Skip to main content

Let’s talk career opportunities

The UWEC Communication Sciences and Disorders program is dedicated to developing critical thinking, knowledgeable, and compassionate professionals. The high standards we expect from our students means our graduates are highly sought after professionals even before graduation. Our graduate program boasts 100% of graduates obtaining a job in the field within one year of graduation!

Job Opportunities for Alumni

We are happy to share job openings and opportunities with our graduates! Please see the opportunities and contacts below. Check back frequently, as we post new opportunities as we receive them.

Ellsworth Community School District - Ellsworth, WI

Ellsworth Community School District
Ellsworth, WI
Vacancy ID: 203163
Posting Date: 4/11/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • The Ellsworth Community School District is looking to hire an SLP-A for the 24-25 school year.
  • Under the direction and supervision of a Speech and Language Pathologist, the Speech and Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) assists in extending speech/language therapy services by completing a variety of tasks.

Qualifications

  • A Bachelor's Degree in Communication Disorders or a current SLP-A license is preferred.

About us

Additional Information / To Apply

  • Applicants can apply by submitting an application in WECAN along with a cover letter expressing interest, resume, letters of recommendation and copy of license and transcripts if applicable. 
    Vacancy ID: 203163
  • Questions can be directed to Mary Zimmerman, Special Education Director/Elementary Principal by phone: 715-273-3912 or email: zimmerman@ellsworth.k12.wi.us
Willits Unified School District - Willits, CA

WILLITS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Willits, CA
Posting Date: 4/8/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • We are looking for an SLP for full-time employment in person here in the beautiful redwoods in a kind, loving district. We have a great team of people.

Requirements

  • Speech-Language Pathology Services Credential
  • TB Test
  • Fingerprint Clearance

About us

Additional Information / To Apply

Minneapolis Public Schools - Minneapolis, MN

Minneapolis Public Schools
Minneapolis, MN
Vacancy: 101124
Posting Date: 4/5/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • Minneapolis Public Schools is looking for a Speech Language Pathologist for the 2024-2025 school year.
  • Speech-language pathologists provide a complete array of services to students with identified communication problems, including students whose primary disability is “speech-language impairment” and students with other primary disabilities who have needs in the area of communication (for example, students with autism, cognitive disabilities, developmental delay).
  • Workload is weighted based on a variety of factors, averaging a 40:1 ratio. SLPs case manage about 30% of the 2600 students receiving speech-language services in MPS.
  • We spend 5 hours of our 8-hour workday directly serving students per labor union contract. The remaining 3 hours per day are spent collaborating, partnering, planning, and completing paperwork.
  • MPS offers mentorship to all SLPs and welcomes CFs. Additionally, we offer on-site and virtual support from specialists in the areas of fluency, and AAC/Complex Communication Needs. We manage a specialized speech-language website with evaluation, intervention, and due process tools, resources, and templates.
  • MPS uses the highly efficient, web-based platform, EdPlan, to complete all due process paperwork and third-party billing.

Essential Functions

  • Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following representative duties, knowledge, and skills. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class. Employees are required to be in attendance and prepared to begin work at their assigned work location on the specified days and hours. Factors such as regular attendance at the job are not routinely listed in job descriptions but are an essential function. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Pre-referral consultation to general and special education teachers.
    • Case management for students with speech-language impairments only.
    • Due process compliance, third-party billing, program data collection, funding reports, etc.
    • Evaluations: Comprehensive initial and reevaluations for all types of communication disabilities.
    • Standard-referred IEPs and IIIPs (intervention that supports literacy and other standards).
    • Direct intervention services to students in the least restrictive environment (include classroom-based service).
    • Indirect intervention and consultative services to teams. Teachers and parents.
    • Other site-based and special education duties, including support of district literacy goals.

Qualifications

  • Education, Training and Experience
    • Master’s degree in communication disorders.
    • A valid Minnesota teaching license in Speech-Language Pathology.
    • ASHA Certification preferred.
  • License and Certification Requirements
    • A valid Minnesota teaching license in Speech-Language Pathology.
    • ASHA Certification preferred.

