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K-3rd Grade SLP Job Opening - Carpenterville, OR - Virtual or Onsite
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I am working with a school district near the Carpenterville, OR area to fill a Speech and Language Pathologist job opening. This position will be full-time covering a short-term leave in the district. This position is set to start in March 2021 and be in effect until the end of the academic school year. This will be a K-3rd grade caseload with students who have varying disabilities. Applicants can work onsite or virtually for this position.

  • Direct speech and language therapy with school aged children
  • Experience needed in school settings
  • Must feel confident writing and facilitating IEPs and evaluation meetings

Interviews are being held as soon as possible for this Speech and Language Pathologist position located near the Carpenterville, OR area. Please send all current resumes to torri.griffith@sunbeltstaffing.com. Torri Griffith can also be reached at 813.792.3443

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