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Speech Pathologist


Employer: Windermere
Work Type/s: Part Time
Classification/s: Health Care & Allied Health
Sector/s: Not For Profit (NFP)
Location: Melbourne

Job posted on: 14 August, 2019.
Applications close: 28 September, 2019. (Expired)

Where everyone is someone in our community.

Windermere aims to assist people with a disability to identify support that really matters most to them. Our team of talented Speech Pathologists provides support to children and youth aged 0 -18 years who may have delays or difficulties with their communication and development, including speech language and social skills.

Windermere is a registered service provider under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and with more than 20 years' experience in providing services to Victorians living with a disability or developmental delays, we understand the NDIS and how it may impact our consumers.

About the opportunity:

We are currently seeking an experienced Speech Pathologist to join our Early Intervention & Therapy Services team. Working remotely and from our modern facilities in Berwick / Pakenham, this part-time ongoing position is perfect for a confident and positive professional who wants to join an organisation who lives by their strong values to help strengthen our community.

As a Speech Pathologist, you will be responsible for delivering evidence informed intervention strategies, standard assessments and parent training to empower families to increase their child's communication and active participation in social and educational settings. You will provide key worker support and advice to families and children in relation to speaking, listening, understanding language, fluency and social skills.

Our ideal candidate has:

  • Tertiary qualifications in Speech Pathology and current registration with relevant professional body
  • Sound theoretical knowledge, ideally with a minimum of 4 years discipline specific clinical experience, with particular reference to paediatric practice 0-18 years
  • Demonstrated knowledge of typical development and common conditions such as autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy and developmental delay
  • Knowledge and skill in the assessment, implementation and evaluation of plans and services for children and families
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively as part of a team as well as working independently, including office based or remote offsite location
  • Current Victorian Drivers' License

This position is perfect for a confident and positive professional who wants to join an organisation who lives by their strong values to help strengthen our community.

Why Windermere?

Windermere fosters a culture of flexibility, support and wellbeing. We have a wide range of workplace benefits including flexible work hours, rostered days off, gifted days off, 17.5% annual leave loading, Flexible Leave Scheme (50/52), study leave, generous salary packaging and the opportunity for professional development.

How to apply for this job

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