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Speech and Language Therapists

Nottingham, Nottingham (On-site)
£35,392 - £37,350 per year
Job description

Speech and Language Therapist 

Location: Nottingham Recovery Network 

Salary: £35,392 - £37,350 FTE 


The Vacancy   

Our client are open to full time; part time and job share applications. 


Our client is a partnership of organisations providing a range of drug and alcohol treatment services in Nottingham City. They serve a diverse population, including those experiencing homelessness, learning disabilities, brain injury and neurodiversity. This new post has been created in recognition of the importance of communication to the engagement, assessment and treatment of people we support. 


They are looking for a speech and language therapist to provide vital support to teams to develop their understanding of communication needs and implement the Accessible Information Standard. 


The post holder will work closely with the Consultant Clinical Psychologist to advise and guide teams to tailor interventions for individuals. They will have a small caseload for individual assessment of people most in need. 


As the sole Speech and Language Therapist in the service, regular external support will be provided, with a wealth of specialist knowledge and experience of delivering SLT services to those experiencing homelessness, substance use and related difficulties. Regular connection with professional networks will be supported, including membership of the Homelessness Clinical Excellence Network and access to a National Practitioners Group for SLTs working directly with people experiencing homelessness. 


Through the Nottingham City Severe and Multiple Disadvantage (SMD) Partnership and the Nottingham Practice Development Unit (PDU), there will be opportunities to champion the importance of speech and language therapy for those facing SMD and influence other local agencies. The PDU also provides access to a wide range of learning and development opportunities. 


Applications from paediatric SLTs welcome. 


Why Join them? 


  • Working for them is a great way into social care. They invest in you and encourage career progression – providing a full induction, e-learning and classroom training, management development pathways, fully-funded professional qualifications and more. 

  • Your wellbeing is important to them. They emphasise wellbeing in all their working environments and employ a Wellbeing Practitioner to support their staff. 

  • Employee assistance programme, salary sacrifice schemes. 

  • Stakeholder pension, enhanced maternity and paternity leave and paid sick leave. 

  • 32 days holiday including Bank Holidays – increasing with service. 

  • Paid DBS Service. 

  • Loyalty awards and non-contributory life insurance. 

  • Equality and diversity is important to them: they welcome applicants from all backgrounds and cultures, and appreciate the variety of experience they provide. As one of Nottingham’s few Disability Confident Leaders, they warmly encourage job applications from people with disabilities. 

We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if it is deemed that we have received enough suitable applications. It is on this basis, that we encourage you to apply as soon as possible! 


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Posted on: 23 May 2024
Closing date: 20 June 2024 at 15:20
Job ref: FHA1010464
Tags: Social Care/Development, Practitioner