TELETHERAPY CCC-SLP (Speech-Language Pathologist) with Ohio License

Remote in Columbus, OH Schools - SLP - Telespeech 11/15 Quick Apply

Remote Speech Language Pathologist (CCC-SLP) Position - Ohio License Required

VocoVision is actively seeking a driven and experienced speech language pathologist to join our team as a remote contractor. The ideal candidate will be responsible for delivering virtual speech and language therapy services to K-12 students.


  • Conduct speech and language assessments and evaluations to diagnose disorders and develop individualized treatment plans
  • Provide remote speech and language therapy services to K-12 students using teletherapy technology
  • Document student progress and maintain communication with parents and school personnel
  • Collaborate with other members of the student s educational team to ensure effective treatment and progress towards goals


  • Hold a Master s degree in Speech Language Pathology
  • Possess a valid state license in Speech-Language Pathology (Ohio required)
  • Experience in schools or successful clinical interview
  • Comfortable using teletherapy technology and computer software


  • Weekly pay
  • Equal rates for direct and indirect hours
  • Guaranteed weekly hours
  • Support from our clinical network of teletherapy professionals
  • Full technical support team
  • Intuitive teletherapy toolkit
  • Onboarding materials to prepare for a teletherapy assignment
  • Testing and therapy materials available
  • Integrated ZoomPro Account

If you are a highly skilled and passionate speech language pathologist looking to work remotely with K-12 students, please apply and email the hiring manager directly:

Hiring Manager: Emily Steinslofer
[email protected]

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