We always have an eye out for talented professionals.

The SLN culture is built on a positive and collaborative workplace environment and was created to help people of all abilities unlock their potentialgain confidence and express their unique selves to the worldWe are a team of Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Counselors who are passionate about communication, learning, and supporting our clients to be fully engaged mentally and emotionally in their relationships and daily activities. We love what we do and it shows. 

Looking to join a multidisciplinary team of rehabilitative professionals? We are always looking for dedicated individuals who are passionate about helping people of all abilities unlock their potential, gain confidence, and express their unique selves to the world.

Speech-Language Pathologist (S-LP)

In this role, pending your experience and areas of expertise, you could be working with our toddler, pre-school and school-aged children; you could be working with our teenagers; or you could be working with our adult clients.

Supports provided by the SLN:

  • Access to all formal assessment tools.
  • Access to our clinical management system to organize everything.
  • Access to our materials and extensive online resource library.
  • Full mentorship program available to those seeking supervised clinical practice requirements and/or pursuing their certificate of clinical competence (CCC).
  • Full administrative staff to handle intake, scheduling and billing.
  • Ability to offer both in person and virtual therapy.
  • Professional development and licensing allowance.

Areas of responsibility include:

  • Assessment: The candidate will assess clients’ speech, language and overall communication skills. Responsibilities include administering formal and information assessments, interpreting  and writing reports and providing feedback to clients and families.
  • Consultation: Provide consultation within a multidisciplinary team for complex cases to inform treatment planning and service delivery. This includes decisions around suitability for services, creating treatment plans and troubleshooting clinical difficulties that arise. You will also be required to provide support to parents, mentors and families in home support and programming, when required.
  • Treatment: Developing appropriate programs to assist clients and their families in acquiring and fostering the development of speech, language and communication skills.
  • Administration: Attend SLN meetings/trainings, internal communication and managing client files, charting and documentation in a timely manner. The candidate must maintain competency through professional development, training and reading.

Job Details:

  • Collaborative environment.
  • Administrative support.
  • On-the-job training.
  • Growth opportunities.
  • Ability to offer direct and group programming services for children and adults.
  • Opportunity to initiate and participate in the development of new programs.
  • Flexible work schedule. SLN is open Monday – Saturday and some evenings.

Successful candidates will:

  • Possess a Masters degree in the area of responsibility
  • Be eligible for, and licensed by, the Saskatchewan Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists (SASLPA)
  • Have a valid driver’s license
  • Criminal Record / Vulnerable Sector Check

This is a flexible part-time to full-time position working out of our location at 410 Jessop Avenue, and when the work requires it, on site at school division sites. The candidate should be highly motivated and a self-starter with the ability to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team. The position includes competitive compensation, group benefits, and a professional development allowance. 

Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant (S-LPA)

In this role, pending your experience and areas of expertise, you could be working with our toddler, pre-school and school-aged children; you could be working with our teenagers; or you could be working with our adult clients.

Supports provided by the SLN:

  • Access to our clinical management system to organize everything.
  • Access to our materials and extensive online resource library.
  • Consistent supervision, mentorship, and coaching from our Registered SLP’s
  • Full administrative staff to handle intake, scheduling and billing.
  • Ability to offer both in person and virtual therapy.
  • Professional development and licensing allowance.

Areas of responsibility include:

  • Consultation: Provide insights and expertise alongside our SLP’s and within a multidisciplinary team to inform treatment planning and service delivery. This includes helping make decisions around suitability for services, supporting treatment plan development and troubleshooting clinical difficulties that arise. You will also be required to provide support to parents, mentors and families in home support and programming, when required.
  • Treatment: Following a treatment plan which may include articulation, phonology, language, voice, fluency, social pragmatics, cognitive communication and accent modification goals.
  • Administration: Attend SLN meetings/trainings, internal communication and managing client files, charting and documentation in a timely manner. The candidate must maintain competency through professional development, training and reading.

Job Details:

  • Collaborative environment.
  • Administrative support.
  • On-the-job training.
  • Growth opportunities.
  • Ability to offer direct and group programming services for children and adults.
  • Opportunity to initiate and participate in the development of new programs.
  • Flexible work schedule. SLN is open Monday – Saturday and some evenings.

