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AREA: Canfield, OH

TITLE: Speech Language Pathologist - School District

QUALIFICATIONS: The following qualifications are considered as guidelines:

  • Valid Ohio department of Education certificate/license as Speech-Language Pathologist.
  • Proficiency with computer applications, including Microsoft Office, Google Workspace, and software/programs.
  • Skills and abilities to write and speak effectively in both small and large group settings.
  • Abilities to promote positive internal and external customer relations, including creating effective interpersonal relationships and projecting a professional image.
  • Alternatives to the above as approved by the Governing Board.

DESCRIPTION: Candidates can learn more by cutting/pasting the below link into a new browser...   Position Title:             Speech Language Pathologist Category:                    Certified; Bargaining Unit eligible; FLSA exempt. Contract:                    Initial one-year contract; contract days as determined by the Governing Board; other terms and conditions of employment as per the CBA and/or Board Policy. Compensation:            Salary, insurance coverage, and fringe benefits as per the current Board adopted policies and schedules, with placement for granted education, experience, and responsibility. Education/Degree:      Master’s degree or higher in Speech Language Pathology or related field.  Alternatives may be approved by the Governing Board based on initial licensure. Supervises:                  N/A Reports to:                  Supervisor, Speech Language Pathology Job Goal:                    Working in cooperation with districts, supervisors, teachers, parents, and students, this position is responsible for enabling students to derive the fullest possible educational experience from school by accessing communication skills and providing intervention, consultation, and therapy as appropriate.

CONTACT: Steve Mines, HR Supervisor 330.533.8755 x-1081   ESC of Eastern Ohio 7320 N. Palmyra Road Canfield OH 44406

Expires: 2024-09-09

AREA: Union County, Ohio

TITLE: SLP - 1 Full Time or 2 Part-Time

QUALIFICATIONS: Ohio Board of SLP license in good standing, ASHA CCCs, ODE Pupil Services License or Registration and experience working in ideally, Ohio public schools. Preference given to those with a Medicaid Billing number or those who are willing to obtain one.

DESCRIPTION: Placement in a charming public school district in a rural hometown for preferably in-person services, but will consider hybrid or 100% virtual services, is waiting for you!! The district is just a peaceful drive north of Marysville and NW of Delaware. Columbus Area Speech Therapy takes pride in partnering again with a top-rated school system. Their staff and administration are renowned for their warm-hearted, friendly, and engaging approach. They value special education and collaborative intervention specialists, ensuring a supportive and inclusive work environment. You will carry a focused caseload in a private and well-equipped speech room. The cabinets are thoughtfully stocked with testing and therapy materials including a variety of books, ensuring you have everything you need to deliver exceptional care. The district has a well-structured management system, including for data collection, to support you in your role. The district offers a comprehensive onboarding process to ensure your success and a seamless experience. An experienced SLP with the district will be readily available to address any questions or provide additional support when needed. You will share the caseload with her and SLPs from the ESC who see the very needy students. If you're ready to be part of an exceptional team, positively impacting the lives of children in our close-knit community, apply now and let your passion for speech therapy shine with Columbus Area Speech Therapy. Together, we can create lasting change and bring smiles to the faces of those we serve! Pay rate is $50/hr. and includes both direct and indirect services. If you return for a second year to this contract or another one, your pay rate will increase to $55/hour.  See to learn more about our small, therapist owned practice.

CONTACT: Jennifer Ujcich,

Expires: 2024-08-25

AREA: Loveland, Ohio

TITLE: Speech-Language Pathologist

QUALIFICATIONS: Masters in Speech-Language Pathology State of Ohio Licensure Ability to pass an FBI and background check

DESCRIPTION: Ohio Valley Voices is a 501C3 organization that teaches children who are deaf and hard of hearing how to listen and talk. Ohio Valley Voices is a dynamic organization that values collaboration and focuses on the individual needs of the child. The speech-language pathologist (listening and spoken language provider) is to instruct the child in language, speech, and auditory development at a level that allows the child to close the gap to their hearing peers. Specific duties include:

