Paediatric Speech Pathologist
- : Windermere
- : 08-Jun-2020
- : Pakenham VIC 3810
- Fixed Term Parental leave position (potential for ongoing)
- Part-time or Full-Time
- Berwick, Cranbourne and Pakenham location
Closing Date: 11 June 2020Windermere - your new organisation
Windermere is one of the largest and fastest growing independent community services in Melbourne’s South-East and Gippsland Region. Since our beginning more than 150 years ago, we have been working to create a strong, more connected and supported community. We get in early to find the right solutions for the many and varied complex issues faced by children, families and individuals.
At Windermere our many services work together with consumers for a better life.About the Role:
Do you enjoy working with consumers to build their capacity and reach set goals?
Are you a creative problem solver motivated by your contribution to real outcomes for real people?
Do you enjoy working with like-minded Allied Health professionals who are genuinely passionate about what they do?
As a Windermere Paediatric Speech Pathologist, you will:
deliver a broad range of evidence informed intervention strategies, standardised assessments and parent training to increase communication and active participation in social and educational settings for children;
undertake face to face consultation and relationship building in natural environments, schools and kindergartens as well as our modern office facilities and therapy spaces;
liaise and collaborate with a transdisciplinary team to design and deliver comprehensive support plans; and
provide key worker support and advice to families and children in relation to speaking, listening, understanding language, fluency and social skills.
We know you are spoilt for choice in the vibrant NDIS marketplace, where new and better opportunities exist for consumers to access the quality services they need. Services providers need the best people to deliver these quality services. Which is why we want you!
You are confident and enthusiastic with a ‘can-do’ attitude. You are self-motivated and can work independently to meet set targets, as well as forming part of a collaborative, family focused and holistic transdisciplinary team. You are adaptable and resilient and thrive in a fast-paced environment where continuous improvement of your practice ensures you make a real and lasting difference to the lives of your consumers.
At Windermere, our people aspire to be the best. Collaboration, innovation and opportunity are the foundation of our workplace environment. We welcome people who want exciting careers in high performing teams.About Us
We embrace flexibility and empower our people to learn, grow and become truly extraordinary.
We provide our future leaders with structure supervision and continuous learning and development opportunities to advance and grow their careers as well.
We support your practice by providing you with the best tools and technology, allowing you to do more and do it better for consumers.
We value diversity in the workplace and care about ensuring you balance your commitments and interests outside of work with your professional goals.
We have a wide range of social, financial and health benefits to support your wellbeing, including team building days, flexible working arrangements, purchased leave, gifted days off, RDOs, leave loading, salary packaging, extra personal leave, vaccinations and confidential free counselling services (EAP).
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