Speech-language pathologist at Presence

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Speech-language pathologist Presence. What you’ll do. . Provide speech-language teletherapy. Participate in IEP meetings. Complete comprehensive case reports. Exercise strong communication and relationship-building skills to collaborate with onsite school personnel and build rapport with students. . About you. . Active state license as an SLP. ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP). 1 year of school-based experience including a Clinical Fellowship Year, or 2 years of total clinical experience including a Clinical Fellowship Year. Schedule flexibility and interest in working across time zones. Owns a reliable personal computer . Working knowledge of technology, such as headphones and personal computers. . About Presence. . As a trusted partner and advocate for clinicians since 2009, we offer our large community of remote providers access to an award-winning platform, assessment and therapy materials, continuing education, and networking opportunities to help them succeed. Through ongoing, clinically-led career resources and support, we’re meeting the needs and creating career options for clinicians today—wherever they are.. . Let’s talk perks and benefits. . Flexible, remote scheduling . No-cost continuing education courses and clinical workshops tailored to your professional development. Access to the award-winning Presence platform, featuring curated session materials from top publishers like Highlights, SPARK Innovations and more . An extensive virtual library of speech-language assessments including online versions of the CELF®-5, GFTA-3, PPVT-4, EVT-3, CASL-2, and more. Designated clinical guidance . Cross-licensing support. . Just so you know. . All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunity guidelines. Our clinicians can choose to work as little as 5 hours per week or work up to 40: All availability will be considered within typical school-based hours. Compensation is $40-55 per hour. Pay rate is determined based on experience and market conditions. You’ll be paid for both direct and indirect time (Example: Indirect includes specific documentation, attending IEP meetings, and more)