Starbright Children's Development Centre, Kelowna, BC - Speech-Language Pathologist - Casual Position (disponible en anglais seulement)



1546 Bernard Ave., Kelowna, BC V1Y 6R9      
Phone: (250) 763-5100      



Starbright is committed to hiring based on merit, and encourages applications from all persons congruent with the principles of the Human Rights Code of British Columbia. Hiring on merit ensures that we have a strong, neutral workforce that is able to provide excellent service to our clients.  Our application and hiring processes are non-partisan, fair, consistent and transparent.


Starbright Children’s Development Centre has the following job opening:

Casual Position – Speech Language Pathologist

This posting period runs from October 4, 2021, and closes on October 18, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. It is a union position, requiring union membership enrolment, and follows the Community Social Services General Collective Agreement.  


The Speech Language Pathologist works under the overall supervision of the Operations Manager but works under the guidance and support of the program’s Team Leader.  The Speech Language Pathologist screens, assesses, engages in direct intervention and provides consultation services to preschool children age birth to kindergarten entry that experience speech, language, social/pragmatic, voice and fluency deficits.  Complete details can be found in the Speech Language Pathologist job description.


The rate of pay for this position ranges from $39.85 per hour up to $46.17 as determined by union classification. In lieu of stat and vacation, casual employees receive an additional 10.2% of their gross earnings per pay. Casual hours are determined by the operational needs of the agency, client needs and availability of the employee.



Qualifications for the Speech Language Pathologist include:

  • A Master’s Degree in Speech and Language Pathology, with 2 years recent related experience with pre-school, school aged children and adult clients.
  • Membership in the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC 
  • A valid BC Driver’s License and access to reliable transportation
  • Employment in this position is contingent upon a successful Criminal Record Check.  As per the Criminal Records Review Act, “Individuals working with children or vulnerable adults directly or potentially have unsupervised access to children or vulnerable adults must authorize a Criminal Record Check for their employer or authorized organization.”
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.

Please submit your letter of interest & resume to the attention of:

Terri Nakayama, Human

Resources Manager via email to 


We appreciate and thank all applicants for their interest, however only short-listed candidates will be contacted.