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Start your Speech Pathology career prior to graduation working as an AHA in a private clinic offering a diverse range of services, upon your graduation and successful completion of our near new grad program there will be the opportunity to continue on as a speech pathologist with Pearson Allied Health Services.


Final year Speech Pathology Student 

About Us

Pearson Allied Health Services (PAHS) specialise in providing allied health services to children, young people and adults with disabilities. Offering a flexible service, sessions can take place at the person’s home, school or care facility or within our clinic or at our farm. Our goal is to improve the quality of life and well-being of our clients, providing them with the foundation skills to live a happy and fulfilling life.

Our speech pathology team, work with a diverse range of clients and support them in the following areas:

  • Paediatric/Adult Speech and Language
  • Paediatric/Adult Social Skills
  • Paediatric Feeding
  • Swallowing
  • Voice
  • AAC
  • Animal Assistive Therapy

The Position

PAHS is offering 2 Near New Grad Speech Pathology positions that will see you working as an Allied Health Assistant in conjunction with our speech pathology team. You will be supported to carry out therapy plans with individuals and groups, and create therapy plans under the guidance of our senior speech pathologists. In this position you will be uniquely situated to experience working within a multi-d private practice in the real world prior to graduation.

As we know that you will be in the final stages of your degree, we are more than happy to be flexible with days and hours, this position ideally suits 1-2 days a week.

Upon completion of your degree and the Near New Grad Program there will be the opportunity to continue your employment with PAHS as a Speech Pathologist where you will be offered:

 Flexible family friendly hours- part-time or full-time hours

  • Well-developed new staff/grad orientation program with weekly supervision, scheduled observations, and shadowing opportunities. High quality internal supervision.
  • Excellent clinical support with a clinical manager who is a speech pathologist, a senior speech pathologist as your clinical supervisor, and a team of speech pathologists to bounce ideas off.
  • A rewarding role offering not only the diversity to work with children and/or adults but the ability to explore areas you are passionate in: such as Dysphagia; AAC; animal assistive therapy and feeding.
  • Located down South, in Morphett Vale, Clarendon and Hackham
  • Paid Maternity and Paternity Leave.
  • Employee Assistive Program
  • Excellent culture with regular team events
  • Professional Development allowance each year, plus additional in-house PD.
  • Provision of Laptop and/or iPad
  • Travel paid per kilometre, and/or company vehicles can be used.
  • Uniform provided
  • A negotiable remuneration package based on experience and additional qualifications and skills.

In your application, please provide your CV and a cover letter addressing your skills and experience and send through to

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Job Type: Permanent

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