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07 3105 7800
Level 4, 348 Edward Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
Why you'll LOVE working with this organisation!
Whether you're looking for an adventure, or a role in which you can give back to the community, this is an opportunity to make a real and valuable contribution.
This organisation is one of the largest health service providers in Mount Isa. You'll be joining a vibrant community and a close-knit team where you will be well supported by Team Leaders living and working in the community, as well as being provided with plenty of learning, ongoing professional, and career development opportunities!
This organisation has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced or newly graduated Speech Pathologist to join their team in Mount Isa, on a full-time basis, working predominately with a paediatric caseload.
This is a fantastic opportunity to kick-start or grow your career in Speech Pathology!
As a Speech Pathologist, you will be responsible for providing comprehensive assessments, tailoring and implementing custom programs for each client, and liaising directly with clients and their caregivers within Mount Isa and neighbouring communities, in accordance with organisational and program funding guidelines.
This will involve direct intervention, home programming, education, consultancy and advocacy, or a combination of these approaches, by:
Please Note: There may be some travel needed to support neighbouring catchment areas, as such you must be willing to travel by small plane as needed. A 'C' Class Driver's License is also a requirement of this position.
The successful candidate will receive a highly attractive remuneration circa $70,054 - $89,529 plus super.
A fantastic range of ADDITIONAL benefits will also be provided, including:
Qualifications and Experience:
To be considered, you must hold a tertiary qualification in Speech Pathology, and current registration with Speech Pathology Australia, the national peak body, or eligibility to obtain.
Experience working for a not-for-profit organisation and/or in the provision of assessment and therapy to children and young people, especially those with complex needs such as autism spectrum disorder, with a current blue and yellow card and/or holding credentials from Queensland Health will be highly regarded, but are not mandatory. Additionally, any working understanding of the NDIS will also be seen as highly desirable.
Through the provision of high-quality discipline-specific assessment, prevention, treatment and intervention, you will achieve maximal outcomes for a broad range of clients and conditions. An awareness of Indigenous Health issues and an ability to work in a culturally sensitive manner is vital. Candidates with an understanding of the issues and organisations involved in the delivery of health services to rural and remote communities will be highly regarded.
Use your knowledge and passion for Speech Pathology to make a difference as part of a dynamic and dedicated organisation.
Please apply via the 'Apply Now' button on this page.