Join our team as a Full-Time Virtual Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in an esteemed school district in Alaska. Each SLP is assigned a full-time 1.0 Para for support. Caseloads typically range from 45 to 60 students, with a focus on individualized attention. One week each month (except December) is dedicated to indirect services, ensuring quality consults, observations, and Medicaid documentation.
$1000 Signing Bonus
Responsibilities: As a Virtual SLP, you'll provide comprehensive therapy services to students virtually, addressing their speech and language needs. Collaborate closely with educators, parents, and the multidisciplinary team for inclusive virtual learning. Maintain precise documentation of student progress and treatment plans.
Qualifications: Hold a Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology with a valid Alaska state license or eligibility. Prior school experience is preferred. Effective communication skills and tech-savviness are essential for virtual sessions. Embrace a passion for students' success and communication development.
Benefits: We offer competitive compensation for full-time positions, including comprehensive health, dental, and vision coverage. A 401(k) retirement plan is provided. Enjoy one week each month dedicated to indirect services, ensuring top-notch support. Virtual SLPs receive strong assistance from a full-time 1.0 Para.
Location: This exceptional virtual opportunity allows you to work remotely in Alaska, benefiting from the state's natural beauty and making a difference in students' lives from your own space.
How to Apply: To apply for this position, please submit your updated resume to [email protected]
Please include "Full-Time SLP - Alaska" in the subject line of your email
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