An outstanding opportunity exists for a Speech Pathologist to join a National Allied Health company who are continuously growing their team to meet the therapeutic demands of people living with a disability.
You would be joining a close-knit team that work together to provide quality therapeutic services and demonstrate sound moral and ethical principles in the delivery of their services. They are honest, creative, and committed to both their people and clients to meet and exceed their goals.
Experienced Speech Pathologists and early career therapists are both encouraged to apply for this position. Junior therapists will be adequately supported by a mentor and there is an opportunity for an experienced therapist to take on a team leader role, being half clinical, half non-clinical.
- Join a passionate and supportive team
- Strong focus on growth and career progression
- Full-time and Part-time opportunities available with flexible working conditions
- Evaluating patients’ capabilities through clinical screening and assessments
- Evaluating patients’ functional status in their home, work/school and leisure environments to provide an inclusive model of practice.
- Establishing and planning treatment goals
- Implementing the plan of care through direct treatment
- Ongoing evaluation and review of care plans and therapy programs to ensure the needs of the client is met
- Providing instruction and education to patient, family, and caregivers
- Recording, maintaining, and providing accurate, timely documentation of patient treatment and progress
- Maintaining professional relationships with clients in adherence to legislative requirements and guidelines
- Relevant tertiary qualification
- Registration with SPA
- Confidence working within a multidisciplinary team
- Must have a passion for improving the quality of life for children and adults living with a disability
- Ability to relate to clients with empathy
- Positive can-do attitude, strong communicator, trustworthy and a team player
- Innovative in your approach to supporting clients
- Valid Driver’s License as travel will be required
- National police check and a Working with Children Check required
- Experience in the NDIS/disability sector is desirable but not essential.
There are full time and part time opportunities available.