Speech Pathologist - Leading NDIS provider

Speech Pathologist - Leading NDIS provider

Job Title: Speech Pathologist - Leading NDIS provider
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Murray, New South Wales
Salary: Negotiable
Reference: BBBH25630_1562910601
Contact Name: Lil Evans
Contact Email:
Job Published: July 12, 2019 15:50

Job Description

Working with a leading not-for-profit disability service provider, we are seeking committed and professional Speech Pathologist to join the SW NSW multidisciplinary team.

This is an exciting opportunity for a new graduate looking to gain experience with the NDIS or for a senior SP who is looking for flexible working conditions and a supportive & collaborative environment.

Reporting into the Service Manager, this role will hold a generalist case load and will provide timely, evidence based and person-centred therapy services to children, young people and adults with varying intellectual and physical disabilities.

Key Responsibilities will include:

  • Provide Speech Pathology services to children, young people, and adults with autism spectrum disorder, intellectual and/or physical disability and other complex needs
  • Work with the customers and families to identify customers' strengths, skills and goals
  • Identify barriers that may restrict the customer's physical, emotional, cognitive and/or social development, well-being or participation.
  • Use appropriate assessment tools and methods to assess strengths, skills and areas of development in collaboration with the customer
  • Analyse and interpret assessment findings and customers' priorities to develop appropriate interventions in collaboration with other team members
  • Provide centre-based and community-based Speech Pathology interventions addressing the customers' needs. These may be delivered on and individual, group or consultative basis

Essential requirements:

  • Current AHPRA registration
  • Bachelor of Applied Science in Speech pathology
  • Current First Aid Certificate (including CPR) or willing to obtain
  • Current Working with Children Check (WWCC) or willing to obtain
  • Current National Criminal Check or willing to gain
  • Valid driver's licence

Key Benefits:

  • Continual learning and development opportunities
  • Flexible work arrangements (9-day fortnight) balance your personal and work lives efficiently
  • Supportive and collaborative team environment
  • Above average remuneration and salary packaging of up to $15,900
  • Multiple employee benefits, such as discounted gym & health fund membership, discounted motor vehicle services

For further information please contact Lillian Evans on (02) 9157 6205 or

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