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Speech Language Pathologists -College Station, Texas
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I am interviewing candidates for a Speech Language Pathologist position in the College Station, Texas area. The SLP will be providing therapy services Elementary and Middle School students

Details:

  • Kindergarten through 8th grade student caseload
  • Mild to moderate needs - including language, articulation, speech, fluency

Requirements:

  • TX SLP-CCC licensure for schools
  • ASHA certification
  • Recent school based practice

Hours:

  • Full time
  • 35 - 40 hours per week
  • Current school schedule

Would love to connect to discuss the details of this College Station area SLP position. Please send your updated resume to: [email protected]
 

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Joanne Hughes
Sunbelt Staffing - Senior Account Executive
813-343-2472
[email protected]

Schools - SLP Contract 14 days ago
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