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Paediatric Speech Pathologist Part Time

Advertiser: DPV HEALTH LTDMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
10 Oct 2019
Location
Melbourne, Western Suburbs
Work Type
Part Time
Classification
Healthcare & Medical, Speech Therapy

Paediatric Speech Pathologist Part Time

Paediatric Speech Pathologist Grade 2

Part Time (22.6 hours per week)

 

Your New Organisation

DPV Health is a leading healthcare services provider operating out of Melbourne’s northern growth corridor. Our professional staff deliver a wide variety of clinical, community health and wellbeing services.

DPV Health is an Equal Opportunity and Child Safe employer who supports inclusiveness and diversity. We are dedicated to attracting and retaining people from a diverse background, including but not limited to, those identifying as LGBTIQ, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, people from cultural and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, and people with a disability.

A little about the role

We provide client-centred, strength based services to children and adolescents from birth to 18 year old with a disability or developmental delay. We value the importance of transdisciplinary/ multidisciplinary model of practice.  Your day to day responsibility will include

  • Providing a high quality evidence based Early Childhood Intervention and Paediatric Speech Pathology Service that is co-designed with the family, meeting the needs of the children and families in a manner which respects the rights and confidentiality of the child and their family.
  • Embracing innovation and responsiveness
  • Working in partnership and collaboration with all those associated with the child/family to provide timely and developmentally appropriate services using a Team around the Child Approach.
  • Maintaining communication with all authorised key stakeholders relevant to a child and family’s team. These stakeholders will include the family, other DH ECIS staff and community team member’s e.g.  Preschool and child care staff

About you

You will have substantial experience and interest as a paediatric speech pathologist with evidence of successful team development and growth. You will also come with:

  • Bachelor or Masters of Speech pathology from a recognised university.
  • Membership with of Speech Pathology Australia.
  • Ability to work with children from Birth -18 year old.
  • Experienced in Early Childhood Intervention Services/Paediatric speech pathology and play based model.  
  • Well-developed clinical skills on Paediatric Speech Pathology and demonstrated ability to support a coordinated approach by working with a range of stakeholders to improve health outcomes as agreed with client.
  • Reliable interpersonal skills and the ability to form a working relationship with a variety of families of young children with developmental disabilities, staff, colleagues and staff employed in community early childhood settings.
  • Demonstrated awareness of transdisciplinary approach.
  • Demonstrated understanding of family centred practice and strength based approach.

About the perks

  • Salary Packaging – part of your wage is paid tax free each pay, saving thousands in tax each year!
  • Work-Life Balance – we understand that work-life balance is important and accommodate flexibility for team members wherever possible.
  • Health and Wellbeing – we promote health and wellbeing for our people, just like we would for the communities we serve. We provide flu vaccinations on site and free, confidential counselling services are available just to name a few.
  • Professional Development – with access to modern, digital eLearning you’ll have flexibility of course timing with access to shorter, more customized content. Accompanied by face to face training, your continual professional development is always top of our priority list.

The fine print

  • Successful candidates will be required to undergo a National Policy Check, hold a valid WWCC and Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme Check
  • Full driver license and travel between sites required
  • You may be asked to either provide or register for a Medicare and MBS provider number and agree to donate the total amount from this work to DPV Health.

To view the position description, please visit the Get Involved > Employment page on the DPV Health Website at  www.dpvhealth.org.au 

Applicants must provide their resume as well as providing a brief statement addressing the ‘Key Selection Criteria’ outlined in the position description

Applications close on 24th October 2019

For further enquires contact: Melinda Thompson - Program Manager at  melinda.thompson@dpvhealth.org.au

Paediatric Speech Pathologist Grade 2

Part Time (22.6 hours per week)

 

Your New Organisation

DPV Health is a leading healthcare services provider operating out of Melbourne’s northern growth corridor. Our professional staff deliver a wide variety of clinical, community health and wellbeing services.

DPV Health is an Equal Opportunity and Child Safe employer who supports inclusiveness and diversity. We are dedicated to attracting and retaining people from a diverse background, including but not limited to, those identifying as LGBTIQ, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, people from cultural and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, and people with a disability.

A little about the role

We provide client-centred, strength based services to children and adolescents from birth to 18 year old with a disability or developmental delay. We value the importance of transdisciplinary/ multidisciplinary model of practice.  Your day to day responsibility will include

  • Providing a high quality evidence based Early Childhood Intervention and Paediatric Speech Pathology Service that is co-designed with the family, meeting the needs of the children and families in a manner which respects the rights and confidentiality of the child and their family.
  • Embracing innovation and responsiveness
  • Working in partnership and collaboration with all those associated with the child/family to provide timely and developmentally appropriate services using a Team around the Child Approach.
  • Maintaining communication with all authorised key stakeholders relevant to a child and family’s team. These stakeholders will include the family, other DH ECIS staff and community team member’s e.g.  Preschool and child care staff

About you

You will have substantial experience and interest as a paediatric speech pathologist with evidence of successful team development and growth. You will also come with:

  • Bachelor or Masters of Speech pathology from a recognised university.
  • Membership with of Speech Pathology Australia.
  • Ability to work with children from Birth -18 year old.
  • Experienced in Early Childhood Intervention Services/Paediatric speech pathology and play based model.  
  • Well-developed clinical skills on Paediatric Speech Pathology and demonstrated ability to support a coordinated approach by working with a range of stakeholders to improve health outcomes as agreed with client.
  • Reliable interpersonal skills and the ability to form a working relationship with a variety of families of young children with developmental disabilities, staff, colleagues and staff employed in community early childhood settings.
  • Demonstrated awareness of transdisciplinary approach.
  • Demonstrated understanding of family centred practice and strength based approach.

About the perks

  • Salary Packaging – part of your wage is paid tax free each pay, saving thousands in tax each year!
  • Work-Life Balance – we understand that work-life balance is important and accommodate flexibility for team members wherever possible.
  • Health and Wellbeing – we promote health and wellbeing for our people, just like we would for the communities we serve. We provide flu vaccinations on site and free, confidential counselling services are available just to name a few.
  • Professional Development – with access to modern, digital eLearning you’ll have flexibility of course timing with access to shorter, more customized content. Accompanied by face to face training, your continual professional development is always top of our priority list.

The fine print

  • Successful candidates will be required to undergo a National Policy Check, hold a valid WWCC and Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme Check
  • Full driver license and travel between sites required
  • You may be asked to either provide or register for a Medicare and MBS provider number and agree to donate the total amount from this work to DPV Health.

To view the position description, please visit the Get Involved > Employment page on the DPV Health Website at  www.dpvhealth.org.au 

Applicants must provide their resume as well as providing a brief statement addressing the ‘Key Selection Criteria’ outlined in the position description

Applications close on 24th October 2019

For further enquires contact: Melinda Thompson - Program Manager at  melinda.thompson@dpvhealth.org.au

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