Speech-Language Pathologist | Utah

Bilingual Therapies Salt Lake City , UT 84101

Posted 4 weeks ago

If you're a Speech-Language Pathologist (bilingual or monolingual) in the market for a onsite/TeleTherapy position, we have an opening in Utah. If you don't have TelePractice experience, that's okay! We provide clinical and technical training before you get started!


Minimum Qualifications and

Requirements:
  • Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology

  • ASHA Certification (CCC-SLP)

  • Currently licensed as an SLP in the state you are assigned to work in or ability to be licensed

  • Out of state SLPs must be licensed in the state they reside in as well

  • Ability to apply for a Teaching Certification if school requires

  • Bilingual or monolingual

  • We offer independent contracts for TeleTherapy and Liability Insurance is required

Benefits of doing TeleTherapy with us:

  • Free Training

  • 24/7 Tech Team Support

  • Competitive Hourly Rates

  • Weekly Pay Check

This position is high in demand and can get filled very quickly. Apply immediately if interested by submitting a copy of your updated resume to Leia.Gahol@BilingualTherapies.com.

Want to speed up the process? Call me directly at (770) 799-2970 to schedule an interview.

If this position is not for you, refer a qualified candidate for a chance to receive a bonus from us!

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled


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