Speech and Language Therapist at LG

Posted 1 week ago

Description

New posts approved for Surrey schools service!

We are a large service covering all mainstream and specialist schools across Surrey, with office bases in Leatherhead, Redhill and Woking. We work with children with EHCPs as well as those needing targeted SEN support.

We can offer you:

  • Salary starting at £28,145 for five days a week across 42 weeks per year (term time + 3 weeks of holiday working) pro-rata to £30,660
  • Flexible working options around school core hours
  • Mobile and agile working solutions
  • Comprehensive clinical supervision programme including a buddy, 1:1 meetings with line manager, extensive in house training programme and formal external training opportunities, access to clinical effectiveness groups, case study groups and an NQP / Band 5 group, termly study days, encouragement to join and attend CEN's relating to practice.
  • Enhanced support for Newly Qualified Practitioner's to take you through your competencies
  • Local government salary-related pension offered, discounted child care vouchers, and the option to join the car lease scheme.
  • A mixed and varied caseload across settings and age groups
  • A team of students, therapists and assistants led by a Therapies Manager who is an SLT

We are looking for therapists who:

  • Want to develop their skills working with school aged children
  • Have a recognised SLT degree in Speech and Language Therapy
  • Are registered with the HCPC and RCSLT, and have permission to work in the UK

About the role

The School-Aged Speech and Language Therapy Service is part of Surrey County Council's local SEND offer, working collaboratively in the Vulnerable Learners team in Surrey Children, Schools and Families Directorate, with other teams like educational psychology, and specialist teachers.
We aim to deliver the right support at the right time, through assessment and intervention, and equipping families and professionals with the skills and resources to work together to help and support children with SLCN. We follow the Balance model to offer universal, targeted and specialist support for children, families, and the school workforce, and work with children and young people with EHCPs (Education, Health & Care Plan) and those at SEN (Special Education Needs) support following Surrey's Graduated Response.
Your main duties in the role of Speech and Language Therapist will include but not be limited to:
  • Clinical decision making in conjunction with school staff around the level of support needed to achieve the best possible outcome for the children on your defined caseload. If you are not yet an autonomous practitioner, you will be supported to develop clinical decision-making skills by a clinical team leader
  • Working with speech and language therapy assistants, setting targets for the children and young people they are supporting, and monitoring of the delivery and outcomes of their work.
  • Assessment, advice and intervention for children with a range of speech, language and communication needs within your caseload. For children and young people on your caseload who are considered to have complex needs and where a joint multidisciplinary approach is essential to achieving the best outcome for these children, you will be supported by your clinical team

Additional information

Contact details

For an informal discussion contact Rachel Brown on 07970839678 or by e-mail rachel.brown@surreycc.gov.uk

Equal opportunities

Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all underrepresented groups.
An enhanced DBS 'Disclosure and Barring Service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children's and Adults' Barred List checks will be required for this role.

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