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Part-Time/Short-Term SLP Jobs Near Trenton, NJ
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I have multiple openings for Speech Language Pathologist to work near the Trenton, NJ area. We have positions that will be short-term covering leaves in the district, and we also have positions available until the end of the current academic school year.

  • Position including in-home speech therapy for 1 hour per week (30 mins each per session). Services will be for a preschool student who has significant medical issues. This position will be for 8 weeks or 16 sessions with the student.
  • Position including an SLP for 4 hours per week. Will give services twice a week at an intermediate school on two separate days. SLP will be working 8 hours per week.

All applicants must have an SLP license and a Teaching Certificate to be qualified for this position. If you are interested in these part-time SLP positions, please send all updated resumes to torri.griffith@sunbeltstaffing.com. Torri Griffith can also be reached via call/text at 813.792.3443.

 

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