  • Plans and implement sessions in accordance with the approved curriculum
  • Plans a program that meets the needs of the child and provide experiences to challenge each child
  • Attends weekly staff meetings and weekly individual meetings
  • Completes daily lesson plans and maintain a lesson plan binder
  • Communicates with parents regarding objectives and activities
  • Keeps accurate records and reflect progress in written progress reports
  • Collects spontaneous language samples of students
  • Arrange field trips
This is a 10 month contract that follows a school calendar. Ohio Valley Voices provides a therapeutic summer camp which is optional for hired employees who hold their CCCs. Opportunities to provide individual clinic-based summer therapy also exist. Ohio Valley Voices offers full medical, dental, and vision benefits, 10 paid-time off days in addition to spring and winter breaks and calendar holidays, continuing education opportunities, and a 401k after one year vestment in the organization.    

CONTACT: Molly Weber, M.A., CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVEd Associate Director

Expires: 2024-08-14

AREA: Perry, Ohio

TITLE: Speech Language Pathologist


  • Must be licensed by the State of Ohio and the Ohio Department of Education
  • Must have a Master’s Degree.
  • Must have at least 1-2 years of experience working with children with special needs (experience with children with autism preferred).
  • Must be CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Must have a valid OHIO driver’s license
  • Able to pass a background check through the FBI and the BCI

DESCRIPTION: Footprints Center for Autism is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing comprehensive, collaborative, and child-centered programming to individuals with autism. We are seeking a Speech-Language Pathologist who wants to join a close-knit, supportive team who are enthusiastic about working with children with special needs.       Essential Job Responsibilities

  • Providing high-quality direct individual and/or group speech-language therapy services to students according to students’ IEPs and program plans.
  • Conducting individual evaluations, analyzing results, and writing reports to determine strengths and concerns in areas of speech, voice, fluency, pragmatics, language, and oral motor skills.
  • Developing and implementing treatment plans and IEP goals for overall educational improvement.
  • Ensuring students’ skills are generalized across all settings by consulting and collaborating with all FCA staff and parents.
  • Completing treatment notes and progress reports in a timely manner and according to FCA policy.
  • Managing a detailed log of service provided and services missed due to student or therapist absences.
  • Maintaining appropriate, confidential, records and provide timely reports.
  • Observes and evaluates the performance of those assisting in the child’s individualized programming and provides guidance as necessary.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Paid time off
  • 403b with Match
  • 13 paid holidays
  • Speech Language Pathology License
  • CPR Certification
  • Pediatrics
  • Master's degree
Job details Salary $30 - $34 an hour Job Type Full-time Shift and Schedule Monday to Friday

CONTACT: Footprints Center for Autism 4261-A Manchester Road, Perry, Ohio 44081 440/259-3726 Lisa D. Miles Human Resources Manager

Expires: 2024-08-13

AREA: Athens, Ohio

TITLE: Speech-Language Pathologist


  • Current Ohio Speech & Hearing Professionals Board licensure as a Speech-Language Pathologist and Ohio Department of Education Pupil Services Licensure.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills with ability to work and communicate effectively with a diverse mix of professionals, students, parents and other constituents.
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Knowledge of developmental disabilities, behavior management and teaching strongly preferred.
  • Possess good observational skills coupled with the ability to define problems, collect and analyze data and patterns, and draw valid conclusions.
  • Must be familiar with or have experience using low- and high-tech communication devices/Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC)
  • Valid driver's license.

DESCRIPTION: Beacon School is a special educational service provider for five local school districts in Athens County.  School age programming is tailored to meet the needs of students age 5-21 with focus in the areas of functional academics, prevocational instruction, socialization, daily living skills, adaptive physical education, fine/gross motor skills, and recreation/leisure.  We seek a Speech and Language Pathologist dedicated to enhancing the lives of children with exceptional needs and with a passion for serving a population diverse in social, educational and economic backgrounds and levels.

