Speech and Language Therapist


Qualifying Factors:
• Recognized Bachelors’ Degree or Master’s Degree in Speech Pathology.

• Relevant clinical experiences. Candidates with prior experiences of working with the pediatric population albeit in different capacity or have shown outstansding clinical performance in pediatric placements will be seriously considered.

• Hardworking, flexible and creative team player who is prepared to “roll with the punches”

• Comfortable working independently as well as collaboratively in a trans-disciplinary setting

• Client and service-oriented

• High level of interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills

• Excellent time management skills and self-monitoring skills

• Demonstrated ability to provide clinical services including client assessment and treatment using conventional assessment tools.

Clinical Work
• Develop and implement appropriate intervention strategies to address clients’ developmental/learning/emotional/behavioural issues

• To conduct talks/training/seminars to schools and other stakeholders when required to do so.

• Facilitate training for staff and entry-level educators.

Administrative duties
• To write case reports, assessment reports and letters to related stakeholders when necessary.

• Marketing of your role to the community

The successful candidate can look forward to:
• An attractive and generous employment package

• Friendly work environment

• Trans-disciplinary setting

Interested Applicants: Please write in together with your CV/resume and Cover Letter with assurance that your application will be kept strictly confidential to:

Please state your current and expected salary.