Tasmanian. The quiet pursuit of the extraordinary.
Together with our partner Connect42, Speech Pathology Tasmania is in quiet pursuit of the extraordinary.
Will you join us?
We are the service partner delivering the speech pathology components of a new justice project, Just Moving On.
Just Moving On is an innovative project bringing ‘throughcare’ to citizens reintegrating in community after a time of incarceration. Throughcare means that practical support in trusted relationships continue ‘through’ the times of incarceration and transition back to community – and while reintegrating with family and community. Throughcare is an evidence-based strategy that has been shown to reduce reoffending.
Just Moving On is a ground-breaking project that will deliver the skills of the speech pathologist – and more – to returning citizens.
We seek the colleagueship of experienced speech pathologists joining us in the team at Speech Pathology Tasmania. Duties will be sensitively distributed between Just Moving On and our regular valued caseload. The regular caseload is varied, though primarily paediatric; and mostly connected to young people with disabilities, and their families.
Both full-time and flexible part-time working options are available.
The position(s) we offer include the excellent mentorship and colleagueship of our extended team of speech pathologists as well as with other professionals.
Just Moving On will be independently evaluated by the University of Tasmania. Successful applicants will be part of the team contributing to this evaluation.
Join us in this quiet pursuit as we collaborate with our ingenious partners to expand the extraordinary to the world.
Here are the details:
You will need to show that you meet these conditions:
- Degree or diploma in Applied Science, Speech Pathology or equivalent; and current practising membership with Speech Pathology Australia.
- Current Working With Vulnerable People Registration
- Recent completion of a satisfactory Federal Police Check.
- Current Australian Driver’s Licence.
- Provision of own transport for business purposes.
- Demonstrated experience in the clinical management of speech pathology clients.
- Proven experience working with clients with complex needs, including people with language, literacy, and social communication disorders; and interest in developing further skills in these areas.
- An ability to communicate and liaise effectively with a wide variety of people involved in client care.
- A proven commitment to quality improvement and ongoing professional development.
- High level skills in time management and prioritisation of tasks.
- Familiarity and efficiency in using technology for treatment, education and administrative purposes.
- An understanding of, and ability to comply with, current Workplace Health & Safety legislation.
- Number of hours per week available for work.
- Capacity to move to Tasmania.
AUD $80,000 – $100,000 per annum full-time – & pro-rata part-time
- Reach out to the SPT team via the contact page of this website for contact details and position description.
- Address the selection criteria in writing + resume + written personal statement.
- Submit by close of business on 1st October.