We’re hiring in Wexford!

The Speech Centre has a permanent full-time position arising in February 2022 in our Wexford branch (Redmond Square, Wexford). The position would suit a keen and enthusiastic Speech and Language Therapist looking to join a friendly and supportive network of SLTs. The position has a predominantly paediatric caseload, with the option of including adult or dysphagia clients if desired. Formal weekly online supervision is provided for all our staff members.

Applications are welcome from qualified SLTs who meet the following criteria;

  • Applications will only be accepted from CORU registered SLTs.
  • You must hold independent professional indemnity insurance, as this is no longer part of IASLT membership.
  • If you would like to work with our dysphagia caseload, you must be fully dysphagia qualified, and have access to your own means of transport.

Applicants should email a copy of their CV to Catriona Lysaght at info@thespeechcentre.com.

Deadline for applications: Friday 14th January, 12 noon.

It is anticipated that interviews will be held as soon as possible to facilitate a start date in late January or early February.

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