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Short term Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) job near Grandview, MO
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Sunbelt is looking for a qualified Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) near Grandview, MO for a short term assignment for the new school year. This district near Grandview, MO is currently interviewing and ready to hire, apply today!

Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) Job Requirements:

  • Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) license in KS
  • School experience/IEP experience preferred

Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) Job Details:

  • Full time
  • Varying disabilities
  • Short term assignment

Please apply below for this short term Speech Language Pathologist job near Grandview, MO.

For immediate consideration please email your resume to [email protected] or call me directly at 813-749-5236. Looking forward to speaking with you!

Kristina Cosner
National Hiring Manager
[email protected]
(813) 749-5236

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