Quinte Health, Belleville, ON

Category: 
Speech-Language Pathology

Speech & Language Pathologist - Full -Time - Children's Treatment Centre - Multi-Site - BG Home

Job Number: J1122-0369
Union: OPSEU
Salary: $40.00 - $50.96/Hour
Job Status: Permanent Full Time

Our family of four hospitals play an integral role in improving lives and creating healthier communities. We work together as one team across our hospitals to provide local and regional health care services, and also work in partnership with our communities to improve access to high-quality care, close to home. We are incredibly fulfilled by the work that we do, and proud of our dynamic teams of staff, physicians and volunteers who care deeply about our patients, and each other. We don’t just serve our communities; we are part of them. We live here, raise our families here and, quite often, retire here in the community that we love. Quinte Health is always looking for compassionate, dedicated people to join our team. We have a wide range of exciting roles, some which involve working across more than one of our hospitals, and some which are situated at just one hospital.
 


Position Summary

The Quinte Children’s Treatment Centre at Quinte Health Care is looking to increase their team of Rehabilitations professionals as we develop an integrated approach for rehabilitation services for children and youth across Hastings and Prince Edward Counties in home, school and community. Applicants are invited to apply to be part of the ongoing development and delivery of new model of service delivery

 

Required

  • Masters Degree or equivalent in Speech Language Pathology.
  • Registration in good standing with the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario.
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience working with children and/or youth in the delivery of speech and language services.
  • Ability to provide assessment and intervention services to children and youth with speech and language delays/disorders including motor speech, stuttering, and receptive/expressive language and to those with complex needs (ie. Autism, Developmental Disabilities).
  • Ability to deliver services through a family centred, team based model of service delivery as required.
  • Ability to deliver services through individual or group intervention to children, youth, families, school staff and other community partners.
  • Knowledge of or interest in learning about the use of low tech options for augmentative/alternative communication.
  • Ability and experience in working as part of a larger multidisciplinary/interdisciplinary team in assessment, treatment and consultation.
  • Experience or knowledge of SLP’s role in the supervision of Communicative Disorders Assistants
  • Availability to work extended hours to support family needs
  • Must have own vehicle and be willing to provide services independently at multiple locations across the community and CTC sites.
  • Training in PROMPT or other interventions appropriate for Motor speech Disorders
  • Training in interventions related to Fluency
  • Excellent productivity, organizational and communication skills.
  • Previous proven good attendance record.

 

DESIRABLE:

  • Hanen certification
  • Ability to deliver services to francophone clients
  • Ability to deliver services to clients with hearing loss-ie ASL, those with cochlear implants, hearing aids

 

Duties

As an active member of an interdisciplinary team the expected duties include:

  • Provides Speech and Language assessments and intervention to children and youth across H/PE as per the mandate of CTC programs.
  • Deliver services from a family centred, strength based and team based approach.
  • Ongoing reassessment of child/family goals and the suitability of the referred client to benefit from Speech and Language Services. 
  • Maintains appropriate written records and statistics for clients according to all required legislation, college and ministry requirement.
  • Participates in centre clinics, client case conferences, coordinated service planning as required.
  • Comply with all ministry requirements related to the provision of speech and languages services
  • Liaises with community agencies, district school boards and other related caregivers on client specific goals/interventions.
  • Participates in departmental Quality Improvement activities, program development and staff meetings
  • Participates in the development and delivery of educational sessions on speech and language needs as identified by the broader team. This includes sessions specific to speech and language or in partnership with other professionals to address broader topics that include Speech and Language.
  • Ongoing professional development
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

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