Delta School District #37, Delta, BC

Speech-Language Pathology




This posting is open to all continuing teachers, teachers with recall rights and those on the current teacher-on-call list. Qualified outside applications will be reviewed after internal applicants have been considered. If this position is filled by a teacher with recall rights, it will be withdrawn and all other applicants will be notified by email prior to the closing date.

Internal applicants (TTOC’s) apply through Job Connect.

Applicants must ensure that their pertinent information (contact information, resume, experience and references) is updated in their Job Connect profile.

Closing deadline for receipt of application and supporting documents is:
March 19, 2019

Comp. # Name of Position Vacancy Description
18-557 1.0 FTE

Speech & Language Pathologist

Term Specific to June 30, 2019
or return of incumbent

The end date/FTE may be varied based on the earlier, later or graduated return of the incumbent

The speech-language pathologist provides a range of services designed to support students whose education is adversely affected by oral communication difficulties. This focus on bridging access to curriculum and learning is achieved primarily through emphases on assessment, consultation and direct instruction. This work may also take on a capacity building focus via resource development and in-service for teachers and support staff. Work with students may take place individually, in small groups or in classroom settings as appropriate.
The successful applicant will be able to:
Work with school based teams to prioritize students for assessment, consultation and direct instruction
Work collaboratively with teachers, other service providers and families. This may include consultation on next steps or the development of classroom and home programs.
Assess speech and language abilities of school-aged children
Provide direct speech and language therapy
Share information with teachers concerning pertinent speech and language pathology topics
Work in an itinerant capacity (assigned schools).

Master’s degree or equivalent in speech-language pathology. Registered member in good standing with College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC (CSHHPBC).