Speech-language Pathologist (SLP) *Double Sign On Bonus*

Description for Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)
Job Requirements
  • Master s Degree from an ASHA accredited university
  • State Licensure or eligible for State License
  • CCC or CFY
Job Details
  • 30-35hrs per week
  • Caseload TBD for elementary or middle school population
  • Clinical Manager Support (Mentorship and support)
  • First-Year Therapist Support Program (BLOOM)
  • Flexible schedule
  • Summer months off
  • Sign-on Bonus
  • Spending stipend
Job Responsibilities
  • Determining appropriate speech therapy treatment plans through documented evaluations and consultations.
  • Provide training on use of necessary speech therapy equipment as deemed appropriate.
  • Carefully transcribing all services provided by speech therapist in an effective and clear manner.
  • Striving for professional development and timely completion of duties.
  • Consistently providing only the highest quality of speech therapy service.
  • Maintaining an in-depth knowledge of all State regulations pertaining to the services provided.
Cobb Pediatric Benefits
  • Unlimited access to Cobb Connects, our proprietary platform for webinars, tools and resources
  • Free ASHA Certified Continuing Education and Professional Development
  • State Licensure fees and ASHA dues
  • Medical/Dental/Vision insurance
  • 401K with company match
  • Relocation Assistance
Company Profile
Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services is therapist owned and operated since 1989. We have been selected as a Top Workplace for 6 years and ranked #1 in Employee Appreciation. Learn more about how we have become the Company of Choice for school-based Speech Language Pathologist positions at www.cobbpediatric.com.

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