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Connecticut Virtual Job | School Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) | Part-Time
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Job Title: School Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)
Job Type: Part-Time: 100% Virtual
Hiring Manager: Sunbelt Account Executive: Chris Dubie, MS

I am helping a Connecticut school district fill a Part-time School Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) job. Ages of caseload will vary. School experience is required but virtual experience is not. Prior to interviewing with the director of this school, you will need to complete a tech screen and provide a resume.

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Apply to this Part-time virtual Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) job in Connecticut by applying through this post or by reaching out to me via email with your resume attached. Must be properly credentialed in Connecticut to be considered for this job.

Note: Caseload details will be discussed when you are contacted about the position.

Contact Information:
Chris Dubie, MS
National Hiring Manager - Vocovision
[email protected]
(813) 336 – 6795

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