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Job Number : 28595
Type and Location : Health / Sydney
Listed By : Disability Services Australia on 9 Sep 2019
Speech Pathologist (Graduate Position)

Enhance Health Services is seeking a full time new graduate Speech Pathologist to join their growing allied health team. Enhance is a professional and well-established allied health service within Disability Services Australia (DSA) and this is a fantastic opportunity to work with mainly adolescent and adult clients within the disability sector in a supportive professional environment.

Benefits: 

·         Chance to be part of a well-respected and values based organisation

·         Opportunity to working within a professional supportive clinical team with a senior speech pathologist

·         Competitive salary and a generous car allowance

·         Tax free salary sacrificing benefit

·         Opportunity to work autonomously and still be part of a team

·         Regular team training and supervision

·         Great work life balance

Main Responsibilities:

·         Be able to provide a range of assessments and interventions using an evidence based approach

·         Conduct AAC assessments and implement a range of AAC strategies

·         Conduct Oral Eating and Drinking Care Plans with reports (i.e. mealtime management plans)

·         Complete communication reports and provide valued recommendations

To be successful in this role you will have:-

·         Relevant Speech Pathology tertiary qualification

·         Current CPSP Certification with Speech Pathology Australia.

·         Will consider Provisional CPSP if working towards an upgrade to Certified Practising membership.

·         Current Australian Driver’s Licence with access to a reliable car and a willingness to drive around Greater Sydney during work hours

·         Demonstrated high-level written and verbal communication skills

·         Have well developed computer literacy

·         Excellent time management skills

·         Have a valid WWCC and willingness to undertake a national police check as part of the employment checks


If this sounds like the role for you please click ‘APPLY’ 
via dmilligan@dsa.org.au  with a current resume outlining your relevant experience and qualifications. 

DSA is an EEO employer with a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from all members of the community

 

Contact Details
Desmond Milligan - dmilligan@dsa.org.au or 0498 053 277




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