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Band 6/7 Speech And Language Therapist

Job Field:
Allied Health Care Professional Jobs
Speciality:
Speech and Language Therapy Jobs
Doctor & Nurse Grade Type:
Unspecified
Doctor & Nurse Grade:
Unspecified
Country:
England
Region:
Worcestershire
Contract Type:
Locum, Temporary
Currency:
£
Salary:
22 to 29 per hour
Salary Description:
£22 - £29 per hour + Depending on experience
Posted:
06-Oct-16
Recruiter:
Medacs Healthcare
Job Ref:
SALT67/JB/SG/0410

Medacs Healthcare are currently looking for an experienced Band 6/7 Speech And Language Therapist to work within the Evesham area.

This is due to start immediately and is for a a part time position 3 days a week with a split between out patient clinics and home visits.

The Band 6/7 Speech And Language Therapist will be supporting patients helping to integrate speech therapy and learning objectives as well as delivering therapy programmes.

Our ideal candidate has:

* Degree or equivalent in Speech & Language Therapy
* HCPC registration
* Eligibility for membership of the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists
* Successful experience with young people who have multiple learning disabilities
* Experience at a Band 6 level

About Medacs Healthcare

Our locum team has been operating for over 20 years and specialises in supplying high calibre AHP professionals into the NHS, private hospitals, private clients and HM prison service.

We can offer you the following:

* Regular flow of new work

* Lucrative referral bonus

* Security of working for an NHS approved recruitment agency

* Assistance with accommodation and CRB checks

On top of the Band 6/7 Speech And Language Therapists position advertised we have locum AHP jobs available throughout the whole of the UK, so there has never been a better time to start working through Medacs Healthcare. For more information contact a member of the team on 01785 256605

Closing Date:
04/11/2016

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