• 0.4 – 1.0 EFT (Negotiable)
  • Ongoing role
  • Generous salary packaging benefits available
  • Enjoy caseload variety
  • Based in Sunbury

About the role:

The Child and Youth Allied Health (Hume) team at Sunbury Cobaw Community Health provide service and support to families of children and adolescents and deliver allied health services to children and youth from birth to age 18 years.  The team also builds capacity within the community to identify and support families of children with delayed development.

This role provides Speech Therapy assessment and intervention to NDIS funded pre-school and school-aged children and pre-school aged community health children.

Why work with us:

  • Be part of a multi-disciplinary team including Audiology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Music Therapy
  • Enjoy caseload variety: different ages and different diagnoses, both NDIS and community health clients
  • Achieve work life balance with employer flexibility such as the ability to work remotely
  • Receive an attractive remuneration package with generous salary packaging
  • Take advantage of ongoing internal and external professional development
  • Have a work laptop, work mobile and access to fleet vehicles
  • Utilise a fully resourced clinic including assessments, therapeutic resources with access to an outdoor playground
  • Participate in internal clinical and operational supervision
  • Work for a growing community-focussed values-based non-for-profit organisation
  • Access organisational-led employee wellbeing initiatives such as virtual challenges and all-staff development day
  • Have manageable billable hours and performance indicators that include non-face to face contacts

Who we are looking for:

  • Experience in the delivery of Speech Pathology services to children and/or adolescents (Grade1/Grade 2).
  • Experience in working with families using a strengths-based approach.
  • Ability to independently manage a caseload of clients, including ability to prioritise and triage new clients.

The successful candidate will be required to undertake and maintain a National Criminal History Check (NCHC), a NDIS Safety Screening check, and hold a current valid Working With Children Check.

Further Information:

Position Description

For a confidential discussion, please contact Ellen Panjari, Manager Child & Youth Allied Health (Hume), on 0477 372 083 or ellen.panjari@scchc.org.au.

How to apply:

As an employer, we value diversity and encourage applicants from all cultures and backgrounds.

To be considered for a role, your application must include a cover letter, resume (including 3 referees) and responses to the Key Selection Criteria, which need to be submitted via email to: ellen.panjari@scchc.org.au

Applications Close:  Monday 2 August 2021, 5pm