Speech Pathologist - Lightning Ridge, NSW

Job No: RDN1012
Location: Lightning Ridge

Speech Pathologist

NSW Outback Division of General Practice 

Lightning Ridge, NSW

 

The NSW Outback Division of General Practice (NSW ODGP) is a health service provider working to improve the health of people living in the outback shires of Cobar, Bourke, Brewarrina, and Walgett. NSW ODGP currently has the following full time Speech Pathologist vacancy and is looking for an enthusiastic professional to join the organisation and contribute to our efforts to improve the health and wellbeing of people living in north western NSW.  The NSW ODGP manages a variety of health contracts focusing on early intervention and prevention of disease, chronic disease management, mental health care, healthy lifestyle programs and health promotion.

 

So if you’re looking to join a dynamic organisation with ideas, exciting networks within the health and academic sector, innovative community partnerships, a commitment to quality and a determined agenda to deliver sustainable health outcomes for the bush, send us your CV and application to join a not-for-profit NGO and make a difference.  Salary packages will be paid according to qualifications and experience and will be in line with the relevant modern awards.

 

As a public benevolent health organisation, NSW Outback Division of General Practice Ltd employees are entitled to an attractive salary packaging component or remuneration. Successful applicants may also be entitled to a relocation funding package through the Rural Health Professionals Program.

 

SPEECH PATHOLOGIST

 

1 Full Time Position – Lightning Ridge NSW

 

The NSW ODGP has a vacancy for one full time Speech Pathologist (Level 1 to Level 4) based in Lightning Ridge NSW. 

 

0-8 early intervention caseload, providing assessment and intervention to children with feeding and communication needs including: speech, language, fluency, multi-modal communication, working in a variety of settings including: preschools, schools, GP clinics, home visits etc, provide outreach services to surrounding communities, work along-side other health professionals: OT etc.,

 

A salary will be negotiated with suitably qualified candidates in line with the Health Professional and Support Services Award 2010. New grads will be considered and supported via clinical supervision and professional development opportunities.

 

For more information and an application pack containing guidelines for applicants, position criteria and position description please contact NAH@nswrdn.com.au 

 

Applications close Friday, 14th August 2020

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