Multiple Speech Language Pat5hologist Positions (Fort Worth, TX)

Fort Worth , TX
Soliant Health Schools - SLP Contract 10/03 Apply

Soliant is working with a wonderful school community near Fort Worth, TX, seeking to fill multiple contract Speech-Language Pathologist openings.

About the positions:

  • Opening 1:
    • -Full-time (37.5 hours/week)
    • Caseload: 50-60 students
    • Caseload Population: Elementary students, large autism population
      • ECSE- 3rd Grade
  • Opening 2:
    • Full-Time (37.5 hours/week)
    • Maternity Leave (8 Weeks)
      • End: 11/14/2022
      • Start: 9/16/2022
    • Caseload Population: Elementary and Middle School
    • Open to onsite or teletherapy
  • Opening 3:
    • Itinerant position between private and parochial schools
      • Caseload: 35 students
      • Hours: Part-time 

Administrators will assign caseloads based on the best fit for the applicant's preference and expertise. The administrators will also give additional details about the district during the interview.


  • Texas SLP license

Perks of being a Soliant contractor:

  • Competitive pay and benefits
  • Travel stipends for eligible candidates
  • Reimbursements for credentials and CEUs
  • Tap into our 15-year history in the field of school placements

Typical Duties:

  • Prepares written reports, interprets student evaluations, and develops Individualized Educational Programs (IEP).
  • Meets with parents regularly to review student progress, reassesses needs, etc.
  • Completes records/paperwork as required by School District.

Please apply by using the form below or contact Monica Guu with questions about our placement process.

Monica Guu
Senior Associate
(770) 723-3774

[email protected]

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