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Full Time Speech Language Pathologist near Wheaton IL area (SLP-CCC or SLP-CFY)
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A school district near Wheaton IL is currently interviewing qualified Speech Language Pathologists for a full time (35 hours/week) contract job.

Qualifications and Job Duties:

  • IL SLP License and PEL
  • Previous school or pediatrics experience required (CFs with school experience are also encouraged to apply!)
  • Working on IEPs and delivering direct therapies
  • Conducting evaluations and screenings

Employment Type:

  • Full Time (35 hours/week)
  • School-based for the upcoming school year

To learn more about this Speech Language Pathologist job please send all resumes to our hiring manager Jessica.Sadler@sunbeltstaffing.com or call 813-448-1367. If interested in school-based teletherapy positions, please contact Jessica directly for more information.

*We also offer teletherapy jobs – ask me for more info!

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Applying for: Full Time Speech Language Pathologist near Wheaton IL area (SLP-CCC or SLP-CFY)
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