  • Immediate phone interviews being held for qualified candidates

Job Duties Include:

  • Planning and executing relevant treatment programs that are case-specific
  • Monitoring and documenting the student’s progress throughout their treatment
  • Writing student reports, as well as information to provide to other staff, administration, and parents
  • Communicating with staff, administration, and parents to improve the student’s overall performance

If this sounds like an employment opportunity you may be interested in, please reach to me at 770-776-2063 or via email at: Chelsea.Serr@ProCareTherapy.com
I sincerely look forward to speaking with you!
Chelsea Serr
Director of Educational Resources

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled


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