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About This Role

Are you ready to make a difference? Come work with Parallel! We’re searching for an experienced Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) to join our team! Our ideal candidate has a passion for supporting families and children with learning differences by ensuring they receive the best care and tools for success. Does this sound like you? Read on to learn more!

Why Join Us?

Parallel makes it easy to administer quality care! By taking care of the daily hassles of running a business, we empower you to focus on providing services. We provide:

  • Easy Scheduling through our in-house scheduling system
  • Templates & Databases so you can spend less time on administrative tasks
  • Smart Matching to pair you with clients
  • Patient History & Eligibility information so you have the information you need
  • Billing & Insurance Services so you can focus on what matters
  • Testing Materials so you have the tools to succeed!
  • Innovation: Your feedback will help shape the program for providers and clients in the future!
  • Community Events: Collaborate with top clinicians and educators to solve acute problems
  • Growth: Access leadership and growth opportunities as we rapidly scale
  • A Great Mission: Directly contribute to bettering the lives of students across the country

What You’ll Do

  • Conduct SLP evaluations and provide direct SLP services to children
  • Collaborate with the clinical team to create a treatment plan or an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) for each child, including identifying specific SLP related goals
  • Monitor each child’s progress on an ongoing basis 
  • Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with parents, staff, and students on progress
  • Complete required documentation and data collection necessary for IEP reports, goals, and diagnostic evaluations
  • Meet regularly with teachers, paraprofessionals, and specialists to discuss individual students' modifications or adaptations, ongoing learning issues, interventions, or problems
  • Participate in team meetings and ongoing supervision and work collaboratively to ensure students' needs are met

What You’ll Need 

To succeed in this role, you’ll need:

  • ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP) 
  • State Licensure
  • 1 year of IEP directed therapy and evaluation experience in a school setting (CFY not included) 
  • Experience participating in IEP meetings, acting as a case manager, and completing educational eligibility determinations and comprehensive reports
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to communicate with children of different ages, from different cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds
  • Tech-savvy and experience with conducting tele-health services on virtual meeting platforms
  • A private workspace with a reliable computer, webcam, and secure internet connection
  • Availability during traditional school hours (8:00am-4:00pm) and days (Monday-Friday) - Minimum availability of 15 hours per week 

Parallel is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate against applicants or employees and ensures equal employment opportunity for all persons regardless of their race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, national origin, age, marital status, disability, citizenship, military or veterans’ status, or any other classifications protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. Parallel’s equal opportunity policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including but not limited to recruiting, hiring, training, promotion, job benefits and pay.

The range added below are for Illinois-based hires only and will be commensurate with candidate experience. Pay ranges for candidates in other locations other than IL may differ. Pay range: $53-58 per hour. Rates refer to 1099 contract only; W2 and bilingual rates vary.

👋 About Us

Parallel is the first tech-forward provider of care for learning and thinking differences across the United States. We believe learning differences are parallel ways of thinking that should be celebrated! Our mission is to provide students with the resources and encouragement to succeed in the classroom and beyond. To us, this means helping them build confidence in their unique strengths and create strategies to work around their challenges. 

Parallel simplifies the process of getting support for learning differences by consolidating providers and resources on a single platform. We connect students with qualified professionals while significantly reducing waiting times, costs, and confusion. We provide a variety of services, including: 

  • Psychological Assessment & Therapy
  • Counseling
  • Speech-Language Therapy
  • Special Education
  • And more!

Want to know what it's like working here? Check out our Glassdoor reviews!

Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion

At Parallel, we believe in celebrating differences. This belief extends from schools into our workplace and through the ways we work together toward our mission. We are committed to fostering a diverse, accessible environment that represents many different cultures, backgrounds, viewpoints, and abilities by championing diversity, equity and inclusion.

This is why we are committed to having and fostering a diverse workforce, including those from historically marginalized groups, and are committed to a work environment where employees’ strengths are championed, differences are celebrated, and no one is discriminated against based on age, race, ancestry, religion, sex, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital status, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, national origin, or any other characteristic.

We are a proud equal opportunity employer, and we are committed to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization in order to build the foundation for different learners and thinkers to thrive.

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