Part time Tele-Speech (Speech Language Pathologist) Job- Oklahoma

  • Job Location: 

    Oklahoma, OK

  • Category: 

    Schools - SLP - Telespeech

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ProCare Therapy has partnered with a school seeking a tele-Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) to work remotely providing services to a small caseload for an immediate start this school year! The position allows the SLP to work from home, part time hours providing services to students of varying ages. Ideally the position is 3 days a week, and will have an SLPA onsite to assist. The SLP will be paid weekly every Friday for this tele-slp position in Oklahoma. Previous schools experience is required. 

To apply: Submit an application below or send a resume directly to Rebecca McFall at 


  • part time, 3 days a week
  • tele-speech position
  • work remotely/from home
  • school based 
  • weekly pay
  • training provided 
  • immediate start


  • computer less than 4 years old
  • good internet speed/connection
  • basic computer skills
  • previous schools experience
  • state of Oklahoma license active as an SLP 
  • able to start in 1-2 weeks

Rebecca McFall
Sr. Director of Educational Resources 

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled


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