- Job Location:
San Francisco, CA
Schools - SLP - Telespeech
- Last Updated:
SLP Speech Therapy position in CA Telespeech Teletherapy, whole state of California
Speech Language Pathologist job in California school. SLP will be able to work in any state across the nation while providing therapy in California. Speech Pathologist must have teaching credential, a CA state license and ASHA CCC’s to provide this advanced treatment. Same district is seeking a clinical fellow, so CFY’s will be considered to work in the school. This is a wonderful district to become a part of, call Erika York today for additional caseload details.
School is looking for an experienced and certified speech therapist to interview now. This SLP opportunity begins as soon as possible and is for the entire school year! Work 3 to 5 days per week during school hours. Approximately 30 to 50 students on caseload. Speech therapist must be comfortable with working all types of disabilities and populations to qualify. Other SLP’s and SLPA’s in the district! Call now to join this collaborative team. Ideal speech candidate will have prior schools experience and a current CA license to qualify. Call now to secure your interview time with the director. Looking for your clinical fellowship year? Apply here! New grads / CFY’s will be considered! Do you have your ASHA CCC’s? Great! Call 770-723-3772 to apply today. Clinical Fellows are encouraged to apply! Apply directly by sending resume and schedule preference to Erika.York@procaretherapy.com.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
- Exercises Occupational Therapy Students Can Do at Home
Building Up Hand Strength Occupational therapy practice needs to continue at home. This doesn’t have to be work for the kids, it means sharing fun exercises which will work on their hand strength a...
Read more »
- How Music Can Help Physical Therapy Students
Using Music in Physical Therapy Sessions Music therapy has been around for quite some time. Its general purpose is to help an individual reach goals in therapy sessions using music as an interventi...
Read more »