WE ARE CURRENTLY SEEKING THERAPISTS who have experience or a special interest in working with clients with Autism, Down Syndrome, developmental delay, articulation and phonology, stuttering, dyspraxia, specific language impairment and learning disabilities.
These positions involve working with clients and their families in both home and school environments.
Opportunities exist to work with both paediatric and adult clients on a part-time, full-time or casual basis. We have a number of Speech Pathology Jobs available commencing immediately in a number of areas across Sydney. Our positions offer a great deal of flexibility in terms of working hours and we strive to ensure a healthy work-life balance for our therapists.
Please contact us on 02 9328 3444 or via our contact form if you are interested in a position at Communicate!
Working at Communicate Speech Pathology means being part of a dynamic, motivated team who are passionate about improving the lives of people with communication disorders. Our therapists are highly skilled professionals who offer an understanding and kind approach to our clients.
Within the team, members are caring and supportive of each other as we endeavour to provide the best client care possible. We have established a working environment that is always positive and encouraging and focused on collaborating as a team.
At Communicate we offer excellent professional development opportunities on a regular basis to ensure that our staff continues to learn and grow. Each team member’s unique skills and particular areas of interest are fostered and developed through attendance at courses and conferences and our unique mentoring program.
We also want our therapists to focus their energy completely on our clients and we therefore provide comprehensive administrative support and the very best resources to assist team members in doing their job to the best of their ability.
Communicate employs extremely capable therapists who care deeply about their work and strive to go above and beyond for their clients.