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SLP Job Opening | Bennington, Vermont Speech Language Pathologist
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Are you a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) looking for a job opportunity in Bennington, Vermont? Do you have experience in a school setting? 

A school district in the Bennington, Vermont area has a full-time job opening for a skilled Speech Language Pathologist for the upcoming school year. You are the ideal Speech Language Pathologist if you have prior experience delivering speech and language services to students with IEPs and possibly some 504 students.

SLP Qualifications:

  • Vermont SLP Certification 
  • School setting experience 

Job Duties:

  • Approx. 35 hours/week
  • K-5 caseload 
  • August-June school year duration

To learn more about this Speech Language Pathologist job opening, please contact the hiring manager: 

Torri Griffith
813.792.3443
Torri.Griffith@SunbeltStaffing.com

Please reach out if you are also interested in school-based virtual therapy positions!

Schools - SLP Contract 26 days ago
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