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100% Remote Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) Aurora, IL
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Our team at Sunbelt is working with a school in Illinois that is looking to hire a Remote Speech Language Pathologist. This position has the option to be part-time or full-time for the 21-22 school year. 

Job Requirements:

  • Required to have an IL Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) License
  • Must have at least 2+ years of school-based experience
  • 100% Remote
  • Bi-lingual (Spanish) preferred
  • Toolkit provided that includes a bank of therapy and assessment materials

The caseload will be consisting of students in grades K-12th. All candidates must be able to provide their own computer and a secured internet connection.

For questions or further consideration for the Teletherapy Speech Language Pathologist job located in Illinois please send an updated resume to Juan.Soto@sunbeltstaffing.com.

Juan Soto 
Remote Hiring Manager
813-261-2717
Juan.Soto@sunbeltstaffing.com

Schools - SLP Contract 7 days ago
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Applying for: 100% Remote Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) Aurora, IL
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