Speech Pathologist

Location: Mandurah
Discipline: Allied Health
Salary: $80000 to $103000
Contact name: Aaron Winders

Contact email: aaron.winders@curamoir-hr.com.au
Job ref: 33965
Published: about 1 month ago
On Offer:
  • Excellent Salary: $80,000 - $103,000 + Super
  • Generous salary sacrifice benefits (Up to $15,000!)
  • Travel Allowances 
  • Major propensity for career progression with lots of training and development 
  • Flexible working (Part time and full time and propensity to work from home, flexible start times for school runs)
  • We strive to make your case load local with limited travel!
  • Professional Development allowance
  • Join a vibrant and multi cultural organisation with strong values
  • Employee EAP Assistance program
  • Fortnightly pay
  • Sponsorship available
  • Multiple locations around metro Perth.

The Role:
The Speech Pathologist delivers quality, person centered customer focused outcomes for people being supported by our client in an efficient and safe working environment. 

The purpose of this role is to actively support the needs of individual NDIS participants by providing expert speech pathology services through evidence-based practice and policy, as well as assist Support Coordinators and Support Workers.

  • Provide speech pathology assessment, intervention, and evaluation for NDIS
  • Provide speech pathology clinical practice in direct care delivery through
    application of evidence-based practice and policy
  • Educate, support, and liaise with participants, carers, colleagues, medical,
    nursing, allied health, to provide coordinated multidisciplinary care.
  • Participate in review meetings and case conferences as appropriate.
  • Ensure maintenance of appropriate clinical documentation up to the standard
    required by Speech Pathology Australia and the NDIS.

  • Tertiary Qualification in Speech Pathology and registered with AHPRA to practice in Australia
  • Drivers Licence, Police Check , NDIS Screening Check, WWCC
  • Demonstrated experience of working with people with disability, psychosocial disability, families, and carers
  • Experience working in paediatric health (0-18 years) and early intervention
  • Demonstrated experience in the delivery of services to people with a disability, or Psychosocial Disability providing a professional and positive outlook and commitment to support and promote individual needs,  skills, abilities, and personal goals for people with disability
  • Demonstrated commitment to the values of dignity, respect, inclusion empowerment, confidentiality, and  strength-based practice.

If you would like a confidential discussion about this role, please send a copy of your resume to Aaron.Winders@Curamoir-hr.com.au or call 0414 318 360.