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Speech Pathologists

Can:Do Group

About the role

Our Speech Pathologists work as part of a multi-disciplinary clinical team that supports a family-centred practice model, supporting each child to develop the skills needed so that they can engage meaningfully in home, school, and community life.

Working in a mix of clinical and community settings, our Speech Pathologists collaborate with families, their supports and other service providers to maximise the outcomes for each child and family.

Our team works across the Adelaide region, based from our Welland, North Adelaide or new Noarlunga locations. Due to our expansion, we have a range of full and part-time roles available at entry, mid and senior levels.

About you

Your passion for family centred practice, building family capacity and working towards functional goals, alongside your commitment to professional development and growth will be the foundation to your success in this role.

Demonstrating professional expertise and competence, your experience in the provision of Speech Pathology services with children and young people will see you delivering high-quality services to a mix of clients.

You are someone who can work autonomously but also work well in a collaborative environment and is not afraid to offer up new suggestions and take ownership of your work.

Our ideal candidate has;

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications
  • Current Certified Practising Member of Speech Pathology Australia;
  • Experience in the provision of Speech Pathology services with early intervention and/or youth aged clients, working with children and young people across a range of diagnoses.
  • Knowledge of working across a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Experience in liaising with other professionals in the health/disability sector.

Shape the future of service delivery in our new state-of-the-art centre

Our vision is a place where shared goals bring about real improvements in people’s real lives. Where the focus is on early intervention and people are seen holistically, as individuals, as members of a family and as part of a connected, safe and healthy community. A place where we celebrate the outcomes achieved by the people we support, and you can clearly see the impact we have on the community.

The Can:Do Group will make this vision reality by building Can:Do South, a revolutionary place and service model that provides support to people who are deaf, blind or have sensory needs – and the local community.

About us

At Can:Do we strive together to build inclusive communities and give people the skills to live a life without limits. Be it through speech or sign, touch or technology, we will support every person who is Deaf, blind, hard of hearing, has low vision or other sensory needs to be the best they can be.

With over 140 years of experience, we are the leading experts in specialist sensory services in South Australia.

The Can:Do Group encompasses South Australia's two oldest charitable services, Can:Do 4Kids, Townsend House and Deaf Can:Do, The Royal South Australian Deaf Society. The Group also incorporates an Audiology business, Can:Do Hearing whose profits directly contribute to our charitable services.

Caring | Connected | Courageous | Conscientious

The salary for this role is commensurate with qualifications and experience. In addition to the base salary, you can access generous salary packaging options that may significantly increase your take-home pay.

People from diverse backgrounds and/or with lived experience of disability are encouraged to apply.

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