We are seeking highly motivated and experienced clinicians to join our rapidly growing Child & Family Services Team which is funded under a variety of different streams including Community Health, Medicare, Private Health, and NDIS.The successful applicant/s will be supported by a team of dynamic and passionate allied health professionals who provide services to pre-school and school aged children and their families from the local community.  We seek Speech Pathologists with experience working in multi- and transdisciplinary teams, and who have a sound understanding of the service system, especially with respect to the impact of the NDIS. The applicant will be required to work across our service sites and to collaborate with other relevant program areas in support of holistic care for children and their families. We anticipate that, post the fixed term position, future permanent roles are likely to be available as our NDIS demand continues to grow. Qualifications, registrations and experience Tertiary qualification in speech pathologyMinimum of 3 years’ experience in a paediatric speech pathology settingDemonstrate knowledge of typical and atypical childhood development in order to understand the child’s developmental delay or disability.Demonstrate skills in speech pathology assessment and intervention, based on current evidenced-based practice to ensure positive outcomes for the child and family. NDIS Worker Screening CheckAn NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance will be required for the role prior to commencement.  Applications for the NDIS check can be made from 1 February 2021 online through Service Victoria.  For more information, please refer to the Victorian NDIS Check website  Culture & BenefitsPeople love working at Access Health & Community because we offer:Generous salary packaging opportunitiesOpportunity to purchase additional leaveCommitment to work-life balancePaid parental leaveAnnual Leave Loading About Access Health & CommunityAccess Health and Community is the lead agency for headspace Hawthorn. We are a not for profit community health organisation operating in twelve locations across Melbourne.  With caring at our centre, our mission is to build healthier lives together with our communities and deliver excellent health services for all.  AccessHC delivers medical, health and community services for all ages.  We employ over 250 employees across Eastern Melbourne.Please consult our website for more information about all of the services and programs on offer at Access Health and Community – private and public;  https://accesshc.org.au/ To ApplyPlease submit your application through Seek, including your resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria.  Please refer to the position descriptions on the website for the key selection criteria and further information: https://accesshc.org.au/careers/ Applications Close: COB 23rd April 2021Position Description 41 AUD Melbourne 3000

Paediatric Speech Pathologist/s - Child & Family Services

  • 2 X Positions Available
  • Part-Time Permanent (0.8 FTE)
  • Part-Time Fixed Term (0.8 FTE)

We are seeking highly motivated and experienced clinicians to join our rapidly growing Child & Family Services Team which is funded under a variety of different streams including Community Health, Medicare, Private Health, and NDIS.

The successful applicant/s will be supported by a team of dynamic and passionate allied health professionals who provide services to pre-school and school aged children and their families from the local community.  

We seek Speech Pathologists with experience working in multi- and transdisciplinary teams, and who have a sound understanding of the service system, especially with respect to the impact of the NDIS. The applicant will be required to work across our service sites and to collaborate with other relevant program areas in support of holistic care for children and their families. We anticipate that, post the fixed term position, future permanent roles are likely to be available as our NDIS demand continues to grow.

 

Qualifications, registrations and experience

  • Tertiary qualification in speech pathology
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a paediatric speech pathology setting
  • Demonstrate knowledge of typical and atypical childhood development in order to understand the child’s developmental delay or disability.
  • Demonstrate skills in speech pathology assessment and intervention, based on current evidenced-based practice to ensure positive outcomes for the child and family.

 

NDIS Worker Screening Check

An NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance will be required for the role prior to commencement.  Applications for the NDIS check can be made from 1 February 2021 online through Service Victoria.  For more information, please refer to the Victorian NDIS Check website 

 

Culture & Benefits

People love working at Access Health & Community because we offer:

  • Generous salary packaging opportunities
  • Opportunity to purchase additional leave
  • Commitment to work-life balance
  • Paid parental leave
  • Annual Leave Loading

 

About Access Health & Community

Access Health and Community is the lead agency for headspace Hawthorn. We are a not for profit community health organisation operating in twelve locations across Melbourne.  With caring at our centre, our mission is to build healthier lives together with our communities and deliver excellent health services for all.  AccessHC delivers medical, health and community services for all ages.  We employ over 250 employees across Eastern Melbourne.

Please consult our website for more information about all of the services and programs on offer at Access Health and Community – private and public;  https://accesshc.org.au/

 

To Apply

Please submit your application through Seek, including your resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria.  Please refer to the position descriptions on the website for the key selection criteria and further information: https://accesshc.org.au/careers/ 

Applications Close: COB 23rd April 2021

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:                                                 

Louise Rehe                                                                       

Senior Manager, Child & Family Services                                                                

Email: louise.rehe@accesshc.org.au                                        

Mobile: 0438 072261