SLP Full Time job in Murrietta, California

  • Job Location:  Murrieta, CA
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    Schools - SLP

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A full time Speech Language Pathologist is needed for a school district in Murrietta, California. This will be an immediate need and last until the end of the school year. The caseload is elementary school students and around 55 kids. The SLP would be traveling to 2 different buildings.
 
At this time the ideal SLP will need their ASHA CCC's, licensed in the state of California, and have previous schools experience. We are looking for someone who is motivated and passionate about working with children. We are ready to interview and hire as soon as possible. ProCare Therapy can also offer great benefit and compensation packages.
 
To be considered for this position, please contact Shawn Donalty at 770-325-0344 or email your resume and references to shawn.donalty@procaretherapy.com

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