Birch Agency is seeking to hire a full-time Speech-Language Pathologist to work in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Qualified Speech candidates must be a Master's level speech-language pathologist and hold ASHA CCCs. No CFs will be accepted or considered for this particular job.
However, the Birch Agency has several other CFY job opportunities around the state of Georgia and for more information, applicants should reach out to Ruth Ann for job and location specifics.
This Speech-Language Pathologist job starts in August and is for the entire year. Qualified applicants must commit to the entire school year in order to be considered for this job opportunity near Atlanta, GA. The speech team is large and caseload consists of elementary and middle school students with possibly one or two high school students on caseload. Caseload is still being determined but the School Client will consider your preference and experience when determining and finalizing caseloads.
General Speech-Language Pathology duties apply such as:
Conduct screening and evaluations of new students for communication disorders;
Identify students with speech-language disorders and provide instruction and intervention;
Providing speech services to children with a wide variety of disabilities;
Provide and complete accurate and detailed documentation in a timely manner;
Responsible for the development and implementations of IEPs;
Attend IEP Meetings;
Communicate with teachers, teachers and administrators;
For more information regarding this CCC-SLP job in Georgia or other school based job opportunities in Georgia, please contact Ruth Ann at 727-614-0209.
Speech-Language Pathologist must meet the following requirements:
A Master's in Speech Communications;
Holds Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA);
Birch Agency is committed to providing highly qualified special education professionals to school districts throughout the United States. Our commitment to customer service and our passion for special education set us apart. This is more than just a job! We want to make a real difference by providing exceptional learners throughout the country access to quality special education services. We prov...ide staffing services for all areas of special education and work with populations from birth to 21.Join our team. We have excellent job opportunities for Speech Pathologists throughout the Country.
Birch Agency is committed to working with people who have a passion for helping students in special education reach their full potential. If this is you, we want to talk.Helping you grow.
We offer continuing education reimbursement to all candidates even if you are just working part-time. Special education is constantly changing, and we are interested in working with people want to continue learning. We are invested in helping you grow.How we are differentWe are here to help you grow your career. If we don’t have a job opening that fits what you are looking for, we will try to find something that does. Most staffing companies will only call you about job opportunities that they already have, but we work very hard for our candidates to find the right position for them.What types of job opportunities do we have?
Birch Agency has excellent full and part-time job opportunities in special education. We offer contract, contract-to-permanent, and permanent placement job opportunities.Are you up for a little adventure? Have you always wanted to try living some place new to see if you like it before you make a permanent move, or maybe you want to live in a new place every school year getting paid to travel and experience unique opportunities all over the country? We can help, and we may even be able to pay for your housing, meals, and incidentals. But, don’t worry, if you need to stay put, we have local positions too.
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.