Wake up every morning knowing you have the power and the tools to change lives. EBS is the employer of choice for speech-language pathologists who truly want to help children find their voices. Join us, and we’ll give you everything you need to fuel your passion as a speech-language pathologist.
Whether you are a Clinical Fellowship (CF) or a seasoned speech-language pathologist looking to reinvigorate your career, we offer the right job in the right place, right now, including:
Top-ranked public and private schools
Expect more from your employer, like a competitive salary, sign-on bonuses, job flexibility, licensure reimbursement, unlimited access to CEUs and trainings, relocation assistance, unparalleled mentorship, access to an unbelievable network of top speech-language pathologists who share your level of passion, and an entire team who will support you professionally and personally as you grow with EBS!
Here at EBS, your career as a speech-language pathologist is what you make it. That’s why thousands of SLPs—experienced and new grads (CF)—choose a job with EBS, and stay with us an average of 12 years. Treat in a specific specialty area. Study abroad. Become a mentor. Whatever your dream, EBS can help you make it happen!
About EBS: If you haven’t already started to apply, you probably want to know more about why EBS is the largest independent provider of services for the school-based and pediatric populations. We believe that every child has the power to change and grow--no matter their diagnosis or learning disability. And that’s exactly why we hire the most inspiring people in the speech-language pathology and special education field. Read more at ebshealthcare.com
Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. In lieu of U.S. Master’s, EBS will accept foreign degree evaluated by qualified service as equal to U.S. Master’s.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 191,500 members and affiliates who are audiologists; speech-language pathologists; speech, language, and hearing scientists; audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel; and students.