About Prince George

Prince George is a vibrant, four season city, with many opportunities for those who enjoy the outdoors as well as the arts. The city is a four hour drive from Jasper National Park.
The City is home of the University of Northern BC, a highly ranked, primarily undergraduate university in western Canada (Maclean’s 2020).

By road, Prince George is 738 km from Edmonton and 787 km from Vancouver. For more information, please see the following websites: City of Prince George’s website, Hello BC, and Tourism BC.

Careers and Training with The CDC

The Child Development Centre employs a broad range of social service professionals, therapists and administrative personnel.  We are also a training center that offers practical placements for students studying the following professions: Social Services, Speech Language Pathology, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation Assistant/Therapy Aid.

current postings

Available Positions

Speech-Language Pathologist

Full-time permanent position available

Our Speech-Language Pathologists work with a highly skilled, supportive, multidisciplinary team to provide a full-range of early intervention therapy services. Active registration with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC, graduation from a recognized Speech-Language Pathology Program, acceptable criminal record check, valid BC driver’s license, and eligibility for membership with Speech-Language and Audiology Canada are required for this position.
Learn more here: Speech-Language Pathologist Job Description

Contact: Joan Beek, Chief SLP
Phone: (250)563-7168 ext 211
Fax: (250)563-8039

Supported Child Development Worker

casual positions available

Supported Child Development workers assist children that require additional support in order to participate in family and group daycares, preschool and after school care settings. Post Secondary training such as Early Childhood Care & Learning (ECCL) Certificate, ECCL Assistant’s Certificate, Education Assistant Certificate or Community School Support (CASS) is required for this position. Minimum 2 years experience working with children with special needs is essential.

Contact: Christy Kubert, SCD Manager
Phone: (250)563-7168 ext 215
Fax: (250)563-8039