School Speech Language Pathologist - Remote
Location: Oklahoma, United States
Vocovision is seeking a full-time School Speech Language Pathologist in an Oklahoma School District. The School Speech Language Pathologist will be responsible for assessing, diagnosing, and treating speech and language disorders in K-5 students. The ideal SLP should have a strong background in speech-language pathology and experience working in a school-based setting. The position requires excellent communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work collaboratively with other professionals.
Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
Oklahoma State Speech-Language Pathologist license.
Experience working in a school setting for at least 2 years.
Assess and diagnose speech and language disorders in K-5 students.
Develop and implement treatment plans to address speech and language disorders.
Work collaboratively with other professionals, including teachers, counselors, and administrators, to develop effective treatment plans for students.
Provide individual and group therapy sessions to students with speech and language disorders.
Monitor and track progress of students receiving speech and language services.
Provide training and support to teachers and other school staff on strategies for supporting students with speech and language disorders.
Complete necessary documentation and maintain accurate records of student progress.
Participate in team meetings, IEP meetings, and other meetings as necessary.
Position Structure: 1099 Contract Position, Remote
Benefits: weekly compensation, pay for direct and indirect services, work from home flexibility
If you are a motivated, dedicated Speech Language Pathologist who is passionate about helping students with speech and language disorders, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. You can apply online today or send your resume to Rumor Morton at [email protected]. Call or text 678-497-4825 for further information.
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