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Please browse through our job openings and submit your resume to: nancy@riverinaspeechpathology.com.au at your earliest convenience.

Speech Language Pathologist (Full-Time, Part-Time or Locum)

We are looking for a passionate, caring, and organised Speech-Language Pathologist to join our growing team in Wagga Wagga. Is that you?

About Us: 

Established in 2010, Riverina Speech Pathology is a vibrant private practice consisting of a highly trained and experienced team. We are committed to working collaboratively with clients of all ages to help them achieve the best possible outcomes. We ensure to provide evidence-based interventions in an individual format to equip the clients with the skills they need to succeed. 


At Riverina Speech Pathology our values are: Quality, Integrity, Family, Professionalism, Respect and Ambition, Fun, Loyalty, Learning, Dedication and Success.


We value our employees and clients and strive to achieve the very best in all areas of our work. Based in Wagga Wagga, the area itself is a vibrant regional city that rests on the banks of the beautiful Murrumbidgee River. The rich culture, history and heritage that Wagga Wagga offers makes it a fast-growing destination. 


Why Join Us: 

  • Admin Support: administration and diary management support.

  • Collaboration: a friendly, engaging and collaborative team who love what they do - regular scheduled team meetings and peer consultations as well as online team group chats.

  • Culture: a professional and relaxed team environment.

  • Innovation: we encourage innovation and work within best practice modes of therapy and assessment for each discipline.

  • Professional Development: ongoing support to meet your CPD requirements including professional development planning with paid external PDs.

  • Resources: our clinic has an extensive shared resource library with therapy tools and assessments for psychology, speech pathology and occupational therapy.

  • Salary: Highly attractive/generous competitive remuneration with above award rates on offer based on skills, qualifications and experience.

  • Social: regular social events with the team.

  • Supervision / Mentoring: ongoing structured support is tailored to suit your skill level, experience and professional requirements to ensure you are able to provide best practice support. Regular scheduled individual / group supervision and support.

  • Access: Access to up-to-date assessments and therapy resources with be available to help you succeed in the role

  • Environment: Clean, welcoming environment, modern, well-equipped rooms with ergonomic furniture and updated technology

  • Career Path: Opportunity to play to your strength and encouragement to develop an ongoing career path.

ABOUT THE ROLE

We have a position for a passionate and enthusiastic Speech Pathologist to join our innovative and dynamic team on a part time, full time or locum basis in our clinic based in Wagga Wagga.

The role would commence as soon as possible to take over the building caseload. In this role, you will strive to deliver quality therapy to our clients and will be required to provide services in accordance with Speech Pathology Australia's Code of Ethics within our two clinics, local schools, and pre-schools. We encourage recent graduates to apply for the role! Full mentoring and supervision are provided.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to

  • Provide family centered assessment and intervention to paediatric and adult clients with difficulties in the areas of speech, language, fluency, literacy, social skills, Autism Spectrum Disorder, other disabilities.

  • Maintain client records and manage a clinical caseload independently. 

  • Cloud based system- Training provided 

  • Full admin support provided 


SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology) or equivalent 

  • Registered as a CPSP member of Speech Pathology Australia 

  • Current and valid NSW driver's licence and vehicle

  • Police check and a current Working with Children Check  

  • Professional Indemnity Insurance 

  • Medicare provider number or willingness to obtain one 

  • Current first aid certificate 

  • Excellent time management and organisational skills 

  • Exceptional ability to work within a team environment

  • Effective verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills 

  • Ability to build strong working relationships with clients and their families

  •  Confident and competent working and liaising with teachers, parents and other health professionals

HOW TO APPLY

If this sounds like an opportunity you would be interested in, please click 'SUBMIT YOUR RESUME' button with your attached resume and cover letter.


TARGET START DATE

Immediate Start