Speech Language Pathologists

Shaping Your Career Path


Shaping Your Career Path

Connect with SLP Career Opportunities

As a speech language pathologist (SLP) you know what it’s like to tackle some of the greatest patient care challenges. Whether speech and language related, cognitive, social or otherwise, you cover a lot of ground in developing a treatment plan.

At American Medical Staffing, we want to help develop your career plan to expedite your journey to the care settings that need you most. We’ll work hand-in-hand with you to identify your career goals and connect you with the places and spaces that match them.

If you’re ready to go—you can start by doing a simple search of the current speech language pathologist jobs we have open. You can also contact us any time for a personalized look at what positions are available

Roles That Take You Places

Whether you’re just getting out of school or have years of experience in your field, we can connect you to the positions that empower your goals—be they professional ones like earning stipends and having autonomy, or personal ones like being closer to family when you work. From generalists to specialists, we personalize all of the following placements to the individual, so you feel confident starting on Day 1.

  • Registered Nurses 
  • Licensed Practical Nurses 
  • Physical & Occupational Therapists
  • Speech Language Pathologists
  • Certified Nursing Assistants 
  • Surgical First Assistants/Certified Surgical Technicians
  • Registered Respiratory Therapists
  • Other Specialties

Popular SLP Care Settings

For speech language pathologists, it’s common that some care settings need your support more often than others. School and education roles, in particular, are regularly on the lookout for your unique skills and background. Explore these different care settings below and reach out if you have questions about any of them. 

Being a SLP with AMS

Some speech language pathologists have years of experience—while others are brand new to the discipline or contract work in general. We never want you to be a fish out of water. So, we invite you to see some of the most common questions we get, as well as testimonials from other healthcare professionals like you.

Speech Language Pathologist Roles


See our current SLP openings.

Speech Language Pathologist Support

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Talk to a recruiter about your goals as a SLP.