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Speech-Language Pathologist

Are you passionate about early intervention therapy, working as a Speech-Language pathologist? Are you looking to relocate to a place that has a small town feel but has all the amenities of a big city in scenic central British Columbia? Now is your chance to take your career to the next level while also living in a relatively affordable community that offers great outdoor recreational opportunities. 

Job Title: Speech-Language Pathologist 

Organization: The Child Development Centre of Prince George 

Reports to: Lead Speech Language Pathologist

Location: Prince George, British Columbia

Job type: Permanent & Full-Time

Job Status: In office

Salary:  $77,438 to $96,681

Compensation: 9.3% pension contribution, dental, extended health, long term disability insurance, substantial vacation and other leave entitlements (in accordance with the Health Sciences Professionals Collective Agreement), relocation allowance 

About the Child Development Centre

The Child Development Centre of Prince George and District is one of the largest and longest serving child development charities in British Columbia.  We follow a family-centred philosophy and practice, using a multidisciplinary approach. Our team consists of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, early childhood support staff, and family resource workers. We also collaborate closely with community agencies, fostering each child’s social, emotional, physical, cognitive and communication abilities.

Position Summary

An exciting opportunity exists for the right Speech-Language Pathologist to join our team at the Child Development Centre in Prince George, B.C. You will work with a highly skilled and supportive multidisciplinary team of professionals. This position will provide a full-range of virtual and in-person early intervention therapy services to children from birth to school entry. The position will primarily work from our centre in Prince George, with occasional overnight visits to surrounding communities.


  • Eligibility for registration with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC
  • Graduate of a recognized Speech-Language Pathology program
  • An acceptable criminal record check
  • Valid British Columbia Class 5 driver’s license



  • Perform screenings and assessments
  • Diagnose communication and feeding disorders
  • Provide treatment through consultation and direct treatment to individuals and groups of children
  • Liaise with other professionals by participation in joint sessions, case conferences, etc.
  • Advocate for family and child
  • Provide client reports, records, and statistical data in accordance with accepted professional standards and the policies and procedures of the Child Development Centre
  • Provide consultative and educational services to clients’ families, caregivers, professionals, agencies/facilities and the general public
  • Refer families to other community services and professionals as appropriate
  • Participate in continuing education opportunities


About Prince George

A vibrant, four-season city featuring spectacular lifestyle options, including a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities, ethnic dining options, live theatre, live music, and all major department stores.  Are you looking for a short commute and to bike to work?  Both are possible here. The city also offers a far more affordable cost of living than most larger cities.  For more information, please see the following websites: Tourism PG, Move Up PG, and Hello BC.

How to Apply

Are you ready to make a difference and chart an exciting new career path?  Please send your resume to and title the email “Speech” We thank all candidates who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.