Speech Language Pathologist SLP
- Rate TBD
- Location Calgary, AB Canada (On-site)
- Type of project Health, Specialized Help Education / teaching , Psychology / Therapy
- Duration 1 year part time or 1 year full time ongoing
- Education required Masters
- Years of experience 2 - 5 years
- Type of employment N/A
- Area of Specialization Psychology
- Languages required N/A Workhoppers Home Calgary AB
We are looking for a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) to work within
our dynamic programs. This is a position starting immediately with the potential for
renewal. In addition to joining a fantastic team, your duties and
responsibilities will include:
o Provide developmentally appropriate screenings, assessments and
intervention according to best practice, the needs of the child and
family, clinical judgment, and government funding requirements.
o Create developmentally appropriate goals for program plans.
o Maintain appropriate documentation for client contact and consistent
data collection for tracking progress on goals.
o Collaborate with caregivers/ECS programs to identify priorities and
o Collaborate with caregivers/ECS programs to provide strategies that
are tailored to their needs and that support an inclusive environment
for the child.
o Provide feedback about the child’s progress.
o Liaison with other programs and professionals in the community for a
coordinated approach to services.
o Participate in community events on behalf of Lead.
o Open communication and collaboration with team members regarding
goals, progress, and program details.
o Supervision of Speech-Language Pathology Assistants (SLPA) if
o Support Child Development Specialists across programs.
o The SLP may also serve as the Coordinator of individual FSCD
programs for families. In these instances, this person coordinates the
activities of the team, ensuring that team meetings and goal updates
occur throughout the year.
o Maintain Lead’s Mission, Vision, and Philosophy.
o Support Lead’s values and competencies.
o Be aware of and adhere to Lead’s Policies and Procedures.
o Attend and participate in administrative and therapist meetings as
o Participate in continuing education for self, staff, families, ECS
programs, and community.
o Perform other professional duties designated by the director after
consultation and agreement.
This is meant to be a guideline; other responsibilities may be
assigned as deemed appropriate.
What You Bring to the Team:
· Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from a recognized
· Registered and in good standing with the Alberta College of
Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists (ACSLPA).
· Demonstrates advanced competency and skills for working with
· Excellent written and oral communication skills along with strong
· Ability to work independently with direction from a supervisor.
· Familiarity with technology and ability to use virtual platforms
such as Zoom.
· Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sectors Search.
· Child Intervention Record Check.
-December 5, 2022