Speech Language Pathologist (x2) – Open Competition

Speech Language Pathologist (x2) – Open Competition

Job Purpose

The Speech-Language Pathologist will work with maskêkosak kiskinomâtowikamik students to prevent, assess, diagnose, and provide counselling and rehabilitation for speech, language, voice, fluency, pragmatics, language, and oral motor skills. They will provide high-quality direct speech-language therapy services to students according to students’ needs and IPP plans. The SLP will develop treatment plans that are strength-based as well as child and family-centered for overall education improvement. The Speech-Language Pathologist will ensure evaluations, treatment plans, and service delivery are aligned with school, provincial, and federal guidelines. They will endeavour to integrate themselves into the Enoch Cree Nation community and provide, when appropriate, volunteer services to the community. They will also assist and guide teachers in observing, describing, and referring suspected and identified speech and language delays/disorders. Along with teaching teams, they will develop and implement curriculum modifications and appropriate classroom strategies such as visual supports, oral motor exercises, language strips, topics of conversation, and data collection. The Speech-Language Pathologist will ensure students’ skills are generalized across settings by collaborating with teaching teams and related service providers. They will manage a detailed log of services provided and services missed due to student or therapist absences. They will also be responsible for designing and conducting professional development series starting at staff orientation and ending at the end of the school year.

Education, Experience and Requirements

  • Completion of Masters in Speech-Language Therapy 
  • Must be registered with the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSLPA) 
  • Three years of school or community-related experience 
  • Basic knowledge of psychiatric and developmental disorders affecting children and adolescents 
  • Freedom of Information and Privacy Protection Act (FIOP) Trained 
  • Certified in Standard First Aid with AED 
  • The Cree language is an asset 
  • Minimum Class 5 Driver’s License and provide own transportation 
  • Clear Criminal Record Check/Intervention Record Check 

Working Conditions

Required to work a total of 40 hours a week, at maskêkosak kiskinomâtowikamik School, while adhering to the Enoch Cree Nation Human Resources Policy & Procedure Manual. 

Closing Date Closing Date: Not Specified

Please submit cover letters & resumes to the Human Resources Department
780.470.4505 Ext: 2222 780.470.0463 Show Email

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