School Based Speech Language Pathologist Job

  • Job Location:  Freeport, FL
  • Category: 

    Schools - SLP

  • Type: 

    Contract


 
Freeport, FL area (short commute just North)
 
ProCare Therapy has an SLP job opening in a school setting.  We are working with our current client to add one more SLP to their existing team and are looking to interview immediately.
This is a full time position with approximately 30 hours per week. A full school year contract will be signed. Candidates must be experienced in schools and have their CCC's.
 
Job Details:
SLP – CCC’s
• 30 hours a week
• Now- until the end of school year
• Elementary Caseload
• Florida License/Certification
 
Minimum Qualifications:

  • CCC-SLP certification
  • Licensed in the state of Florida

 
Along with a highly competitive salary, we offer the opportunity to customize your compensation package with the following:

  • Weekly pay
  • Health Insurance
  • Licensure assistance
  • Continuing Education
  • 401K matching plan

 
The school district is looking to interview and hire immediately, so apply now!
For immediate consideration e-mail your resume to me directly at
michael.walton@procaretherapy.com
 
For more details give me a call at 770-776-2106
 
Michael Walton
Director of Educational Resources
ProCare Therapy
Direct Line: 770-776-2106
 

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