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Speech-Language Pathologist - Pediatric

Requisition ID: 330796  

HR Posting Number: SEL AH 2239/22o

Posting End Date: Open Until Filled

City: Selkirk

Site: Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority

Work Location: Selkirk Community Health

Department / Unit: Allied Health  

Posting Category: Clinical  

Union: MGEU

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP

FTE: 1.0  

Anticipated Shift: Days 

Annual Base Hours: 1885

Salary: $41.801, $43.555, $45.229, $46.911, $48.702, $50.657, $52.630


Recruiter Contact Info: Angel Unrau, Recruiter

Phone: 204-599-4027 

Email: #LI-AU1


Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority (IERHA), located in the heart of Manitoba, strives to provide timely, accessible, culturally safe, and reliable care throughout our vibrant, diverse communities. Is this a mission you’d like to support while utilizing your expertise in Speech-Language Pathology for our pediatric clients? If so, we invite you to apply for the role of Speech-Language Pathologist - Pediatric, located in Selkirk, Manitoba. In this full-time, permanent role, you’ll have the opportunity to:

  • collaborate with a multidisciplinary team and external agencies to provide preschool Speech-Language Pathology services within the region
  • promote prevention, early identification, and efficient community-based intervention for communication disorders
  • utilize a client/family-centered approach in which clients and their family members help define what optimal health and functioning means to them

The successful candidate for this role will benefit from a Monday through Friday schedule, 15 days of vacation after the first year, and a comprehensive health, dental, and pension benefits package. A generous relocation allowance is also available for qualifying candidates.

Selkirk is located approximately 20 minutes north of Winnipeg, nestled alongside the Red River. This charming town is the entryway to Manitoba’s lake country, home to our “inland oceans”, Lake Manitoba and Lake Winnipeg. Manitobans flock to this area of the province year-round for the abundance of fishing, boating, and other recreational opportunities. With numerous events throughout the year, places to shop and eat, and a charming and walkable downtown, there’s always something to do in Selkirk.


Position Overview

Under the direction of the Regional Manager Allied Health, the Speech-Language Pathologist - Adult (SLP-A) is responsible for the coordination and provision of Speech-Language Pathology services to clients in facilities and communities within IERHA. In collaboration with the multidisciplinary team and external agencies/services the SLP-A is primarily involved in assessment, intervention, planning and implementing a program for the client, discharge planning and follow up of referred clients.



  • Recent experience in the field of Speech-Language Pathology (adult services) preferred
  • Previous experience in an institutional setting and additional experience in a community therapy services setting preferred


Education (Degree/Diploma/Certificate)

  • Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Active registration with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Manitoba or ability to obtain
  • Eligibility for membership in Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) or the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) preferred

Qualifications and Skills

  • Skilled ability in the assessment, identification, and treatment of clients of varying ages and with diverse diagnoses
  • Previous experience working with pediatric clients preferred

Physical Requirements

  • Must be in good physical and mental health and be able to sit, stand or walk for extended periods of time without resting.
  • Must be able to work under stress and time constraints.


Internal applicants must include a current resume with application upon change of  department, site, program and or classification.

As a condition of employment, all successful applicants will be required to provide a satisfactory criminal record check (with vulnerable sector screening), adult abuse and child abuse registry checks prior to commencing employment.

The Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority is committed to increasing the representation of Indigenous people at all levels within our workforce. We encourage successful Indigenous individuals to self-declare by completing a voluntary self-declaration as part of the application process.

Given the cultural diversity of our region, the ability to communicate in more than one language would be considered an asset. Proficiency of both official languages is essential for target and designated bilingual positions.

The Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority values and supports employment equity and workplace diversity and encourages all qualified individuals to apply. Accessibility accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

All health care workers are required to be immunized as a condition of employment in accordance with the Interlake-Eastern RHA Policy (GA-13-P-110 Required Immunizations for Health Care Workers).

The Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority delivers health-care services on First Nation Treaty Territories 1, 2, 3 and 5 and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. We respect that First Nations treaties were made on these territories, acknowledge harms and mistakes, and we dedicate ourselves to collaborate in partnership with First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in the spirit of reconciliation.




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