We are currently recruiting to fill the following regular Speech Language Pathologist positions in School Therapy Services:
- One part time (30 hours per week) position in London. Services to be provided in Middlesex, Elgin and Oxford counties.
- One full time (37.5 hours per week) position in Owen Sound. Services to be provided in Grey and Bruce counties.
These positions run for 10 months each year from September to end of June; resuming the following September.
This exciting, dynamic role provides therapy services to students in schools and involves working with a variety of fellow clinicians, educators and parents to help children and youth achieve meaningful outcomes in their ability to communicate.
- Provide mainly school based intervention including screening, assessment, consultation and intervention regarding speech development, articulation, fluency, voice, resonance, basic augmentative communication needs and swallowing;
- Intervention can be direct, mediated or consultative and may be in groups or include virtual modalities;
- Provide education for clients, families and school personnel
- Plan services as part of a multi-disciplinary team that includes the family, other care providers, school board personnel, volunteers, staff from other agencies, and other TVCC staff;
- Occasional work contracted from Home and Community Care Support Services (formerly the Southwest LHIN) for in home and private school services. This may on rare occasions be in the evenings or on weekends;
- Participate in ongoing program development.
- Registration with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario
- Experience in pediatrics is preferred
- Excellent communication and organizational skills
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment
- Computer proficiency including MS Office Suite 2010 and videoconferencing software (ex. Zoom)
- Valid Ontario driver’s licence and access to a vehicle are required
- Current certification in First Aid and CPR
- Ability to clinically supervise support personnel, students and initial practice registrants within the guidelines of CASLPO would be an asset
- Ability to provide services in French would be an asset