Speech Pathologist | Mornington Peninsula | NGO

Fantastic opportunity for an experienced Speech Pathologist to take up a new role within a forward thinking NGO.

Are you a passionate Speech Pathologist with a heart dedicated to making a real impact on the lives of children? If you thrive in a collaborative and supportive environment, your next fulfilling adventure awaits! Join a forward-thinking and ethical NGO organisation nestled in the picturesque Mornington Peninsula.

Our Client:

Our client is on a mission to empower children of all abilities and their families through early intervention services. This organisation and its talented team of clinicians offer an inclusive environment which promotes growth, both for their team members and the children they support. They believe every child deserves the best start in life, and they're seeking a like-minded Speech Pathologist to join them in achieving this mission. 🧩 📚✏️

Your New Role:

  • Collaborate with a dynamic team of professionals to assess, diagnose, and provide evidence-based intervention for children with communication difficulties.
  • To assess, plan, develop and implement educational, therapeutic, and other intervention strategies and programs for children with specific developmental needs, delays or disabilities and their families
  • Craft personalised therapy plans tailored to each child's unique needs, ensuring growth and progress.
  • Engage families in the therapy process, offering guidance, education, and support to empower them on their journey.
  • Contribute to workshops and training sessions for parents, caregivers, and professionals to enhance awareness and understanding of speech and language development.

Your Skills:

  • A recognised degree in Speech Pathology and relevant certification.
  • SPA Membership
  • Current Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme (DWES) clearance
  • Current First Aid (including anaphylaxis, asthma, CPR)
  • Current Victorian Drivers licence
  • Experience within the NDIS -Desired not essential*
  • Comfortable with lifting and carrying equipment
  • A dedication to making a positive impact on children's lives through early intervention.
  • Strong communication skills, both with children and fellow team members.
  • Empathy, patience, and a nurturing approach in your interactions.
  • An eagerness to learn and thrive in a supportive and progressive environment.

What our client Offers:

  • Fulfilling work that directly shapes the lives of children and families with opportunities to diversify your skills.
  • A collaborative, social and inclusive team culture that values your expertise.
  • Family-friendly working hours with opportunities for full or part-time roles
  • A competitive salary package of up to $120 per hour + Bonus Incentives + Salary packaging for an NGO
  • Social events and team building such as regular team lunches and staff days out!
  • Paid Mental Health day per term
  • $1000 PD and 5 days paid leave per term
  • All tools provided - iPhone, ipad & Laptop
  • Travel reimbursed if required to go into the community
  • Gifted days off, paid uniform and Long Service Leave
  • Approachable and supportive management

How to Apply:

Ready to be part of a team that's changing lives? Click the APPLY button now or contact Danielle Richards at

Up to AU$100 per hour + super + bonus + salary packaging
Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne, Australia
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