Wisconsin SLP Job Opening

  • Job Location: 

    Racine, WI

  • Category: 

    Schools - SLP

  • Type: 

    Contract

  • Last Updated: 

    11/15/2017

ProCare Therapy is currently working with a school district in the Racine, Wisconsin area that is in search of a Speech Language Pathologist for the 2017-2018 school year. This is a full time opening and the SLP will be working with a middle school caseload. New graduates (CFY) candidates are encouraged to apply. Supervision will be provided by the school district if needed. All candidates must have their Wisconsin Department of Instruction License and their Wisconsin SLP License.

Overview:

  • 1.0 SLP Position; 5 days per week
  • Middle School Caseload
  • CCC and CFY candidates both encouraged to apply
  • Full school year (2017-2018)
  • Start as soon as possible
  • Must have Wisconsin DPI and SLP License

If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to be considered for an interview with the school district, please complete an online application and attach a professional resume.

Shannon Vere
Director of Educational Resources
ProCare Therapy
770-723-3787
Shannon.vere@procaretherapy.com

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