There are two full time openings. One is full time at a nice elementary school with another SLP working there. The second position is with secondary students (2 days at a high school and 3 days at a center school for intellectually/physically impaired students.) There is another SLP to work with at this position as well. This is a great place to work, especially for a CF or anyone new to school based therapy. There is a team of Lead SLPs who mentor you and make sure you are completely comfortable with procedures. If you've got a difficult case, the Lead with the expertise in that problem will come and observe and help you devise an effective treatment plan. Within our group, we have plenty of SLPs available to help as well. We promise you will have a nice experience in this county!
The district provides each SLP with a laptop and an I-Pad mini. Each school has an appropriate supply of tests and therapy materials. There are days completely devoted to getting paperwork completed. Therapy ideas and materials are exchanged at the frequent SLP meetings where we all get together.
Check out our other SLP ad for Sebring Schools - great$$$
Must have a Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology and eligibility for Florida licensure.
CCC is a plus
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About Special Communications, LLC
Call us! 1-800-222-7130 or fax us 1-352-372-5317. Special Communications,LLC, is a therapist owned private practice serving locations throughout Florida for over 30 years. We offer excellent salaries and benefits including your choice of 6 company sponsored BCBS health plans, paid ASHA dues, paid licensure, paid ASHA CEUs and a SIMPLE IRA retirement plan with a company contribution. CF supervision is provided. We focus on two populations: PreK to12th grade and Intellectually Impaired folks of all ages. We work in some great places, give us a try!
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.