Speech-Language Pathologist (3 Full Time and one .5)
Society for Manitobans with Disabilities
September 28, 2018
$36.06 - $45.37
State Licensure or Certification
Office of Healthcare Practitioners
The Society for Manitobans with Disabilities is proud to offer an exciting opportunity to be part of the Jordan’s Principle Initiative. Jordan’s Principle is a groundbreaking initiative that ensures all First Nations children have access to health and social services in their community.
Positions: 3full-time SLP positions and one .5 SLP position.
The successful applicants will provide pediatric Speech-Language Pathology services to First Nations children in their home communities. These services will be consultative, family-centered and provided to families, child development workers and respite workers in community settings such as child care centres, nursery programs and homes. SLPs will work on a team with Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Professionals from other agencies to ensure that all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential.
The positions are based out of the world class SSCY Centre in Winnipeg with travel to Manitoba First Nations communities. You will travel with a team to communities with arrangements made on your behalf. Therapists will have some flexibility with the schedule during a typical work week.
Any hours including travel to and from communities above the 53rd parallel are paid a Northern Premium of 10% above the regular wage. Expenses are covered for all travel and overnight costs; If spending an overnight in a community with limited amenities, you will also receive a $125 per diem.
Registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Manitoba (CASLPM) / eligible for Membership with CASLPM
Demonstrated knowledge and experience in pediatrics
Experience with consultative/collaborative service delivery model
Commitment to family-centered practice
Strong organizational/communication skills with sensitivity to diversity
Demonstrated basic knowledge and experience with computers
Ability to work effectively as an interdisciplinary team member
Physical health necessary to meet demands of the position
Valid driver’s license and access to vehicle
Willing to travel within the province of Manitoba
Additional Salary Information: Any hours including travel to and from communities above the 53rd parallel are paid a Northern Premium of 10% above the regular wage. Expenses are covered for all travel and overnight costs; If spending an overnight in a community with limited amenities, you will also receive a $125 per diem.
Internal Number: 39-18
About Society for Manitobans with Disabilities
The Society for Manitobans with Disabilities a a family of organizations that are working together to improve the lives of persons with disabilities in Manitoba.