Monash Talent


Allied Health Graduate (Expressions of Interest)

Monash Talent is currently taking expressions of interest from speech pathologist, physiotherapist and occupational therapist graduates who are looking to to be a part of a transdisciplinary team to deliver high quality, accountable, early childhood intervention services to families.

Key Responsibilities:

  • You will be working with families to identify and problem solve their needs as well as the provide direct intervention
  • With assistance, act as key worker for allocated families
  • With support and advice from your supervisor, a member of your own professional discipline and other team members, provide direct support to children with disabilities and their families
  • Prepare relevant reports and service data
  • Contribute to continuous development of a high quality service
  • Develop and maintain effective internal and external working relationships
  • Plan optimal use of time on a day to day basis
  • Manage own performance and professional development and participate in the Planning, Performance Review & Development process. 

About you:

  • A sound understanding of current theory and practice in the professional’s discipline
  • Demonstrated understanding of the philosophy of inclusion and associated practice
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current early childhood development theory and practice, including cross cultural perspectives
  • Knowledge of typical and atypical early childhood development and practical strategies to facilitate child development
  • Capacity building approaches that utilise collaboration, reflective and strength based practice
  • Ability to develop and maintain collaborative partnerships with families, other professionals and the community
  • Demonstrated strong interpersonal and communication skills with proven ability to liaise with people at all levels
  • Demonstrated ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds in a professional, confidential and sensitive manner.
  • Well developed written skills to prepare routine correspondence and client documentation.
  • Ability to work independently and effectively as a member of a trans-disciplinary team
  • Ability to plan and organise workload and determine priorities 
  • Current Working with Children Check / Working with Vulnerable People Check
  • Current Registration with your occupational regulator (e.g. AHPRA, Speech Pathology Australia, Victorian Institute of Teachers)
  • Current Driver’s Licence and daily access to a motor vehicle


Tertiary qualified in a relevant discipline: Speech pathologist, Physio and Occupational Therapist.

If this sounds like you, please register now!