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Position: Speech-Language Pathologist (s)

Job Type: Full-time or part-time contract

City: London, Ontario

Hours:  Preference will be given to candidates with Saturday and early evening availability 

Compensation:  $74.25-$99.00/hour for billable time 


 Meggan Levson, Speech-Language Pathologist is a private pediatric clinic serving the London area since 2010. We provide a wide range of speech and language services for late talking, autism, articulation, language, social, motor speech, fluency, literacy, and voice delays/disorders at our clinic and in the community. We have partnered with a variety of other organizations to provide contracted services in the London area including private schools and First Nations. Our goal is to provide outstanding services to children and their families. We are looking for a motivated Speech-Language Pathologist to join our dynamic team of Speech-Language Pathologists. We are a small team with diverse levels of experience and interests ranging from newer graduates to experienced clinicians. We support and value ongoing learning and personal growth. We provide varied opportunities and flexible schedules for our staff. We welcome applicants who have recently graduated and will provide training and guidance as you begin your Speech-Language Pathology career. CASLPO Mentorship is available. 


The successful candidate will develop and maintain therapeutic relationships with children aged 1 to 18 years and their families, manage their own caseload including timely, and responsive communication with clients, scheduling of appointments, documentation, and obtain payment for services. Additional duties may include assessment, consultation, virtual intervention, and/or therapy at other sites. 

 Qualifications and Skills 

• Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology 

• Registered and in good standing with CASLPO 

• Experience working with children and their families 

• Cultural sensitivity 

• Knowledge of evidence-based practice 

• Able to work well independently and as part of a team 

• Strong written and oral communication skills 

• Excellent interpersonal skills 

• Flexible and good organization skills 

• Additional training such as PROMPT training and/or Hanen Certification is an asset. We also value willingness to obtain the training and compensation is matched to successful completion of PROMPT or Hanen training 

• Access to a vehicle is not required to work at the clinic but may be required if you choose to work at other sites 

The successful applicant will be required to complete a Vulnerable Sector Police Check. 

We are committed to equity and inclusion in the recruitment of qualified staff who reflect and support the diverse perspectives, experiences and needs of our clients. We seek to ensure that all recruiting processes are non-discriminatory and barrier-free and will provide accommodations to applicants in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Please inform us of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you require. 

We thank, in advance, those who apply, but will contact only those who qualify for interviews. 

Tentative Start Date: Flexible start date during the summer or September of 2023 

Application Deadline: Preference will be given to applicants who apply by July 4, 2023 

To apply, please email resume and cover letter to 

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