Are you a Speech Pathologist (including new grads) looking for a new role in regional WA?
Do you want to work for a company that provides you with excellent benefits, including relocation and accommodation assistance?
Are you passionate about supporting paediatric patients to meet their communication needs?
Then this is the role for you!
Our client, who are a leading paediatric therapy service in the Northwest, are looking for recruit Speech Pathologists to their team on either a permanent or contractual basis. They have proven success as a local regional allied health and mental health provider, which is based on their understanding of the challenges to providing high quality care in remote Western Australia.
They are a multi-disciplinary team who are solutions focused and collaborate creatively to support children with a wide variety of needs. They are a registered NDIS provider and are committed to supporting choice and control.
As the Speech Therapist, you will be working with other Allied Health professionals to work alongside clients and their families. You’ll build strong relationships to provide assessment and intervention services to paediatric clients with developmental delay and/or disability to achieve real change and improve quality of lives.
The duties and responsibilities of the Speech Therapist will include, but not be limited to:
- Providing evidence-based, innovative and high-quality services to patients
- Assessment and diagnosis of children and young people presenting with communication and/or feeding disorders
- Evaluate the effectiveness of therapy programs and services
- Consulting with family, school and other relevant stakeholders regarding assessment, diagnosis and management, including those clients with complex needs
- Participate in multidisciplinary assessment and treatment programs
- Maintain own calendar and client database
What’s in it for you?
In addition to working with a great multi-disciplinary team, you will also receive the following benefits when working with this company:
- Flexible working arrangements with a 9-day fortnight/rostered days off
- Paid Professional Development Leave – up to 3 days paid leave (pro-rata)
- Rural Health West Scholarship available – up to $10,000 per annum, subject to eligibility criteria and acceptance of application
- Structured clinical supervision, which includes multi-disciplinary training workshops every 6 weeks
- Professional growth and development
- Work laptop, mobile phone (during clinic hours) and vehicle to attend appointments
- Relocation assistance
- Accommodation support
- Access to a quality Employee Assistance Program
In order to be considered for the role, you will have:
- Tertiary qualification in Speech Pathology and eligible for full membership of Speech Pathology Australia (SPA)
- Current police clearance
- Current WA Working with Children Check and NDIS worker check
- Current driving licence
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 consultants for Talent Quarter via the below:
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 08 6255 6530
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 08 6388 0713