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Viva's new clinic in Yanchep & school based services

Viva speech pathology has positions available in JOONDALUP and YANCHEP!

We are in need of a therapists in the Yanchep area to work:

  • 2 or more Saturdays per month (clinic based at 105 Lindsay Beach boulevard as shown in photo on the left) or during the week at a medical centre can be arranged for overflow clinic-based clients.

  • 2, 3 OR 4 weekdays at a primary school, highly likely to grow into a full-time position if needed by the therapist. This position could also remain part-time. The school-based therapy room will be accessible to the therapist until the school reception leaves school in the afternoon up to approximately 4:30pm (Time range to be confirmed). The therapy room is very comfortable with separate access, air conditioning, storage for resources, separate restrooms and a kitchenette.

We are looking for experienced therapists to join our friendly and dynamic team on Mondays & Wednesdays (Optional We have a room available on a Saturdays at our newly fitted out suite at 94 Reid Promenade JOONDALUP CBD.. Therapists can work Saturday hours which suit them personally (e.g. half a day or up to midafternoon). Photos shown below of the Joondalup clinic.

We particularly need therapists to provide after school therapy slots on Mondays and Wednesdays at our Joondalup clinic. (Please note we have therapy rooms free on other afternoons also if therapists have flexibility and an interest to increase their work hours.)

Essential requirements: We need therapists who can provide evidenced based and family centred therapy to young children and primary students, in areas such as early intervention, disability service provision, speech clarity, language and literacy therapy.

We need therapists who are professional and thorough and who show creativity in their approach to therapy and caseload management. Our therapists have a helpful and caring attitude and seek to inspire and empower students, parents and adult clients to reach their full potential during therapy. We follow-up to offer ongoing services as needed to prevent additional issues from arising and to communicate that we can be an ongoing resource to the family, school or client.

Desirable skills: Ability to provide a range of therapy for teenagers and adults, expertise in treating stuttering and voice or people with disabilities or experience providing diagnostic Autism assessment within a multidisciplinary team.

Benefits of working at Viva:

  • Viva speech pathology was established in 2006 and is well resourced.

  • We have 4 senior therapists at Viva Speech Pathology

  • We have referral sources set up with a variety of agencies & business tools and experience for therapists to utilise.

  • Scope to learn about private practice in a supported environment.

  • Mentoring available

  • Therapists are encouraged to develop knowledge and skills in a clinical interest area.

  • Support to grow in new clinical areas by therapists with expertise in these areas (Voice, Stuttering, Working with people with disabilities & Autism screening and diagnostic assessment)

  • Admin support

  • Family friendly

  • The practice has experience developing and conducting a successful school contract from 2015 to date with a Whole school approach as recommended by SPA

  • We have relationships with schools who provide us with a steady source of referrals.

  • We have a new allied health assistant for additional therapy options.

At Viva Speech Pathology, Speech Pathology contractors need a:

  • Working with children check,

  • Speech Pathology Australia membership

  • Australian Business Number.

  • Professional indemnity insurance

Please send your enquiries and CV (including your preference for Joondalup or Yanchep, and availability to start) to principal speech pathologist and practice owner, Inge Gaudin at or contact 0402 134 257 (Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday school hours) by Tuesday the 11th of April 2023.

Yours sincerely

Inge Gaudin

Practice Owner & Principal Speech Pathologist

Viva Speech Pathology

‘Activating communication potential.”


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