Speech Language Pathologist I (TERM)
in Moncton, NB

Moncton, NB
Full-time - Permanent
Experienced
$1,418 - $1,786 / week
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Competition Number: 2223-233

Anglophone East School District

Apply to Education Job Code: 3340883

Responsibilities

This is professional work in the field of speech language pathology. Employees of this class perform clinical work, according to professional standards and district policies and procedures, involving the screening, identification, assessment, interpretation, diagnosis, rehabilitation and prevention of communication disorders. Work performed is oriented to client or community needs and may require active participation on interdisciplinary teams, consultation on client waitlists, determination of service delivery options, ongoing assessment and discharge readiness determination. Work may be performed in a school district and/or community-based settings. Work includes participation in planning and implementation of program activities, and may include quality improvement, performance management and statistical activities, student/parent education and research and may include caseload management and care coordination. Work may include relieving the superior in his/her absence and supervising support personnel. Work is performed independently and is reviewed by a superior. Employees of the Speech-Language Pathologist classification may be required to provide clinical supervision of delegated function (tasks/activities) to Speech Therapy Assistants, guidance, training and orientation to other speech language pathology staff, students and other professionals.

N.B. These job duties are the basic and prime duties of the job; related and allied duties may be assigned from time to time as may become necessary to the operation of the service. This position may require travel within the rural schools of the Anglophone East School District.

Qualifications

Master's degree in Speech Language Pathology or Communication Disorders from a recognized university. Registered and a member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists and eligible for membership with Speech-Language and Audiology Canada. Employees shall be selected on the basis of skill, ability and qualifications. Where skill, qualifications and ability are relatively equal amongst union applicants, the vacancy will be filled on the basis of seniority.

Schedule: 12-Month Position, Monday to Friday, 5 days per week. (Undetermined period of time subject to change)

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