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High School Job Opportunity in Connecticut - Remote Speech Language Pathologist

Sunbelt and Vocovision are seeking a remote Speech Language Pathologist for a 30 hour per week job at a school district in Connecticut. This job is 100% remote working from home with a high school caseload.

Remote Speech Language Pathologist Job Overview:

  • Caseload includes students with autism, learning disabilities, and intellectual disabilities 
  • High school students
  • 1 school within the district
  • 30 hours per week

Remote Speech Language Pathologist Job Requirements:

  • Active license as a Speech Language Pathologist in Connecticut
  • Previous remote therapy is preferred but not required
  • Previous schools experience as a speech language pathologist is preferred

If qualified and interested in this remote job for a high school Speech Language Pathologist in Connecticut, please email an updated resume to:

Jenni Gwaltney
Vocovision Account Executive
[email protected]

Schools - SLP Contract 4 days ago
Applying for: High School Job Opportunity in Connecticut - Remote Speech Language Pathologist
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