Are you a Speech Language Pathologist who is seeking a meaningful opportunity in working alongside children to prevent or reduce the impact of communication delays or disabilities they are experiencing? You will have the opportunity to work directly hands-on with a caseload of up to 25 children and be actively involved in the growth journeys of the children, families and teams that we work with.
- You possess a Masters’ Degree in Speech and Language Pathology.
- You are currently registered with ACSLPA.
- You enjoy working with preschool children aged 2.5 to 5 years.
- You can connect with socially, economically, and culturally diverse children and their families.
- You are comfortable working as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
- Engage in an ongoing process of assessment, diagnosis, and intervention to a caseload of 25 children with communication and other developmental delays.
- Provide a combination of direct (e.g., one-on-one, group) and indirect (e.g., classroom consultation, parent teaching) therapy to facilitate communication, social, and emotional development.
- Assess and report on the communication skills of preschool children from households with low incomes, including children who are bilingual or English Language Learners.
- Contribute to the development and review of IPPs for each child who receives Program Unit Funding.
- Mentor and educate team members and parents about general communication development and intervention strategies, and the specific needs of their children. Opportunities will be both formal (e.g., presentations) and informal (e.g., team meetings).
- Work collaboratively with community partnerships and resources such as CASA, Alberta Health Services and Occupational Therapy.
- Partner with team members to complete appropriate referrals to external agencies (e.g., Alberta Health Services Audiology, Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Voice Clinic).
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, e4c continues to take action to protect persons served and staff. Strategies related to e4c’s response to COVID-19 are driven by the guiding principle of taking all reasonable precautions and measures to protect the health and safety of both persons served and staff. In keeping with this intentional purpose, COVID-19 Full Vaccination is a condition of employment for all employees at e4c. If an individual is unable to be vaccinated due to a protected ground as defined in the Alberta Human Rights Act, e4c will consider requests for a reasonable accommodation. Candidates seeking a reasonable accommodation on this basis will be required to provide relevant documentation in support of the request for a reasonable accommodation.
Robust Benefits Package
3 Weeks Paid Vacation
Paid Sick Time
Professional Development Opportunities
Employee Family Assistance Program (EFAP)
Prior to successful employment with e4c, applicants are required to submit a Police Information Check and Intervention Record Check. Applicants seeking a front line role are required to submit a Vulnerable Sector Police Information Check.
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