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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 28/09/2021.

Band 5 - Children's Speech and Language Therapist

Job Reference: 074-A-21-14000

CSH Surrey
£25,655 - £31,534 + 5% HCA pro rata

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Children’s Speech and language Therapist - Band 5

Hours: 30 hours

Base: Woking

Are you interested in working within a busy, enthusiastic and supportive team of Speech and Language Therapists and Assistants, where you will be able to develop your skills, contribute to ongoing service development and be fully supported by a supportive team?

If so, working for Children and Family Health Surrey (CFHS) may be for you.

To deliver the high quality services for the children within Surrey we firmly believe this is achieved by ensuring our teams have access to effective, timely and high quality training and support.

To achieve this we provide a wide range of CPD including

  • Regular supervision with your line manager (a more senior Speech and Language Therapist)

  • A rolling programme of in-house training to update your knowledge and skills throughout the year a range of topic relevant to your role including ASD diagnosis, Stammering, Using Parent Child Interaction, Writing EHCPs, Attention.

  • Access to a well-developed Learning and Development department offering leadership and personal development opportunities to support your personal development plan.

You will be based in Woking. You will work as a member of our Early Years Team. This is a challenging and varied role.

Day to day you will be conducting assessments, writing reports and running therapy sessions (groups or individual) for a varied population of 0-5 year olds including children with Language disorders and delays, Social Communication Disorders, Speech difficulties, stammering, Down Syndrome, general delay.

You may work in a variety of settings - Health centres, Children’s Centres, nurseries and patient’s homes.

As part of your ‘developing specialist’ role you may also be involved in:

  • Supporting and line-managing less experienced members of the team

  • Organising and co-ordinating a small team within your local area

  • Conducting multi-disciplinary assessments

  • Delivering training to parents, HVs or Nurseries

  • Running drop-in sessions

  • Working with specialist caseloads (aged 0-19) such as children who stammer, children with an acquired brain injury, basic dysphagia or voice (based on your experience and the needs of the service).

Children and Family Health Surrey is made up of three partnering organisations; CSH Surrey, First Community Health and Care, and Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. Together, we provide one Surrey-wide community health service for children and young people from 0 to 19 years of age (up to 25 years for young adults with additional needs) and their families and carers.

To find out more about the role please contact:

Sarah Chalker–Beh Acting Clinical Team Lead NW Quadrant

Mobile: 07970 939200

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