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School-based Speech Language Pathologist

Job Description:
A school district near Soliant is working with a school district near Imperial Beach, CA that is now accepting applications for a Speech Language Pathologist for the upcoming school year.
The therapist will work a schedule of 40 hours a week providing therapy, assessments and early intervention services to an Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade caseload.
Interviews are being scheduled immediately so please submit your application today if you are interested in interviewing for this position.
This district is located south of San Diego near the US/ Mexico border.
Soliant will assist with licensure reimbursement if a therapist is interested in this position but does not have a California SLP License.
Clinical Fellows are welcome to apply for this position if they have their own supervision.
Responsibilities: Work in an elementary school setting with a caseload of no more than 60 students.
Provide evaluations and assessments for students with speech and language impairments.
Record progress notes and make recommendations to parents and other therapists on the best treatment plan.
Provide individual and group therapy to address students communication and language development needs.
Assist students with using alternative communication systems and other technology for Collaborate with other therapists and pupil services instructors to implement students IEP goals their speech needs.
Qualifications: Masters Degree in Speech Pathology California SLP License Soliant offers licensure assistance if you are not certified in this state.
Relevant pediatrics experience Employment Type: Full-time, Contract Work Hours: 8:00 AM- 4:00 PM, 40 hours a week Submit your application below or email your resume directly to rachel.
ziglar@soliant.
com for immediate consideration.
If you have any questions about this position, please contact Rachel Ziglar directly at (678)-457-0513 or rachel.
ziglar@soliant.
com Apply Now Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

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