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July Top Job: Speech Language Pathologist Needed in Alabama

If you live in Alabama (or you’ve ever wanted to move to the lovely Yellowhammer State), and if you’re a licensed speech language pathologist (SLP), check out this terrific travel opportunity at one of MedPro Healthcare Staffing’s top healthcare clients.

In this position, you’ll be providing expert speech therapy services and interventions, in accord with the treatment orders created for your patients’ by their physicians. You’ll also assess your patients’ needs, and will evaluate/modify/create treatment plans for your patients in order to meet the goals of speech therapy interventions.

You will be setting realistic as well as achievable goals for your patients so that they may develop – or regain – reliable communication and/or swallowing skills so that they will achieve their social, educational and vocational roles.

You’ll need to have a current Alabama license as an SLP, or be actively in the process of applying for licensure (we can help you with that).

You’ll also need to be up to date in your CPR certification and you must have CCCs.

As a MedPro traveler, you’ll receive group health insurance benefits via Aetna as well as company-paid disability and life insurance. You’ll also receive full reimbursement for travel to your assignment city and even licensure assistance and reimbursement.

If you’d like to learn more about the specific Alabama city for this assignment, contact a MedPro recruiter.

A bit about Alabama: nestled between Georgia (to the east) and Mississippi (to the west), Alabama offers visitors the Gulf Coast for swimming, sunning, boating, and sailing in the southern region; mountains (the Appalachians) to camp in and wilderness areas to explore in the northern part of the state. Central Alabama provides rivers and lakes for canoeing and fishing.

If you love the outdoors, Alabama will not disappoint. If you love to golf, you can pretty much do it year round (Alabama’s climate tends to the humid subtropical, with warm/hot and sticky summers and mild winters).

There’s a song titled “Sweet Home Alabama” and it did not come about from nowhere – Alabama is known the world over for its extreme Southern hospitality. Alabama residents are notoriously friendly and helpful and quite proud of their home state, happy to tell you the best places to eat, hunt, fish, explore, and head out for a night on the town.

Does this sound enticing? Are you an experienced speech language pathologist? Then it’s time to, apply for this great job opportunity or to send your resume to a MedPro Healthcare Staffing recruiter! What are you waiting for!?