Clinician

Clinicians plan and deliver programs that prevent or correct distress or disability resulting from speech, language and hearing disorders among the general public.

Positions allocated to this series are those in which one or more of the following duties is of primary importance:

  • Functioning as a member of a team in a public health unit, planning and delivering a program of identification, assessment, treatment and prevention to a specified population group
  • Functioning as a speech/language pathologist or audiologist within an institution providing direct in-patient and out-patient care
  • Functioning as a specialist in the patient assessment, treatment, planning or prevention aspects of the program
  • Supervising the above functions

Excluded from the series are positions in which it's primarily important to

  • Provide physical therapy which is not related to speech or hearing
  • Provide psychological, occupational or radiological therapy, nursing care or social assistance services
  • Fitting, adjust, repair and maintain prosthetic devices not involved in the remediation of speech, language, and hearing disorders

Applicable Job Codes

  BCGEU
Job Code 502102
Salary Plan GEU
Bargaining Unit Code 3

Salary

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Applicable Job Codes

  BCGEU
Job Code 502103
Salary Plan GEU
Bargaining Unit Code 3

Salary

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Rates effective April 2, 2017

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Previous Pay Rates

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