Autism Consultant/Autism Specialist Position, Hillsboro, OR

  • Hillsboro, OR
  • Schools - SLP
  • 7 days ago

Procare Therapy is working with a school in Hillsboro, OR who is interested in hiring a speech language pathologist to work for the 2023 school year. 

While on assignment with Procare, candidates who qualify may be eligible for:  weekly meals stipends, weekly housing stipends, CEU/License Reimbursements, and more.  Please reach out to me directly regarding your eligibility for these fields. 

Position Available: (In person) Autism Consultant/Autism Specialist - Will interview and offer ASAP!

Disciplines considered for this position:
- Special Ed Teacher with experience in ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder)
- SLP with experience in ASD
- BCBA with Special Ed Teaching background

Assignment Period: for the remainder of the school year.

Hours: This can be as small as .6 FTE and all the way up to 1.0 FTE,

Caseload/Population: ASD - Autism Spectrum Disorder (Moderate to Severe)


  • The ideal candidate is someone who has been a licensed special education teacher for at least three years and has worked with students with ASD who experience different levels of impact.
  • Experience in ABA, inclusion, evidence-based practices for students with ASD, IEP development, and consultation are key.
  • In addition, the person must have a clear driving record and a car to get around. 


  • Itinerant and drive between Washington and Columbia Counties serving several small school districts. Candidate will need to like to drive because there will be a lot of time on the road and the ESD WILL PAY FOR MILEAGE and TRAVEL TIME IS BILLABLE!

Travel Route - The districts will include: Gaston (.11), Vernonia (.16), Banks (.14), Rainier (.12) , Washington County Early Childhood (.05), and maybe Clatskanie (.21). Drive time is built into the FTE knowing that there is a lot of time on the road. 

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Hearing ability sufficient to evaluate student's speech.
  • Skill communicating verbally and in writing with students, faculty members, and parents so that all parties understand the program and the degree of progress being made.

Education and Experience:

  • Master's degree in speech pathology required.
  • State license as a speech pathologist required.
  • A minimum of two years of experience working in the speech pathology field preferred.
  • Interviewing Now! 

Job Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree in Speech and Communication Disorders 
  • Active SLP licensure in Oregon

Compensation and Benefits

  • W-2 Employment Contract
    • Hourly Pay Rate
      • All Hours Guaranteed
      • Direct / Indirect Services paid Equally
  • Full Time Employees Eligible for Benefits
    • Medical, Dental, and Vision through United Healthcare
    • Retirement and Matching Programs

If this is a professional opportunity you are interested in, please apply here.  You can also email your resume to Marcus Brown at [email protected] and send me a text at (678) 951-0271 once you have done so. I will be in touch about next steps. 


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