British Columbia School Districts are looking for speech language pathologists and speech therapists for a variety of part-time and full-time roles.
In the Metro region, school districts in Surrey and Vancouver are seeking full-time speech language pathologist (SLP) to start in September. Of note, the Vancouver School Board is seeking an SLP to join a trans-disciplinary provincial educational technology SET-BC team serving school districts and independent schools in the lower mainland and Vancouver Island. SET-BC is a provincially funded program providing schools a range of classroom and student-based technology students.
In other parts of the province, school districts in Vanderhoof, Fort St. John, and Prince George are hiring to full-time district-based SLP roles.
In the Okanagan, there are two part-time opportunities for SLPs serving multiple schools and communities.
Speech language pathologists in school districts typically have a master’s degree, and are certified by the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC. Learn more about becoming a speech pathologist in BC schools.
Here are latest speech language pathologist jobs in BC school districts as of June 25, 2015.
- Speech-Language Pathologist (Surrey School District #36)
- SETBC – Speech Language Pathologist – Full-time (Vancouver School District #39)
- Speech Language Pathologist – Full-time (Vancouver School District #39)
- Speech and Language Pathologist Full-time (Nechako Lakes School District #91)
- Speech/Language Pathologist – Full-time (Peace River North School District #60)
- Speech Language Pathologist – Full-time (Prince George School District #57)
- Speech Language Pathologist – Part-time – (Okanagan Skaha School District #67)
- Speech-Language Pathologist – Part-time (North Okanagan-Shuswap School District #83)
SLP jobs are advertised in the ‘teacher and administrator’ and ‘management and professional’ position categories on the Makeafuture.ca job board. Search for latest opportunities online.