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Speech Language Pathologist (SLP-CCC) Job Opening - Tracy, CA | PreK-8th
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Sunbelt is partnered with an excellent school district near Tracy, CA who has a full-time contract position open for a Speech-Language Pathologist.

Specifications About the Tracy, CA position:
Part-time: 27.5 hours per week
Caseload: PreK-8th (mostly elementary and some middle school students)
Mild/Moderate disabilities/issues caseload - 40 students

Tracy, CA SLP Job minimum requirements:
A Speech-Language Pathology Master's degree.
An active/pending Speech Language Pathologist license in California.
CCC/CFY's are welcomed to apply.
Must be able to do IEP's and evaluation.

Apply below, or directly by sending a resume, with references, to our hiring coordinator, Jonathan Halbreich at Jonathan.Halbreich@Sunbeltstaffing.com. 

If this job does not catch your interest but you are still searching for a Speech Language Pathologist position please feel free to reach out to me!

Jonathan Halbreich
National Hiring Manager - Sunbelt
813-688-9166 | jonathan.halbreich@sunbeltstaffing.com

Schools - SLP Contract 7 days ago
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