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Speech Pathologists - Adelaide

AEIOU Foundation

About us:

At AEIOU Foundation for Children with Autism, we have a simple yet sincere goal: to provide early intervention that enables children with autism to live their best lives. It’s how we do it that sets us apart from everybody else.

AEIOU is a profit-for-purpose organisation, established in 2005 to deliver high-quality therapy and care. Our family-centred program meets the Guidelines for Good Practice and supports children with autism to develop essential life skills, independence, and confidence.

We are excited to offer experienced professionals the opportunity to join AEIOU in the critical role of Speech Pathologist.

The position:

  • Locations available Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Gold Coast (Arundel), Logan, and Townsville

This is an exciting opportunity to support children with autism aged 2 - 6 years, in developing specific expressive and receptive language skills, social skills and mealtime management.

You will join a transdisciplinary team of peers in Behaviour Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Early Education. This is a special role to work with our wonderful children and utilising your skills as a Speech Pathologist with the principles of Behaviour Analysis (which we help you develop), you will create and implement early intervention programs that assist our children to enhance their independence and quality of life.

About you:

  • You are a passionate Speech Pathologist seeking a purposeful and meaningful vocation to make a significant difference in the lives of children with autism.
  • You are equipped with a Bachelor in Speech Pathology and hold a current Speech Pathology Australia membership.
  • Autism-specific experience is desirable; however, we will also provide you training and support within the framework of this role.
  • Hold a current Blue Card

Note: If you do not hold a current ‘Paid Employee Blue Card’ you will need to apply for and have an approved a combined NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance and Employee Blue Card before you can commence employment).

What we do for you:

  • Salary ranges from $70K to $96K (inclusive of fortnightly retention bonus) plus super (salary is negotiated based on qualifications and experience)
  • Not for Profit tax benefits of up to $15,900 per year
  • Full-time role but for the right candidate we could look at part-time to offer flexibility
  • Relocation assistance where needed
  • Five weeks annual leave, with an option to purchase an additional week
  • Regular Professional Development days (per term)
  • Wellbeing, Culture & Performance Coach
  • Reward & Recognition program
  • Employee Assistant Program (EAP) for staff and immediate family

How to apply

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