Location: Highland Park, TX

Contract Pediatric SLP Job - Highland Park, TX

Highland Park, TX: We have partnered with a school district in the Highland Park, TX area to hire a pediatric Speech Language Pathologist for a contract assignment this school year. The SLP brought on for this contract job will be working throughout the full school year and provide services such as conducting evaluations, providing therapy, writing reports, developing IEP goals and monitoring progress, submitting for SHARS, and reporting out in parent meetings.

Caseload Details:

  • Approximately 40 students total
  • 2-3 school sites
  • Mild to moderate

Minimum qualificaitons for this job:

  • Master's Degree
  • Active SLP license in Texas and CCC's
  • At least 3 years of experience preferred
  • Strong pediatric background

Employment Type:

  • Contract
  • Full-time

Work Hours:

  • Approximately 37.5 hours per week
  • Mon-Fri following academic calendar

If you are a pediatric SLP who meets the requirements for this Highland Park,TX job, complete the application on this page and send a resume to monica.llerena@sunbeltstaffing.com for further consideration.

In addition to on-site positions, we have a number of full-time, part-time and short-term assignments via teletherapy, all over the country. Feel free to reach out to me if you are interested in discussing our teletherapy opportunities!

Monica Llerena
National Hiring Manager - Schools Division
monica.llerena@sunbeltstaffing.com
813-749-5198

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