Dallas Speech Therapy Clinic Jobs
What makes Dallas Reading and Language Services a great place to work?
Our kids love coming to therapy, our therapists love coming to work, and our parents love the progress their kids are making.
We understand that the work our SLPs do changes children’s lives. That’s why we’ve created a culture and organizational systems that allow our SLPs and Assistants to focus on exactly that. If you want to be part of our team serving our community see our job descriptions below.
Current Job Openings
Email Resumes and cover letters for current job openings to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “SLP resume” or “SLP-A Resume”
We are currently looking for Part time and PRN speech therapists to work During peak times, usually in the after school hours (from 4-7 or 8) two days a week.
We are NOT currently hiring for the below positions
We are always accepting resumes to review as openings become available.
Full Time Speech Language Pathology Assistant
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What makes Dallas Reading and Language Services a great place For SLP-Assistants?
We understand that the work our team does changes children’s lives. It starts with a manageable workload. You can’t support the lead SLPs and help kids reach their goals, if you are stretched too thin.
We also provide complete back-office support so you can learn how to apply your clinical skills to their fullest and not be burdened with paperwork, insurance, and administrative headaches.
If you are an SLP- Assistant, have great interpersonal skills and an unwavering commitment to helping kids and your co-workers, Dallas Reading and Language Services is the place for you!
Ideal Candidate has:
- Bachelors Degree in Speech Pathology/Communication Sciences
- Current SLP Assistant License or Prerequisites to be a Licensed SLP-Assistant in TX
- 40 hours of availability for a 2-year contract within our office hours, which are 7AM – 7 PM Monday and Friday, 7AM – 8PM Tuesday and Thursday and Sat by appointment only.
- Exceptional communication skills
- A passion for working with children and their parents
- Ability and desire to work with children of all ages and disorders
- Creativity, flexibility, and willingness to learn new skills
- Bilingual in Spanish and English preferred, but not required
- Personal transportation to the clinic
- Assisting with writing and executing targeted treatment plans for children with various speech and reading disorders
- Supporting lead SLPs in planning for sessions and providing support as needed
- Assisting in diagnostic evaluations as necessary
- Assisting with the overall operation of the practice
- Contributing to a high-performing, collaborative office and team environment
- Paid time off + Holidays
- Health insurance: Choose between 3 BCBS gold and platinum plans.
- BCBS Dental coverage
- IRA with employer matching
- Profit sharing after three years
About Dallas Reading and Language Services
We are proud to be rated Best Speech Pathologists in Dallas by Expertise and Mom Approved by DFW Child for the past three years.
We are passionate about helping every single client build the skills they need to be successful in school and life. And we do that in a fun and supportive environment.
The goal at Dallas Reading and Language Services is always client graduation – not never-ending therapy and billable hours. It’s always bittersweet to say goodbye to a child, but the smile on their face when they’ve earned their Graduation Certificates is exactly why we became SLPs.
Or email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com with the subject “SLP Assistant Resume”
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