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Join Our Team

Are you a motivated speech pathologist, allied health professional or administration professional looking to join a growing team?

Eat Speak Learn is a growing allied health clinic and it will continue to thrive by welcoming team members that share our values and are committed to our clients.

You could be part of our work family if:

  • You are looking to grow personally and professionally
  • You are invested in creating memorable moments and celebrating wins
  • You are passionate about achieving outcomes
  • You love being a team player

When you work with us, you will be surrounded by a supportive team of like-minded allied health professionals, an impassioned leadership team and our client support superstars. Together we work to deliver meaningful outcomes for our clients in a friendly and fun environment.

If you are interested in joining our incredible team and helping us to support Canberra families then view our current job opportunities and complete the form.

We love working with all types of people, from early career practitioners to distinguished mentors. We love finding people that are the perfect fit for our team.

When you work with us, you will be surrounded by a supportive team of like-minded allied health professionals, an impassioned leadership team and our client support superstars.

Supports

We pride ourselves on the positive culture and supportive environment we have built together as a team. We continue to provide support through the following programmes:

You will participate in our highly regarded onboarding program. This program is designed to welcome you as a new team member and assist you to immerse yourself in our culture, our values and our processes. You will be provided with an opportunity to build a sustainable foundation to launch the next stage of your career pathway from.

You will be provided with regular clinical supervision (weekly or fortnightly depending on experience). Your clinical supervision will encompass the three key areas of:

  • Development, learning, training
  • Wellbeing, support, stress management and resilience
  • Accountability, compliance, assessment and quality assurance

You will be provided with input into your caseload and the way you deliver it. You will be assisted in finding flow in your week so you can achieve all the things that form part of the service. You will be emboldened to identify your ideal clients from our waitlist. You will be encouraged to gradually develop your range of experience through supported exposure to more complex clients.

You will be provided with a range of training opportunities provided by Eat Speak Learn, our partners and external training organisations. You will be able to access a personalised professional development budget that you control through our rewards system. You will be supported to identify the areas of practice you enjoy and to pursue experience and education in these fields. You will operate under a 70:20:10 learning model that reflects on people gaining:

  • 70% of their knowledge from job-related experiences,
  • 20% from interactions with colleagues; and
  • 10% from formal learning events.

You will access a regular fortnightly catch up with a member of the leadership team to help you progress in your career as well as in life. We take a holistic view of how we can help you achieve your version of success. You will assisted to develop a personalised plan for success and you will be provided with encouragement and a pathway to achieve your vision.

You will also access a wide range of informal mentoring and support from hallway chats to the daily lunchtime huddle. We love to get together to share what we’ve learned and discover new ways of doing things.

We have custom-made structures and processes for career pathway planning and progression, with 6 monthly review periods to get you to your career goals.

You will be able to access real time feedback from your peers on your performance in a number of ways. We meet each morning as a team to celebrate wins both personal and professional. We have a system for peer recognition used by everyone to recognise and reward team members putting our values into action. We champion radical candour and we are honest with ourselves and each other in giving timely and caring feedback.

You will work in a team that has a strategic plan and a tactical engagement strategy. Together we identify what we want to achieve, and we work on projects to improve the experiences of our team, our clients and ourselves. You will learn how to plan, implement, sustain and reflect on projects as part of your career development. You will also celebrate success at the end of each quarter with a fun filled activity that you are guaranteed never to forget!

We recognise that having a child can be a stressful time for working parents. We want to take some of the financial pressures off by supporting our team with paid parental leave.

The Role of a Practitioner

Each Practitioner is provided with a space and the resources to allow you to get the best outcomes for the children in your care.

Our client support team looks after all of the paperwork, invoicing and scheduling, leaving you to do what you really love to do.

We have developed simple processes designed to make your work life easy. This includes a user-friendly, online platform with established procedures.

We are an in-clinic service and mobile services are only offered at your discretion. You will be able to use the latest technology to collaborate and communicate with the team to increase efficiency in your day.

Your work day remains within your work day! You are scheduled with time specifically allocated within your day to complete tasks.

Your contribution and value to the team is acknowledged through above award rates and access to a rewards program.

Positions Available

You will be working with clients with communication and/or feeding needs. You will also be working as part of a team to support children requiring a multidisciplinary approach and coordinated care to achieve their outcomes.

