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Speech-Language Pathologist

Position Description

Speech-Language Pathologist

60% Supernumerary Position

Stimulating working environment with excellent benefits:

Vacation Days Pension Plan Sick Days Paid Holidays

Competitive Salary Insurance Plan

The Eastern Townships School Board is seeking a part-time speech-language pathologist to join our dynamic team of school professionals.

Each school has a multidisciplinary team of school professionals who work in collaboration with the school teams to best respond to the needs of students and to support staff members. Furthermore, ETSB has a board-wide team of SLPs who collaborate and meet regularly to share best practices and review the latest research in the field of speech therapy and language development.

This 60% position entails working in elementary schools located in our school board’s 3 high school sectors (Alexander Galt, Richmond Regional, Massey-Vanier).

The position of speech therapist encompasses, in particular, responsibility for carrying out prevention, screening and evaluation activities with students experiencing or likely to experience hearing, language, speech or voice problems and for determining and implementing a speech therapy and intervention plan focusing on developing, restoring or maintaining communication skills of students in interaction with their environment and help them pursue their educational path.

We are:

An English language school board located in the beautiful Eastern Townships and Montérégie regions which offers a stimulating and bilingual environment to our students and employees.

In this position you will enjoy:

Being part of a multi-disciplinary team;

Working in a bilingual environment which supports and values employees;

Taking part in professional development opportunities;

Benefiting from a generous pension plan for your future;

Qualifications: Salary:

Be a member of the Ordre des orthophonistes From $25.25 – $45.22/hour based on et audiologistes du Quebec qualifications.

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