Location: Homestead, FL

Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) | full-time job | Homestead FL

School district seeking a full-time Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) through the end of the school year in Homestead, FL.

 

The SLP will perform screenings, assess condition, and design therapy and treatment plans to help elementary-middle school students develop necessary speech skills.  To succeed in this job, you need be able to develop and be flexible with treatment plans to best suit the individual needs of the student population. While working with children you need to be caring, adaptable, patient, and resourceful.

 

SLP Job Requirements:

Excellent collaboration skills

Previous IEP experience

Pediatrics experience (schools preferred)

Active FL SLP license (CCC required)

Ability to travel between school(s) near Homestead, FL

 

To Apply: 

Please send your current resume to veronica.gaucher@sunbeltstaffing.com 

If you have any questions about this full-time school SLP job near Homestead, FL please call Veronica directly at (813) 792-3426

 

Veronica Gaucher | National Hiring Manager

(813) 792-3426

Veronica.gaucher@sunbeltstaffing.com

Schools - SLP Contract 01/14/2020

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