Paediatric Speech Pathologists

  • Full Time
  • Perth, WA
  • Salary:AU$70000 - AU$95000 per annum + travel allowances, phone, laptop

Website Sugarman Group

Job Category: Allied Health

Skills: paediatrics, speech pathologist, speech pathology, speech therapy, paeds, NDIS, Community speech therapy

Location: Perth, WA

Who Are The Sugarman Group

The Sugarman Group are market leaders in Social Care in Australia and the UK. We are rapidly becoming the number one recruitment team within Allied Health and Medical Services within Australia.

About the Position:

Are you an Speechie looking to take the next step in your career? Do you have experience working with paediatrics and knowledge of the NDIS? Then this is a fantastic opportunity for you! Join a team of Allied Health professionals providing high quality care to our community, whilst being a part of the largest neurorehabilitation and disability centre in Perth.

You will provide speech pathology services to children and adolescents, across a range of clinical areas including early intervention, motor speech, language, social skills and positive behaviour support. These clients will be NDIS participants as well as providing appropriate care to those who seek Speech Pathology services. This will be either in the clinic, the clients home or out in the Community!

You Must Have:

  • Tertiary Qualification in Speech Pathology (Bachelor or Masters)
  • Registration with Speech Pathology Australia
  • Minimum of at least 2 years paediatrics experience
  • A genuine passion, enthusiasm, and care in the way you approach your work with clients and their families
  • Demonstrated compassion and empathy for clients living with communication and swallowing difficulties
  • Strong knowledge of typical speech and language development
  • Experience selecting, administering, and evaluating various assessments tools
  • Knowledge of the NDIS
  • Experience working with clients within the NDIS framework
  • Experience working in the community
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, e.g. case notes, reports
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as part of a multidis team
  • Be time effective whilst meeting targets
  • Flexibility when it comes to scheduling appointments
  • Valid National Police Clearance, Department of Education Screening, Working with Children Check and current First Aid including Provide CPR
  • Valid Western Australian drivers’ licence and reliable vehicle

Benefits of The Role:

  • Community and clinic based position
  • A varied caseload with the opportunity to specialise your skills in interest areas
  • Future leadership opportunities
  • Flexible working conditions with both full time and part-time opportunities
  • An attractive salary package based on your experience and what you have to offer to the team
  • A well-resourced speech pathology clinic
  • Administration and scheduling support as well as a supportive work environment
  • Work vehicles and/or paid KMs where your vehicle is required
  • Work phone and laptop

To Apply: Please either click “APPLY”, email your Resume through to or contact Tayla on 08 9381 4343 to discuss the role further

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