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Speech Pathologist

Advertiser: AEIOU Foundation3.1 out of 53.1 overall rating (7 employee reviews) More jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
7 Dec 2018
Location
Adelaide
Work Type
Part Time
Classification
Healthcare & Medical, Speech Therapy

Speech Pathologist

Part-time 3 days per week, until 20 December 2019

Brighton

About Us

AEIOU Foundation is one of Australia's leading providers of early intervention for children with autism who are aged 2-6 years. Our evidence-based program supports children to develop essential life skills, fostering greater independence, confidence and inclusion.

The full-time service is delivered by a transdisciplinary team comprised of behaviour therapists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, teachers and educators.

Along with supporting the individual needs of each child, families receive regular training and tools to achieve therapy goals in the home and broader community.

AEIOU Foundation is a profit-for-purpose organisation, operating across ten centres in Queensland and South Australia with a national expansion program underway.

About the Role

Reporting to the Service Manager, you will develop Individual Plans to support children to develop specific expressive and receptive language skills, social skills and mealtime management.

You will work within a transdisciplinary team, supporting children in small groups. Your team is comprised of Behaviour Therapists, Occupational Therapists and early educators. This role presents an excellent opportunity to develop your skills in the field of autism-specific early intervention, utilising your skills as a Speech Pathologist in line with the principles of Behaviour Analysis.

About You

The successful applicant will hold a Bachelor in Speech Pathology and will hold a Speech Pathology Australia Membership. You will also be eligible for a Blue Card to hold a positive blue card.

Autism-specific experience is highly desired but not essential.

Employee benefits at AEIOU Foundation:

  • Salary sacrificing
  • Over-award conditions
  • Regular professional development opportunities

At AEIOU, our team is valued and supported. The work we do is valuable and rewarding, and you can take pride in the difference you are making.

Download the Position Description at aeiou.org.au/careers-at-aeiou.

Apply today via SEEK, attach your cover letter addressing the selection criteria and your CV. 

Application closes: 4 January 2019

For enquiries please phone: 08 8306 4900, Karen Piscopo, Service Manager

aeiou.org.au

Part-time 3 days per week, until 20 December 2019

Brighton

About Us

AEIOU Foundation is one of Australia's leading providers of early intervention for children with autism who are aged 2-6 years. Our evidence-based program supports children to develop essential life skills, fostering greater independence, confidence and inclusion.

The full-time service is delivered by a transdisciplinary team comprised of behaviour therapists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, teachers and educators.

Along with supporting the individual needs of each child, families receive regular training and tools to achieve therapy goals in the home and broader community.

AEIOU Foundation is a profit-for-purpose organisation, operating across ten centres in Queensland and South Australia with a national expansion program underway.

About the Role

Reporting to the Service Manager, you will develop Individual Plans to support children to develop specific expressive and receptive language skills, social skills and mealtime management.

You will work within a transdisciplinary team, supporting children in small groups. Your team is comprised of Behaviour Therapists, Occupational Therapists and early educators. This role presents an excellent opportunity to develop your skills in the field of autism-specific early intervention, utilising your skills as a Speech Pathologist in line with the principles of Behaviour Analysis.

About You

The successful applicant will hold a Bachelor in Speech Pathology and will hold a Speech Pathology Australia Membership. You will also be eligible for a Blue Card to hold a positive blue card.

Autism-specific experience is highly desired but not essential.

Employee benefits at AEIOU Foundation:

  • Salary sacrificing
  • Over-award conditions
  • Regular professional development opportunities

At AEIOU, our team is valued and supported. The work we do is valuable and rewarding, and you can take pride in the difference you are making.

Download the Position Description at aeiou.org.au/careers-at-aeiou.

Apply today via SEEK, attach your cover letter addressing the selection criteria and your CV. 

Application closes: 4 January 2019

For enquiries please phone: 08 8306 4900, Karen Piscopo, Service Manager

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