Staff Speech Language Pathology Position (Permanent, Full Time)
An exciting opportunity exists for a permanent full time Speech Language Pathologist with the Child Development Centre in Prince George. The position’s start date is negotiable, but will begin as early as September 5, 2017.
You will have the opportunity to work with a highly skilled team of professionals. Reporting to the Chief SLP, this position will provide early intervention therapy services to children from birth to school entry. The Therapist will primarily provide services in Prince George, with monthly overnight visits to surrounding communities. We follow a family-centred philosophy and practice, working within a multidisciplinary team. The position offers a very competitive salary with an excellent benefit package under the Health Sciences Professionals Agreement. Training and on-site mentoring is available, and we can provide assistance with moving expenses.
The successful candidate will be eligible for membership with Speech-Language & Audiology Canada, and will have graduated from a Speech Language Pathology program from a recognized post-secondary institution. The successful applicant will also have completed an acceptable criminal records check and have a valid British Columbia driver's license. Upon hire, you must be an active registrant of the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC.
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 – the highest ranked, primarily undergraduate university in Canada (Maclean's 2017).
Prince George offers some amazing outdoor opportunities. Kayak on lakes and scenic northern rivers. Jump on your mountain bike and explore the back country. Enjoy winter fun: downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, ice skating, and snowshoeing. The city is also a short, four hour drive from Jasper National Park. For more information, please see the following websites: The City of Prince George, Hello BC, and Tourism BC.
Interested applicants should apply to the Child Development Centre of Prince George and District Association, 1687 Strathcona Avenue, Prince George, BC V2L 4E7, attention Joan Beek, Chief Speech Language Pathologist, or via e-mail at email@example.com.