Community and long term conditions
- Full time
Are you excited by the prospect of leading a group of enthusiastic & passionate individuals in a multidisciplinary environment – then this is the job for you!
This blended Practice Supervisor opportunity combines professional leadership and clinical practice, benefitting from collaborative support within a family-friendly team and the opportunity to link with like-minded professionals across Auckland DHB.
Our SLTs partner with adults in the community to provide tailor-made care ranging from short restorative programmes to longer rehabilitative programmes following a stroke or other neurological condition. Working for NZ’s largest employer, you will have access to modern technology and ample opportunities for professional development.
Our ideal applicant will:
- Be an NZSTA member
- Have recent experience in clinical speech and language therapy, preferably in community
- Have an understanding of current issues related to the delivery of community based care
- Be looking for an opportunity to develop or expand their leadership skills
- Have some knowledge of Videofluoroscopy Swallowing Studies (VFSS)
- Hold a current drivers licence and be able to drive both manual and automatic cars
Our commitment to you is to provide excellent support from the Team Leader, peer review, formal supervision and excellent professional development opportunities.
To apply, please visit www.careers.adhb.govt.nz – job number AUC03605. Please note: Applications close: Sunday 24th March 2019
For further information, please contact Recruitment Consultant, Yasmin Hirst at firstname.lastname@example.org
Auckland DHB is committed to the application of the Vulnerable Children Act 2014 and its intent to improve the safety of all children. This position is not a Children’s Worker as defined by the Act.
Our organisation values diversity, inclusivity and empathy. We strongly encourage applicants from all backgrounds with the necessary capability and who share our values to apply and would greatly value seeing more applicants from our Māori & Pacific communities.