Speech & Language Therapist Children & Young Peoples Service
The Retreat York are recruiting a part-time Speech & Language Therapist to work in our Children’s and Young People Service. You will be providing assessments, diagnosis, and therapy services, undertaking the screening of referrals and recommendations for treatment models as part of an MDT. You will have attained appropriate post-graduate qualifications i.e., Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule; training and experience in implementing Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) methods (aided and unaided); specific approaches or interventions relevant to social communication and autism, such as: SCERTS, Hanen, Attention Autism, PECS. You will also hold accreditation with an appropriate professional body.
If you’re driven by excellence, achievement, recognition, and the reward that comes from making a positive difference, we would like to hear from you.
Working at The Retreat
Your work will make a real difference to the lives of your clients. You will have the opportunity, time, and space to deliver a tailored, high-quality service and have the support of other senior clinicians to offer truly holistic care.
Our Quaker heritage and values underpin everything that we do, and our team are committed to our core values of compassion, collaboration, and community, enabling people to gain hope, and encouraging resilience.
You will be supported both personally and professionally with consideration taken to your own wellbeing and development. We actively support the development of our team through monthly supervision and encouraging career advancement. You will receive comprehensive administrative support enabling you to concentrate on your clinical role.
Remuneration and benefits
- Salary £40,000 £45,000 (FTE) dependent on skills & experience
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (pro-rata part-time)
- An extra day’s leave on your birthday and an extra day at Christmas in addition to the bank holidays
- Flexible hours
- Hybrid working
- Paid professional registration fees
- Funded clinical supervision
- Protected CPD time
- Mentoring support
- Monthly or bimonthly management supervision
- Dedicated service administration team
- Employment Assist Programme – giving access to range of advice and support
- Well-being support
- On site free car parking
If you are interested in the role and would like more information please contact Guy Richardson, Allied Health Professional Lead, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications by CV with covering letter.