We are One Team IPC Health, we are passionate, creative and we make a difference.We deliver innovative high-quality services that are client centred, collaborative, coordinated and demonstrate value through measured impact. We are a not-for-profit community health service committed to working with the rapidly growing areas of Melbourne’s middle and outer West, where population will grow by 400,000 in the coming 15 years. By year 2035, we anticipate that the total population served will be approximately 1.2 million.The OpportunityBecome an integral part of IPC Health’s Child Health Team as a Child Speech Pathologist, supporting community wellbeing and providing care and intervention strategies to the target population. You will work within the social model of health, collaborating with a broad team to review and assess a child's language, speech and communication skills; and implement interventions that meet their needs. With a supportive team and access to a multidisciplinary team, you will grow your clinical skills and knowledge as you embed best practice in delivering quality speech pathology care that incorporates aspects of health education, therapeutic management and health promotion.The opportunities available are Grade 1 Allied Health Professional positions classified under the Victorian Stand Alone Community Health Centres Allied Health Professionals Enterprise Agreement 2017 – 2021. These positions are offering $34.49-$41.96 per hour plus 10% superannuation.0.8FTE Part Time Ongoing - based at Hoppers Crossing and Altona Meadows campus0.8FTE Part Time Fixed Term until June 2022 (Special Projects) - based at Hoppers Crossing and Sunshine campusYou will make a difference byWorking collaboratively with the Child Health Team to plan service delivery within services across the Wyndham, Brimbank and Hobsons Bay communities.  Delivering meaningful speech pathology services to children and their families through best practice assessment and interventions that will address family’s needs and priorities.Enhancing client and service outcomes through effective evaluation and reflective supports.To succeed, you will needGraduate or post-graduate degree in speech pathology.Minimum 12 months experience working as a Paediatric Speech Pathologist.Experience working in paediatric allied health, with experience working in a community health setting an advantage.Ability to work collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary team to develop and implement evidence-based programs that meet the communication and wellbeing goals for children.Strong communication, networking, and interpersonal skills.An ability to actively engage children and their families in a group settingCurrent and valid Victorian Working with Children’s Check and driver’s licence.Why work with us?Health Services and Programs – discounted immunisations and gym memberships.Salary Packaging – as a non-for-profit organisation, we are able to provide generous Salary Packing to reduce your taxable income.Comprehensive Orientation and Induction Program – we will ensure that you have the support you need to live and breathe excellence, service enhancement and innovation.Health Insurance - as a part of our team, you can get an ongoing 7% discount on health insurance.Training and Development – we will assist you to pursue your career goals and objectives through ongoing professional development. What next?If you are passionate, creative and want to make a difference, we want to hear from you. All you need to do is visit our careers page, read the role’s Success Profile, submit your resume and answer a few short questions.To find out more about the role, please contact Sebastian Buccheri – Senior Manager Allied Health Services on 0411 201 908 .Applications close on 3 October 2021We are committed to maintaining a barrier-free environment for all and welcome individuals of diverse backgrounds, including but not limited to, those from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and the LGBTI communities to apply for our job opportunities.If you require a reasonable workplace adjustment to support you during the interview process please email Careers@ipchealth.com.au with your request. Reasonable workplace adjustments are changes that are necessary and achievable to enable a person to efficiently perform their role to the best of their abilities. A reasonable workplace adjustment can be requested at any time in the recruitment process or as a part of employment with IPC Health.Success Profile - Speech Pathologist (Grade 1) 30 AUD Melbourne 3000