• Speech Language Pathologist

    Job Locations US-MD-Westover
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    Speech Language Pathologist - (SLP / CFY- OKAY)

    Mediscan is actively recruiting to fill a full time school-based year-round Speech Language Pathologist just south of the Salisbury, Maryland area.

    • This school-based SLP job is interviewing now for a NSY full time position that will be year round.
    • This school is seeking a full time SLP to provide pediatric services, veteran therapists will be compensated based on experience.


    Required Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in Speech and Communication
    • Maryland State Licensure/Certification
    • MD license and teaching Cert - • MD Child Abuse Clearance/MD Criminal History Clearance/FBI Clearance  
    • ASHA certification
    • Schools experience required; Pre-K preferred
    • Speech Language Pathology services you will provide:
    • Screen new students for Speech/Language disorders
    • Evaluate students referred with speech/language disorders to determine degree and severity
    • Provide Speech Therapy to students with a wide variety of disabilities
    • Complete appropriate paperwork following state guidelines
    • Attend IEP Meetings
    • Develop and maintain IEP, schedule and preside over IEP
    • Consult with Teachers
    • Work as a part of Special Ed team
    • Provide thorough and accurate documentation in a timely fashionIf you are in a position to travel, we will cover all expenses! Please call Helene Aylward for more information on this position. 
    • Mediscan Speech Language Therapists are passionate about helping students to improve communication which has a profound impact on a student’s ability to achieve academic success.  We place Speech Language Pathologists in Pediatric-based school positions throughout the country.  The majority of our positions are in public, private and charter schools, both full and part time.
    • Apply today! Join the Mediscan Team!


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