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Full-Time Speech Language Pathologist Job Opening in Tigard, Oregon | K-12 Caseload
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Full-Time Speech Language Pathologist Job Opening in Tigard, Oregon | K-12 Caseload

Sunbelt Staffing is teaming up with a school district in the Tigard area to find a talented SLP for this school year! We are looking for a licensed Speech Language Pathologist in Oregon. This position is full-time for 40 hours per week. Prior school experience is preferred. 

Job Description: 

  • K-12 at a single school district 
  • Assessments
  • IEP participation
  • Direct therapy services
  • Types of Disabilities:
    • Varied mild to moderate
    • ASD included

To be considered for an immediate interview, submit your current resume to alina.rosales@sunbeltstaffing.com and/or call (813)-518-6900. You can also schedule a time to chat at https://calendly.com/alina-rosales-recruiter-sunbelt.

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