  • Assess and treat speech, language, cognition, swallowing disorders and social skills of program enrollees. Provide therapy individually or in small groups and in a variety of settings as prescribed in the Individual Education Plan (IEP).  Develop IEP goals, document progress and take appropriate data while ensuring appropriate therapy support throughout the school environment.
  • Research and procure appropriate equipment, supplies, materials, and instruments for implementing programs.
  • Conduct and utilize research; attend workshops, and seminars, to remain current on communication therapy.
  • Participate as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team in recommending appropriate interventions, including the need for direct therapy, informal consultation, and/or referral to community practitioners. Provide staff and parent training/consultation to implement appropriate communication strategies.
  • Prepare and maintain documentation, written and electronic.
  • Assume other duties as assigned by supervisor and/or administration.

CONTACT: Applications will be accepted until position is filled; for full consideration, please apply by May 31, 2024.  To apply, send a cover letter, resume and list of at least three professional references to or complete an application at Beacon School, 801 W Union St, Athens, OH 45701.

Expires: 2024-08-13

AREA: Athens, Ohio

TITLE: Speech Pathology Clinical Fellow


Successful candidates will:
  • possess Master’sDegree in a Communication Sciences and Disorders from an accredited institution and be CF eligible
  • demonstrate a passion for Autism, neurodiversity, and AAC (specifically LAMP Words for Life); training will be provided
  • possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, including asking questions and discussing evidence-based research
  • have the ability to clearly communicate with clients, their caregivers, and supervising SLP
  • have excellent attention to detail regarding session notes and report submission
  • have an analytical mind, ask thoughtful questions, and can receive critical feedback maturely and professionally
  • must embrace neurodiversity embracing paradigms
  • provide three professional references


Responsibilities under the supervision of an ASHA-certified and state-licensed Speech Language Pathologist include, but are not limited to:
    • screening, diagnosing and providing treatment to children birth to 21 years old with communication, feeding, and cognitive delays in a variety of settings
    • participate in animal-assisted therapy and outdoor activities
    • participate in co-treats, field trips, group therapy, camps, and individual therapy
    • prepare materials/activities for therapy sessions
    • accurate record-keeping for CF skills
    • meet physical demands which may require lifting heavy objects, frequent hiking, and some climbing

CONTACT: Stephannie Brajot, MA, CCC-SLP 740-247-5454


Expires: 2024-07-15

AREA: Plain City, Ohio

TITLE: Speech Language Pathologist


Masters Degree in Speech / Language Pathology

  • Certification as Speech / Language Pathologist from the Ohio Board of Speech and Language Pathology and Audiology

  • School Speech and language Pathologist License from the Ohio Department of Education and Workforce

  • Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Superintendent and/or Board of Education may find appropriate



1.01 Assists in observing, describing and referring students with suspected speech and language 


1.02 Assessment and diagnosis of speech, voice and language impairments

1.03 Screen children to identify speech delays at regular intervals

1.04 Serve as member of MTSS Team, IEP and ETR teams

1.05 Perform hearing screenings for all referred students

1.06 Prepare and implement lesson plans based on IEP goals

1.07 Collaborate with parents to provide information and support including notification if a student is not 

meeting goals/objectives.

1.08 Provide carryover activities to classrooms and homes

1.09  Complete and interpret appropriate documents and reports as directed by supervisor

            1.10 Schedule, conduct and/ or participate in ETR and IEP meetings, as appropriate (e.g. schedule and 

conduct as case manager, participate as related service provider) 

1.11  Adhere to law, policies and procedures for special education services

1.12 Develop, coordinate and maintain daily schedule of services as indicated on IEPs

1.13 Refer

CONTACT: Becky Krall, Director of Student Services

Expires: 2024-07-11

AREA: Northeast Ohio

TITLE: Speech Language Pathologist - School Based


What is Required to be a Speech Language Pathologist at PSI

  • Speech-Language Pathologist license issued by Ohio Speech and Hearing Professionals Board (required)
  • Master's degree (required)

DESCRIPTION: Life is too short not to love what you do! At PSI, we believe in the power of waking up excited to make a difference in a child's life. If you're ready to feel confident and fulfilled in your work, then you've come to the right place. We have an immediate opening for a passionate Speech Language Pathologist who loves working with children and wants to have a positive impact on families in their community. Join our team to help serve children with educational and developmental needs on the east side of Cleveland. At PSI, we value innovation and creativity. We want you to have the freedom to design a position that works for you, providing the flexibility you've been looking for. Let us help you create the perfect work-life balance. Join PSI today and discover why we've been recognized as a Cleveland Plain Dealer Top Workplace since 2016. Your journey to a rewarding and fulfilling career starts here!  

