Speech Language Pathologist job in San Diego, CA job for SLP - school setting

  • Job Location:  San Diego, CA
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    Schools - SLP - CFY

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    Any Of These

Speech Pathologist position for a SLP with ASHA CCCs. This opportunity is in a school-based environment and begins this month or next month depending on your availability. Help this wonderful school fill a maternity leave for the remaining school year. Elementary caseload, kindergarten through sixth grade. Approximately 40–50 students total on caseload.
Provide therapy, assessments, attend IEP meetings, etc. for these amazing kiddos. Apply now to make a positive impact on these children and to join a wonderful team of therapists within the Special-Education department. The Special Education director is currently arranging phone interviews for this job in California. A Masters degree as well as a California State license is required to begin this assignment. Relocation assistance is offered to all SLP candidates traveling to the area for this opportunity. Speech Language Pathologists are encouraged to email an updated resume to Erika.York@ProCareTherapy.com or call 770-723-3772 now to apply.
Surrounding areas include El Cajon, Spring Valley, and Chula Vista. This job in southern California is in a scenic area of the state. Renew contracts year after year for go permanently with this wonderful school district. Contact Erika York now to discuss available options, 770-723-3772.

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