Aspect Therapy are recruiting for full time and part time Speech Pathologists to join our growing team.
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If you share our passion for making a difference in the lives of individuals on the autism spectrum - please read on!
Multiple opportunities available - commencing in January 2020
Approx. $69k FTE starting salary package - inclusive of superannuation
Extensive training in autism and PBS is provided
Specialised discipline specific framework
Start your day from home, providing supports in natural settings in the community including homes and educational settings
Internal and external professional development opportunities
Join an experienced, multidisciplinary team of professionals
The therapy team employs over 200 allied health therapists and delivers services which are person and family-centred, flexible, responsive and evidence-informed for individuals of all ages on the autism spectrum. This role will see you building and nurturing connections in therapy environments including the community, schools, preschools and early education settings.
What do we offer?
A competitive salary package (including attractive and tax effective salary packaging benefits)
Excellent internal and external professional development opportunities
Comprehensive support and supervision - clinical, face to face, discipline specific and individualised
Opportunities to take on research projects and other responsibilities
Different group based programs and provide therapy in a school setting
Communities of practice facilitated by experienced staff
Connections with highly experienced therapy staff who are members of the larger therapy team
Interesting and varied work with a comprehensive structured training program to ensure you are best skilled to make a difference in your new role
Your manager will support your individual learning needs
You will be trained on tier 1, 2, 3 Positive Behaviour Support
Annual therapy conference
What will you bring to the role?
Tertiary qualification in Speech Pathology
Eligible for registration with Speech Pathology Australia
Passion to engage and empathise with individuals on the autism spectrum and their families and carers
Ability to use assessment skills & tailor evidence-base interventions to meet the needs of individuals on the autism spectrum & their families or carers
Outstanding organisational, communication, written and presentation skills
Ability to organise a roster and keep up to date records
Ability to empower others to implement and maintain strategies
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Current valid driver’s licence and use of own vehicle for business purposes - reimbursed per kilometre
Willingness to travel across your local LGAs
Working With Children Check clearance or equivalent check for paid employment