Location: Palm Springs, CA

Speech Language Pathologist Job Opening - Full Time Position - Palm Springs, CA

Speech Language Pathologist Job Opening - Full Time Position - Palm Springs, CA

A school district near Palm Springs is looking for a talented Speech Language Pathologist to join their team! Candidates must be a licensed Speech Language Pathologist in California to be considered for this position. Candidates also must have school experience. This is a full-time position for the upcoming school year. 

Job Requirements and Details: 

  • School experience is strongly preferred 
  • The caseload is kept at around 55-60 students
  • It is a K-12 caseload
  • There will be 2 school sites
  • The students will have multiple disabilities
  • The school district is very supportive of their employees
  • Follow special education procedures, which include but is not limited to, participating in team and IEP meetings, writing and implementing IEP's, monitoring progress, and goal reporting
  • The SLP plays a vital role in supporting classroom teachers, as requested concerning any language needs of regular education students


The school district is hoping to interview candidates as soon as possible. Please send your information to the contact below to be considered for an interview and learn more about the position:

Alina Rosales

(813)-518-6900 // alina.rosales@sunbeltstaffing.com

You can also schedule a time to speak with Alina at: https://calendly.com/alina-rosales-recruiter-sunbelt
 

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