Speech-Language Pathology

Alberta Health Services, Various Locations, AB

Various Locations, AB
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Speech-Language Pathologists

Location: Alberta, Canada

Requisition #: Multiple Openings Available

Salary Range: $40.31 – $53.54 per hour

Job Type: Full Time, Part Time, Permanent, and Temporary

Your Opportunity

Alberta Health Services (AHS) is currently seeking Speech-Language Pathologists across the province. If you are passionate about changing the lives of others, and looking to grow your career, we need you on our team! As a Speech-Language Pathologist at AHS, you’ll play a key role in assessing and treating infants, children, and adults who have problems with communication or feeding and swallowing. Practicing both independently, and as part of a collaborative team, you’ll be tasked with the planning, coordination, and delivery of rehabilitation services, as well as ongoing quality improvement, service integration, and program development.

AHS is proud to be part of Canada’s first and largest province wide, fully integrated health system, responsible for delivering health services to more than 4.3 million people living in Alberta. Since 2017, we have been among Alberta’s Top 75 Employers and recognized as a top employer for our efforts to create an innovative and diverse workplace that values the contributions of our employees. 

We have positions available in our urban centres and rural communities throughout Alberta, where you’ll enjoy lower taxes and affordable housing, along with beautiful landscapes. AHS offers competitive wages, ongoing education and mentorship, and excellent comprehensive benefits so you and your family can thrive. This is your chance to make a meaningful difference, advance your skillset, and be part of a highly skilled, diverse, inter-professional team. Come work and live near the Rocky Mountains and abundant rivers we are proud to call home.


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.

Required Qualifications

Completion of master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Active or eligible registration and practice permit with the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSLPA).

Preferred Qualifications

How to Apply

Want to be matched to open Speech-Language Pathologist opportunities? Submit your information to our Talent Pool to be considered for positions that suit your skills and experience.