Speech Language Pathologist - Yeerongpilly and/or Taigum
- : Deaf Services
- : 09-Oct-2020
- : Yeerongpilly QLD 4105
With a vision of individuals and community empowered, connected and achieving, Deaf Services delivers programs and supports to enable the Deaf community to live full and independent lives.
Deaf Services works with all Australians to create a more inclusive and accessible community through information referrals, advocacy and education.
With over 110 years of experience working with Deaf Australians, Deaf Services continues to deliver for the community as a registered service provider under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and an approved provider of home care for seniors.
About the Hear for Kids TEAM
Hear for Kids provides speech language pathology, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, psychology and teacher of the deaf services to deaf and hard of hearing infants, children and adults and their families across a number of programs, including NDIS. Services are provided both during the day and after school, both onsite at our clinics and in community locations.
Hear for Kids is seeking a Speech Language Pathologist to join our Brisbane team. This exciting role would suit an experienced SLP wanting to work with deaf and hard of hearing infants, children and adults in the community and not-for-profit sector.
The role is responsible for screening, assessing and treating clients based on their individual needs/goal, writing reports and home programs, and provide family inclusive support, so you must be a strong communicator and have the ability to handle a busy caseload.
The role is flexible and family-friendly: either full-time or four days a week.
To be successful in this role you will need:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Speech Pathology (or equivalent) plus 2 years’ experience preferably with paediatrics and disability and knowledge of typical and atypical development
- Practising Member of Speech Pathology Australia
- Current Queensland Blue Card holder
- Current Driver’s Licence and own vehicle (mileage reimbursed)
- Experience in Auslan highly regarded
- Experience in telepractice highly regarded
- Evidence of ongoing education/professional development relevant to deafness highly regarded
As a not-for-profit, Deaf Services offers a range of benefits including being part of a dedicated and professional transdisciplinary team working with deaf and hard of hearing children and adults, ongoing training and development, salary packaging, reduced taxable income and membership to Team Advantage, our staff benefits program.
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