Our Clint is one of Australia’s most experienced and respected providers of early education and care services. The Allied Health Team provides access to high quality services for both Exisiting children and families and the wider communities in which they work. Due to demand and a new service opening, the Allied Health Team is expanding!
Our client embraces and supports vulnerable families and those with children with additional needs, in accessing and participating in quality therapy services (including NDIS services).
Exciting opportunities have become available at our brand new, state of the art Service. We are seeking a passionate Senior Speech Pathologist who is looking to really make a difference to the lives of children with developmental disability or developmental delay.
As a member of the Allied Heath Team, you will be working directly with children to deliver high quality Speech therapy as well as providing support to families. You will work alongside a team of experienced administrators and report directly to the Allied Health Manager.
On offer is a permanent full-time position working 8 hours per day, Monday to Friday and accruing one monthly Rostered Day Off (RDO).
As a Speech Pathologist, you will
· Have experience working with children with a disability or developmental delay.
· Be flexible and able to manage a caseload that is based in KU services.
· Be able to work in a transdisciplinary team and have knowledge of NDIS.
Furthermore, the scope of your responsibilities will include:
- liaising with other professionals involved with children receiving speech pathology services where appropriate.
- referring children receiving speech pathology services to other professionals and/or agencies when necessary, in consultation with families and centre staff.
- working collaboratively with all members of the wider Service
- developing and maintaining relationships with external services such as Early Intervention Providers, other Allied Health professionals and mainstream educational and community services.
- administrating initial and review assessments with children and providing written strategies for communication support for the children in the home and centre environments.
To be considered, it is required that you have the following:
- Tertiary Degree in Speech Pathology or equivalent
- Eligibility for membership of Speech Pathology Australia
- AHPRA registration
- Victorian Working with Children Check.
- A valid NDIS Worker Screening Check
- Experience providing speech pathology services to children and families
- Knowledge of NDIS
- Experience working in a transdisciplinary team
Why join us?
This employer has been recognised as a Winner of The Australian Business Awards for Employer of Choice 2016 - 2020.
What you will get :
- Reward - We offer sector leading pay and benefits including salary packaging and discounted private health insurance.
- We Build Careers - We enable and encourage our people to grow and evolve with us
- We Offer an Inclusive Culture - We’ve created a diverse and inclusive working culture with a shared vision and common values.
For further information on this opportunity and others like this please call Abhi Naik at Randstad Healthcare on 1300 289 817
At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background....