Successful candidates will:

  • Possess an SLPA post-secondary certificate from a recognized college in Canada (or equivalent)
  • Be eligible for, and licensed by Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC)
  • Have a valid driver’s license
  • Criminal Record / Vulnerable Sector Check

This is a flexible part-time to full-time position working out of our location at 410 Jessop Avenue in Saskatoon, SK, and when the work requires it, on site at school division sites. The candidate should be highly motivated and a self-starter with the ability to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team. The position includes competitive compensation, group benefits, and a professional development allowance.

Occupational Therapist (OT)

In this role, pending your experience and areas of expertise, you could be working with our toddler, pre-school and school-aged children; you could be working with our teenagers; or you could be working with our adult clients.

Supports provided by the SLN:

  • Access to all formal assessment tools.
  • Access to our clinical management system to organize everything.
  • Access to our materials and extensive online resource library.
  • Full administrative staff to handle intake, scheduling and billing.
  • Professional development and licensing allowance.

Areas of responsibility include:

  • Assessment: The candidate will assess clients’ meaningful occupations, level of current functioning, and occupational performance issues. Responsibilities include administering formal and information assessments, interpreting  and writing reports and providing feedback to clients and families.
  • Consultation: Provide consultation within a multidisciplinary team for complex cases to inform treatment planning and service delivery. This includes decisions around suitability for services, creating treatment plans and troubleshooting clinical difficulties that arise. You will also be required to provide support to parents, mentors and families in home support and programming, when required.
  • Treatment: Developing appropriate programs to assist clients and their families in acquiring and fostering the development of speech, language and communication skills.
  • Administration: Attend SLN meetings/trainings, internal communication and managing client files, charting and documentation in a timely manner. The candidate must maintain competency through professional development, training and reading.

Job Details:

  • Collaborative environment.
  • Administrative support.
  • On-the-job training.
  • Growth opportunities.
  • Ability to offer direct and group programming services for children and adults.
  • Opportunity to initiate and participate in the development of new programs.
  • Flexible work schedule. SLN is open Monday – Saturday and some evenings.

Successful candidates will:

  • Possess a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy
  • Be eligible for, and licensed by, the Saskatchewan Society of Occupational Therapists (SSOT)
  • Have a valid Class 5 driver’s license
  • Current Criminal Record Check
  • Current Vulnerable Sector Check
  • Be autonomous; working both independently and as a team

This is a flexible part-time to full-time position working out of our location at 410 Jessop Avenue, and when the work requires it, on site at school division sites. The candidate should be highly motivated and a self-starter with the ability to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team. The position includes competitive compensation, group benefits, and a professional development allowance. 

Psychologist / Social Worker - Contractor Position

In this role, pending your experience and areas of expertise, you could be working with our toddler, pre-school and school-aged children; you could be working with our teenagers; or you could be working with our adult clients.

Specifically, we’ll be asking you if you have:

  • PhD or Master’s degree in clinical counseling, or educational psychology, social work or equivalent
  • Professional designation and good standing with the Saskatchewan College of
  • Psychologists or Saskatchewan Social Work Association
  • Competence in the areas of clinical and/or counseling psychology and experience in providing differential mental health diagnoses
  • The ability to independently carry liability insurance
  • Competency in providing evidence-based therapies (e.g., ACT, DBT, CBT,
  • Narrative Therapy, CPT)
  • The ability to provide a full range of clinical services and family / client education.
  • Two or more years of counseling experience preferred

Areas of responsibility include:

  • Receiving client intakes and referrals
  • Assessment, reviews, reports and other documentation when required
  • Provide counseling services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families (depending on professional interests and competencies)
  • Utilize evidence-based interventions and resources to assist clients with treatment goals
  • Complete assessments, reviews, reports, maintain case notes and other client documentation in a secure confidential manner (HIPA compliant)
  • Communicate with community professionals (i.e., family physicians, psychiatrists, school counselors, etc.) as needed to enhance client care

Requirements:

  • Possess a Master’s degree in the area of responsibility
  • Be eligible for, and licensed by, the Psychology Association of Saskatchewan, or the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers
  • Have a valid driver’s license
  • Criminal Record / Vulnerable Sector Check

This position includes the following:

  • Flexible hours, both in-person and online
  • Opportunity to practice in the areas of professional interest and support in pursuing meaningful professional projects
  • Shared assessment tools and counseling resources
  • Consultation and supervision opportunities
  • Marketing
  • Scheduling, billing, and on-line appointment system
  • Professional furnished office with free parking

This is a contractor position working out of our location at 410 Jessop Avenue. The candidate should be highly motivated and a self-starter with the ability to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team.

