If you are a Speech-Language Pathologist with strong clinical best practices and enjoy teaching to others we would love to hear from you for a Relief Full Time opening.
Days of work are Sundays to Wednesdays 08:00 to 17:24 hours. This position will provide coverage until September 2023, or until return of incumbent. We offer an exceptional employer-paid benefits package including dental and prescription coverage, group life, and extensive extended health plan.
What Will You Work On?
Speech-language pathologists at Royal Inland Hospital provide assessment and treatment of communication and swallowing problems resulting from stroke, head injuries, dementia, degenerative disorders, respiratory issues and other medical complications. Patients may be seen in an inpatient or outpatient setting. There is an expectation to be competent in dysphagia management including clinical bedside swallowing assessments and modified barium swallow studies.
How Will You Create Impact?
Speech-Language Pathologist works directly with clients and their caregivers for the purpose of creating environments that promote optimal communication/swallowing. We create an elevated standard of care working to best practice. Working collaboratively with medical and allied health colleagues results in a rewarding employment.
How Will We Help You Grow?
Provide you with a thorough orientation to meet your needs and immediate support and access from excellent colleagues and the Speech-Language Pathologist Professional Practice Leader. During your Speech-Language Pathologist career working in the tertiary acute care setting you will grow in abilities as you work with a variety of patient populations. Library Services to support patient care, education and research are available.
Who Are We Looking For?
This position is suitable for a new grad or a seasoned therapist. We are seeking a Speech-Language Pathologist who works well within the team but also able to work independently with good people and communication skills. Flexible work schedule, energetic and enthusiastic. Willing to learn new skills and bring new learning to the department.
• Registration as a Speech-Language Pathologist with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC.
• Advanced competencies in MBS and/or FEES as outlined by the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professions of BC are an asset.
• One year’s clinical experience with adults in a hospital setting and/or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
This posting is covered by the Provincial Health Officer’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination orders and selected applicant(s) must comply.
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