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Are you a qualified speech pathologist looking for an exciting new opportunity at a friendly and family-focused practice?  The Soundmill Centre is seeking highly motivated speech pathologists (also known as, 'superhero', 'friend', 'magician') to join our dynamic team in Adelaide.​​ Our highly skilled team supports children from 2-to-12-years of age across Adelaide using clinic and school-based practice models, and across Australia using online services.​ Our vision, developed as a team, is to create prosperous pathways to support children on their speech, language, literacy or feeding journey using our five key values: 1) a focus on family, 2) meaningful growth, 3) holistic and collaborative practices, 4) honesty and trust, and 5) responsibility and respect.  If you are looking to work in a supportive relationship-centred speech pathology practice, then please see below for the roles we currently have available.

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Are You Our Next 'Superhero'?

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Speech Pathologist (AHP1/2) and Senior Speech Pathologist (AHP3)

Position: Full Time and Part Time AHP1/2 and AHP3 roles available 

FTE:  Flexible work arrangements are available for the right candidate with provision for some work to be completed from home. 

Classification: Health Professional and Support Services Award (Allied Health Professional stream and above award rates) 

About the role:  We welcome passionate speech pathologists to join the 'super heros' on our team.  We recognise that our speech pathologists play a significant role in shaping our clients' quality of life and therefore we place a strong focus on ensuring our speech pathologists are skilled and content in their roles. The Soundmill Centre has deliberately and carefully grown its team to maintain a positive workplace culture. This approach ensures that the team consists of friendly and experienced speech pathologists who collaborate effectively and contribute to a supportive work environment where we thrive together.  We prioritise the career growth and job satisfaction of our speech pathologists over profits. This means that our speech pathologists have the opportunity to align their caseload with their expertise and areas of interest. Additionally, we encourage staff to pursue areas of personal interest and to participate in community projects to enhance their job satisfaction.  We value ongoing learning and development. Our speech pathologists benefit from termly whole team meetings that offer opportunities for professional development or engagement in team-building activities. This commitment to continuous improvement ensures that the team stays up-to-date with evidence-based practices.

In our team you will you have the following employment benefits:

  • Salaried position with attractive remuneration package

  • Realistic caseload size

  • Professional development allowance

  • Regular supervision with an experienced Speech Pathologist, work shadowing opportunities and whole team meeting days

  • Access to wide range of resources, Allied Health Assistant support and administration support

  • Work/life balance with negotiated flexible working hours and opportunities to work from home

  • Access to beautiful well-resourced clinic spaces ensuring a pleasant working environment

  • Opportunities to grow your career in areas of your interest

  • Regular chocolate and donut eating opportunities with your team

  • Amazing coffee!

 

Role Requirements:

Bachelor of Speech Pathology qualification, current driver’s license, WWCC, police check, RAN training. Evidence of commitment to high professional content knowledge and an ability to work from the heart and ensure our children's needs are front and centre during work hours.  Commitment to our five core values to ensure a positive, calm, supportive and thriving work family.

Desirable Skills:

Experience in private practice, experience working with a wide range of speech, language and literacy disorders, training in literacy development and disorders.

How to apply:

Send your CV to admin@thesoundmillcentre.com.au.  If you would like to know more about the position, please call 0456 484 058

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New Graduate or Early Career Speech Pathologist

Position: Full Time or Part Time New Graduate Position

Classification: Health Professional and Support Services Award (Allied Health Professional stream and above award rates) 

About the role: The Soundmill Centre is dedicated to supporting our future generation of speech-language pathologists to develop their skills in providing high quality care to our children and families.  We currently have one new graduate or early career speech-language pathology position available.  

In our team you will have the following opportunities and support to develop your career:

  • A salaried position with attractive remuneration packages (above award rates)

  • Access to a comprehensive 12-month new graduate/early carers speech pathologist program

  • Weekly supervision sessions

  • Regular work shadow opportunities and a professional development allowance

  • Attendance at termly whole team meetings and professional development

  • Access to a wide range of resources, Allied Health Assistant support and administration support

  • Work/life balance with negotiated flexible working hours and opportunities to work from home

  • Opportunities to grow your career in areas of interest and strengths

  • An opportunity to specialise in literacy assessment, diagnosis and evidenced-based intervention

  • Regular chocolate and donut eating opportunities with your team

  • Amazing coffee!

Role Requirements:

Bachelor of Speech Pathology qualification, current driver’s license, WWCC, police check, RAN training. Evidence of commitment to high professional content knowledge (e.g., strong and consistent grades) and an ability to work from the heart and ensure our children's needs are front and centre during work hours. Commitment to our five core values to ensure a positive, calm, supportive and thriving work family.

Desirable Skills:

Previous work experience with children aged 12-years and under and/or previous work experience working with the public.

How to apply:

Send your CV to admin@thesoundmillcentre.com.au.  If you would like to know more about the position, please call 0456 484 058

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