Speech-Language Pathologist Fulltime The Down Syndrome Research Foundation has an opportunity for a talented Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) with a passion for making a difference in the lives of children with developmental disabilities and their families. With a start date of June 18, 2018, this is a one- year position that is likely to become permanent. The location is at our main centre in Burnaby with a possibility of one to two days a week at our Surrey satellite location. The Down Syndrome Research Foundation was formed in 1995 and has an established history with a strong reputation for excellence. The outcomes for individuals with Down syndrome can be maximized by providing opportunities for rich social connections with family and friends, participation in the community, optimal health care, as well as the opportunity to learn through instruction that is tailored to the profile of the learner. Our aim is to assist in the development of children into adults who are confident, self-reliant, resourceful, socially connected, and able to make positive contributions to their community. We offer a dynamic working environment where all members of our team problem solve together to create the best possible outcomes for the children we serve. Our collaborative multi-disciplinary team offers speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, and one to reading programs for students of all ages, as well as small group adult programs for students transitioning from high school. Qualifications: • A Registered Speech-Language Pathologist (Master’s degree) • Registered with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC • Experience in pediatric Speech-Language Pathology Responsibilities: • Provide weekly individual therapy to children with Down syndrome • Assist in the transfer of skills into the classroom, community, and home environments via mentoring parents and other team members • Collaborate with Director of Programs and Services and Senior SLP to ensure quality and effective programming • Presentations to parents and professionals in the community on various speech and language topics The Ideal Candidate: An interest in continual learning, the ability to be creative and innovative, and a positive, energetic personality are key attributes that you bring to the position. You especially enjoy young children and a play-based approach to learning. You create a fun and friendly environment in your therapy sessions and appreciate the small gains that lead to success over time. Compensation: The salary is based upon a 37.5-hour work week and is $62,010 to $70,625; commensurate with experience as an SLP in a similar role. How to Apply: Interested candidates please forward your resume and cover letter to Pat Hanbury, Director of Programs and Services at email@example.com. The DSRF team is a close-knit group of professionals who are proud of what they do and their organization. For more information on working at DSRF please visit our website at https://dsrf.org and view our employees’ video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYV1wcuV4no.