School Based SLP and Bilingual SLP (Speech-Language Pathologists)

Employer
The Columbus Organization
Location
Baltimore, MD
Posted
Apr 20, 2017
Closes
Apr 21, 2017
Function
Accountant, IT
Industry
Healthcare
Hours
Full Time
School Based SLP and Bilingual SLP Opportunities BaltimoreGreat Job Great Pay Great People! The Columbus Organization is expanding its team of School-based Speech-Language Pathologists in Baltimore, MD. Immediate full time opportunities for SLP-CFY, SLP-CCC and Bilingual SLPs, Come join our exceptional team of speech language pathologists that are making a difference in the lives of Baltimore children! Positions are a combination of school based positions (elementary, middle and high school), head starts and home base early intervention work. SLPs who have skills/experience with students with autism, intellectual disability, emotional disability, students who have hearing impairments/deaf (ASL skills needed), students who use augmentative communication devices or students who are ELL (English Language Learners) are highly desired. Excellent salary plus full comprehensive benefits package which includes: medical insurance, prescription card, vision plan, dental insurance, $50,000 life insurance, short/long term disability, 401k retirement plan with employer contribution, $1000 continuing education allowance, $250 materials/supplies allowance, and reimbursement for licensure/certification. RequirementsMaster Degree in Speech-Language PathologyCandidate must be licensed in the State of Maryland or eligible for licensurePediatric or School Experience A PlusAbility To Excel In A Team Environment and well organized If interested please submit resume to recruit@columbusorg.com or call Deb Juliano, Director of Recruitment, at 1-800-229-5116 extension 111 for further information. Company Description: Columbus is the nations leading provider of on-site professional staffing and consultative services, focusing exclusively on agencies that serve individuals with special needs. Since 1984, Columbus has assisted more than 140 state and local agencies in 44 states to help solve staffing and programmatic problems. Its founding mission was to make a difference in the lives of people with special needs and its guiding principle has been to provide high-quality services in a manner that maintains the dignity and privacy of the consumers and families served.