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Do you believe in neurodiversity-affirming, child-led therapy and want to share your knowledge and skills with children who need support?


Full Time Position

Are you excited to join a creative, passionate team of SLPs? Do you want to explore the freedom of a small private practice?

Come join us at Talk Time Boston! 


Why join Talk Time Boston?


Talk Time provides travel and teletherapy services to children from birth to adolescence. We work with families to provide a treatment plan that is meaningful, measurable, and master-able! Our evidence-based approaches for young children stem from both clinical research and clinical expertise including parent coaching models, child-led therapy, hybrid approaches, and routines-based intervention. For older children, we work closely with families for home carryover in addition to encouraging intrinsic motivation for progress. We also work on building self-advocacy skills, compensatory strategies, and higher-level language and literacy skills that are crucial as kids continue through later schooling.


We also are passionate about educating and empowering families. We run parent education modules to teach about early childhood development and parent strategies to use with early language learners. We also provide language-rich groups in the community to help support families and children of all communication abilities.

General Job Responsibilities

  • Exhibiting the clinical knowledge and clinical skills necessary to provide speech language pathology services across a variety of profiles and ages.

    • Completing evaluations and documentation in a timely manner

    • Establishing a plan of care with individualized, functional, and objective goals

    • Designing and implementing treatment programs with consideration of the client's diagnosis and environment

    • Performing all therapeutic tasks with consideration to ethics and accessibility

  • Educating, collaborating, and communicating with clients, colleagues, professionals and caregivers

  • Opportunities to run language-rich playgroups, providee parent education, and run intensive summer sessions

  • Opportunities to write blog posts and build our brand through social media

Mentorship / CEU / Professional Growth

  • Ability to see a diverse set of communication profiles across a variety of ages

  • Supervision and support for all new employees and clinical fellows as part of on-boarding process

  • Opportunities to learn skills and diversify your schedule beyond therapy/evaluation including parent education, clinical writing, marketing, group leadership

  • CEU reimbursement and training in gestalt language processing through Meaningful Speech

  • Opportunities for career advancement as an early employee in a fast-growing organization!



  • Graduate of an approved master's level program in speech-language pathology

  • Valid/current professional license as a Speech-Language Pathologist in Massachusetts OR a new graduate looking to complete their Clinical Fellowship 

  • Ability to travel by car to home and school locations near Arlington, MA

  • Must pass background checks and provide professional references

  • Candidates must be fully-vaccinated for Covid-19.



  • Minimum session payment guarantee of 20 sessions per week

  • Continuing education reimbursement up to $500 per year

  • Meaningful Speech Training ($359 value)

  • Reimbursement of Massachusetts state SLP licensure costs

  • Ten paid days annually to be used for vacation, sick or personal days 

  • Eight paid holidays per year

  • $250 bonus for new patient referrals

  • Reimbursement of mileage expenses

  • Paid lunches during in-person team meetings


As a small business, we have limited options for health insurance benefits at this time. If this is something you are interested in, please let us know so we can talk through potential plans.


What will you bring to Talk Time Boston?

  • A passion for educating and empowering families around communication

  • A natural creativity to step outside the box and share new ideas

  • A desire to be part of a small, intimate team that is ready to grow

  • Willingness to travel, performing therapy in-home, in-school, virtually, or at meet-up locations

  • Independent time management and critical thinking skills

  • Accountability and initiative across all aspects of the job

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills

  • Demonstrate flexibility in order to adjust to changes in responsibilities and scheduling

  • Open to feedback and constructive criticism with the intent to constantly improve

  • Ability to independently seek out support and guidance from a supervisor

  • Excellent interpersonal skills

Talk Time Boston is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and welcomes all qualified applicants. We base all employment decisions on each individual's capabilities and qualifications without regard to race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetics, or any other legally protected characteristic.


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