Speech-Language Pathologists needed to treat patients with a broad range of needs. Positions available in Hospitals, Outpatient, Skilled Nursing and Home Health. School Settings include full and partial school year assignments.
Multiple locations available
Broad range of needs
Travel and Permanent opportunities
We value your skills. More than 30 years of staffing experience have taught us how to get better results when it comes to finding the job that’s right for you.
Travel opportunities include:
Paid private housing and travel allowances
Assistance with license processing
Comprehensive major medical and dental insurance, life insurance and a 401(k) retirement savings plan
Permanent opportunities include:
On-the-job mentorship opportunities for new grads seeking first time employment
Assistance with resume preparation and interview scheduling, prepping, and evaluation
Help with contract negotiation, licensing, relocation and housing
Best of all, Speech-Language Pathologists enjoy all of our services for free. It costs you nothing to have a CompHealth recruiter help you find the right SLP job.
Please contact CompHealth at (800) 453-3030 or visit CompHealth.com to learn more.
CompHealth started in 1979 with the idea of connecting top healthcare providers to the communities who need them and has since become the industry leader in healthcare staffing. Connecting with each person’s unique story in order to find them the right job for their lifestyle is what makes us different. And with 1,000 employees in offices across the nation, we have the team in place to ensure that... every provider and facility staff recruiter receives the excellent customer service we’ve offered for nearly forty years. Learn more at comphealth.com so we can find the job that’s just right for you.
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.