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speech language pathologist

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Guaranteed Pay/Guaranteed Hours (NOT FEDERAL)

 

ASAP Search Inc. - Healthcare Staffing Specialists is now accepting applications for a Full-Time Speech Language Pathologist to work with our Correctional client in Stockton, CA.  Our clients operates an intermediate medical and mental health care facility for patient-inmates within the California state prison system. Stockton is 45 miles east of Sacramento and is accessible from many Sacramento area communities, including family-friendly Elk Grove.  

 

Full-time contract SLP needed to work Monday through Friday, 8A-4P for 6 months minimum.  No weekends or holidays.

 

The SLP will provide services within the scope of practice for a Speech Pathologist, such as identification, diagnosis, consultation, and treatment of speech, language, oral and pharyngeal sensor motor dysfunction and cognitive rehabilitation.

 

The ideal candidate must be able to clear background quickly for a fast start and has a minimum of 1-year experience within the last 3 years. 

 

Serious candidates please forward a copy of your resume or CV, CA SLP license, CPR/BLS certification and 2 letters of recommendation or professional references.

Contact Ken or Kim: 951-677-1026 or Toll Free: 866-312-ASAP
kking@asapsearch.net
www.asapsearch.net

 

About the Company                         

 

ASAP Search furnishes personnel to perform a range of medical, mental health, dental, pharmacy, nursing, rehabilitative and other healthcare staffing services in support of the operations of government and commercial facilities, including its largest clients, the California Department of State Hospitals and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. ASAP Search has experience in providing its services in rural areas of California where many state facilities are located and healthcare professionals are not readily available.