Child In Speech Therapy

SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY ASSISTANTS

SLPA - Speech Language Pathology Assistants... we want you!!

Are you a Speech Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) who is looking for PART-TIME or FULL-TIME work in a great PRIVATE PEDIATRIC CLINIC?

We would love to talk with you TODAY.


Are you looking for a job where you can grow while enjoying a flexible schedule?


Consider joining our team at It Takes THE VILLAGE!

ABOUT THE VILLAGE

We are a therapeutic community for families needing extra help.

We work together with children and families in our collaborative and innovative clinical, community, and school settings.

We are a private team of therapists (Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists, Counselors, and Behavioral Therapists) who will work with you to build a job that you love.

Count on easily accessible and experienced Speech Therapy Supervisor and team for Collaboration.


THE POSITION
This is a part-time position to start, with the option for more hours as your caseload increases.

Together, we can grow a position that works for you.

This can be a great opportunity for a SLPA to supplement the work they may already be doing in a school-based position with the afternoon hours that we have here.

Availability to work at least 3 afternoons per week is essential, but the total desired amount of hours per week is negotiable. 

We are quite flexible.

We provide a great working environment along with flexible schedules that create a better work/life balance.

Must be able to comply with California Public Health Order requirements for health care workers to provide proof of COVID Vaccination.

Please contact us ASAP, send your resume, and describe your experiences.

Learn more about us on our website: www.ItTakesTHEVILLAGE.com


JOB TYPES
Part-Time, Full-Time


PAY 
From $28 DOE


COVID-19 CONSIDERATIONS
We are taking all precautions recommended by the CDC and CA Department of Public Health. Safety is a priority.

EEOE

** We are an equal opportunity employer and considers all qualified applicants equally without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or disability status.