New Graduate Speech Pathologist | Structured Support & Professional Development

Posted 2 weeks ago
Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Job Description

  • Weekly tailored support by experiaced Speech Pathologist
  • Low KPIs and billable expectation
  • Internal and External PD opportunities + PD allowance


New-graduate Speech Pathologists, this is an opportunity not to be missed!

This position is based in the Southern regions of Perth and provides an opportunity to work with a multidisciplinary team with a sound commitment to providing holistic and family-centric therapy services.

This purpose-built facility is the perfect starting place to kick start your career, with their extensive PD and their supportive team culture. This team is defined by their commitment to getting the best outcomes for its clients. They do this by providing extensive professional development and ensuring you’re comfortable in your role as an Occupational Therapist.

Get in touch to find out more about this position- Full time and Part-time roles are available 

The Benefits

  • New-grad salary starting at $65,000 + super
  • Monthly team bonus incentives 
  • Quarterly personal incentives 
  • Phone, laptop and iPad provided
  • Generous professional development allowance of $1500 per year 
  • Multidisciplinary team collaboration – Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Psychologists 
  • Regular supervision with Senior Speech Pathologist- Weekly or Fortnightly 
  • Team meetings and case conferences
  • Work with a supportive team with extensive clinical experience, who love to share their skills and knowledge
  • Low KPIs and billable expectation
  • Administration support for scheduling and billing
  • Opportunity to work with a team who are dedicated to your success as a clinician, and the success of their clients!
  • Great team culture with weekly lunches and monthly team bonding events 

The Role

  • Varied paediatric caseload 
  • Conduct a range of assessments and planning for evidence-based interventions
  • Liaise with relevant team members including parents, other clinicians, and educators
  • Provide high-quality and accurate reports


  • Tertiary qualification in Speech Pathology
  • SPA membership + WWCC
  • Unrestricted Australian Working Rights
  • Vehicle and license

Interested in this position? 

Apply now or email your resume to Liam Dos Reis  (Allied Health Division) on [email protected] or call +61 468 713 572 to hear more about the role.

Is this role not quite right for you? Get in touch for a confidential discussion about alternative job opportunities or general advice on the Speech Pathologist job market.

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