Band 6 Speech & Language Therapist
Job Title and Grade:Band 6 Speech & Language Therapist
Location/Trust:Alder Hey Hospital, Kilby House
Department Covered: Liverpool Community Speech & Language Therapy
Placement Ref/ID: 40283,40284,40285,40286,40287
We have long term placement opportunities available for Speech & Language Therapist at Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, specifically providing the following:
About the Job
To work with the team leader and neighbourhood team of speech and language therapists to provide a high-quality speech and language therapy service to children aged 0-19 in a variety of community settings including clinics, schools, and nurseries.
Provide therapeutic intervention using specialist knowledge to children with a variety of speech, language, and communication difficulties.
Model and support less experienced clinical staff to use specialist skills in assessing children with a complex combination of communication difficulties and disabilities.
Work collaboratively with other partner agencies and carers to enable them to understand the communication impairment and to provide appropriate advice, support, and intervention.
Ensure the delivery of the quality strategy within the designated area incorporating establishment of systems and processes.
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital cares for over 330,000 children, young people, and their families every year.
As one of Europe’s biggest and busiest children’s hospitals, we treat everything from common illnesses to highly complex and specialist conditions.
To apply for this post, you need to have:
Recognised Speech and Language Therapy degree qualification or equivalent.
Relevant experience of assessing, care planning and report writing
Assessment tools relevant to the client group.
National policies and procedures relevant to the client group.
Awareness of the principles of clinical governance/audit.
Awareness of standards of record keeping.
Good auditory discrimination skills and ability to transcribe speech phonetically.
What will be your main responsibilities?
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide, in- depth assessment, differential diagnosis, signposting, intervention and modelling, report writing and review of Specialist Speech and Language Therapy treatment and discharge in a timely manner.
Make appropriate referrals to Highly Specialist Speech & Language Therapists and other health, education and social care professionals and complete peer review and combined decision making to develop care plans.
Demonstrate the ability to reflect on auditory, visual and kinaesthetic aspects of client’s communication and to identify appropriate strategies to facilitate and enhance communicative effectiveness.
Provide comprehensive and timely reports for Statutory assessment process, standard service reports and participate in annual reviews as required.
Be responsible for the security, care and maintenance of equipment ensuring standards of infection control and safety are maintained – including equipment loaned to client.
Manage and prioritise own workload and a defined caseload.
Maintain all contacts and activity via the appropriate recording system.
Recognise potential breakdown and conflict when it occurs and seek advice and support to resolve this.
Training & Education
Attend relevant training and development to maintain skills and knowledge required of a therapist working in the field of communication disorders and maintain up to date HCPC and RCSLT registration.
Develop a working knowledge of relevant procedures including Safeguarding children, Special Educational Needs procedures, and other legal frameworks.
Keep up to date with new techniques and developments for the promotion and maintenance of good practice in early diagnostic intervention, specific language impairment and relevant clinical areas.
Clinical Governance/Research and Audit
Maintain case notes and therapy goal and care plans in clients’ case files, in accordance with professional guidelines.
Demonstrate knowledge of, and adhere to, RCSLT professional and clinical and National and Local guidelines.
Communicate effectively with clinical teams both multi-disciplinary and uni-disciplinary by discussing own and others’ input around clients’ needs, ensuring a well-coordinated care plan.
Write and produce reports regarding the child’s needs, child’s progress, recommendations, and summary of proposed care plans.
In return for your hard work commitment NHS Professionals (NHSP) can offer you some fantastic benefits: –
Competitive Pay Rates- work this week, get paid next week!
First choice of placements at over 50 NHS Trusts in England
Flexible working options
Free DBS and free training
Build holiday allowance
Support when you need it – 24/7 365 days –Call us anytime on 03330 144 370
Stakeholder pension scheme
Who are NHS Professionals?
NHS Professionals (NHSP), owned by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), works in partnership with hospital trusts to provide a bank of highly skilled temporary workers who want to work flexibly within the NHS.
Working through the NHSP bank means Trusts don’t have to rely on expensive agencies. Right now, we have over 130,000 members registered on our bank from various roles, grades, and specialities, saving the NHS over£70 millioneach year. This money is then reinvested back into the NHS.
Register today for various flexible working options and long-term placement opportunities.
For more information on the roles or details on how to join NHS Professionals, simply get in touch with Vishal PansaniyaasRecruitment & Placement Consultanton 0144 290 2002 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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