Work in an environment that offers:
- A diverse patient base that are friendly and accepting of people learning
- Excellent clinical exposure across a range of specialties
- A supportive working environment
- An opportunity to work with a leading regional health service
Position Title:Grade 2 Paediatric Speech Pathologist
Hours per fortnight:Minimum availability of 16 hours per fortnight
Employment Status: Casual
- Delivery of patient centred Speech Pathology service in the outpatient VPRS clinic, as part of a multidisciplinary team.
- Provision of assessment and clinical treatment for referred patients according to recognised professional and ethical standards.
- Participation in care planning and case conferences for all clients.
- A Degree in Speech Pathology and clinical experience in Paediatrics
- Demonstrated strong experience with providing child & family-centred paediatric rehabilitation assessment and intervention, according to recognised professional and ethical standards
- Demonstrated experience with dysphagia/ swallowing assessment and management, communication and speech with infants, children and adolescents in an Outpatient rehabilitation setting
- Demonstrated time management skills to manage a caseload, meet deadlines, maintain schedules, set goals/objectives, as required.
Our 700 bed state of the art hospital was built in 2017. We are a leader in regional health care, combining outstanding services with a strong education, training and personal development culture. We have all of the latest technologies allowing our 4500 staff to deliverExcellent Care to Every Person, Every Time.Our teams are friendly and we offer a supportive working environment for career progression. Remuneration is in accordance with Victorian Public Health Enterprise Agreements and generous salary packaging arrangements are offered to all staff.
The Integrated Care Services Division offers a diverse range of programs and services which provide high quality person centred care to patients, clients, residents and consumers in Bendigo and across the Loddon Mallee Region. Services are provided in inpatient, outpatient, community, home and residential care settings.
Our services include; Aboriginal Services and Diversity, Allied Health, Community Programs, Health Promotion, Outpatient Rehabilitation Service, Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy Services, Rehabilitation & Geriatric Medicine, Palliative Care, Residential Care Services, Transition Care and Volunteer Services.
In addition the Executive Director Integrated Care Services has professional responsibilities as the Chief Allied Health Officer As such the CAHO is focused on leading and supporting the allied health professional workforce to feel valued and empowered to provide exceptional, quality care.
Diversity and Inclusion
Bendigo Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We embrace diversity and social inclusion and encourage people from a diverse cultural background, people with disabilities and or Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people to apply.
How to apply
For further information on the position please refer to the position description available on our website www.bendigohealth.org.au. Applications are to be submitted online. If successful for a position at Bendigo Health you must provide evidence of your full immunisation record as part of the onboarding process.