Careers

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, Move Up Prince George, Hello BC, and Tourism BC.

Careers and Training with The CDC

The Child Development Centre employs a broad range of family and child service professionals, rehabilitation therapists and administrative personnel.  We are also a training center that offers practical placements for students studying the following professions: Child and Youth Care, Early Childhood Care and Learning, Speech Language Pathology, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation Assistant.

current postings

Available Positions

Accounting Administrator – Part Time

The Child Development Centre is looking for a team-oriented, hardworking, and well-organized individual to join our team.  Working closely with the Executive Director, you will oversee the work of the Child Development Centre’s Accounting Coordinator and Payroll Administrator.  You will play a key management role within the Centre’s operations, utilizing your expertise in accounting, administration, and leadership.  

View full details of the position here: Accounting Administrator – Part Time

Read the complete job description here.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by email or in-person to:

Darrell Roze: careers@cdcpg.org

Speech-Language Pathologist – Full Time, Permanent

An exciting opportunity exists for a Speech-Language Pathologist to join our team of therapists at the Child Development Centre in Prince George, B.C.; the traditional and unceded territory of the Lheildi T’enneh First Nation and Dakelh speaking peoples.

You will have the opportunity to work with a highly skilled, supportive, multidisciplinary team of professionals. Reporting to the Chief S-LP, this position will provide a full-range of virtual and in-person early intervention therapy services, to children from birth to school entry. The Therapist will primarily provide services in Prince George, with overnight visits each month to surrounding communities. We follow a family-centred philosophy and practice. We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package, including a defined rate pension plan, extended medical, dental, long term disability insurance, and more.

View full details here: Speech-Language Pathologist, Full Time, Permanent

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by email to:

Joan Beek, Chief Speech-Language Pathologist: joanb@cdcpg.org

Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant
Full-time, 12-month term with potential for extension

An exciting opportunity exists to join the team at the Child Development Centre in Prince George, B.C., on the traditional and unceded territory of the Lheildi T’enneh First Nation and Dakelh speaking peoples.

The successful applicant will work with a highly skilled and supportive, multidisciplinary team of professionals. Reporting to the Chief Speech-Language Pathologist this position will provide support to the early intervention therapy team.

View full details of the position here: S-LP Assistant, Full Time, 12-month term

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by email to:

Joan Beek, Chief Speech-Language Pathologist: joanb@cdcpg.org

Supported Child Development – Casual Support Worker

Supported Child Development is accepting applications for casual, on-call positions for individuals with Early Childhood Education (ECCL) certificate, Diploma of ECE, ECE Assistant certificate, Community and School Support (CASS) certificate, or other relevant training and qualifications. Valid first aid certificate, clear Criminal Record Check and Class 5 Drivers License are requirements  for the position.

SCD Support Workers provide direct support to children with diverse abilities in licenced preschools, daycares and out of school care programs, where children are encouraged to participate in all aspects of the programs according to their own skills and abilities. SCD professionals fulfill the rewarding role of assisting children in their development while promoting inclusion.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by email to:

Christy Kubert, Manager of Supported Child Development:  christyk@cdcpg.org