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Jobs in Alabama's Schools: Alabama State Department of Education  

[Posted 7/27/2022]

Full-time audiologist, Tuscaloosa Ear, Nose & Throat, is a five physician practice employing one full-time audiologist and one audiology aide. Responsibilities/Competencies may include: Comprehensive audiometric evaluations of all ages from birth to geriatrics including DPOAEs, play audiometry, tympanometry; Vestibular assessment and management including Dix Hallpike and Epley; Appropriate hearing aid evaluations, counseling, fitting, troubleshooting, verification, and follow-up for hearing aids and other devices and accessories for adults, as well as paperwork, phone calls, schedule patients, Electronic Medical Record keeping, etc. Please send resume and 2-3 letters of recommendation for consideration. Applicants may email resumes and letters to Thank you for your interest.

[Posted 7/9/2022]

Part-time speech-language pathologist, Vulcan Speech Group, for details click HERE 

[Posted 5/27/2022]
Technical Aide Hearing and Speech, Birmingham, for details click HERE

[Posted 5/27/2022]

Assistant Professor of Audiology - Non-Tenure Track Faculty Position, University of South Alabama. For details click HERE

[Posted 5/26/2022]
Speech Therapist for Early Intervention work in Montgomery area. For more information click HERE

[Posted 3/9/2022]
Speech-Language Pathologists needed for AIDB Summer Speech Program, June 6-30, 2022.  Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind and the AIDB Foundation in conjunction with Talladega County Easter Seal Society, United Way of North Talladega County, Talladega County Schools and the Talladega Rotary Club will be hosting the 2022 Summer Speech Program, providing free speech therapy for the residents of Talladega County, ages 3-18. We are in need of 2-3 speech-language pathologists willing to travel to Alabama School for the Deaf Campus in Talladega, AL to provide speech therapy services during the month of June, 2022. Therapists will receive financial compensation for their time and services. If interested, contact Kristen DeLauney, Au.D., CCC-A, Director of Audiology at AIDB at or 256-761-3238 for more details.

[Posted 2/24/2022]
Speech-Language Pathology Instructor/Senior Instructor
Non-Tenure Track Faculty Position
University of South Alabama
Position information

[Posted 2/9/2022]
Assistant Director of Clinical Research
Advance best practices and the scholarly work and clinical materials that support the district programming of the Arthur M. Blank Center for Stuttering Education and Research through research, clinical training and supervision.  This position is based in Atlanta, Georgia at the Arthur M. Blank Center for Stuttering Education and Research Atlanta Satellite Center. To apply click here:

[Posted 1/8/2022]
Company Name: PresenceLearning Teletherapy
Work remote and create your own flexible schedule!
We have immediate openings for  Part-time and Full-time clinicians.
Qualifications:   1 year of school-based experience post-CFY
Active AL state license
ASHA Certification

To see more details about this opening, click HERE

[Posted 12/1/2021]
The Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services, Early Intervention Division provides supports and services for infants and toddlers birth to 36 months of age who have a developmental delay in communication, cognitive, physical, adaptive, or social-emotional development or have a medical diagnosis that has a high probability of resulting in developmental delays.  Alabama’s Early Intervention System is committed to providing quality services for eligible children and their families. The focus of Early Intervention is to train, equip and support parents/caregivers in being the first and best teachers for their children. Early Intervention services are provided in the child’s natural environment ( home, childcare center, park, community settings, etc.)

We have over 40 Early Intervention programs in the State of Alabama. When families are concerned with their child’s development, one of our many responsibilities is to place the child/family with an Early Intervention program.  When programs have reached their contract number, it becomes our responsibility to ensure services are provided to those children/families who are eligible for services. We are currently recruiting licensed Speech, Occupational, and Physical Therapists, and  I would love to speak with you about becoming a vendor for early intervention. If you are interested or have questions, please contact Shannon Foster, Early Intervention District Supervisor at 334.293.7066. 

[Posted 10/5/2021] 

Company Name: All Talk, LLC/The SpOT Clinic
The SpOT Clinic in Owens Cross Roads, AL is searching for a speech-language pathologist to join our team of therapists in the public schools and private practice clinic.  We are a pediatric multi-disciplinary clinic with speech, PT, and OT and act as a collaborative work family.  You will be paid as a W2 employee with benefits to include assistance with medical insurance, accrued PTO, monetary assistance with annual CEUs, paid scrubs with a one year contract, numerous options for employee paid benefits (life, dental, vision, disability, cancer, etc.), and room for growth with the company.  If you love serving children, we would love to talk to you about the possibilities with The SpOT Clinic.
Contact: Tracy Bond,

[Posted 8/18/2021] 
Company Name:  Huntsville Pediatrics
Description:  Thirty-forty hour per week pediatric speech pathologist position available. Located within a pediatrician’s office with nine pediatricians and one other speech pathologist. Individual will work as a private practitioner and therefore will be required to obtain a business license, and maintain their own accounts using an online EMR system. Must be certified and have experience working with a pediatric population in the areas of language disorders, motor speech disorders, phonological disorders, articulation disorders, autism and fluency. If interested please send resume to Pamela Harnden at

The Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama
Phone: (205) 873-6667 (Ask for SHAA)
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 380124, Birmingham, AL 35238-0124

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