Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) Job Opening - 1 Hour Northwest of Rochester, MN

  • Job Location:  Rochester, MN
  • Category: 

    Schools - SLP

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ProCare is very excited to announce that we have a new job that has become available for an SLP about an hour northwest of Rochester, Minnesota! The school district that we're working with is in a rural area close to Owatonna. This area is also just a short drive to Minneapolis! This is a full time opening and we are ideally seeking a therapist that has availability to interview and start quickly (within 2 weeks preferred).

  • Full Time; 37.5 Hours a Week
  • Immediate interview and a quick start to be expected
  • Contract will run for the duration of this school year
  • K-12th Grade Caseload
  • Deaf and Blind Students (Interpreters on staff)
  • MN SLP License + ASHA C's Required

While undergoing your contracted assignment, you will be provided with: competitive compensation, weekly paychecks, superior healthcare benefits, and a 401k plan option.
If you are not local to this area, ProCare can provide with relocation assistance and/or per diem housing and travel stipends.
Please apply below, or by sending a copy of resume to: Chelsea.Serr@ProCareTherapy.com
I am looking forward to connecting with you soon!
Chelsea Serr
Senior Director of Educational Resources

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