Job title: Speech Pathologist wanted in Nowra, NSW
Hours: 40 Hours a week
Salary: $60K to $98K (Depending on Experience)
Location: Nowra, NSW
Our client is located in Nowra, NSW and is seeking a full time Speech pathologist.
Our Client is one of Australia’s leading Allied Health Company’s, with several locations across NSW and Tasmania.
You will work within a multi-disciplinary team consisting of Occupational Therapists, Exercise Physiologists, Speech Pathologists, and Dietitians all under the one roof.
You will be exposed to a vast variety of patient conditions and patient streams and includes paediatric and adults’ clients. With a strong NDIS and disability focus , this will be challenging and rewarding role for the right person, with lots of scope for development and diverse application of your professional skills and experience
Roles & Responsibilities:
This is a full time, permanent role in which you will be exposed to a vast variety of patient conditions and patient streams and includes paediatric and adults’ clients.
This role will suit someone looking to challenge themselves and expand their knowledge and skill set in their area of interest/expertise, while being supported and mentored by a highly experienced and passionate Speech Pathologist Manager
NDIS & disability caseload.
Assessment and diagnosis of communication disorders.
Design, trial and implementation of low tech and high-tech communication devices.
Develop, implement, monitor and review treatment plans.
Assessment and management of swallowing difficulties.
Coordinating with other allied health professionals and GP’s.
Provide education to clients, families, the community and other practitioners/ staff.
Involvement in health promotions, quality improvement activities
New Graduates can also apply
A generous base salary + travel allowance + Superannuation.
Dynamic, positive work environment in a supportive, passionate, committed and professional company.
Support and mentoring from committed, professional SP Manager.
Multi-disciplinary practice – working with friendly and supportive teams.
Annual professional development fund and ongoing opportunities for professional development.
Ability to work in Australia
Degree in Speech Pathology and registration with SPA
Must provide a current Working with Children Check and National Police Check
Current driver’s license and own vehicle are essentia
Ability to build rapport with our clients and team
Strong communication skills.
Proven written and verbal communication skills and clear report writing skills.