Speech Pathologist
Willow Health
  • locationPicton, WA
  • salaryNot disclosed
  • full-time 24 February 2021
  • locationPicton, WA
  • salaryNot disclosed
  • full-time
Job Description

Description Willow Health is home to a mixed-caseload speech pathology service in Picton, South of Sydney. We are seeking a client focussed speech pathologist to join the team of this expanding service. New graduate and experienced speech pathologists are welcome to apply. Willow Health is a unique service priding itself on the development of ongoing collaborative relationships with the clients and families we serve, and the wider community. We prioritise work-life balance and will support your ongoing professional development and career goals; working together to deliver high quality evidence-based care and an enriching and enjoyable work environment. The position will provide the successful applicant with: The choice of a full-time or part-time position; and mixed or paediatric caseload Flexible work hours to support work-life balance Time allocated within your work day to complete client documentation and to prepare for your sessions A generous professional development allowance Ongoing mentoring and supervision tailored to your experience level and career goals Administration support for non-clinical tasks including client booking, scheduling and invoicing A varied word day - we value the opportunity for clinicians to participate in research, to develop and deliver education to clients and the community, and to take the time to develop their own skills and be innovative in the service they provide In the role you will be required to: Complete assessments and provide ongoing intervention for children with a range of speech, language, complex communication, fluency, voice and literacy needs Ensure up to date clinical documentation: including progress notes, reports, and correspondence with referring GPs Develop individual and group intervention programs, and develop and conduct in-services and information sessions Provide in-clinic, school, day care based and home / community based services Complete assessments and provide ongoing care for older adults living at home and in residential aged care with swallowing, mealtime and communication needs (Mixed caseload position) Develop and maintain collaborative, professional relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, including parents and carers, GPs, principals, teachers and school support staff Participate in weekly supervision Engage in ongoing professional development Ensure all services provided are evidence-based, within scope of practice and consistent with your level of clinical experience Adhere to the Speech Pathology Australia Code of Ethics, workplace policies and legal requirements Model and promote a workplace and business culture consistent with the values of Willow Health Requirements Essential Requirements A relevant accredited degree in speech pathology. Registration and current membership with Speech Pathology Australia (or eligibility for and willingness to obtain) / (CPSP status desirable). A current NSW working with children check and national police check. A current NSW driver's license. A commitment to high quality evidence-based care and ongoing professional development

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Speech Pathologist

  • Job Details:
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    Picton, WA, Any
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    24 February 2021
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Job Description

Description Willow Health is home to a mixed-caseload speech pathology service in Picton, South of Sydney. We are seeking a client focussed speech pathologist to join the team of this expanding service. New graduate and experienced speech pathologists are welcome to apply. Willow Health is a unique service priding itself on the development of ongoing collaborative relationships with the clients and families we serve, and the wider community. We prioritise work-life balance and will support your ongoing professional development and career goals; working together to deliver high quality evidence-based care and an enriching and enjoyable work environment. The position will provide the successful applicant with: The choice of a full-time or part-time position; and mixed or paediatric caseload Flexible work hours to support work-life balance Time allocated within your work day to complete client documentation and to prepare for your sessions A generous professional development allowance Ongoing mentoring and supervision tailored to your experience level and career goals Administration support for non-clinical tasks including client booking, scheduling and invoicing A varied word day - we value the opportunity for clinicians to participate in research, to develop and deliver education to clients and the community, and to take the time to develop their own skills and be innovative in the service they provide In the role you will be required to: Complete assessments and provide ongoing intervention for children with a range of speech, language, complex communication, fluency, voice and literacy needs Ensure up to date clinical documentation: including progress notes, reports, and correspondence with referring GPs Develop individual and group intervention programs, and develop and conduct in-services and information sessions Provide in-clinic, school, day care based and home / community based services Complete assessments and provide ongoing care for older adults living at home and in residential aged care with swallowing, mealtime and communication needs (Mixed caseload position) Develop and maintain collaborative, professional relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, including parents and carers, GPs, principals, teachers and school support staff Participate in weekly supervision Engage in ongoing professional development Ensure all services provided are evidence-based, within scope of practice and consistent with your level of clinical experience Adhere to the Speech Pathology Australia Code of Ethics, workplace policies and legal requirements Model and promote a workplace and business culture consistent with the values of Willow Health Requirements Essential Requirements A relevant accredited degree in speech pathology. Registration and current membership with Speech Pathology Australia (or eligibility for and willingness to obtain) / (CPSP status desirable). A current NSW working with children check and national police check. A current NSW driver's license. A commitment to high quality evidence-based care and ongoing professional development


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