CAMHS Speech and Language Therapist

Employer
Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Location
Bury
Salary
£40,057 to £45,839 a year per annum
Closing date
5 Jul 2022

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Speech and Language Therapist to join a highly experienced multi-professional Neurodevelopment Team in Bury CAMHS.

Delivery of evidence based Speech and Language Therapy services including assessments and specialist interventions to young people on the neurodevelopment pathway including autism who may have complex and challenging needs. You will be working in a multidisciplinary context with the expectation to be person centred, creative and innovative in meeting the communication needs of individuals whilst offering support to the young person and families / carers, evaluating the effectiveness of intervention packages and implementing outcome measures

Evidence of supervisory skills is essential as the post holder will be involved in the development, implementation and review of care pathways alongside experienced clinicians from other areas of the directorate. The post holder will have excellent communication skills and negotiation skills and work alongside other professionals, families and carers. The post holder will manage the Speech and Language Therapy input to the team.

Alongside development of the communication needs of young people, the post holder will also be experienced in assessment and supervision and will carry a small case load in this area

Main duties of the job

Delivery of evidence based Speech and Language Therapy services including assessments and specialist interventions to young people on the neurodevelopment pathway including autism who may have complex and challenging needs. You will be working in a multidisciplinary context with the expectation to be person centred, creative and innovative in meeting the communication needs of individuals whilst offering support to the young person and families / carers, evaluating the effectiveness of intervention packages and implementing outcome measures

Evidence of supervisory skills is essential as the post holder will be involved in the development, implementation and review of care pathways alongside experienced clinicians from other areas of the directorate. The post holder will have excellent communication skills and negotiation skills and work alongside other professionals, families and carers. The post holder will manage the Speech and Language Therapy input to the team.

Alongside development of the communication needs of young people, the post holder will also be experienced in assessment and supervision and will carry a small case load in this area

About us

The team is a multidisciplinary team and co located at Fairfield Hospital. We deliver high quality assessments and interventions for people with complex and challenging needs. The team consists of nurses, mental health practitioners, assistant psychology and psychiatrist input. The team work across the borough of Bury

Job description Job responsibilities

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Speech and Language Therapist to join a highly experienced multi-professional Neurodevelopment Team in Bury CAMHS.

The team is a multidisciplinary team and co located at Fairfield Hospital. We deliver high quality assessments and interventions for people with complex and challenging needs. The team consists of nurses, mental health practitioners, assistant psychology and psychiatrist input. The team work across the borough of Bury

Role Summary

Delivery of evidence based Speech and Language Therapy services including assessments and specialist interventions to young people on the neurodevelopment pathway including autism who may have complex and challenging needs. You will be working in a multidisciplinary context with the expectation to be person centred, creative and innovative in meeting the communication needs of individuals whilst offering support to the young person and families / carers, evaluating the effectiveness of intervention packages and implementing outcome measures

Evidence of supervisory skills is essential as the post holder will be involved in the development, implementation and review of care pathways alongside experienced clinicians from other areas of the directorate. The post holder will have excellent communication skills and negotiation skills and work alongside other professionals, families and carers. The post holder will manage the Speech and Language Therapy input to the team.

Alongside development of the communication needs of young people, the post holder will also be experienced in assessment and supervision and will carry a small case load in this area

Key requirements of the Person Specification

Recognised Speech and Language Therapy degree or equivalent

Previous experience of working with individuals with neurodevelopmental conditions

Person Specification essential and desirable Essential
  • professional qualification required
Desirable
  • experience of working with client group


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