Location: Paso Robles, CA

Full-Time Speech Language Pathologist Job Opening | Paso Robles, California | Part-Time

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Full-Time Speech Language Pathologist Job Opening | Paso Robles, California | Part-Time

We are looking for talented Speech Language Pathologists in the Paso Robles, California area! We are searching for a talented SLP to work part-time with a few students that have mild to moderate disabilities. The position will be onsite and candidates will be able to voice their preferences in scheduling.

Job Description: 

  • Students have mild to moderate disabilities
    • Including: Specific Learning Disability, Autism, and one or two with a Speech/Language impairments 
  • 24-30 Students 
  • Elementary school caseload 
  • Assigned at any level to assist with pending assessments 
  • The SLP will be doing assessments and IEP’s
  • Servicing children both onsite and remotely (some children have opted for teletherapy options) 
  • Educating students and family members about speech disorders and causes, including disabilities and traumatic events
  • Keeping detailed records relating to student conditions, care plans, therapies, and progress

Candidate Qualifications: 

  • Must be a licensed Speech Language Pathologist in the state of California. 
    • This requires the SLP to be licensed through ASHA, and to have a valid CA CTC. SLPs may also have a CA SLP License through the state. 
  • We will also consider qualified SLPs in their Clinical Fellowship Year
  • Tech savvy 

To be considered for an immediate interview, submit your current resume to alina.rosales@sunbeltstaffing.com and/or call (813)-518-6900. You can also schedule a time to chat at https://calendly.com/alina-rosales-recruiter-sunbelt.

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