Compensation for direct & indirect hours
A Job You Love
But if you are not truly supported, you could be underpaid and undervalued for a role that’s so important.
Work with a team that forever values you (because it’s owned by an SLP).
At Next Level Speech Therapy, we give you the support you need to focus your time and energy on students and caseload.
You won’t have minimum hours.
Our placements typically range from 4-40 hours per week. Tell us your ideal schedule, and we’ll find the role for you.
You’ll be an NLST employee.
Instead of being an independent contractor, you’ll get the support you need from other speech therapists as a W-2 employee.
You’ll get paid for all the hours you work.
Whether you’re meeting with a student or filling out their paperwork, you’ll get paid for every minute you work.
We’re SLPs, too.
Be intentional by creating a balanced life you’ll love.
“The team is collaborative, the supervisors are always ready and willing to support us. I have both autonomy and a team that I can rely on. It is great to feel valued and supported at work, from home.”
Rachel W, SLPA
“They provided exquisite training and support during my initial start-up. Now, I have the pleasure of working with kids of all ages on their speech and language goals!”
Kelly T., CCC-SLP
“The owners are invested in paying competitive wages. They also ensure that therapists have access to personalized assistance as well as a wide array of tools needed to provide quality therapy.”
Compensation ranging from $45-$57/hour as a W-2 employee
Work with a manageable caseload.
Get your licenses, materials, monitoring platforms covered by us.
Enjoy a placement that brings you joy and fulfillment.
Attend a meet & greet.
Get placed in your ideal position.
Take a look at our current openings
We post opportunities pretty regularly, so check back often and feel free to share this page with any SLP colleagues.
If you’re unable to apply from the below list of current openings, please click here to apply.
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