Teach in BC’s most culturally diverse and urban school district, Vancouver School District No. 39. Set in one of the world’s most livable cities, Vancouver is a community-minded district seeking talented educators, progressive leaders, and skilled support staff to enrich the learning experience of Vancouver’s 50,000 students.

The District welcomes qualified applicants who value equity and diversity as essential to excellence. The distinct makeup of the VSB community strives to support the inclusion of all voices.  You may wish to share some lived experiences that demonstrate your connections to our diverse student community.

The Vancouver Board of Education (VSB) welcomes applications for the position of:

On-Call Speech Language Pathologists
We are looking for Speech and Language Pathologists (SLP) to fill long term assignments rather than day-to-day work. SLPs work in several schools in the district to provide evaluation and remediation of a range of communicative difficulties in school populations (Kindergarten to Grade 12). As a member of a School Based Team, the Speech and Language pathologist will be required to work collaboratively and to provide consultative support to teachers, support staff and families. This position requires travel to various school sites. Applicants must be a member of the B.C. College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals.

Requirements and Qualifications:

Your application portfolio must include the following documents:

** Wdo not accept friends or teaching colleagues as references**

Due to the confidentiality of the interview process and the high volume of applications, we do not provide feedback, notify unsuccessful applicants or respond to inquiries regarding the status of an application.

We will contact applicants directly if we are interested in moving forward or if an application requires additional information.



1.  Register on Make a Future: http://www.makeafuture.ca/ and create a profile under the Category "Management and Professionals"

2.  Click on Job Postings the click Search

3.  Select the Job you would like to apply for

4.  Answer the job posting questions then click Apply

5.  Upload supporting documents to the Competition

6.  Once you submit your application you will receive a confirmation email from Make a Future

 *The VSB has been given approval from the Human Rights Tribunal for a Special Program under s. 42(3) of the Human Rights Code.  Under this special program, the VSB seeks to preferentially hire Aboriginal persons to a variety of teaching positions.  Therefore, each applicant may wish to provide, on a voluntary basis, information whether they self-identify as an Aboriginal person.