Speech-Language Pathologist Job - Columbia, South Carolina - Interviewing Now!

  • Job Location:  Columbia, SC
  • Category: 

    Schools - SLP

  • Type: 

    Contract


ProCare Therapy is excited to announce that we have a wonderful new school based opportunity for an SLP that is interested in working in the Columbia, SC this school year! This will be a full-time, full school year contracted position - and we are arranging interviews as early as this week for this position.
 
Job Details Include:

  • Full-time
  • 37.5 - 40 hours per week
  • Full school year contract term
  • Caseload will depend upon preference/availability within the district (this will be discussed on the interview)
  • Quick interview process
  • No school experience required
  • CFs will be considered for this opportunity

 
If you are not local to the area, relocation assistance can be obtained through our agency.
 
If you think that this may be a good fit, please reach out to me today via phone or email. For immediate consideration for this position, please submit a copy of your resume directly to: Chelsea.Serr@ProCareTherapy.com. Please be sure to emphasize related experience and requirements needed for this opportunity.
 
I look forward to hearing from you soon!
 
Chelsea Serr
Senior Director of Educational Resources
770-776-2063
 
 

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