School Speech Pathologist Job Available in Baltimore, Maryland

  • Job Location:  Baltimore, MD
  • Category: 

    Schools - SLP

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A school district in the Baltimore, MD area is now reviewing resumes and arranging phone interviews for an SLP opportunity that is currently available. This position is full time and we're looking for a licensed and experienced Speech Therapist that may have some prior school experience as well. Immediate phone interviews are being held - so please reach out to me today if you think that you may be interested in this setting and area.
Job Details:

  • Full time position
  • M-F school based hours - 37.5 hours/week
  • Full school year contract term
  • Caseload ages will depend upon experience, preference, and availability
  • CCC or CFY applicants accepted
  • Maryland SLP License required

ProCare employees are hired on and paid at a W-2 hourly rate, and this rate will be finalized based upon your experience.
If you are not local to the area, this could be a great travel assignment! Our agency does provide housing assistance, as well as, relocation reimbursement.
To apply for this great opportunity, please email over a copy of your resume directly to: Once received, I will be in contact with you to schedule a phone interview based upon your open availability.
Chelsea Serr
Senior Director of Educational Resources

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled


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