School Division

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Learn more about Ardor Health’s school division.

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School Division

Our School Division specializes in matching candidates with the perfect healthcare job in a school setting. We place Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Certified Therapist’s Assistants, School Nurses, Special Education Teachers, Social Workers, School Psychologists, and more. We offer a wide range of opportunities, including tele- therapy. With our unique mix of advanced technology and the most qualified school-based Professionals in the industry, we will meet and exceed your most demanding staffing needs.

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At Ardor Health Solutions we seek out and recruit school-based professionals who are both talented and committed to providing excellent care.

We have you covered with:

– Social Workers

– School Psychologists (SSP)

– American Sign Language Interpreters (ASL)

Orientation & Mobility Specialists (O&M)

– Educational Diagnosticians

– Teachers of Visual Impaired (TVI)

– License Professional School Counselors (LPC)

– Speech-language pathologists (SLP)

– Occupational therapists (OT)

– Certified occupational therapist assistants (COTA)

– Physical therapists (PT)

– Physical therapists assistants (PTA)

– School Nurses (RN) and (LPN)/(LVN)

– Special Education Teachers


Ardor Health’s School Division has a marketing and recruiting team who split the task of taking care of each assignment and collaborate with the District staff and administrators to ensure that all the District’s goals and contractual obligations are being met.

As the first step, the District is assigned to a Territory Manager and a dedicated RFP/Contract Specialist. These specialists will take responsibility as your “go-to” persons in charge of submitting all the contract documentation that complies with all your District requirements. The RFP Specialist will review the contract requirements in detail and return all applicable documents to your District, including State Certifications, Certificate of Liability Insurance, and W9. The Account Territory Manager will arrange meetings with the District’s Special Education Supervisors to learn about the overall needs, caseload, programs, and staffing goals. They will also conduct meetings with the Director of Special Education to review all expectation and requirements of the assignment.

Each of our RFP consultants and Account Managers are territory based and have the knowledge of the area, contract documentation, and licensure requirements. The School District will be assigned to a team of professionals who are capable of providing solid recommendations, guidance and support to our candidates, and clients.

Interview Process

Before you interview with any Ardor Health candidate, we perform extensive due diligence to determine their current status.

This process includes:

-Background check

-License verification

-Drug testing

-Detailed reference checks

As a result of this careful screening, you are assured you will be presented with the best candidates in the industry who also meet your requirements.