ORTHOPHONISTS - SEVEN (7) POSTS - FULL TIME - (P-1819-034)
Seven (7) full-time Speech-Language Pathologist positions are currently available at Educational Services (ES).
Job Description and Qualifications
- In accordance with the attached job description and qualifications.
Duration of the regular work week
- 35 h / week
- 1st of July 2019
- Josée Larocque, Coordinator of Educational Services
Treatment and marginal benefits
- From $ 25.25 to $ 45.22 / hour, depending on qualifications and experience and in accordance with the P1 collective agreement.
Send your application to the Human Resources Department no later than 4 pm on May 14, 2019, quoting competition number P-1819-034 and clicking on the APPLY button
Only applications sent by email will be considered. CSDGS is engaged in an Equal Opportunity Employment Program and invites women, visible and ethnic minorities, Aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities to apply. The CSDGS thanks all candidates for their interest, but will only communicate with those selected. No acknowledgment of receipt will be issued.
Nature of work
The use of speech-language pathologists more specifically includes the prevention, screening and assessment of students who present or are likely to have speech, language and speech disorders, as well as determination and implementation of a speech therapy treatment and intervention plan, with the goal of developing, restoring or maintaining the student's communication skills in interaction with his environment and facilitating his educational progress.
Some characteristic assignments
The speech-language pathologist analyzes and interprets the information collected, evaluates the functions of the language, speech or voice of students, particularly students with handicaps or difficulties of adaptation, and the student with a mental or neurophysiological disorder attested by a diagnosis or an assessment by a professional resource authorized to do so. She or he determines a speech therapy treatment and intervention plan as part of an intervention plan to meet the student's needs.
He or she participates in the development and implementation of the speech-language pathology service while respecting the educational and administrative frameworks, both at the level of the institutions and the school board.
He or she contributes to the planning, implementation or supervision of activities to prevent the emergence of communication problems or to detect communication difficulties, in complementarity with other stakeholders involved.
She or he contributes to the screening and recognition of students with difficulties, with a view to prevention and intervention; he or she participates with the multidisciplinary team in the development and revision of the student's intervention plan, incorporating, where applicable, the speech therapy treatment and intervention plan; he or she participates in the choice of objectives and means of intervention; he or she collaborates with other team members in coordinating and coordinating interventions, and in assessing the achievement of objectives.
She or heIntervenes with a class or a group of students with common difficulties or with students with particular problems in order to facilitate their learning and their social integration.
She or he advises and supports the teacher and explains the nature of the student's communication difficulties so that he or she can adapt his teaching and the educational material used; she or he informs her of the impact of these difficulties on the learning and the social adaptation of the pupil or the group; she or he sees to the development and adaptation of existing educational material; he or she contributes to the choice of ways to help with oral communication.
She supports and equips family members and other school workers; he or she provides the relevant advice to develop attitudes and skills that promote the development of student communication; he or she plans, organizes and facilitates training, information and awareness activities regarding communication difficulties.
He or she establishes and maintains collaboration and links with partner organizations; he or she contacts other stakeholders to obtain or provide advice and information; he or she can direct the student or his / her parents to resources appropriate to the situation and needs.
She or he advises management staff, writes expert reports, appraisals, appraisals and progress reports and makes appropriate recommendations to support decision-making.
She or he prepares and updates files according to the standards of the profession and the rules defined by the school board; he or she prepares progress notes or evaluation reports of stage, end of process and follow-up of his interventions.
Be a member of the Quebec Order of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists.