Speech and Language Therapist
We are currently looking to expand our specialist team to recruit a creative and dynamic newly qualified speech and language therapist with a passion for learning. This is an exciting opportunity to work as part of a supportive, well-established speech and language team, working collaboratively with the school teachers and learning support staff to promote student independence, well-being and communication across the curriculum.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone with interest/experience in working with:
- Language Disorder
- Autistic Spectrum Condition
- Functional Communication using AAC systems
- Social Communication and Pragmatic Disorder
We offer our Speech and Language Therapists:
- The chance to work in a friendly and supportive environment
- The opportunity to work collaboratively with an enthusiastic and dedicated team of Therapy staff and Teachers with a joint aim to maximise each child’s potential through implementation of specialist interventions/strategies in a nurturing and supportive environment.
- Joint planning and delivery of specialist language interventions/strategies.
- Working alongside the SALT team to implement a “specialist teaching skills” staff CPD training programme.
- Small group and in class work opportunities to deliver specific and targeted social skills groups.
- A dynamic caseload with the opportunity to deliver therapy and see outcomes achieved.
- Opportunities for continuing and relevant professional development.
- NQT package including regular clinical supervision and support to complete your competencies.
Essential for this role will be:
- A recognised Speech and Language Therapy degree/qualification
- Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) license to practise
- Member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT).
The ideal candidate will be:
- An enthusiastic, confident individual with a passion for learning.
- An excellent communicator who possesses an empathetic and positive manner with young people with a wide range of complex communication and interaction needs.
- A strong team player who works supportively with colleagues, with the ability to work on their own initiative.
- A compassionate individual with an ability to build good working relationships with children, teachers, parents and carers.
- A driven and flexible individual who is able to work closely with other professionals in order to integrate SLT goals into the educational setting.
- An encouraging individual with the ability to promote positive behaviour in a nurturing environment.
- An individual with an independent approach and the ability to demonstrate a good working knowledge of standardised assessments and clinical observation.
Visits to the school are encouraged. Please contact Laura Watkins, Specialist Speech and Language Therapist for more information, or Martin Harris for an application form on 01494 762538. Email: email@example.com
Closing Date: 10th January 2020
Interviews: w/c 20th January 2020
ASTRA TEACHING TRAINING
This year, Stony Dean is thrilled to be offering bursary led/QTS and PGCE teacher training places for 2019-2020, in partnership with the Astra SCITT. Astra has recently (November 2018) been judged as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted in all four categories for initial teacher training. The full Ofsted inspection report is available via the Astra website (www.astra-alliance.com) or this link to the Ofsted website.
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