Benefits

  • Professional Development: MPS offers dedicated professional development to MPS SLPs several times per year. All PD is centered on equity-based, evidence-based practices, and meets all licensure and certification requirements.
  • Student Loan Forgiveness: MPS SLPs are eligible for the same types of loan forgiveness as MPS teachers serving students with the greatest needs, ranging from $5,000 to full loan forgiveness.
  • Compensation: MPS SLPs are compensated based on their level of education and experience. For CFs, additional compensation is granted upon completion of the CFY. Salary scale advancement is obtained through free professional development, and for bilingual SLPs, MPS offers a proficiency bonus. MPS benefit packages include TRA pension, 403b/457 retirement matching, and comprehensive dental, vision, and medical insurance plans.

About us

  • MPS is a vibrant and diverse community where SLPs work in supportive, collaborative teams to serve Birth-21 students in their least restrictive environment.
  • As MPS SLPs, we are committed to educational evaluations and services that are not predicted by student race. We challenge the status quo to ensure all learners achieve their greatest potential.
    We embrace the multiple identities of our students and prioritize relationships with students and their families.

Additional Information / To Apply 

Farmington Area Public Schools - Farmington, MN

Farmington Area Public Schools
Farmington, MN
Vacancy: 7854
Posting Date: 4/1/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • We are in need of speech/language pathologists in Farmington for next year.
  • 3 positions available.
  • Provide screening, assessment and program development and speech services to special education students, birth to 21. 
  • Consult with parents, teachers and assistants as to programming for students in need of speech / language services.

Essential Functions

  • Provide speech and language services to children.
  • Provide case management for students.
  • Assess students to determine eligibility for services.
  • Maintains appropriate student records of services provided.
  • Maintain necessary documentation for third party billing.
  • Provide parents with intervention ideas.
  • Work with other agencies as needed to meet student's needs.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Participates in staffing and other school meetings.

Qualifications

  • Masters degree and license as a Speech Clinician
  • Possess and maintain a valid Minnesota Driver’s License.
  • Knowledge of the developmental sequences for children.
  • Knowledge of how to use standardized assessment tools.
  • Knowledge of Special Education Due Process procedures.
  • The ability to work with students, staff and parents in a variety of environments.
  • Ability to use a computer

About us

Additional Information / To Apply 

Powerback Rehabilitation - Various Locations

Powerback Rehabilitation
Various Locations
Posting Date: 3/25/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • Powerback Rehabilitation (Powerback), one of the largest rehabilitation organizations in the country, is a leading provider of rehab therapy (physical, occupational, speech, respiratory) and wellness services, primarily for the older adult population.
  • Powerback partners with skilled nursing centers, assisted living facilities, independent living communities, hospitals, home health companies, adult day care programs, and outpatient clinics.
  • Powerback delivers an empowered approach to achieving full potential by providing integrated and individualized solutions. It’s patient-centered care that provides a sustainable way of feeling, moving, breathing, and living better, all designed to help patients get their power back.
  • Powerback Rehabilitation is excited to announce Power$TART, our new graduate incentive program.  This program can help new grads chart a course for a long-lasting and successful healthcare career in long-term care.  Eligible new grads (no more than two years post-graduation date) can receive an additional $50,000 over five years in the form of a monthly stipend ($833.33/month) for select nationwide positions.

Additional Information / To Apply 

School District of Waupaca, Wisconsin

School District of Waupaca
Wisconsin
Vacancy: 198283
Posting Date: 3/25/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • The School District of Waupaca is searching for a talented full-time Speech Language Pathologist for the 2024-2025 school year.
  • The Speech Language Pathologist will service students with speech and language disorders in language, speech or sound production, voice or fluency.
  • The applicant will be responsible for evaluating students, writing reports and IEPs, attending meetings and collaborating with school staff and families.
  • Successful Waupaca School District Speech and Language Pathologists know that student learning is a product of high-quality instruction, curriculum, and assessment happening within a safe and supportive environment.

About us

Additional Information / To Apply 

School District of Maple, Wisconsin

School District of Maple
Wisconsin
Vacancy: 199510
Posting Date: 3/25/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • The school District of Maple is seeking a full-time Speech/Language Pathologist (CCC or CFY) to serve students district-wide.
  • Contract is for 188 days which includes 8 staff development days.
  • Start date of the contract is August 22, 2024. 

Qualifications/Responsibilities

  • Candidate must possess or have the ability to obtain Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Speech/Language Pathology License) #1820).
  • In addition to licensure, qualified candidates will have the ability to evaluate and program for students who exhibit a full range of communicative disorders including language, articulation {speech sound disorders), fluency, and voice/resonance that affect educational performance.
  • The candidate will also plan and implement appropriate services and collaborate with parents, teachers, and other professionals.
  • Candidates will be able to implement a variety of service delivery models such as direct speech and language therapy within an individual or small group setting as well as within the general education classroom.
  • Candidates will have the ability to create Individualized Education Plans (IEIPs) and have the ability to monitor a student's progress in regard to meeting IEP goals.

