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Speech Language Pathologist or CFY job in Jamaica Plain, MA
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Jamaica Plain, MA - Sunbelt is hiring a Speech Language Pathologist or CFY for a full time job at a local school district. We are looking for a therapist to provide services to elementary aged students with mild to moderate disabilities. Caseload is around 45 students to 50 students. There are students who have Autism that are a part of the caseload, so the Speech Language Pathologist or CFY must be comfortable working with students with Autism. 

Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree in Communication Disorders
  • Previous pediatric or school based experience

Preferred Qualifications:

  • MA SLP License
  • ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competency
  • MA Teaching Certification (MTEL) - can be in process

For additional information, questions or to be considered, please contact Erin McDonald at (813) 261-2262 or send resume to erin.mcdonald@sunbeltstaffing.com

Erin McDonald
Hiring Manager
(813) 261-2262
erin.mcdonald@sunbeltstaffing.com

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