Maternity Leave SLP Contract Job - Red Bud, Illinois

  • Job Location: 

    Red Bud, IL

  • Category: 

    Schools - SLP

  • Type: 

    Contract

  • Last Updated: 

    01/12/2019

A school district near Red Bud, Illinois have a maternity leave assignment for a speech language pathologist. This position starts as soon as possible and will end at the end of April. 

CCC-SLP - Red Bud, Illinois

  • Full time hours
  • Maternity leave coverage
  • Contracted until the end of April (tentative)
  • Elementary school students
  • Standard school schedule
  • Must have IL PEL
  • Must have IL SLP license

This district is eager to fill this opening so don't hesitate to reach out to me today with any additional questions regarding this contract.

Resumes for consideration should be sent to Caleb.Averett@procaretherapy.com. For a faster turnaround, please submit an online application as well. Pay for this position is negotiable and will be experience-based. If selected to fill this position, a compensation package will be created to fit your individual needs.

My goal is to make this a positive and progressive step in your career as an SLP!

Caleb Averett
ProCare Therapy
770-776-2112
Caleb.Averett@procaretherapy.com

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