Benefits

  • Minimum base starting salary is $55.000.
  • Full-Time position with great health, dental, and life insurance benefits.
  • Hires who possess or have the ability to obtain Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP) from American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) are eligible for a 2,000 annual stipend. 

About us

  • The School District of Maple has an excellent reputation locally, regionally, and statewide. The students excel in both academic and co-curricular activities. We achieve a high level of expectations and excellence as a result of effective, quality staff members and programs. 
  • The District of Maple is located in the northernmost part of Wisconsin along the beautiful south shore of Lake Superior. It includes the towns of Amnicon, Brule, Cloverland, Hawthorne, Highland, Hughes, Iron River, Lakeside, Maple, and Oulu, and the Villages of Lake Nebagamon and Poplar, including parts of Douglas and Bayfield Counties. The District covers a rural area of approximately 5OO square miles and is home to more than 8.000 people.
  • The District features many beautiful lakes, rivers, forests, and parks. The Tri-County Corridor, a trail extending 65 miles from Superior to Ashland, attracts those who enjoy snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, four-wheeling, hiking, running, and biking. You will find that the greater Maple area offers an exceptional quality of life with a below average cost of living.
  • We are located approximately 30 minutes southeast of the Twin Ports area of Duluth, MN and Superior, WI. This is a metropolitan area of approximately 115,000 people and has many amenities of a big city without the congestion. The area includes four colleges and universities. The Twin Ports area offers many parks museums, shopping centers, recreational facilities, and endless opportunities along the shores of Lake Superior.

Additional Information / To Apply 

New Auburn School District - New Auburn, Wisconsin

New Auburn School District
New Auburn, Wisconsin
Posting Date: 3/15/2024


Job Description / Summary

  • The New Auburn School District is seeking a speech-language pathologist for the 2024-2025 school year for a preK-12th grade setting. We are a close-knit rural district. This position serves all grade levels in our single building.

Responsibilities/Skills

  • Provide speech and language services to students 3 years through 12th grade, including evaluations, screening, and direct services
  • Case manage speech/language students with IEPs
  • Administer, score, analyze, and interpret standardized and non-standardized assessments to determine the need for speech/language services
  • Provide recommendations to develop IEP goals/objectives
  • Provide parent education/support
  • Participate in IEP team annual, re-evaluation, and initial evaluation meetings
  • Adhere to state laws, regulations, and timelines per WI DPI
  • Complete required documentation for annual IEP meetings, initial evaluations, and re-evaluations
  • Complete Medicaid billing
  • Effectively communicate with parents/families and school staff
  • Conduct inservice/staff training as required by students' IEPs
  • Facilitate Birth to Three transitions to school-based services
  • Other activities as required

Qualifications

  • Masters degree in speech language pathology from an accredited college or university
  • ASHA CCCs (or Clinical Fellowship welcome)
  • Wisconsin DPI license to provide speech language pathology services
  • Experience with school-age populations preferred

Benefits

  • We offer an excellent benefits package. You will work on all of the school days, and the occasional training session.
  • Ability to work from home 2 to 4 days a month is negotiable.
  • Salary: $75,000+ based on experience

About us

  • We pride ourselves in building a true community of learners. We support this through keeping our class sizes very small; in 2023-24 the average elementary class size is 13.9 students per teacher without factoring in aides, and support teachers.
  • New Auburn is a village of 550 people located about 30 minutes north of Eau Claire, the district is PreK-12 and serves approximately 325 students with roughly 40 certified staff, and 15 additional staff. We pride ourselves in having our staff be the local experts, and providing them with a voice in all decisions.
  • If you are looking for small school relationships, with large school opportunities, we are the place for you. If you enjoy country living, or just an easy drive from Eau Claire or Rice Lake; Trojan Country is the place for you.

Additional Information / To Apply 

Professional Speech Therapists, LLC - ND, SD, and WI

Professional Speech Therapists, LLC
ND, SD, and WI
Posting Date: 3/15/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • Professional Speech Therapists, LLC is accepting applications for a full-time teletherapy Speech-Language Pathologist position. Applicants must have a Masters in Communication Sciences and Disorders. This position will be a well-balanced combination of working from home with occasional school site visits, the pleasure of a capped and predictable caseload number, and the opportunity to collaborate with an awesome small group of supportive SLPs.

