JOB TITLE: SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY ASSISTANT
TEMPORARY VACANCY, TERM POSITION
Internal and External posting
DEPARTMENT: Speech-Language
POSTING PERIOD: April 23, 2018 – April 30, 2018 at 4:00 pm. HSA – This posting is open to male and female applicants and requires Union membership
COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT: Community Social Services General Services Collective Agreement
STATUS: Temporary vacancy, term position
START DATE: June 4, 2018
END DATE: August 31, 2018
HOURS OF WORK: As assigned
HOURLY RATE: $20.55 – $23.94 as per JJEP Grid 12 of the Collective Agreement, April 1, 2018
BENEFITS: Not eligible for benefits
JOB SUMMARY:
The Speech-Language Pathology (S-LP) Assistant works under the overall supervision of the Executive Director but reports directly to the Operations Manager. He/she must work under the guidance of the Speech-Language Pathology (S-LP) Team Leader in accordance with Speech Audiology Canada’s Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Code of Conduct1. Tasks assigned must be congruent with the recognized governing federal/provincial College as a Speech Language Pathology (S-LP) Assistant2. Some of the tasks assigned may be general in nature and for the general good of the program rather than specific need.
QUALIFICATIONS:
 Completion of a Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) recognized Speech Language Pathology (S-LP) Assistants’ training program from a community college or university. This program must include a clinical component practicum, and must cover the following core competencies (as taken from the S-LP Assistant Guides from Speech-Language and Audiology Canada2):
 Enrollment in good standing with the recognized provincial College as a Speech-Language Pathology (S-LP) Assistant
 Current CPR certification
 Two years of experience working with children in the areas of a pediatric therapy.
 A valid BC Driver’s license and access to reliable transportation is required
 Equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered
Please submit your letter of interest & resume to the attention of: Terri Nakayama, Human Resources via email to humanresources@starbrightokanagan.ca

1  https://www.sac-oac.ca/sites/default/files/resources/2016_sac_Code_of_Ethics_en.pdf
2  https://www.sac-oac.ca/sites/default/files/resources/CHA_Guidelines_SLP-Assistant_EN.pdf


Resumes are accepted by email at humanresources@starbrightokanagan.ca
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