2 SLP Positions Available, Aug 27/18 - 1.0 FTE Maternity Leave; 1.0 FTE Term Position
· Assess and diagnose communication disorders.
· Participate as a collaborative member of the team in planning programs responsive to client and family needs.
· Deliver therapy services to assigned clients, in accordance with family direction, professional standards and Centre policy.
· Under family direction, consult with others in the community, including teachers, SEA's, child care workers and therapists regarding client program.
· Attend staff meetings, case reviews, medical liaison meetings, regional meetings, departmental meetings and in-services.
· Provide appropriate client documentation in collaboration with the team.
· Provide statistical information regarding caseload as required.
· Prepare home and school programs for clients as appropriate.
· Provide information about communication disorders to other staff and the community as appropriate.
· Supervise assigned volunteers.
· Organize/attend team and school meetings regarding clients.
· Undertake additional responsibilities as directed.
· Provide externship placements for graduate students.
· Assume responsibility for professional development and growth.
· Adhere to philosophy, policies and procedures of the Centre.
· Masters degree from recognized university, with major emphasis in speech pathology, or speech and hearing science from a recognized institution
· Experience with children with neurological impairment and/or global developmental delay essential
· Experience in delivering community based services an asset
· Must be registered with CSHHPBC
Working Conditions & Provisos
· Appointment subject to satisfactory completion of a criminal records check
· Valid driver’s license with use of own car for work
· Physical ability to carry out the duties of the position