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Speech Pathologist - Gympie

Health Workforce Queensland - Gympie, QLD

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Practice Information
Speech Pathologist position available now with a small allied health practice based in Gympie.

Our vision & approach: They aim to provide high quality services where satisfied customers and happy staff enjoy long term relationships that strive to exceed expectations and see individuals flourish to their full potential. Work with diverse range of clients across the lifespan including NDIS, My Aged Care, Medicare and DVA. Fantastic clinical support and supervision available from highly regarded and experienced Speech Pathologist.

Our culture: Be part a dynamic practice with an incredible, high quality, person-centred culture. You will be surrounded by a close-knit team of allied health professionals who strive to develop, long term relationships with participants by genuinely caring about making a lasting difference to people's lives.

Our dynamic based practice is based in the thriving regional centre of Gympie, located within the beautiful Sunshine Coast of Queensland. Gympie is a vibrant regional town only 160km north of Brisbane boasting a fantastic lifestyle choice for those wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city. Enjoy the picturesque Mary Valley, Rainbow Beach, Tin Can Bay and World Heritage listed Fraser Island right on your doorstep and an abundance of either adventure-seeking or family-friendly lifestyle options and recreational activities.

Position Description
Permanent full-time position. Manage your own workflow. Flexible work arrangements available including 9-day fortnight or part time options. Work with NDIS participants of all ages. Flourish within a highly regarded organisation that exudes an incredible high quality, person-centred culture. Reach your full potential with ongoing Continuing Professional Development and mentoring opportunities. Mobile phone and computer supplied.

What you will do: Provide community-based speech pathology services to NDIS participants of all ages. Provide specialist knowledge and skills in an evidence-based contemporary allied health practice Manage your own workflow. Work with a degree of autonomy, take responsibility for outcomes and work effectively with other team members to resolve complex situations. Actively contribute to development of professional knowledge and skills in your field of expertise.

Supervision and support: Regular clinical supervision provided by eminent Queensland Speech Pathologist. The practice also provides regular workplace support and supervision in all aspects of the workload and highly values team support and work-life balance.

Qualifications and Experience
What you need: An undergraduate or Masters degree in Speech Pathology and eligibility for membership of Speech Pathology Australia. Skills and knowledge in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and assistive technology. Understanding of assessment and treatment of swallowing disorders. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to relate to all stakeholders with empathy, respect, enthusiasm, and professionalism. Be technology savvy. Hold a current valid Queensland driver's license. Have own reliable, insured vehicle. Have an unblemished National Criminal History. Experienced therapists, new graduates or early career Speech Pathologists are encouraged to apply!

Please apply via the 'Apply Now' button on this page.


Following successful placement, eligible candidates may be entitled to receive support and financial assistance through Health Workforce Queensland's comprehensive workforce attraction and retention incentives. This position may be eligible for a scholarship or bursary for ongoing professional development.
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