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Speech Pathologist

Job description

Talent Quarter are delighted to be supporting our growing client within the mental health sector to add an experienced Speech Pathologist to join their team on a permanent basis.

***Please note, sponsorship opportunities are not available – suitable applicants must have full working rights in Australia***

The company

With beautiful newly refurbished offices in West Perth, you will be joining a rapidly growing team of mental health professionals and administration team, whose vision is to support their clients and families in accessing neurodevelopmental assessments and mental health services.

They do this through their organisational values which consist of: Compassion in understanding each clients’ unique journey; Innovation in care with progressive therapeutic approaches; Holistic well-being whereby they prioritise the development of each client; and Collaborative support where they work closely with the clients’ families to create a united front.

The role

As the Speech Pathologist, you will be supporting paediatric and adolescent clients, up to the age of 25, who have mental health and developmental delays. This is a private practice, so you will be supporting private practice clients in your role.


  • Provide assessment, intervention and evaluation for your clients
  • 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
  • Adhere to code of ethics and practices
  • Participate in review meetings and case conferences as appropriate

About you

To be considered for the role of Speech Pathologist, you will be a passionate and motivated Speech Pathologist with at least 2 years’ experience.

In addition to this, you will also have:

  • A 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
  • WWCC
  • Full Australian Working Rights

If you have the experience and knowledge required for the role of Speech Pathologist and the drive to make a difference in this growing business, then get in touch now for a confidential chat and immediate consideration.

Contact Lorraine now on:

[email protected]
0485 858 873

West Perth, Western Australia
Medical and Nursing

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