Therapy Jobs in Aloha, Oregon

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SLP (24 hr/wk) Job in Aloha, OR - Fall Semester
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Sunbelt needs a Speech Therapist for this part time position in Aloha, Oregon! It will be 24 hours per week, part time with Elementary schoolers. This position is only for the coming Fall semester, since it is for a Maternity leave. 

**SLP license for Oregon is required and School-based experience is preferred. 

Speech and Language Pathologist Job Skills:

  • Examine and plan services
  • Provide services for students with speech disorders
  • Communicate with parents and staff
  • Instruct speech handicapped students in the development of desirable speech habits
  • Develop IEPs and maintain records
  • Attend meetings
  • Evaluate and provide individual student progress

Interested in this Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) job near Aloha, OR? For immediate consideration for this job or any others, please call or email:

Sarah Misurac, National Hiring Manager

813-792-3437

Sarah.Misurac@SunbeltStaffing.com

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