Brand New SLP Contract in Southeast Maine for the Remainder of the 2023/24 School Year
Speech-language pathologists assess, evaluate, diagnose, and treat communication, language, and speech disorders. SLPs need to understand the causes and manifestations of speech disorders to provide appropriate and effective services. Some of these disorders may include stuttering, apraxia, developmental verbal dyspraxia, and specific language impairments. SLPs develop individualized plans to treat students with these disorders. Similarly, children have challenges with many different language impairments, which can stem from disabilities such as Autism spectrum disorder.
There is a brand new opening for a certified speech language pathologist at a school district in Lisbon, Maine for the remainder of the 2023/24 school year. This position is available for immediate hire and offers great benefits and a competitive pay, scaling with experience. If you meet the needs and requirements below and live near the area, feel free to apply here or send an updated resume and contact information to the email below.
- Middle and high school caseload of 32 students
- Full-time, 37.5 hours per week
- Onsite only
- ASAP start to end of school year
- $35-$45 per hour, based on prior experience
- Open to SLPA
- CCC or CFY certification required
- Master's degree
- State licensed in Maine
- Peds or schools experience preferred
- 401k matching
- Vision, health, dental insurance offered
- Zoom interview
Additionally, if you do not live in the area and are interesting in relocating – we at Procare offer relocation and housing assistance to those willing to travel at least 75 miles to their assignment.
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