MCLIU Instructor - Speech Language Pathologist (SCSD) 2024-2025

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MCLIU Instructor - Speech Language Pathologists 2024-2025

*Number of positions variable on applicant availability.

The School of Communication Sciences & Disorders is seeking applications from licensed (OOAQ) Speech Language Pathologists for services to be rendered at Various Locations across Montreal and the surrounding areas for the 2024-2025 Academic Year.

The incumbent is expected to provide Clinical Education to Speech Language Pathology students on rotation at the location and may expand to patients within the hospital/clinic/school they are assigned. One of the sites requires a weekend schedule.

The following responsibilities are some examples of tasks included in the S-LP services contract:

  • Provision of clinical services to patients at the location assigned
  • Intervention 
  • Preparation and administrative duties related to clinical education
  • Provide clinical education for up to two Master’s level Speech-Language Pathology Students.
  • Consultation with caregivers and educators
  • Assessment and Intervention planning

Teaching Qualification Requirements:
Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology or equivalent, are licensed with the OOAQ (Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Quebec) and have two years of work experience as a speech-language pathologist.

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All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

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