Mediscan

  • School Speech Language Pathologist

    Job Locations US-CA-Oakland
    Specialty
    SLP
  • Overview

    Mediscan is currently working with three local schools in the area that are in need of Speech Language Pathologists licensed in the state of California. Full and part time are available:

    • Full-time 40 hour per week position in an elementary school. Caseload is approximately 55 students. The campus includes mild-to-moderate self-contained classes. There is one day of SLPA support. There is also another SLP on site four days per week.
    • Full-time 40 hour per week position at another elementary school. Caseload is approximately 50 students in grades 3 through 5. The campus includes mild-to-moderate self-contained classes.
    • Part-time 24 hour per week position in a middle school. Caseload is approximately 40 students, with the majority of students receiving monthly consult services.

    California license and at least 3 months of pediatric experience are required

     

    Mediscan is a leading employer of educational-based Speech Language Pathologists. At Mediscan, we believe our role is more than just providing jobs. We have an amazing culture. We share knowledge, we learn and build consensus with our professionals so we can develop deep and collective strategies for career growth and development.

    We encourage multi-disciplinary interaction. SLP’s in their CFY are encouraged to apply! As an employee of Mediscan, you will have access to the best tools and resources available.

    • Medical, Dental, Vision Benefits
    • Continuing Education Reimbursements
    • Licensure Assistance
    • Company Paid Travel
    • Company Paid Housing
    • Weekly pay

    Requirements: Master’s Degree, applicable state license and required certifications


    If you are looking to take your career to the next level, submit your resume and cover letter to jeanetten@mediscan.net or call 813-448-5847

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