Ongoing part-time and full-time positions

Classification – AHP3

We are an NDIS-registered provider delivering high-quality services to our clients in-home and community settings. We are seeking qualified Speech Pathologists to work in our newly established Allied Health team

About the role

In this role, your key responsibility will be managing your own varied clinical caseload to provide high quality and evidence-based services to people with disability - we are particularly seeking speech pathologists with experience in working with children. In your role you will provide support and mentoring to others in your team as well as work closely with the National Allied Health Manager to identify opportunities for business development.

Our ideal candidate

You must have:

  • degree or higher qualification in Speech Pathology
  • current registration with AHPRA (for registered professionals)
  • proven depth of experience in the provision of disability-specific therapy services with children
  • knowledge, skills and experience with family-focused and person-centred practice
  • the capacity to work autonomously as well as part of a team
  • experience in supervising and mentoring staff
  • strong communication skills
  • a current or willingness to obtain a DHS Child-related employment screening and/or a  DHS Aged Care clearance (obtained within the last 12 months)
  • current driver's licence

Job and Person Specifications 

To find out more about the roles, please download the relevant Job and Person Descriptions below:

Part-time and full-time roles available. 

About HenderCare

Established in 2004, HenderCare is a national provider of services for older people and support for those with a disability. Proudly Australian owned and operated, we value our staff and offer flexible working conditions, a Staff Benefits Program and comprehensive training. We’re growing every day and there’s never been a better time to join our team.

For more information please contact Mandy DeCesare on 8100 8805 or email

Your application should include a cover letter outlining your skills, experience and knowledge in working with people with disability and/or older persons (limit 2 pages) and your resume. Shortlisted applicants may be invited to attend an interview.

Applications close: 5pm, Friday August 2nd

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply