Speech Language Pathologist II
Requisition #: ALB00103335 & ALB00095970
Location: St. Paul or Bonnyville, Alberta
Job Type: Temporary Part Time
Salary: $42.96 - $58.08 per hour
Develop your skills in a new setting, expand your horizons, and experience the beauty of the North. We are looking for Speech Language Pathologists to join our team in the beautiful town of St. Paul or Bonnyville. As a new team member, you will be highly supported by our clinical supervisor, mentor and team who is made up of a strong group of compassionate healthcare professionals who are eager to support the communities they service, and are looking forward to welcoming a new colleague to the mix! If you're looking to grow your career in a community that allows you to continue to learn and work to your full scope of practice, this could be the opportunity for you! New Graduates welcome to apply!
With a population of approximately 5,500 and serving an area of 18,000, St. Paul is located in the northeast region of Alberta, just 200 km away from Edmonton. St. Paul features many recreational facilities including a recreation centre, indoor ice arenas, sports fields, a golf course, movie theatres, and a bowling alley. Nearby are 14 lakes and numerous campgrounds. Rural Alberta is beautiful, peaceful, and provides a great backdrop for a fulfilling career.
With a population of approximately 7,000 and only 240 km from Edmonton and 45 km from Cold Lake, Bonnyville offers the best of both country and city living, making it an ideal location to raise a family. For the outdoor enthusiast, Bonnyville offers wetlands and trails along with many lakes within a short distance, and for those looking for recreation, we offer a number of sports and recreation opportunities from hockey and curling to golf and baseball - something for every season! Bonnyville is an energetic town which also boasts a vibrant arts and culture scene, creating opportunity for work-life balance.
As a Speech Language Pathologist, you will provide clinical professional practice both independently and as a part of a collaborative team, which may include external partners. You will be responsible for providing prevention, health promotion, identification, assessment, intervention, and case management. You will participate in planning, coordination and delivery of rehabilitation services in collaboration with patients/clients, families, healthcare professionals and other partners. Your leadership and interpersonal skills will aide you in supervising students and providing clinical guidance to other staff as appropriate. You will use your clinical expertise to inform ongoing quality improvement, service integration, and program development.
Completion of master's degree in Speech Language Pathology. Active or eligible for registration and practice permit with the Alberta College of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSLPA).
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