Liberty Speech Pathology loves to employ speech pathologists who have:
- Enthusiasm and vivacity
- Passion for working with children
- Desire to expand your skills
- Desire to work in a great team in a fun environment
Current Positions Available
Liberty Speech Pathology is a vibrant, fun paediatric practice located in beautiful Tea Tree Gully, South Australia and founded in 2005.
Additional Speech Pathologists are sought for our thriving speech pathology practice. Part Time and Full Time positions are currently available, for both experienced and new grad speech pathologists.
Liberty Speech Pathology is strongly rooted in values, with a genuine focus on support, development and flexibility.
Working at Liberty Speech Pathology involves:
- Varied paediatric caseload, both in clinic and at schools
- A new grad/ recent grad support program, which includes a year of weekly topical therapy training and caseload support sessions
- Ongoing subscription to fantastic speech pathology workshop site after new/recent grad program is complete
- A supportive and caring environment, both towards our clients and each other
- A competitive salary
- Opportunity for advancement
- Wonderful admin support
- An abundance of speech pathology resources to make session planning easy
- Flexibility with hours, with options to work in only school hours, work from home options, and the option to take additional unpaid leave during school holidays
- Being part of a passionate team of speech pathologists
- Immense job satisfaction, as we work to help kids and teens develop and build capacity in their lives.
Staff are employed (not sub-contracted). There is a progression through HP-1 levels and HP-2 levels. Based on clinical experience, average wages (for full time equivalent) are $70,000 – $100,000 per annum with potential to earn significantly above award rates.
Liberty Speech Pathology works with children aged 18 months to 18 years (both clinic and school-based) in areas which include:
- Early Intervention
- Social Language
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Auditory Processing Disorder
- Note: we refer on for feeding and dysphagia
If this sounds like a position you are interested in, please read on!
The successful candidate will require:
- Eligibility for Speech Pathology Australia Practicing Membership (or eligible at the end of this year)
- Experience in assessments and therapy with children.
- Professional and personal integrity
- Reliability and strong work ethic
- Genuine compassion and empathy
- A warm, engaging personality
- Ability to establish rapport with children and be fun!
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to take a flexible approach to problem solving
- Excellent writing skills
- A current DCSI clearance
- Current driver’s license for travel to schools
- The ability to commit to at least 12 months with their caseload.
If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!
Please email a current CV and letter outlining your suitability to the position, to Liberty Gates at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.