Location: Park City, IL

Park City area, Work from Home Bilingual Speech Teletherapy Job for Licensed SLP CCC


Thriving School District near Park City, Illinois is now interviewing for a 

Bilingual, Work from Home, Remote Online Teletherapy Speech Therapist (SLP CCC) Job for Next School Year.

Full Time and Part Time availability considered.

Virtual Teletherapist Job Requirements:

  • Two or more years of recent in-school bilingual job experience
  • Active IL Speech Language Pathologist (SLP CCC) License 
  • PEL License
  • Working knowledge of online IEP systems
  • Bilingual English/ Spanish job experience
  • High speed internet capability a must

Teletherapy Work from Home Job Details:

  • On site paraprofessional support
  • Clinical and technical training
  • Same rate for direct and indirect time
  • Weekly pay
  • On site presence not required

For immediate consideration for this Remote SLP Online Teletherapy job, email an updated resume to the National Account Manager for this virtual tele-therapy position:


or click the apply button.

For more information on teletherapy, telepractice or to find out about other available opportunities, call (813) 261-2710

Schools - SLP - Telespeech Contract 01/23/2020

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

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