We invite applications for the position of:
||Speech Language Pathologist
||K to 12
||ASAP to June 30, 2024 or until the partial or full return of the incumbent
- Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology
- Applicant must be registered with the CSHHPBC
- A minimum of 2 years’ experience working in the field is preferred
- Eligibility for membership in CASLPA and/or BCASLPA
- Recent successful experience working with school-aged students and students with special needs (low incidence)
- Comprehensive diagnostic and direct therapy to school-aged children with a variety of communication disorders
- Act as a resource for teachers, educational assistants and parents
- AAC and support for students with complex communication needs
We humbly work and learn on the Traditional, Ancestral, Unceded, and Shared lands of the Stó:lō people, of Sq'éwlets, Leq'á:mel, Sema:th, Matheqwí and Qwó:ltl'el , peoples of this land since time immemorial. We appreciate and embrace the vital role of all Indigenous peoples, groups, organizations, and associations residing on and within these lands. We also acknowledge and share traditional teachings of Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers and the sharing of Indigenous Knowledge and Worldviews in the curriculum and throughout our workspaces.
Mission Public Schools benefits from being a medium-sized district with rural and urban schools. We are large enough to provide a variety of programs and services, and small enough to build meaningful relationships with our students, parents, colleagues, and other stakeholders.
The district is focused on following the Strategic Plan which sets the direction for the organization and supports student learning. Click here to learn more about the strategic plan and related priorities. Finally, we are committed to forming safe and inclusive workspaces and schools. To learn more, review our policy for Respectful Schools and Workplaces .
Mission, British Columbia is nestled on a southern coastal mountain slope, overlooking the lush valley of the mighty Fraser River. Ideally situated, Mission is located an hour east of Vancouver and just a 15-minute drive from the U.S. border. Mission was originally inhabited by the Sto:lo First Nations people, and today this rapidly growing and dynamic centre is home to a population of some 38,000 residents. Come see why Mission is "the Jewel in the Valley".
What opportunities do we offer?
- District Mentorship/ Leadership Groups
- In-house training, online training, leadership training, and professional development opportunities
- A great place to live that is relatively affordable compared to other lower mainland cities
- Variety of staff benefits: pension, extended health/ medical, LTD, sick leave, mat leave, paid stat holidays, family responsibility leave, mileage
- Access to school fitness facilities and wellness resources
Thank you for your interest. Please note only short-listed applicants will be contacted.