SLP, Speech Pathologist position in Washington school setting

  • Job Location:  Burlington, WA
  • Category: 

    Schools - SLP - CFY

  • Type: 

    Any Of These

SLP-CCC or CFY, clinical fellow position available in Burlington, Washington area. This opportunity is located north of Seattle and Everett, Washington in a school environment. Caseload includes elementary students. Enjoy a flexible schedule of part-time hours or full-time depending on your preference and availability. Are you experience with the IEP process? Are you comfortable with an elementary aged caseload? If so, great, apply today: 770.723.3772.
An ESA and Washington state license will be required before starting this assignment. This position is available for a Masters level degree and proper certifications to qualify. The special-education director is currently arranging phone interviews and in-person interviews this week and next week for this position.  Speech Language Pathologists with a passion for students are encouraged to apply. New graduate SLP's seeking a clinical fellowship year will have supervision available at this school site. Contact Erika York at 770.723.3772 to inquire more about this position as well as other opportunities in the state of Washington and nationwide. Email Erika York and attach a resume:
Speech Pathologists, contact:
Erika York, 770.723.3772

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