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Foundation Therapy Services: Speech-Language Pathologist

 2 Full Time SLP Positions are being added to our team. 

Join a team of multidisciplinary clinicians who work together to provide therapy services to the pediatric and young adult populations. Foundation Therapy Services is a pediatric speech-language and occupational therapy clinic in Bozeman, MT. Last year we were awarded, the 2022 Woman-Owned Business Of The Year for the State of Montana by the Small Business Administration and look forward to continued success with our growing team! We are building a new clinic in Bozeman that will be finished in spring of 2024. 

We are looking for self motivated, proactive and engaging speech language pathologists to share their talents with our therapy practice! The best person for this position should be able to work independently as well as in a team, maintain a pleasant work environment, communicate well with families and community stake holders and enjoy the pediatric and young adult population. This is a great opportunity to be part of an exciting and growing team that work well together. We cannot wait to learn more about you! 

Candidates need to have their masters degree in speech language pathology from an ASHA certified program, with their current CCC and License in the state of Montana to practice. Clinicians starting their CFY need proof of graduation from their accredited program. Candidates are currently being scheduled for interviews and positions are open until filled. For further information and description of the position please do not hesitate to reach out.

Job Type: Full-time/part time 


• Clinical Fellow with diploma from an ASHA accredited program

• Masters degree in speech language pathology with current CCC 

• Holds license to practice in the state of Montana Foundation Therapy Services Offers: 

• Pay is competitive, based on experience 

• Competitive pay with a clock-in/out model with guaranteed hrs 

• Employee (W2) • Health Insurance options • Dental and vision options 

• 401K • Meaningful work-life balance with flexible working schedules 

• Access to free online CEUs, professional development assistance 

• Opportunities for professional growth in areas of interest 

• Additional job titles accepted - Speech Language Pathologist, SLP, Speech Therapist, Pathologist, SLP Clinical Fellow, SLP CF. Speech-Language

To apply contact: Angie Matsen 406-581-8440,



Rock Creek Teletherapy has openings for Speech Language Pathologists!  We are a Billings based practice with options for hybrid therapy (telepractice with in person options). 

Why we are different:

  • We are a therapist focused practice- therapists needs come first.

  • One on one relationship provides greater understanding of your unique needs. 

  • Personalized attention.  Training, mentoring, access to online speech assessments, hundreds of tele-activities provided, on an award-winning platform.

  • Competitive pay.

  • Therapist owned company that offers better flexibility for the days and hours that work for you!

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 

  • Assess and treat students with speech, language, voice and fluency disorders. 

  • Participate in team meetings for the identification of students with disabilities and the development of IEPS and implement provisions of IEPs accommodations for students.

  • Develop and maintain a positive and professional working relationship with staff, administration, students and parents along with maintaining confidentiality of information.

  • Administer and evaluate hearing and speech/language tests or examinations to students along with developing and implementing treatment plans for problems. 

Overall qualifications include:

  • Prefer a minimum of one-two years of school-based experience. Will consider experience with school, graduate placements.

  • Understanding of Special Education, including processes, programs/services, legal requirements, and fostering the development of student growth through effective practices. 

  • Demonstrated outstanding organizational and communication skills.

  • Master’s degree in communication Disorders and ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence.

For further information and/or to submit an application, please go to our website: or submit resume at email:



Speech Language Pathologist (FT/PT Hourly)

Company: Presence

Job Description

Remote Speech Therapist
-Administer school-based evaluations and IEP-directed therapy services
-Provide timely documentation, session notes, and ongoing communication with teachers, parents of your students
-Provide IEP evaluation, creation, and maintenance in accordance with school and district timelines

Have you considered working in a different time zone while supplementing? Presence assists in the recommendation and licensing process

-Flexible scheduling
-Support for cross licensing
-Perks program
-Unrivaled online therapy platform to streamline workflow, access online assessments and curated session materials
-Access to online speech-language assessments, including online versions of the CELF®-5, GFTA-3, PPVT-4, EVT-3, CASL-2, and more
-Clinical workshops tailored to your developmental needs
-Access to continuing education courses at no cost
-Clinical experts to guide you in serving students

-Valid state license and or Department of Education credentials
-Accredited MS in Speech-Language Pathology
-Current ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP)
-1 year of school based experience, including Clinical Fellowship Year, or 2 years of clinical experience, including Clinical Fellowship Year, providing therapy and evaluation services
-Strong communication and relationship building skills

Apply here:



Title of Position:  Speech-Language Pathologist

Position Description & Relevant Qualifications:

Northcentral Learning Resource Center (NCLRC) is seeking a Speech Language Pathologist for the 2023-2024 school year. This is advertised as full-time (185 contracted work days), but those interested in a part-time position are encouraged to apply. NCLRC offers competitive wages based on experience and a comprehensive benefits package to include: a retirement plan, sick and personal leave, health insurance plan with dental and vision options, cell phone reimbursement, yearly training allowance, and much more! Applicants must hold or be eligible for a valid MT licensure and have a Master's Degree or equivalent in Speech-Language Pathology. Applicants must be willing to travel short distances and have a valid driver's license, proof of insurance, and reliable transportation. Please complete the online application and submit it, along with a letter of interest, current resume, and college transcripts, to Northcentral Learning Resource Center at the address listed in the job posting. Applications can be accessed at

Contact Information:

Jenny Reeves,

NCLRC Special Education Director


1601 2nd Ave North #234, Great Falls, MT 59401



Title of Position:  Speech-Language Pathologist


POSITION: Licensed SLP in the state of Montana for the 2023-2024 school year. QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist in the State of Montana CCC-SLP Preferred SALARY: DOE Prairie View Special Services Cooperative is seeking a positive, vibrant SLP to join our team. PVSS is a progressive special education cooperative located in Eastern Montana, with headquarters in Glendive. Our team of professionals provide special education and related services to rural schools in the counties of Dawson, McCone, Prairie, Richland and Wibaux. In this position you will provide speech-language screening, evaluation and intervention, as well as supervision of skilled speech paraprofessionals. You will collaborate with families and colleagues including teachers, administrators, special educators, paraeducators, school psychologists, occupational and physical therapists, and audiologists. You will enjoy benefits which include a laptop, iPad, cooperative vehicle, health insurance, Teachers Retirement System, and professional development opportunities. You will particularly enjoy a flexible schedule. Independent contracting will be considered. Prairie View’s central office is located in the scenic badlands of Eastern Montana, with a population of approximately 6,000 in Dawson County. This area has many recreational activities from which to choose, including boating, camping, fishing, hiking, golf and hunting. We are minutes away from Makoshika State Park and the Yellowstone River.


Coordinator: Pamela Pettigrew Phone: 406-377-5446

Cell: 406-9391036 Email:


Address: Prairie View Special Services, 30 Hwy 200 S., Glendive, MT 59330



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