Employment Opportunities

Full-time Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant
SLP-Assistant job posting

At The Speech Language Network, we’re passionate about learning, communication, play, and engagement in active activities of life. We are a team of Speech-Language Pathologists and Occupational Therapists, and we work with children and adults. We love what we do and it shows. We are looking for a full-time Registered Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant (“SLP-A”). In this role, you’ll be working with our children, teen, and adult clients at our office as well as on-site locations.

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

  • The ability to work as a clinician providing a range of clinical services and education with an approved treatment plan under the supervision of a Registered Speech-Language Pathologist
  • If you have experience working with persons with developmental and/or acquired disabilities
  • A professional membership with Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC)

Areas of responsibility include:

  • Carrying out client treatment plans and goals in the areas of speech, language, and social language
  • Reporting regularly to a supervisor with relevant and meaningful data
  • Providing support for classroom teachers, parents, and educational assistants in program delivery
  • Developing expertise in specific areas of communication disorders
  • Making time for researching, networking, and developing therapy materials

Successful candidates will:

  • Submit a cover letter and resume with three references to our clinic manager, Amanda Thomas (amanda@thesln.com)
  • Be eligible for and registered with SAC (Speech -Language & Audiology Canada)
  • Be able to provide a criminal background check with vulnerable persons
  • Have a valid driver’s license

This is a full-time employee position with flexible hours including Saturdays. The position also includes competitive rates, eligibility for a pension plan and a professional development allowance.

 It’s an exciting time for us and a great time for you to join our team.

 We will be happy to take résumés until 12:00 p.m., April 30th, 2021

Art Therapist / Art Facilitator
Speech Language Network, Ltd.
110-410 Jessop Ave.
Saskatoon, SK
S7N-2S5

At The Speech Language Network, we’re passionate about communication. We’re speech-language pathologists, and we work with kids, teens and adults. We love what we do and it shows.

We’re looking for a new part time Art Therapist / Arts Facilitator – someone who understands the power of the arts to engage, learn, grow and foster diverse methods of expressive communication using various theories and creative approaches.

Whether you are a Facilitator or a Therapist, you’ll have skills and experience in engaging people of all ages from children to adults with diverse needs in arts-related activities. You don’t need to be formally trained for this position, but if you do hold an Arts Therapy
degree, we’ll ask you about your experiences.

Art Therapist / Ats Facilitator (part time)

In this role you’ll be offering our clients a creative new way to engage, communicate, learn and grow. Specifically, we’ll be asking you if you have these experiences:

  • Program planning. You’ll be planning workshops, clinic and community-based programs for various age groups. 
  • Evaluating and documenting. You’ll be developing evaluation plans and documenting program activities.
  • Program delivery. You’ll be showing off your enthusiasm for the arts by delivering arts-related programming.
  • For Art Therapists. You have experience in guiding clients ranging from children to adults through creative expression in art forms such as drawing, painting, collage, and sculpture in order to help them explore underlying issues via creative nonverbal media, cues, message, and methodology. 

And these qualities: 

  • You have personality!  Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with natural empathy and optimism, because we are all about communicating. 
  • You have terrific organizational skills and follow-through, and a dedication to excellence.
  • You are a self-starter, solution-oriented, and able to prioritize multiple requests.
  • You possess the ability to work well independently, and as a member of a team. 

Requirements: 

  • Art Therapist – A master’s degree or diploma in Art Therapy
  • Art Facilitator – We’d love to see an undergraduate or post-graduate degree in a related field (Fine Arts, Education or Social Work preferred)
  • Experience or education in Youth Engagement or Community Development 
  • Artistic background in one or more mediums; past involvement in community arts initiatives
  • Proved ability to mobilize and engage youth in creative projects
  • Excellent group facilitation skills and the ability to use the arts and creative methods in group facilitation
  • Experience or training in Popular Theatre
  • Strong organizational/project management skills and ability to work independently
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills- oral and written, MS Word and Internet literacy, social media
  • Grant-writing, reporting and outcome measurement experience are definite assets
  • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation

About The SLN

 This is a part time position, working out of our new location at 410 Jessop Avenue for 16 hours/week. It’s an exciting time for us and a great time for you to join our team.

 

This posting has been filled.  Thank you to all that took time to apply.

Office Administrative Assistant
Speech Language Network, Ltd.
110-410 Jessop Ave.
Saskatoon, SK
S7N-2S5

At The Speech Language Network, we’re passionate about communication. We’re a multidisciplinary group of therapists, from speech-language pathology to occupational therapy and art therapy. We work with kids and adults. We love what we do and it shows.

We are growing fast and needing help in the office: someone with the ability to keep the office running smoothly; keep our clients and co-workers on track and organized; and someone who is comfortable wearing many hats to help the whole business succeed.

 Office 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 Office Manager.

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

  • Excellent phone skills. Our clients appreciate being able to resolve issues on the phone.
  • Experience talking to people in person and by email in a people-centred job like 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.
  • Keeping our facilities spotless and clean with our enhanced COVID19 cleaning protocols.
  • Excellent computer skills. You’ll be managing our calendar of appointments, the centre 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?
  • 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.

And these qualities: 

  • You are a self-starter, solution-oriented, and able to prioritize multiple requests. You don’t need to be told twice.
  • You have terrific organizational skills and follow-through, and a dedication to excellence.
  • You have excellent verbal and communication skills, with natural empathy and optimism, because we are all about communicating.
  • You 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.
  • You have a genuine desire to engage with people.

 Requirements:

  • 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).

 About The SLN

This is a close to full time position, working out of our location at 410 Jessop Avenue [for 30-35 hours/week]. It’s an exciting time for us and a great time for you to join our team.

If you are interested in this position, please send your cover letter and resume to Amanda Thomas, SLN Office Manager at amanda@thesln.com

Occupational Therapist
Speech Language Network, Ltd.
110-410 Jessop Ave.
Saskatoon, SK
S7N-2S5
Position Filled

At The Speech Language Network, we’re passionate about communication and connection.  We’re Speech-Language Pathologists, and we work with children and adults. We love what we do and it shows. We’re looking for a part-time Occupational Therapist to support people in improving functional skills, sensory integration and their overall quality of life. In this role you’ll be working in a multi-disciplinary team with our clients of all ages at our office, in schools, and in the community. 

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

  • One year’s experience in working with clients in functional and sensory rehabilitation
  • Experience or training in assessments and treatment plans

 

Areas of responsibility include: 

  • Assessing clients’ functional and sensory integration skills.
  • Accurate, comprehensive and timely documenting of client care assessments, treatment plans, charting, interventions and outcomes.
  • Reviewing clinical referrals; accepting, screening and assessing client needs from an occupational therapy perspective in collaboration with other health disciplines.

Successful candidates will: 

  • Possess a Bachelor 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

This is a part-time position working out of our new location at 410 Jessop Avenue two weekdays a week. The position also includes competitive rates and eligibility for a pension plan and a professional development allowance. 

It’s a great time for you to join our team.

To apply, please send current resume to Amanda Thomas, amanda@thesln.com

A current resume and three references will be required. Minimum of (2) professional references.

Deadline for Applications is: Wednesday, September 30th, 2020