Location: Newport Beach, CA

PreK-5th Caseload For Hybrid Full and Part-time SLP - Newport Beach, CA

We are pleased to announce an opening for two experienced Speech Language Pathologists at our Newport Beach, CA area Schools. We prefer applicants with schools or pediatric experience, but Clinicians from other settings, or even new graduates will be considered. We are actively interviewing so apply today. 

We are seeking x2 creative, upbeat Speech Therapists with AAC and Legal Case experience who can manage a caseload of Elementary School Students (Preschool-5th grade) with Autism, nonverbal and severe behaviors. Speech Therapists familiar with SEIS and SEIS Billing. In this role you would be working across multiple sites and will need to coordinate and oversee large caseloads. You will utilize Teletherapy during Distance Learning to provide services; Push-In and Pull-Out services and In-person assessments can be expects as well. 

Both positions are full-time, requiring 37.5 hours a week during standard school hours, however we are receptive to part-time applicants as well. 

Qualifications: All applicants will hold an active California SLP License or CTC to qualify (No waivers allowed).  

For consideration on these positions in the Newport Beach, CA area, email resume to:  shonique.watts@sunbeltstaffing.com or after applying call me directly. 

 

 

Shonique Watts
National Hiring Manager
Sunbelt Staffing
Local: 813-792-3468

shonique.watts@sunbeltstaffing.com

Schools - SLP Contract 19 days ago

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