Vermont Speech and Language Therapy License Board

Fling open the door to new experiences as a speech-language pathologist in Vermont. No matter what stage you're at in your career, there are rewarding jobs in the Green Mountain State that make the most of your skill set.

We've made it easy to weigh the pros and cons of working as an SLP in Vermont. Learn about getting your licensure, cost of living, job opportunities, potential salaries and benefits. We also have a team of staffing specialists ready to help you apply for your licensure and get your resume in front of hiring managers in Vermont.

 

How to Get Your Vermont Speech and Language Therapy License

Once your application has been submitted and all information is complete, the Vermont Office of Professional Regulation takes one to two weeks to process a license. The annual mean salary for a speech-language pathologist in the state is below the national average, but don't let this deter you. Vermont residents spend about 4.8% less on basic expenses like food and housing as compared to the nationwide average.

This affordable state is considered a top place to live, offering year-round appeal. Whether you're paddling on a lake, playing in the snow, hiking amongst autumn leaves or touring historic villages by bicycle, you can enjoy an invigorating quality of life. Ask our recruiters about speech-language pathologist jobs that can put you in this enticing New England gem.

 

How long does it take to receive your speech and language therapy license in Vermont?


It typically takes between one and two weeks to receive your speech and language therapy license in Vermont once all documentation is complete. This is fast compared to other speech and language therapy licenses across the United States.

Vermont speech and language therapy contact information


Helpful Links


Address
Office of Professional Regulation
89 Main Street, 3rd Floor
Montpelier, VT 05620-3402

Contact
Email: kara.shangraw@vermont.gov
Phone: (802) 828-5434
Fax: (802) 828-2465

Vermont Speech and Language Therapy Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. You can earn competitive pay and receive excellent benefits such as medical, dental, vision and life insurance. SLPs make an average annual salary of $74,640 in Vermont, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Travel positions lasting a few weeks or months typically offer better pay than permanent placements because of high demand, often augmenting wages by about 20%.

Discover one of the most beautiful parts of the country with a travel SLP job in Vermont. We even offer well-appointed housing that's ready for you to move into or a housing allowance. Once you've completed your assignment, shift into another contract in Vermont that lets you stay longer or a position that takes you to another part of the country. Exciting jobs, great pay and outstanding benefits are within reach — submit your resume to Med Travelers today.

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