Speech and Language Therapist – Schools Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust London HA2

  • Full Time
  • London HA2
  • 32,720 - 39,769 £ / Year

Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

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Pay

  • £32,720 – £39,769 a year

Job type

  • Full-time

Location

London HA2

Full job description

We are:

  • A large supportive, sociable and friendly MDT team of 60+therapists
  • Committed to the well-being of our staff
  • Easily accessible via public transport from central London and neighbouring counties

We can provide:

  • Flexible working

Time to ensure access to regular and ongoing CPD

  • Support with signing off competencies
  • Opportunities for shadowing in a range of settings
  • Clearly structured caseloads and prioritisation system
  • Highly structured induction with opportunities to shadow other therapists
  • Access to clinical specialists in all areas

In joining you will receive:

  • Regular and ongoing developing therapist training
  • A consistent caseload to see through assessment, ongoing therapy and up to discharge

In this post you will be working within the schools speech and language therapy team. You will manage a caseload of children and young people with support from a senior SLT. The post holder will provide speech and language therapy to a designated caseload of children with a range of speech, language and communication, eating/drinking difficulties and Special Educational Needs (SEN) attending schools in and around Harrow. A significant proportion of these children will be bilingual. You will be expected to manage your own caseload with minimal support from a senior therapist. This post will involve travelling between schools and working alongside teaching staff and parents to ensure appropriate therapy programmes and education plans are in place for the children under their care. You will be expected to work collaboratively children/young people (CYP), parents/carers and with colleagues in health, education and social care in planning and delivery of services.

The successful applicant may have contact with patients or service users. As an NHS Trust we strongly encourage and support vaccination as this remains the best way to protect yourself, your family, your colleagues and of course patients and service users when working on our healthcare settings.

You will be joining and welcomed into a diverse therapy team who actively promote and advocate for equality and diversity.

Please see job description and person specification for main duties and responsibilities required in this post.

To apply for this job please visit www.cnwlpeople.co.uk.

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Ethan Anderson

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