Multicultural Services Centre of WA (Inc)'s logo

Speech Pathologist

Multicultural Services Centre of WA (Inc)

About Us

Multicultural Services Centre (MSC) is an established provider of diverse community services to culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) Western Australians. The Centre has been providing a range of programs and services to migrants and refugees for over 40 years. Our Vision is an inclusive society that values diversity.

About the Role

As an integral part of the Centre’s MAHAN (Multicultural Allied Health and Nursing) services, the speech pathologist will contribute to supporting consumers from participants of MSC’s Disability Services Program and Aged Care Program. As part of a multidisciplinary team, the speech pathologist will be dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of Children and families through exceptional speech pathology services. They pride lies in offering a distinctive array of tools and programs designed to support individuals in their communication and speech development journey, complemented by therapeutic- based professional services.

Tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Deliver a broad range of therapy services to a diverse caseload including standardised and non-standardised assessment for clients with a range of speech and language difficulties
  • Conduct diagnostic assessment and reports for children and adolescents in capacity of speech therapist as part of multidisciplinary team
  • Provide clinical feedback to families and other stakeholders/referring agencies as required
  • Providing assessment and intervention for children or Clients facing various communication challenges
  • Working with team to positively improve any services being delivered. Be heard


  • Perform other duties as directed by their line manager and/or CEO.


  • Completed a recognised tertiary qualification in Speech pathology or related field.
  • Full SPA registration as Speech Pathologist
  • Professional experience in the relevant field as Speech Pathology
  • Unrestricted work permit
  • Compliance with relevant state government health mandates
  • Proven ability to establish meaningful relationships with a variety of stakeholders and be able to demonstrate and validate repeat referral sources
  • Experience delivering services in NDIS / Community specialty area is an added advantage
  • Valid WA Driver’s License
  • National Police Clearance and Working with Children's check.
  • COVID-19 vaccination certificate


  • Fluency in a language other than English;
  • Experience working with people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) backgrounds.

Email me more jobs like this.