Virtual Speech-Language Pathologist
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Virtual School Speech-Language Pathologist Job

VocoVision is currently arranging interviews for School Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) in school districts nationwide. This is a work from home, remote teletherapy position, allowing clinicians to provide services to students from the comfort of their own home. Without teletherapy and the amazing clinicians that utilize it, many of these students may not receive the services they need.

Job Description:

  • Full-time position (part-time applicants also encouraged to apply)
  • School speech therapy caseload includes K-12 students with mild to moderate cases
  • Responsible for planning and providing speech services to students with speech, voice, or language disorders


  • Master’s degree or higher in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Licensed Speech Therapist
  • At least 2 years in a school-based setting

VocoVision is the leading provider of teleservices to school districts nationwide with over 350+ school districts served and 1.6 million teletherapy sessions performed in the last 10 years.

Please apply today for this virtual school SLP job to help school districts and students in need.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract


  • Master's (Preferred)


  • Speech-Language Pathology License (Required)

Work Location: Remote

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Company Description
More than 10 years ago, we realized that there were thousands of students around the country not receiving the special education services they needed and we wanted to change that. Fast forward to today - we offer a national telehealth network that makes it possible for school districts to connect with highly qualified educators and therapists in any part of the country. VocoVision teleservice solutions empower students to experience the face-to-face connections they need to achieve their goals and go further than they ever imagined.
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  • Culture & Values
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  • Career Opportunities
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  • Work/Life Balance
    3.0 / 5
  • Senior Management
    2.4 / 5
Company reviews
"A scam"
Former EmployeeSpeech Language Pathologist
This company appears to be a scam. They are primarily a staffing agency that works very hard to recruit for jobs that may not even exist. They post multiple ads for the same job and place a different city location on the description. This is misleading for therapists. When interviewed via phone for an SLP teletherapy position, it was very clear the recruiter had absolutely NO CLUE what a speech therapist does or their role within a school. This company reflects so poorly from the start!

"Great Company"
Former EmployeeSpeech Language Pathologist
Management is very responsive and supportive to match employment opportunities and therapists. Nice orientation and training program prior to assignment.

"Favoritability Flows Thick"
Former EmployeeAccount Executive
Job/Position is straight are a recruiter. You work both angles of the recruiter position meaning you find the person needing the job and you find the job needing to be filled. Sounds good for your headcount being a major metric you are expecting/expected to get, but 9/10 of the time you will split this headcount (your 1 = .5 toward your set goal) with a co-worker in or in another departmentwho has the other half of your job fulfillment (one will have the open position you need or has the person needing the job you have found). The main thing to be aware of is how you are perceived (liked) by your superior,your assigned mentor, co-workers, etc. as that seems to carry more weight than almost attaining your headcount. It's apparent when the gossip is flowing from cubicle to cubicle almost instantly after the ex-employee has left the floor. Not saying this only happens here (of course not) but very rich and prevalent. If you are not liked in some way or one aspect is found unfavorable of yourself be ahead of the game and listen to your gut telling you it's time to act on that other position you have lined up or get started lining it up cause the door leading outside is only a few feet away and slightly out of the realm of you being able to change the thing that got you the position during the interview...yourself.

"Great flexibility"
Former EmployeeSpeech Language Pathologist
I loved working as a teletherapist for vocovision. Their software was up to date and easy to use. All the recruiters were amazing and answered questions when needed.