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Michigan Speech Language Pathologist -Full Time- K-12- Virtual
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Virtual SLP--Actively seeking a qualified Speech Language Pathologist to assess and treat students virtually within a local school district near Harrisville, MI. They are looking for someone that is experienced working within the school setting providing therapy for students that are attending school virtually. An ideal candidate for this position would be someone with teletherapy experience and can jump right in little direction needed from the staff.    

Employment Type: Full Time (8-4pm) 37.5 hrs per week 

Required:

  • MI LARA License

Skills:

  • Teletherapy experience 
  • Evaluate, assess and treatment
  • Demonstrate good problem solving
  • Works great with others
  • Strong verbal and written communication

For immediate consideration for this Speech Language Pathologist Job please send updated resumes to Jackie.bernard@sunbeltstaffing.com or call 813.288-3119.

Schools - SLP Contract 25 days ago
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Applying for: Michigan Speech Language Pathologist -Full Time- K-12- Virtual
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