An exciting opportunity exists for a Speech-Language Pathologist to join our team of therapists at the Child Development Centre in Prince George, B.C.; the traditional and unceded territory of the Lheildi T’enneh First Nation and Dakelh speaking peoples.
You will have the opportunity to work with a highly skilled, supportive, multidisciplinary team of professionals. Reporting to the Chief S-LP, this position will provide a full-range of virtual and in-person early intervention therapy services, to children from birth to school entry. The Therapist will primarily provide services in Prince George, with overnight visits each month to surrounding communities. We follow a family-centred philosophy and practice. The position comes with an excellent benefits package, including a defined rate pension plan, extended medical, dental, long term disability insurance, and more. Training, mentorship, and a relocation allowance are available.
- active registration with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC
- graduate of a recognized Speech-Language Pathology program
- an acceptable criminal records check
- a valid British Columbia Class 5 driver's license
- eligibility for membership with Speech-Language & Audiology Canada
The Child Development Centre of Prince George and District is one of the largest and longest serving child development charities in British Columbia. Our team consists of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, early childhood support staff, and family resource workers. We collaborate closely with many community agencies to foster each child’s social, emotional, physical, cognitive and communication abilities.
Prince George is a vibrant community that features spectacular lifestyle options, including a wide variety of ethnic dining options, live theatre, all major department stores and outdoor recreation opportunities to name a few. Forget about traffic jams – we don’t have them. Are you looking for a short commute and to bike to work in the summers? It is both possible and relatively affordable here. The city is also home to the University of Northern British Columbia – one of the highest ranked primarily undergraduate universities in Canada (MacLean's Magazine 2020).
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and résumé by email to:
Joan Beek, Chief Speech-Language Pathologist
 Conditional active registration is acceptable