Are you passionate about making a positive impact on people’s lives through speech therapy? Join our dynamic team of dedicated speech therapists who are committed to empowering individuals of all ages to overcome speech and language challenges. As a part of our clinic, you’ll have the opportunity to work in a supportive and collaborative environment, utilizing cutting-edge techniques and personalized treatment plans to help clients reach their full potential. Whether you’re an experienced speech therapist or just starting your career in this fulfilling field, we offer growth opportunities, ongoing training, and a rewarding work atmosphere. Explore our current job openings and take the next step in your journey towards making a difference in the lives of others.

Current openings:

Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)
Passionate, self-driven and talented Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), who thrives in flexible work environments and values work/life balance, is needed to join a small yet growing clinic in Southern New Hampshire. 

Speak Easy Speech Therapy is looking to engage a part-time SLP to join the independent team of professionals who provide school-based and in-clinic services on schedules that work best for the SLP.

The right cultural fit for this role is important. If you bring enthusiastic professionalism, excel at working autonomously, and are dedicated to achieving the best possible outcomes for your clients, a career with Speak Easy Speech Therapy is right for you. 

As a Speak Easy SLP you will evaluate, diagnose, and treat a variety of communication disorders across the lifespan, provide therapy, education, training and collaborate with fellow colleagues and creatively incorporate new and innovative techniques to provide the best caring experience possible. You will evaluate client progress and implement necessary changes to therapy programs as required.

Qualified candidates will have a Masters’ degree, a current NH SLP License, ASHA certificate of clinical competence and at least 2 years of SLP experience, ideally in clinical and/or school settings working with pediatric age groups.

Successful candidates will have excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to build strong relationships with empathy and listening skills; superior organizational skills; resourceful, flexible, and problem-solving mindset; and a superior work ethic. The ability to travel to educational institutions is required.

We look forward to hearing from you! To apply, send your resume to