Pediatric Developmental Services in Lake County, FL is seeking to hire full-time Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) / Speech Therapists to ensure the children in the school you are assigned are given the right speech therapy services. Do you enjoy working with children in a school setting? Would you like to improve the lives of students through exceptional speech therapy? If so, this may be the Speech Therapist position for you!
This speech-language therapy position comes with a competitive salary and generous benefits. Our benefits include health insurance with a company contribution, stipend, license reimbursement, retirement account with company matching, and unlimited CEUs. If this sounds like the speech therapy opportunity for you, apply today!
ABOUT PEDIATRIC DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES
Pediatric Developmental Services (PDS) provides the nation's public school districts, charter schools, and communities at large with highly qualified pediatric therapists, including speech, occupational, and physical therapists. At PDS, we want to make a difference in the lives of children. From finding and training the best pediatric therapists to partnering them with the right schools and clinics in need, PDS supports win-win initiatives for all. From speech-language therapy to school psychology, our children deserve the best care possible, and at PDS, we make that happen.
For every therapist that works for us, we offer real support and a tailored mentorship program. We know that they are essential in our mission to make a difference in the lives of children. This is why we also offer competitive compensation and great benefits.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST / SPEECH THERAPIST
As a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) / Speech Therapist, you spend most of your day utilizing your excellent communication skills as you interact with a diverse population of students, teachers, specialists, parents, and colleagues to improve the lives of the children you work with. You provide high-quality speech-language therapy services to students based on their IEPs/504 plans. Conducting evaluations, assessments, analyzing results, and writing reports, you determine the strengths and areas of concern in speech, voice, fluency, pragmatics, language, and oral motor skills.
In order to support students in their overall educational improvement, you assist in developing treatment plans (IEPs/504 plans). Helping students become successful in a school setting and beyond through speech-language therapy, is meaningful work that builds a rewarding career. Plus, boredom is never a factor because no two days are alike and every student is unique. As an SLP, you love being able to work with these exceptional students and aid them in their success.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR A SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST / SPEECH THERAPIST
- Master's degree in speech-language or communication disorders
- State licensure
- ASHA certified
Do you have strong communication skills? Are you self-motivated? Are you patient and willing to problem solve? Can you easily connect with children and their parents? If so, you may be perfect for this speech therapy position!
ARE YOU READY TO JOIN OUR TEAM?
If you feel that would be right for this SLP position, please fill out our initial 3-minute, mobile-friendly application so that we can review your information. We look forward to meeting you!