Speech Pathologist – Community-based, Perth Metro
You will be joining a company that is an NDIS registered service provider with their vision of supporting, promoting and upholding the care needs of their clients. Their core mission is to support meaningful and valuable services to the community.
They are a not-for-profit organisation who recognizes and treats people with disabilities with deep respect, dignity, and as equal citizens. They aim to build and strengthen community connections, identify opportunities for people with disabilities and to create resilient, cohesive, diverse, and inclusive communities.
What are the benefits of working with this company?
- Competitive pay between $46 – $55 per hour – between $90k and $108k
- Full salary packaging available – $15,900 + $2,650 (entertainment and food)
- Working with a multi-disciplinary team
- Professional Development Allowance
- Supportive management and senior leadership
- 97c per km for ALL travel covered
As the Speech Pathologist, you will work closely with NDIS participants with psychosocial disability and support workers to delivery quality, person-centred, and customer focused outcomes in an efficient and safe working environment.
The duties and responsibilities of the Physiotherapist will include, but not be limited to:
- Provide assessment, intervention and evaluation for NDIS participants
- Provide speech pathology clinical practice in direct care delivery through application of evidence-based practice and policy
- Educate, support and liaise with participants, carers, colleagues, medical, nursing, allied health professionals to provide multi-disciplinary care
- Ensure all documentation is appropriately updated to the clinical standard required by Speech Pathology Australia and the NDIS
- Adhere to code of ethics and practices
- Participate in review meetings and case conferences as appropriate
To be considered for the role, you will have at least 1 year experience in a similar community-based NDIS role along with:
- Tertiary degree in Speech Pathology
- Current and full registration with Speech Pathology Australia
- Excellent communication skills
- Excellent time management and organisational skills
- Current police clearance
- Current WA Working with Children Check and NDIS worker check
- Current driving licence
- Full Australian working rights
If you feel you have the relevant experience, then please submit your most recent resume outlining your relevant experience for immediate consideration.
Alternatively, contact our dedicated Allied Health consultant for Talent Quarter via the below:
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 08 6255 6530