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Join Our Team as a Speech Language Pathologist Assistant (SLPA) at Speech Improvement Center.

We’re seeking a dedicated Speech Language Pathologist Assistant (SLPA) to join our team for the 2024-2025 school year! This will be a contract position at a school setting along with the option of working at our private practice.

At Speech Improvement Center, we are striving to provide exceptional results-orientated care for our patients and their families!


  • Therapy Sessions: Conduct speech-language therapy sessions to students in accordance with the IEP goals under the supervision of the SLP.
  • Small Group Sessions: Conduct individual or small group therapy sessions.
  • Progress Monitoring: Provide regular progress updates to the supervising SLP and maintain thorough documentation of student progress.


  • Flexible Hours: Full time and part time positions available.
  • Competitive Compensation: Competitive salary range of $30-40 per hour.
  • Manageable Caseload: We guarantee a reasonable caseload, allowing you to focus on providing quality care.
  • Materials Provided: Access to necessary materials and supplies for therapy sessions.
  • Benefits: Health, vision, dental, 401K, PTO, referral bonus and etc…
  • Professional Development: Benefit from continuing education opportunities as well as training programs to enhance your skills and grow in your career.


  • Licensure: Valid California state licensure as a Speech Language Pathologist Assistant (SLPA).

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