Speech-Language Pathologist - CCC or CF - CA/AZ/NV/OK/MD
Learn It Systems/Light Street Special Education Solutions
June 26, 2018
CCC-A,CCC-SLP,State Licensure or Certification,State Teacher Credential
We are now interviewing Speech-Language Pathologists for the 2018-2019 school year to work with children in a school setting and become a valuable member of our national team of special education superheros.
We currently have openings in Northern & Southern California, Arizona, Nevada, Oklahoma, and Maryland!
Be part of a flexible team-build environment as a Speech-Language Pathologist and learn more about what we can offer you:
New grad mentorship with on the ground clinical support
Mentoring for clinicians who are transitioning from a medical model into school base
Local Clinical Manager support
Benefit packages with different plan options that work for you and your family, which includes medical/dental/vision/401k
Professional development allowance, licensure and professional association dues reimbursed
Sign on bonuses or Relocation Assistance!
Master's in Speech-Language Pathology
Passed the Praxis
Maintained license per ASHA requirements
IVP Fingerprint card (AZ only)
Internal Number: US SLP
About Learn It Systems/Light Street Special Education Solutions
Light Street Special Education Solutions (http://www.lightstreetsolutions.com), a division of Learn It Systems (http://www.learnitsystems.com), helps schools succeed by providing comprehensive special education programs and services. We partner with schools to improve the quality and efficiency of services provided to children with special needs. We offer an array of flexible solutions that are grounded in evidence-based practices and focused on achieving positive outcomes for our students and school partners.
The AMERICAN SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING ASSOCIATION (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for members and affiliates who are audiologists, speech-language pathologists, speech, language, and hearing scientists, audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel, and students