Benefits

  • Benefits Include: CAPPED CASELOADS, less contract days compared to public schools, 401K with match on day one, generous PTO, Aflac plans, QSEHRA health reimbursement plan, paid ASHA Dues, paid License(s), CEU reimbursement, available SLP support/collaboration, and full access to our teletherapy platform with a wide-range of resources.

About Us

  • Professional Speech Therapists, LLC is a new and growing private practice servicing schools in ND, SD, and WI. We excel in providing outstanding teletherapy speech and language services and SLP-A supervision. Our highly interactive teletherapy platform operates under a unique software stocked with real-time, simultaneous applications allowing for a hands-on and dynamic service delivery approach, making it fun and easy for both the clinician and client. Professional Speech Therapists, LLC strives to become a partner with the districts that we serve by building a strong rapport with their staff, students, and parents.

Additional Information / To Apply 

Aurora Health Care - Wisconsin

Aurora Health Care
Wisconsin
Posting Date: 3/11/2024


Job Description / Summary

  • Currently, there several are openings across the organization and across Wisconsin for SLP positions.
  • To view available opportunities, please visit https://bit.ly/AuroraHealthPhysicalTherapistOpportunities
    and enter speech therapy or speech therapist in the “keywords” search field. Be sure to change the search filters to meet your search needs.

Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • Ongoing mentoring and professional development
  • Team member engagement

Additional Information / To Apply 

Stevens Point School District - Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Stevens Point School District
Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Posting Date: 3/4/2024
Vacancy ID: 198805


Job Description / Summary

  • Join our team of 500 teachers in beautiful family-friendly Stevens Point, Wisconsin. We will give you a week of orientation and training before the school year begins, to introduce you to our district, your personal mentor and your classroom. We offer a laptop or tablet for you to use. We are seeking to fill for the 2024-2025 school year. 

Qualifications

  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed in the description available via this link Speech and Language Pathologist - Stevens Point Area Public School District are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and Experience

  • Master's degree in speech and language pathology.
  • A minimum of 60 semester hours of academic credit in normal aspects of human communication, development thereof, and clinical techniques for evaluation and management of speech and language disorders.
  • Clinical experience of 400 hours with a minimum 100 of the hours in a school setting.
  • Current Speech and Language Pathology license (1820) from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

Additional Information / To Apply 

Alhambra Elementary School District - Central Phoenix, Arizona

Alhambra Elementary School District
Central Phoenix, Arizona
Posting Date: 3/1/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • We want Blugolds! The Alhambra Elementary School District is in need of SLPs. We would love to have any and all graduating Blugolds apply and see if we would be a good fit for them as they start their careers! 

Essential Functions

  • To improve the school educational experiences for students with speech and/or language needs through screening, evaluation, diagnosis, and implementation of services. 
  • Responsible for providing direct or indirect services to effect positive changes in student communication behavior with regards to voice, language, articulation or fluency disorders.
  • Administer and interpret a variety of speech and language assessments designed for determining eligibility for speech and/or language services and for designing programs to meet the specific needs of students. 
  • Prepares paperwork and reports including completing documents within state and federal guidelines and including relevant information (e.g., MET, IEP, progress reports)
  • Provides interventions appropriate to the age and learning needs of the individual student.
  • Confers with parents, teachers, administrators, and other professionals to interpret evaluations and recommendations concerning students in an effort to maximize educational development through placement or educational management and to ensure the least restrictive environment for each student. 
  • Gathers and interprets data for individual students.
  • Supervises university practicum students, clinical fellows, and speech-language pathology assistants; Mentors new SLPs.
  • Maintains all documentation related to Medicaid School-Based Claiming
  • Collaborates with school professionals, families, and students.
  • Contributes to the literacy achievement of students. Addresses the linguistic and metalinguistic foundations of the curriculum.
  • Serves and assists on various prevention/early intervention team activities (e.g., teacher assistance teams and child study teams). On these teams, the SLP may conduct observations, complete non-diagnostic assessments, plan with teachers, model interventions, coach teachers, and/or gather data, all in the context of general education.
  • Motivate students to maximize their learning potential and ensure that all students have successful experiences. Remains current in all aspects of the profession and supports the use of evidence-based practices (EBP). Stays abreast of educational issues. May provide training to other staff members on topics related to speech-language impairments and treatment.
  • Shares in the responsibility of reviewing records of incoming students and attending multidisciplinary conferences as required. 
  • Maintain high expectations for all students, with positive and effective classroom management in compliance with school and district guidelines. 
  • Attends staff and in-service meetings, workshops, and school functions, as directed. 
  • Adheres to all Board policies and/or rules, Arizona Revised Statutes, and federal regulations pertaining to education. 
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

