School Lead Speech and Language Therapist

Pace / School Lead Speech and Language Therapist

School Lead Speech and Language Therapist

Competitive salary and 10 weeks paid annual leave
3 days/week (6 sessions)

We currently have an opening within our Speech & Language Therapy service at Pace, for a School Lead.

In this role, the School Lead SLT will undertake pivotal duties across Pace School using expert clinical reasoning skills to provide specialist intervention, support and advice, to ensure clinical governance and to contribute to programme development, training and strategic planning. Specific duties include supervision of the school SLTs, membership on School Management team and clinical responsibility for a small caseload.

Reporting to the Clinical Lead SLT, the School Lead SLT will have demonstrated expertise in paediatric motor disorders, AAC, hold a Specialist Dysphagia qualification (Inter-Professional Dysphagia Qualification standards) and interest in clinical research. The post holder will be a creative, innovative and flexible professional with exceptional clinical and collaborative skills.

Closing date:  29 March 2019                             Interview date: 25 April 2019

For an informal chat and/or further details please contact:

Laurel Allen, Clinical Lead SLT,  laurel.allen@thepacecentre.org,  Tel: 01296 614287, Lindsay Hardy, Director of Clinical Services, lindsay.hardy@thepacecentre.org, or Fiona Jones, HR  fiona.jones@thepacecentre.org

Applications should be sent to Fiona, HR Department, The Pace Centre, Bradbury Campus, 156 Wendover Road, Aylesbury, HP22 5TE

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