Speech Therapy

Speech Language Pathologist - Part Time

This position is for a part-time, clinic-based position.

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Part Time
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Florida, US

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Our Company

Language Link Therapy provides high quality; family focused pediatric therapy services for children of all ages. Our plans and goals are not only derived from clinical testing, rather a blend between our clinical assessments and the needs and desires of the child’s family, their community and educators. We believe that by working hand in hand with families, educators and other medical professionals we will provide a solid program that focuses on continuation of care and follow though outside our offices, with the ultimate goal of success!

Our Company: 

We are a family based, family focused therapy center that prides ourselves on being a leader in pediatric therapy. Our main office is located in Cooper City and our therapists are located across Florida.

Language Link Therapy is an Equal Opportunity Employer

About the Role

Speech Language Pathologists (SLP’s) are one of the most critical members of a child’s therapy team. They work one-on-one with patients to deliver the individualized, team focused treatment in locations that are natural to the patient, virtually or in the office setting.  Our SLP’s are top notch and have the ability to inspire, motivate and communicate efficiently with the patients entire care team, including family members, educators, or any other instrumental persons in the patient’s life. Our goal is for every employee to feel as part of our family and for every patient and their families to feel the same. This position is for a part-time, clinic-based position.

  • Evaluation of children from ages 3-18 (typical ages 3-8)
  • Meeting with parents for progress sessions
  • Provide one-on-one treatment
  • Communicate with other practitioners in patients care team
  • Assist caregivers with development and implementation of a home-based program to facilitate follow through
  • Properly document each session
  • Be a positive member of the center community 
  • Be punctual and responsible


  • Must have a commitment and enthusiasm to helping children and families 
  • Be reliable, efficient, and have a strong work ethic 
  • Masters Degree
  • Currently hold a Speech Language Pathologist license in the state of Florida
  • Experience working with children with special needs, e.g., autism or developmental delays is strongly preferred
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with children, families and colleagues 
  • Ability to work collaboratively as a therapy team member 
  • Ability to work well independently and seek assistance when needed Possess strong attention to detail for data collection
  • Organized, flexible, able to follow instructive guidance and willing to take constructive feedback
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills 
  • Able to maintain client confidentiality 
  • Record of success in previous positions as evidenced by excellent references 
  • Comfortable using technology

Compensation and Benefits

  • $40-50/hr per diem for treatment, depending on credential and experience 
  • Part-time position (10-20 hours/week) and mostly during the day.
  • Flexibility for those with children and family obligations 
  • Positive, supportive work environment

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