Benefits

  • The district benefits include fully paid medical, dental, and vision insurance, along with a life insurance policy that is paid. You also participate in the state retirement program.  Our contract year runs from late July to late May so don't worry; you can still spend 7 weeks back in ND during mosquito season!  We also have a full week of Fall Break in October, a full week of Spring Break in March, and two weeks off for Winter break.
  • Salary schedule link: https://www.alhambraesd.org/Page/4008
  • Additional stipend if you are bilingual.
  • $6000 supervision stipend if you supervise an SLPa

About Us

  • Alhambra Elementary School District is a low SES, high ELL district located in central Phoenix that has a superintendent who was a special education director and a special education director who is a former school psychologist, so our related service providers are definitely valued!   We service preschool through 8th grade in our district in 15 schools plus our preschool. There is a lead SLP for support and we do in-district professional development for SLPs.  SLPs also have professional learning community training quarterly with the psychologists and motor providers for shared learning. 

Additional Information / To Apply 

Granite School District - Salt Lake City, Utah

Granite School District
Salt Lake City, Utah
Posting Date: 2/29/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • We are currently seeking passionate and driven Speech Language Pathologists to join our team to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults. You will have the opportunity to work closely with experienced professionals, conduct assessments, develop treatment plans, provide therapy sessions, and collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to support clients across a diverse range of ages and needs.

Essential Functions

  • Diagnoses and treats speech and language disorders, and scientifically studies human communication.
  • Diagnoses and evaluates speech and language skills as related to educational, medical, social, and psychological factors.
  • Plans, directs, and conducts habilitative and rehabilitative treatment programs to restore communicative efficiency of individuals with communication problems of organic and nonorganic etiology.

Qualifications

  • Possess strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Possess strong computer and educational technological skills.
  • Works independently with little direct supervision.
  • Works as part of a team.
  • Accepts responsibility and is self-motivated.
  • Posess skills in working with all areas and severity levels of communication disorders as well as all age levels.
  • Knowledge of special education compliance.
  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) certification or willingness to complete clinical fellowship year is preferred.
  • Requires a Utah State Board of Education (USBE) cleared criminal background check.
  • Requires a master's degree in Speech-language Pathology from a regionally accredited college or university.
  • Requires one of the following:
    • a valid Professional Educator License issued by the Utah State Board of Education with a Speech Language Pathology License Area of Concentration
    • completion of a Utah State Board of Education approved Speech-language Pathology preparation program pending recommendation for a professional license, or
    • an equivalent license in another state or country.

Additional Information / To Apply 

CESA 2 - Various Districts, Wisconsin

CESA 2 
Various Districts, Wisconsin
WECAN Vacancy ID: 197827
Posting Date: 2/28/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • CESA 2 seeks a Speech/Language Pathologist to serve students in various districts in the CESA 2 region for the 2024-2025 school year.

Qualifications

  • Must have a Wisconsin DPI certification in Speech/Language Pathology, 820
  • Master’s degree or higher in Communication Disorders or related field
  • Desired candidate will have prior experience providing speech therapy services in a school setting and should possess outstanding interpersonal skills, as well as competence in evaluation, IEP development, and provision of therapeutic intervention. 

About Us

  • CESA 2 is a governmental subdivision and participates in the Wisconsin Retirement System serving 74 school districts in south-central and south-eastern Wisconsin. Benefits for full-time employees include health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, long-term disability insurance and paid sick days, vacation days and holidays.

