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Specialist Speech and Language

Greater London, South East England
Contract type:
Full time
NHS band:
Band 5, Band 6
Specialist areas:
Education, Paediatric
Start Date:
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Location: North London & Essex
Hours: Part time or Full time, Flexible
NHS band: Band 5 or Band 6
Specialist areas: Education, Paediatric, Mainstream
Start Date: ASAP
Recruiter: ACCESS Speech and Language Therapy Ltd

Mainstream Secondary School, North London & Mainstream Primary School, Chingford, Essex

We are seeking a band 5 or 6 Speech and Language Therapist to join our growing, friendly team.

The role is flexible and can be full-time or part-time, or job share.

We currently have one full day a week in a Secondary Academy in Enfield and one full day at a Primary Academy in Chingford. The two schools are just 3 miles away from each other. There’s also potential for additional days, working with a paediatric caseload.

You will manage your own therapy caseload, including assessments, individual and group therapy.

The role is term-time only with paid holidays, to start asap.
As a therapist, you will be responsible for:
• Carrying out formal and informal assessment and making diagnostic decisions.
• Setting and evaluating aims and objectives regarding speech, language and communication.
• Carrying out direct and indirect therapy interventions.
• Working with others, including families, teaching staff and other professionals.
• Prioritising and managing caseload with support.
• Maintaining best practice clinical standards as per RCSLT CQ live guidelines.
• Maintaining a working knowledge of local policies and procedures and legal frameworks.
• Carrying out required administrative duties.
• Working independently and accessing support as needed.
• Contributing to development of the practice, including marketing and promoting services.
• Taking independent responsibility for continuing professional development and maintaining up to date HCPC registration
• Other duties as discussed with the practice manager.

Benefits of working with ACCESS include:
• Opportunity to tailor the role to suit your work/life priorities
• All flexible working requests will be considered.
• Robust clinical supervision for all therapists.
• Regular team meetings and peer support.
• Support for new graduates to complete their competencies and gain confidence as therapists.
• Access to training and CPD budgets.
• Clinical support from SaLT team.
• Support for clinical research and evidence-based practice.
• Posts are permanent.
• Paid school holidays.
• All resources provided.
• Pension scheme.

Please send CV and cover letter to to apply.

Closing Date:
Contact Details:
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Contact: John Cane

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