School Speech-Language Pathologist Job Opening - Kansas City, MO

  • Job Location:  Kansas City, MO
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School Speech-Language Pathologist Job Opening - Kansas City, MO
 
ProCare Therapy is now accepting applications for a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) for a school district in Kansas City, Missouri. This position will begin immediately and go through the entire school year. We are accepting either full-time or part-time candidates.
 
The SLP will be working with an Early Childhood and Elementary setting population. The SLP will be responsible for basic speech and functional skills. Since the SLP will be the only therapist at the school, applicants must hold their CCC's and have experience working with a PreK-Elementary age group.
 
Job Overview:

  • Full or Part Time
  • Full School Year Contract
  • Early Childhood/Elementary
  • Basic speech and functional skills
  • Must hold their CCC's
  • Immediate start

 
If you would like to be considered for this great position, please fill out an application below and submit a recent resume. To apply directly, please submit your resume to Jennifer.Won@procaretherapy.com.
 
For immediate questions or concerns, please contact:
Jennifer Won
Director of Educational Resources
770-776-2086
 
 

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