South Peace Child Development Centre, Dawson Creek, BC

Speech-Language Pathology

South Peace Child Development Centre is Hiring a full time 
Speech and Language Pathologist (Early Intervention) 

Located in the beautiful South Peace region of British Columbia. Dawson Creek is close to the foothills of the Rockies and offers easy access to camping, hiking, biking, skiing and sledding.  Dawson Creek is Mile Zero of the Alaska Highway and is considered to be the gateway to the North, the Yukon and Alaska.  

Come enjoy this vibrant community, population 12,000. Many amenities: Encana Event Centre, Calvin Kruk Cultural Centre, indoor running track, leisure pool, curling rink, three indoor ice arena, skateboard park. Affordable housing and public / private school options. 1 ½ hours from Grande Prairie, AB population of 80,000 and 6 hours from Edmonton, AB. 

An exciting opportunity to work with an enthusiastic, trans-disciplinary team, offering family-centered pediatric services (0-6 years) in the South Peace. Position starts as soon as possible.  

The focus of speech-language service provision will be the 0-5 population. Service delivery will include a range of prevention and intervention services.

  • Full Time ( 37.5 hr /wk) 
  • Excellent salary (unionized – Health Sciences Professionals - HSA) 
  • Full Benefits and isolation allowance
  • BC Forgivable Loan program eligible 

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Kim Hughes-Brinsky, Executive Director
South Peace Child Development Centre
9001 - 10 Street, Dawson Creek, BC   V1G 4T1
Phone: (250)782-1161
Fax: (250)782-4487 email:

Testimonial by Maciel Pereda – past SLP for SPCDC

“My first job as an SLP was at the South Peace CDC. I truly believe that having this experience shaped me into a clinician with strong skills in my own field, but also one with foundational knowledge in multiple areas of development. The support of a transdisciplinary team was unique and created an appreciation and respect within me for seeing children and families in a much more holistic manner than what my formal schooling taught me to do. This job would be a great first experience for SLPs seeking to gain a deeper understanding of child development and family dynamics, but also for more experienced clinicians who are looking to expand their knowledge base outside of the traditional speech and language domains.”