Are you looking to work for a leading specialist further education provider? Are you someone who wants to play a key role in ensuring students gain skills and confidence? Are you at the start of your career or looking for a change of work place? Working as a Speech and Language Therapist 39-44 hours per week in Cheltenham with a salary off £28,000 – £34,500 DOE. You will have a Recognised Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists degree level qualification, Membership of The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and a HCPC Licence. Term time only.
Company pension scheme.
Life assurance cover.
Use of onsite facilities such as a fitness suite and swimming pool.
Roles, Responsibilities, Skills & Attributes:
Knowledge of a broad range of professional formal and informal assessment methods and their interpretation
Knowledge of and adherence to the College and Speech and Language Therapy Service policies and procedures, national guidelines, and professional standards
Professional skills in assessment, differential diagnosis, and targeting of clinical interventions
Highly developed auditory and perceptual skills in assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of clients
Experience of completing Dysphagia assessments
Working with people with a broad range of physical and learning disabilities, including Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, and Acquired Brain Injury.
If this role is of interest to you, please apply below or contact Elliott @ RE Recruitment today. RE Recruitment act as an employment agency on behalf of the employer.
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