Work from Home as a Speech Pathologist - Must be Wisconsin Licensed

  • Job Location: 

    Wisconsin, WI

  • Category: 

    Schools - SLP - Telespeech

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ProCare Therapy is working with a school district in Wisconsin who would like to schedule interviews now for speech pathologist opening. This position will start immediately and extend until June with potential to renew into the next school year.

Job Details:

  • Full Time
  • 37.5 hrs/wk
  • Elementary school caseload

Must have: Wisconsin license, fast internet speeds, DPI certification, ASHA certification, at least 3-5 yrs of recent school based experience

As a tele-therapist, you have the flexibility of creating your own schedule, working from home, and ability to use your creativity with the students. You will be guaranteed a minimum amount of hours per week and be able to bill for all paperwork, meeting time, and preparation work.  

Please apply below with resume and references to schedule a tech screen and interview to see if you are the right fit for the job. 

Rebecca Brown
Senior Director of Educational Resources
ProCare Therapy
Local: (770) 325-0308
Fax: (866) 360-5109


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