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Pleasanton, CA - Part Time Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) Job
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A school district near Pleasanton, CA is hiring a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) for the upcoming school year. The SLP will be working part time to provide speech and language services to students in elementary school.

Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) License in California is Required

  • Servicing district near Pleasanton, CA
  • Direct services
  • Assessments and evals
  • IEP meetings
  • Must be able to work independently 
  • Mild moderate disabilities
  • Part time
  • Elementary caseload

If you would like to apply or get more information regarding this Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) job in the Pleasanton, CA area, send you resume directly to [email protected]

We also provide teletherapy position as well! Call or email with any questions!

Grace Whidden
National Hiring Manager
Sunbelt

8133432342
[email protected]

Schools - SLP Contract 17 days ago
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