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Speech Pathologist

The Benevolent Society’s ECEI services support early childhood activities and interventions that improve the independence and social participation of children with a disability or developmental delay aged 0 – 6 years.

Our ECEI services are family-centred, and are delivered in a child’s natural setting. Where a child is need of longer term support, we will assist families to access the NDIS.

About the role

As one of our Speech Pathologists, you will work within a multi-disciplinary team to provide early intervention services to children with a development delay and/or disability and their families. Alongside other Child & Family professionals, you will work collaboratively to undertake assessments, identify strengths, promote positive family relationships, and develop individualised client plans.

You will draw on your deep understanding of early childhood development to coordinate delivery of specialised therapy and intervention activities and services, with a particular focus on early childhood education, to assess and support children with developmental delays and/or disabilities.

Who’s the team?

We are a team of Child Development Specialists, Child & Family Practitioners, Allied Health Professionals with a supportive Manager and Workplace Trainers. 

We are committed to high quality work, very welcoming and believe with the right support every parent has potential to make lasting life changes.

Terms: Max term (12 month), full time role based in the Moreton Bay Region.

Why  work with The Benevolent Society?

  • We set you up for success with a buddy, structured orientation & mobile tools
  • We use technology to connect our Speech Pathology team across geographies
  • We celebrate the best life moments; the small acts that make a difference within our teams and with our clients
  • Salary packaging, meals and entertainment card and discount program available

What you need to succeed?

You will be a member of Speech Pathology Australia and have:

  • Experience providing communication and feeding support to children
  • Ability to appropriately respond to the needs of people of all abilities and cultural backgrounds
  • Work within a client centric approach while maintaining a positive mindset
  • Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team and connect to peers using technology
  • Current drivers licence and ability to travel to clients

Interested? Apply below today!

Call Sharon Large on 0468 939 931 for a confidential discussion. Closing date 20 August

Position Description

We welcome diversity in all its forms; applications from underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged. We value relationships with our local Aboriginal community and welcome applications from its members.

We see ability not disability, if you identify as a person with a different ability please get in contact.

Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check or similar (where relevant to the role).