209-334-0830 info@staspeech.com

Careers for Speech & Language Professionals

Consider a rewarding career with Speech Therapy Associates!

We Offer…

Personal Satisfaction:

Focus on doing what you love, helping others communicate better.

Reasonable caseloads:

Speech Therapy Associates provides direct support for caseload management.

Professional & caring support:

Our supervisors are licensed, experienced SLP’s. Excellence in speech therapy is our passion, and we’re here to support you.

Flexibility:

Want to work full-time? Part-time? Close to home? We work to place our SLPs in school districts or private settings which best meet your situation.

Compensation:

Our SLPs are among the best paid in the industry. We are always looking for highly qualified Speech-Language Pathologists and Speech-Language Pathology Assistants!

Call, email, or fax your resume today!

Phone: 209-334-0830
Fax: 209-334-0860
speechtherapyassoc@gmail.com

Speech-Language Pathologists provide assessment, treatment, and consultation services to all ages experiencing speech, language, voice, fluency, and social language difficulties. Services are provided on-site in our Lodi and Jackson offices, and within public and private schools located in the Central Valley and Foothills. CFY’s are encouraged to apply. A positive and energetic work style is essential!

 

Speech-Language Pathology Assistants are a very important part of the team at Speech Therapy Associates. Our SLPSAs provide therapy, under the guidance of a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist for all ages in a school or clinic setting. SPLAs must be ready to learn and make a difference in kids’ lives!

Credentials: Speech pathologist are required to have a master’s degree or doctorate in their specialty, as well as a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) earned by working under supervision.

Licensure: Individuals wishing to practice speech-language pathology or audiology in the state of California must pass a National Examination in Speech-Language Pathology and obtain a license from the state Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Board (SLPAB).