Speech Language Pathologist

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Bi-lingual Speech Language Pathologist (SLP/CCC) Full-time School-based Job in Central Texas


Experience the difference with the Mediscan Team!

We are growing again!  Mediscan is currently seeking to employ a full time SLP for a job in Central Texas.


This school location is just outside of Temple, Texas.   


The district would prefer that the Speech Therapist be bi-lingual, Spanish/English. But they are willing to interview solid candidates that are not bi-lingual.


The qualified SLP will be working full time hours, Monday through Friday.   


Previous school-based experience or strong Pediatrics is required in order to qualify.


The qualified candidate will be supervising to Speech Assistants.


Texas license/certification is required.  


Master’s degree in Speech is required. 


Interviews are being conducted on a daily basis. For immediate consideration, submit a cover letter and resume to Sherry Crews at

Mediscan is a leading employer of educational-based SLPs in locations throughout the US.  At Mediscan, we believe our role is more than just finding you a job. You will find our culture refreshing, supportive and inspiring. We share knowledge.  We learn and build consensus with our professionals so we can develop significant and comprehensive strategies for individual career growth and development.


All Mediscan professionals have access to an extraordinarily talented Clinical Director with 20+ years of experience in the field.  We encourage multi-disciplinary interaction, have a fantastic resource library and offer continuing education in addition to a full benefits package. Relocation and company paid housing are available to those who are in a position to travel.

The first step to exploring an SLP career with Mediscan is to forward a cover letter and updated resume to the email indicated above.


Sherry Crews

(813) 448-5849

Let’s make a difference together, one child at a time!



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