Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologist jobs
Make a difference as a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) and Audiologist at Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH).
Speech Language Pathologist jobs
Speech-Language Pathologists work to identify, assess, evaluate, treat, manage, educate and help prevent language, speech, voice, fluency, cognitive, and other related communication disorders, as well as swallowing problems.
As an SLP with VCH, you will use your expertise to work in a team-based environment to assess, diagnose and treat the full range of communication and swallowing disorders and offer early childhood (0-5) and adult speech therapy in home, acute care, rehabilitation, community and/or clinic settings.
As a primary hearing health provider, audiologists diagnose, habilitate, and counsels individuals with hearing loss, tinnitus, balance, auditory processing and other related disorders. You can choose to work in a large urban setting or embrace life in a smaller community across B.C.
Work alongside highly skilled professionals that will help you develop superior job skills and ultimately, master your specialty. Our collaborative and team-centred environment will have you working closely alongside colleagues with the mutual desire to promote wellness, provide support, and ensure patient care.
Why join Vancouver Coastal Health?
- Supportive, world-class team who delivers exceptional care to all
- Career growth with access to education reimbursements and paid educational leave
- Competitive salaries and strong premiums and allowances
- Comprehensive health benefits, work-life balance and wellness support
- Multi-disciplinary team
- Full range of lifestyle and career opportunities, in diverse health care settings
Meet the Team
“We do our best to provide family centered care that is, at the same time, rooted in evidence-based practices.”
Sara Jallad, Clinical Audiologist, Vancouver Community AudiologyMeet Sara
Meet the team
“The day he said his brother’s name was very exciting and the entire family celebrated and cried with joy. Moments like these are truly special.”
Katrina Jenkins, Speech Language Pathologist, North Shore Public HealthMeet Katrina