SLP Opening in Cumberland, Maryland

  • Job Location:  Cumberland, MD
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    Schools - SLP

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ProCare Therapy is currently arranging interview for a school district in Cumberland, Maryland for a speech language pathologist. This is a full time position for the remainder of the school year with a prek-8th grade caseload. There will be 50 students on the caseload with mild/moderate disabilities. A couple of students do have autism. There will be 2 school sites that the candidate will be traveling too, 1 elementary school and 1 middle school.
ProCare Therapy can offer a competitive compensation and benefit package for this job. This position will go fast, so do not hesitate to apply!

  • Master's in speech pathology
  • Recent schools experience is a plus
  • Passionate about working with children

For more information, please contact Shawn Donalty at 770-325-0344 or email your resume and references to

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