 

Application Deadline: January 15th, 2023

Don’t have clinical experience but interested in joining our multidisciplinary team? Click below to learn more:

FILLED - Clinic Administrative Assistant

In this role, you’ll be the first face our clients see – a pillar of our entire organization. From booking appointments to disinfecting surfaces, you will help ensure our office and business runs smoothly. You’ll be working with our team of therapists, and you’ll be the right hand of our Clinic Manager.

Areas of responsibility include:

  • Booking our clients. This includes scheduling new and existing clients over the phone, and in person through our booking software.
  • Client centered customer service. This role supports the whole business, so we want you to have a friendly, outgoing personality and be excited about talking to and supporting a wide range of people. Our clients appreciate being able to resolve issues in person and over the phone.
  • Managing the supplies. This role is about the details – you take great pride in your work and making sure the office is supplied with all the essentials.
  • Handling the money. Taking payments and issuing receipts.
  • General office duties; such as refilling the copier, putting our therapy tools away, and taking out the trash.

Job Details:

  • Collaborative environment.
  • Administrative support.
  • Flexible work schedule. SLN is open Monday – Saturday and some evenings.

Successful candidates will:

  • You must have a high school diploma. If you have additional training and/or administrative experience, please tell us about it.
  • Computer skills. (We use Google docs, Microsoft Excel and Word, PowerPoint once in a while, and OWL all the time. Please tell us if you’re familiar with any point-of-sales (POS) software (like Stripe or Square)
  • Have a valid driver’s license
  • Have excellent phone skills and experience talking to people in person and by email in a people-centered job like customer service.
  • Have excellent computer skills. You’ll be managing our calendar of appointments, the center of our business.
  • Experience handling situations with people in real time when things didn’t work out the way they should. Everyone has an off day. Are you up to helping our clients work things out?
  • Are a self-starter, solution-oriented, and able to prioritize multiple requests.
  • Have terrific organizational skills and follow-through, and a dedication to excellence.
  • Have excellent verbal and communication skills, with natural empathy and optimism, because we are all about communicating.
  • Possess the ability to work well independently, and as a member of a team.
  • You’re savvy enough to be able to discretely let us know if you see things that give you pause.
  • Have a genuine desire to engage with people.

This is a flexible part-time to full-time position working out of our location at 410 Jessop Avenue in Saskatoon, SK. The candidate should be highly motivated and a self-starter with the ability to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team.

FILLED - Clinic Care Taker / Social Event Coordinator

We are growing fast and needing help in the office: someone with the ability to keep the office clean, tidy, and running smoothly. In this part-time role, you’ll be a key member of our team. Through maintenance of our facility, planning, and keeping track of our social events, you will help ensure our clinic runs smoothly.

Areas of responsibility include:

  • Keeping our facilities spotless and clean with our enhanced cleaning protocols.
  • Facility maintenance including taking out the garbage, vacuuming, mopping, etc.
  • Managing, planning, and implementing important events such as staff and client birthdays, SLN social gatherings, etc.

Successful candidates will:

  • Be at least 17 years of age. Tell us about your experience and why you think you would be a good fit.
  • Be a self-starter, solution-oriented, and able to prioritize multiple requests. You don’t need to be told twice.
  • Have terrific organizational skills and follow-through, and a dedication to excellence.
  • Possess the ability to work well independently, and as a member of a team.
  • Be diligent and committed to completing tasks in a timely manner
  • This role supports the whole business, so we want you to have a friendly, outgoing personality.
  • Have a firm understanding of how to generate a plan and execute the necessary steps for it to be successful

Job Details:

  • Collaborative environment.
  • On-the-job training.
  • Flexible work schedule. SLN is open Monday – Saturday and some evenings.

How to Apply:

It’s an exciting time for us and a great time for you to join our team. If you have questions or to apply for the position, please email Amanda Thomas, our clinical office manager at amanda@thesln.com.

Please include in your cover letter if you are seeking part-time or full-time employment. Please refer to the application deadlines above.*

*We will NOT review applications with missing requirements.