Speech and Language Therapist - Band 6, spine point 21, (pro rata 30 hours per week)

Location: Dereham, Norfolk

Salary: £26,565 pro rata

Closing date for applications: 15 January 2018

Temporary contract.

Autism Anglia is a charity providing specialist services to children, young people and adults with Autistic Spectrum Conditions in Essex and Norfolk. Autism Anglia’s current Speech and Language Therapy team comprises three therapists based in Colchester, working across the charity’s school and adult services, and we are seeking to appoint a Band 6 Speech and Language Therapist to join our team in Norfolk.

The successful applicant will be based in Dereham, working with adults in our 3 residential homes and study centre whose abilities range from non-verbal to verbal across the autistic spectrum. You will also liaise with staff, parents and other professionals and contribute to staff training. This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated person to join a dynamic specialist team.

You will receive ongoing supervision, continuing professional development and support, plus membership of a contributory pension scheme after three months’ service. A car driver and full license are essential.

Closing date for applications: Open

To apply for this job please follow the link below to download the application form.  Please complete and return to us at [email protected] You will need to refer to the Application Guidance Notes, Job Description, and Person Specification document while completing the Application Form. Please note that the Application Form includes the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and the Disclosure of Criminal Convictions Form. If you would prefer to receive an application pack by post, please contact the Dereham Office on 01362 853753.  

If no response is received within 3 weeks of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful. You are welcome to apply again for other positions.

Job Description and Person Specification

Application Forms

Application Guidance Notes