Additional Information / To Apply 

Beloit Turner School District - Beloit, Wisconsin

Beloit Turner School District
Beloit, Wisconsin
WECAN Vacancy ID: 198356
Posting Date: 2/21/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • The School District of Beloit Turner is accepting applications for a full time Speech and Language Pathologist.
  • This position will provide direct services to students at the elementary level.
  • Speech and Language Pathologists are an integral part of our district student services, school, and IEP teams, and will have the opportunity to collaborate with other direct service providers in designing effective programs for individual students.
  • Candidates should demonstrate a strong knowledge of best practices, a willingness to be flexible and collaborate with colleagues in a positive manner and engage in professional development opportunities to increase student success.
  • This position requires a candidate who is able to write effective IEPs and conduct Speech and Language evaluations.
  • This is a permanent full-time position starting in the 2024-25 school year.

Requirements

  • Speech/Language Pathologist License
  • Master's Degree

About Us

  • The School District of Beloit Turner is a comprehensive PreK-12 district serving more than 1,600 students in south-central Wisconsin.  We are known as a district of choice with more than 30% of our student body represented by students who open enroll into our district.
  • We are a small to midsize sub-urban/rural setting with 3 main campuses.  Powers Elementary serves our early grades (EC and 4K-1st).  Garden Prairie Intermediate School serves grades 2 through 5.  Our middle school and high school have a shared main campus serving grades 6-8 in Turner Middle School and grades 9-12 in the Turner High School.  We are very proud of the safe and secure learning environment we provide our students, staff, and our families.
  • https://www.turnerschools.org/aboutus

Additional Information / To Apply 

Devon Health Care Group - Various Locations

Devon Health Care Group
Various Locations
Job Posting Date: 2/19/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • Devon provides services for children in Alabama, Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Tennessee, Indiana, North Carolina, Utah, Georgia, Missouri, West Virginia, and Minnesota. 
  • Most of our therapists work in the school system or have full-time jobs, so the families know that the therapy cannot be done during school hours. If you are available during the day, that is also possible.  You would set the time of services directly with the family.
  • We pay every two weeks via direct deposit.
  • Speech Language Pathologist Rate: $75.00 per hour
  • Mileage to and from Rate: $0.53 per mile

About Us

  • Devon Health Care Group is a full-service staffing firm with a division solely dedicated to providing schools, including charter, and virtual schools, with their professional staffing needs. Our primary focus is the recruitment of Speech, Occupational, & Physical Therapists as well as Psychologists, and other professionals as needed. We provide professionals in a Face-to-Face, Online, or Group setting, to fit the unique needs of our clients.
  • www.devonhealthcaregroup.com

Additional Information / To Apply 

  • Please contact: Nick Mazzie, Employment Consultant, Devon Health Care Group, LLC
    Phone: 866.830.7272
    Cell:  419.345.5311 (Connie, Recruitment Manager)
    Fax:  610.465.9400
    Email: Nick@devonhealthcaregroup.com 


Children's Therapy Solutions, Inc. - Bradenton, FL

Children's Therapy Solutions, Inc.
Bradenton, FL
Job Posting Date: 2/13/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • Join our Speech-Language Team! We are seeking CF-SLPs, CCC-SLPs, SLPAs.
  • We have openings within our private practice, teletherapy, school placements in Manatee County and local charter schools.
  • Our SLPs work with pediatric populations in schools and at our multidisciplinary private practice. 
  • Service delivery includes a hybrid of in-person and teletherapy to provide quality services to children and families in a caring and supportive environment.
  • Our team collaborates alongside other speech language pathologists with various educational backgrounds and specialized trainings, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and mental health counselors.

Qualifications

  • Bilingual Spanish/English proficiency is a plus but not a requirement.

About Us

  • Children's Therapy Solutions, Inc.is a women-owned, multidisciplinary, pediatric, therapy practice serving the Bradenton, FL community since 2004. Our therapists are supported and empowered to
    focus their energy on providing excellent therapy.

Additional Information / To Apply 

Minnewaska Area Schools - Glenwood, MN

Minnewaska Area Schools
Glenwood, MN
Job Posting Date: 2/12/2024

Job Description / Summary

  • Minnewaska Area Schools has an opening for a Full-Time Speech-Language Pathologist beginning in the 2024-2024 school year.

Qualifications

  • Minnesota Speech-Language Pathologist Teaching License required.
  • Coaching opportunities available.

About Us

Additional Information / To Apply 

Join our team of professionals

Are you interested in joining our team of dedicated faculty and staff here at UWEC? We are passionate about communication disorders and are committed to making a difference in the lives of our students and our clients. If you are interested in joining our department, check out the employment opportunities we currently have available.

See current job openings

We want to hear from you

Please enter your name

Please enter a valid email address

Please enter a valid phone number

Please enter a message