Location: Astoria, OR

Oregon Teletherapy Job for a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)

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Oregon Teletherapy Job for Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)

Schedule: 30 hours per week
 
With more and more school professionals looking to work from home, Sunbelt is offering the opportunity for Speech Language Pathologists to provide services to students from the comfort of their own home. Sunbelt has partnered with Vocovision to create a teletherapy experience that is unmatched for both clinician and student. 
 
Sunbelt and Vocovision provide clinical and technical support both before & during any assignment. You will have access to a comprehensive toolkit of proprietary materials and digital assessments. You will be trained by seasoned professionals that are experience both brick-and-mortar and via teletherapy.

Sunbelt will provide all clinicians with access to the toolkit as well as a videoconferencing license via Zoom that is HIPAA & FERPA compliant, all including in the contract. We offer competitive hourly wages on a 1099 contract, and you have the flexibility to create your own schedule and service multiple districts, if you so choose. 
 
Minimum Qualifications:

  • Masters Degree in Speech & Communication Disorders or Speech Language Pathology
  • ASHA Certification
  • SLP license in Oregon (or license in process)
  • Must be able to pass a background check
  • Must be able to pass a technical screening
  • 2 years of schools experience is preferred, but not required 

If you are interested in exploring the world of teletherapy and providing work from home services to students in a school setting, please email and updated resume to [email protected] or call me directly at 813-448-1357 to learn more about our work from home jobs for Speech Language Pathologists. 

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