We have a large team of speech pathologists with niche areas of interest including children 0-2 years of age, feeding, social skills, telehealth, AAC and stuttering to name a few. We encourage and support development in the areas that inspire and interest you and can offer the support of at least 3 senior speech practitioners.

This role may also be suitable for someone looking to upskill in AAC, feeding or mentoring.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct comprehensive assessments of client with communication and/or feeding needs,
  • Develop and implement individualised treatment plans to improve communication and/or feeding skills
  • Provide therapy to patients to improve their communication and/or feeding skills
  • Monitor and evaluate patients’ progress and adjust treatment plans accordingly
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date patient records and communicate regularly with other healthcare professionals
  • Work closely with other members of our multidisciplinary team to ensure coordinated care and optimal patient outcomes.

Requirements:

  • Degree in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist with Speech Pathology Australia or Eligible to be considered for this position.

This role may also be suitable for someone looking to upskill in AAC, feeding or mentoring.

We are looking for an OT with 3 years+ experience, part-time or full-time, to join our multidisciplinary team consisting of occupational therapists, speech pathologists, physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, dietitians, social workers and allied health assistants. We have innovative job design options allowing flexibility, traditional or high rewards career pathways, with opportunities for mentoring other team members. Our caseload would lend itself to an OT interested in emotional regulation and supporting sensory differences to align with our dedicated feeding program as well as our clients with complex needs.

About You

You are a values-oriented OT who is passionate about giving children with disability and developmental delays a better quality of life. You are open-minded to innovation and enjoy autonomy. You are an open communicator and contribute to the team with feedback and recommendations that inform commitment to career satisfaction and longevity and exceptional client and service outcomes.

About the Role

You will be part of a team of OT’s and allied health professionals. We specially designed clinic rooms and also provide services in natural environments of home and school. We have a team of allied health assistants to support therapy goals and programs, particularly with group programs or embedding skills in natural environments. Our innovative approach to multidisciplinary services is designed to ensure that clients move through our programs in a structured progression so they can spend more time living and less time in therapy.

Caseload Expectations

We know how important a good workflow is to maintaining balance in your life. This role would involve four days working with clients face to face in our Belconnen Clinic for a full-time role. This role is designed to allow you to have flexibility in managing your non-face-to-face tasks in a workflow that suits you.

The number of clients you see each week would depend on your level of experience.

Requirements:

  • Degree in Occupational Therapy
  • Certified Practicing Occupational Therapist with AHPRA or Eligible to be considered for this position.

We’re looking for a physiotherapist, part-time or full-time, to join our multidisciplinary team consisting of speech pathologists, titled paediatric physiotherapist, exercise physiologist, dietitians and allied health assistants. We have innovative job design options allowing flexibility, traditional or high rewards career pathways, with opportunities for mentoring other team members.

About You

You are a values-oriented Physiotherapist who is passionate about giving children with disability and developmental delays a better quality of life. You are open-minded to innovation and change and enjoy autonomy. You are an open communicator and contribute to the team with feedback and recommendations that inform commitment to career satisfaction and longevity and exceptional client and service outcomes.

About the Role

You will be supported by an APA Titled Paediatric Physiotherapist with over 25 years industry experience, focusing on babies and young children with developmental delay and disability, including offering Pretchl’s General Movement Assessments. Our wider clinic team consists of senior practitioners experienced with AAC, feeding and nutrition. You will work closely with a paediatric exercise physiologist and with allied health assistants to achieve amplified clinical outcomes.

We have a full suite of clinic rooms and offer hydrotherapy at the nearby CISAC pool. We also provide services in natural environments of home and school. We have a team of allied health assistants to support therapy goals and programs, particularly with group programs or embedding skills in natural environments. Our innovative approach to multidisciplinary services is designed to ensure that clients move through our programs in a structured progression so they can spend more time living and less time in therapy.

Requirements:

  • Degree in Physiotherapy
  • Certified Practicing Physiotherapist with AHPRA or Eligible to be considered for this position.
  • You will be supported by a team that is passionate about giving children with disability and developmental delays a better quality of life through personalised therapy services.
  • You will be part of a team that are considered as leaders in innovation and creativity. That’s good too. Is there more?
  • You will be part of a multidisciplinary team who takes a holistic, collaborative and coordinated approach to client care.
  • You will be part of an organisation that prides itself on being a centre of learning and development.
  • You will be part of a team that measures and celebrates the outcomes it achieves in a very unique way.

