Pediatric Speech Pathologist - Group and Individual services

Job Title: Pediatric Speech Pathologist - Group and Individual services
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Forest Hill, Victoria
Industry: Allied Health
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: PIC - CN_1611892336
Contact Name: Permanent Team
Contact Email:
Job Published: Jan 29, 2021

Job Description

About the company:

We are committed to providing care and support to individuals with communication, speech, language or social difficulties.

We are a small team of 5 practitioners who have a loyal clientele, a solid referral base and a respected reputation. We are known for our creative group programs as well as individualised services.

We provide advice, assessments, in-school support, individual consultations, parent coaching, social communication programs and workshops. Our service delivery model includes Telehealth as well as face to face consultations. We reflect a multi-disciplinary care approach, prioritising the individual needs of our clients. We have developed innovative programs, some of which are current pilot research projects.

Our practice offers mentoring/support from within the clinic and additional consultative support from external mental health professionals is provided on a routine basis. Professional development is strongly encouraged and subsidised by the practice

The role:

  • Dynamic and innovative practice looking for a speech-language pathologist to join our team in Caulfield North.
  • This position offers excellent opportunity to work with experienced professionals to offer a wide range of services.

Duties include:

Work with clients and their families to assist in identifying and prioritising areas of need.

Carry out individual assessments of clients across a range of settings (e.g. clinic, school, community settings, home) using evidence-based practice frameworks, standardised and non-standardised assessments in areas including but not limited to:

  • Articulation and oral motor skills
  • Phonemic awareness and literacy skills
  • Expressive and receptive communication skills
  • Social interaction and pragmatic language skills
  • Communication participation level at home, kinder and school.

Provide speech pathology interventions, individual and/or group programs, related to the identified goals using evidence-based practice frameworks. Provide feedback and comprehensive reports as required.

Essential Criteria:

  • Minimum 12 months experience
  • Speech Pathology Australia member
  • Working with Children's Check
  • Own vehicle
  • Ability to work independently and in a team

If you are interested in finding out more about the role, please contact Lucy Pegler on 0390 810 564 or

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