A day in the life of a Speech Language Pathologist

As a Speech Language Pathologist, you deliver high-quality and dynamic therapy across educational settings. You evaluate children across grade bands in order to obtain the information necessary for intervention planning, consultation, and to develop instructional plans that help meet the functional and educational needs of each child served. The children we serve face a variety of developmental, educational, and speech and language challenges they are working to overcome. You use your Speech Language Pathologist expertise to improve the lives of children in ways that are enjoyable and rewarding!


Benefits offered by PSI

  • Competitive salary.
  • Professional devel

    CONTACT: Katie Breen Educational Recruiter PSI Solutions (330) 888-8977

    Expires: 2024-07-02

AREA: Carroll Ohio

TITLE: Speech/Language Pathologist

QUALIFICATIONS: Valid state department of education license/certificate as determined at the time of appointment or pupil services registration with the SBOE. Holds a valid state board of speech-language pathology and audiology license.

  • Adheres to the Licensure Code of Professional Conduct for Ohio Educators.
  • Anticipates time constraints.  Manages tasks efficiently to meet deadlines.
  • Complies with drug-free workplace rules, board policies and administrative guidelines/procedures.
  • Embodies high ethical standards/integrity.  Accepts personal responsibility for decisions/conduct.
  • Exhibits consistent, impartial and resourceful decision-making skills.  Interprets information accurately.  Evaluates options thoroughly.  Develops reasonable solutions to resolve issues.
  • Maintains a record free of criminal violations that would prohibit public school employment.
  • Meets all mandated health screening requirements.

DESCRIPTION: Bloom-Carroll Local School District.  Full-time position, 185 days per year, beginning with the 2024-2025 school year. Complete job description is available in the online application at: APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 19, 2024

CONTACT: Barry Ward, Director of Special Education Apply online at APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 19, 2024

Expires: 2024-06-25

AREA: Columbus, Ohio

TITLE: Speech Language Pathologist - Full and Part Time Opportunities


  • Valid state license to practice as a Speech Pathologist issued by the Ohio Speech and Hearing Professionals Board
  • Valid Pupil Services License/Certificate issued by the Ohio Department of Education
  • Master’s Degree or equivalent
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence
  • Documentation of a clear criminal record
  • Complies with drug-free workplace rules and board policies

DESCRIPTION: Provides for the identification, diagnosis, and remediation of communication disorders, enabling students to progress in their educational program.

  • Evaluates students as a part of the multifactored evaluation process in the areas of articulation, phonology, language, voice, fluency, pragmatics, and other related areas.
  • Assists with the development of the individualized education program (IEP) for students.
  • Plans and implements therapy programs for identified students, develops a therapy schedule, participates in team meetings, conferences, etc.
  • Incorporates and promotes instructional, assistive, augmentative and other types of technology; and upholds the acceptable use policy.
  • Utilizes appropriate assessment, data collection and progress monitoring methods to assess academic and social performance and to inform instruction and progress.
  • Consults with parents, school personnel and outside agencies, as appropriate; provide families with techniques to assist with therapeutic interventions at home.
  • Participates in professional growth activities through staff development, workshops, inservices and higher education.
  • Upholds board policies, follows administrative guidelines, complies with Federal and state laws, model policies and procedures, rules and regulations for the education of students with disabilities. Ensures paperwork is accurate, all timelines and deadlines are met (annual reviews, progress reports, etc.), strictly adheres to HIPPA and FERPA, respects personal privacy and maintains confidentiality of privileged information.
  • Maintains high ethical standards, exhibits professionalism, self-control, flexibility, satisfactory attendance/punctuality, dependability, accepts responsibility for decisions and conduct, promotes a favorable image of the Agency, etc.).
  • Adapts to unique circumstances and factors such as travel, extended hours, student behaviors, interactions with aggressive/disruptive individuals, etc.

CONTACT: Educational Service Center of Central Ohio Sheila Damren 614.542.4142

Expires: 2024-08-24