Our team is made up of team members from many allied health disciplines including speech pathology, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, exercise physiology, dietetics and nutrition.

Your caseload and capacity will be built around your ideal client. You will be in control of how services are delivered. We are primarily an in-clinic service but we support our therapists to deliver mobile and telehealth services as well as the capacity to do some work from home.

Selection Criteria:

  • Tertiary qualification in your discipline
  • Current Certified Practicing registration or eligibility for membership under your governing body
  • Current Professional Indemnity Insurance
  • Current Working with Vulnerable People registration
  • The successful practitioner will have access to regular clinical supervision, peer mentoring, in house ongoing education and the opportunity to build a development budget for external workshops and seminars. This is a permanent position, with remuneration above the Health Professionals and Support Services 2010 award.

If you think you have what it takes and would like to join our fun and passionate team, apply via the form on this page. Don’t forget to include your resume and cover letter.

Applications will be reviewed on receipt, and successful candidates will be contacted by a member of the Eat Speak Learn team.

You will be working with clients with nutrition concerns, sensory issues and eating disorders. You will also be working as part of a team to support children requiring a multidisciplinary approach and coordinated care to achieve their outcomes.

We have a large team of dietitians, speech pathologists and occupational therapists with niche areas of interest including children 0-2 years of age, feeding, social skills, and sensory issues to name a few.

Food play and food groups are a big part of the role. We love to have fun!

Responsibilities

  • Conduct comprehensive assessments of client with nutrition and/or feeding needs,
  • Develop and implement individualised treatment plans to improve nutrition and/or feeding skills
  • Provide therapy to patients to improve their feeding skills
  • Monitor and evaluate patients’ progress and adjust treatment plans accordingly
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date patient records and communicate regularly with other healthcare professionals
  • Work closely with other members of our multidisciplinary team to ensure coordinated care and optimal patient outcomes.

Requirements:

  • Degree in Dietetics
  • Accredited Practicing Dietitian with Dietitians Australia or Eligible to be considered for this position.

We’re looking for a part-time social worker to join our multidisciplinary team consisting of speech pathologists, occupational therapists physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, dietitians and allied health assistants.

About You

You are a values-oriented social worker who is passionate about supporting children (and their families) with disability and developmental delays a better quality of life. You are open-minded to innovation and change and enjoy autonomy. You are an open communicator and contribute to the team with feedback and recommendations that inform commitment to career satisfaction and longevity and exceptional client and service outcomes.

About the Role

This role is suitable to someone that has experience in a high-paced area, such as child protection or youth justice and is looking for a change.

This role involves counselling as well as connecting NDIS participants with community networks. The main aim is to assist families to break through the barriers that are preventing them from achieving their therapy goals. Our social work clients are found within our existing caseload and services are recommended by their treating allied health professional.

Requirements:

  • Degree in Social Work
  • Member with the Australian Association of Social Workers or Eligible to be considered for this position.

Role and Responsibilities

Deliver client care services as an Allied Health Assistant including:

At Level 1

  • In session support
  • Group support
  • Room preparation and pack down
  • Resource creation (i.e. binding, laminating etc)
  • Drafting case notes, letters, reports etc

At Level 2

  • Delivering Allied Health Programs as prescribed by a Practitioner
  • Case conferencing sessions with the Practitioner
  • Communicating client progress with the Practitioner (Level 2 only)
  • Supporting the day-to-day administrative aspects of the business, including welcoming clients at reception with a smile, scheduling appointments, responding to phone and email queries and client document processing.
  • Assisting the practitioners with general administrative tasks.
  • Identifying opportunities for further streamlining and improving client and staff experience.
  • Sharing the day-to-day responsibility of cleaning and implementing our COVID-Safe/cleaning/PPE practices in the clinic.
  • Working independently, with support from the Leadership Team
  • Being a loved and valued member of our team!

Key Selection Criteria

  • A qualification as an Allied Health Assistant, experience in a similar field, or current enrolment in an Allied Health Degree
  • Excellent customer service skills and professional phone manner.
  • Excellent computer skills with experience in cloud-based software or practice management systems, Microsoft Office, and other relevant computer/online software.
  • Ability to learn new skills quickly, adapt to change and work independently.
  • Enthusiasm to support the practice to take the next steps in its growth and development.
  • A ‘can-do’, positive attitude.

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