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South Carolina Speech Language Pathologist - Virtual
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TELE-THERAPY: SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST WORK FROM HOME JOB!

SLP Applicants must be ASHA Certified and be licensed in South Carolina.

Sunbelt has partnered with a fantastic school district in South Carolina to add a new VIRTUAL Speech Therapist to the team.

This district is looking for someone who is willing to work full time for the remainder of the school year. Students are in grades K-12 with mild to moderate disabilities.

Some job responsibilities include assessments, direct therapy, evaluations and attending IEP meetings.

This position is 100% work from home. If qualified for this job, please apply today for an immediate interview after reading below.

Requirements:

  • Active SC license
  • Previous experience in a school setting
  • High speed internet and computer purchased within 5 years
  • Comfortable with technology/ tech savvy

Details:

  • Full-Time Hours (37.5 hours per week)
  • K - 12th grade
  • Mild to moderate
  • Immediate Start
  • Possible renewal for the 22/23 School Year

 

Please reach out to me to learn more about this, and any other work from home opportunities we have available.

 

TO APPLY:

If you meet the requirements above and would like to be considered for this excellent opportunity, please apply to this post. In addition, you may email me your resume to expedite the hiring process with the email provided below!

Kelly Raftery
Account Executive
(813) 261-2721
[email protected]

Schools - SLP - Telespeech Contract 13 days ago
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Applying for: South Carolina Speech Language Pathologist - Virtual
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