Current Opportunities

Speech Pathologists

Experienced and Graduate Roles Available

Are you looking for a dynamic and fun work environment that will also challenge you to grow professionally? Would you enjoy the support of a team of experienced, nurturing practitioners?

  • Work with a diverse client case load
  • Career development pathways
  • Attractive bonus scheme and professional support

Our Company

Lindfield Speech Pathology is a part of Help at Hand Support Services ‘HAHS, a family-owned healthcare provider.

Our clinic is one of Sydney’s most established practices, having provided high quality speech therapy for over 25 years.

We are regarded for our therapeutic excellence, which is based on a team of highly skilled and engaged practitioners who provide therapy in a warm, friendly and caring environment.

Come and join our hardworking, friendly, supportive and collaborative team.

The Role

We have multiple opportunities for Speech Pathologists for in-clinic roles in Pymble as well as hybrid roles across Sydney & Melbourne, to cater to our evolving and expanding business.

We are looking to fill both graduate and senior positions. Graduates will be nurtured and mentored to accelerate their career growth and build confidence.

  • Your role is integral to the success of the company by being the face of the business
  • Your work will be interesting and challenging, and you will have the opportunity to develop therapeutic specialties if you wish.


  • Assessing, diagnosing and providing evidence-based intervention for a variety of clients with speech, language, voice, fluency, and swallowing disorders.
  • Utilising case history, assessment results and clinical observations to develop and review treatment goals and therapy plans to suit the individualized needs of a diverse population of clients (infants, children, adolescents and adults).
  • Communicate information and support to families regarding therapy strategies and techniques.
  • Monitoring client progress by keeping detailed, up-to-date progress notes and client records and adjust treatment plans as needed.
  • Writing assessment reports, funding reports, referral letters.
  • Collaborate with clients extended care team & support networks to ensure comprehensive care.
  • Liase with other clinicians and wider team to share learnings, best practices and develop, innovate and refine care plans that aim to promote the best outcomes for clients and their families.
  • Engaging in training and development

Skills & Experience

  • Graduate or postgraduate qualifications in Speech Pathology.
  • Current Speech Pathology Australia Membership.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Great time management and organisational skills.
  • Empathetic, caring and able to establish and build rapport with clients, their families and support networks.

Why you’ll fit in

Our employees enjoy working at our company because they feel supported and appreciated and know that going to work everyday is making a positive difference in someone’s life.

As a growing business that aims to be a contender in the healthcare industry and contribute to delivering a high-level healthcare service in Australia, you will be exposed to market leading best practices.

You will thrive at our clinic if you:

  • Are passionate about helping clients and making a difference in their lives.
  • Love to learn new things and challenge the tradition.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team.
  • Have a growth mindset.
  • Exceptional client servicing skills coupled with patience and commitment.
  • A commitment to personal and professional quality improvement.


  • Bonus on top of competitive base.
  • Annual professional development allowance.
  • Flexible working arrangements (In-clinic, on-site or from home); full-time or part-time.
  • Phone & laptop provided.
  • Ongoing learning and development opportunities.
  • Reserved parking spot.
  • Fresh modern, clinic fully stocked with modern therapy aids, equipment and clinical resources. Best in practice assessment tools. Extensive digital library of therapy resources.
  • Latest technology and administrative team to support your role to relieve you of administrative burdens and allow you to focus on what you do best – supporting clients and their families to achieve the best possible outcomes.
  • Opportunities for advancement, by being a part of growing allied health organisation in team management and clinical supervisory roles.
  • New Graduates: ongoing training and mentoring by experienced speech pathologists.

How to Apply

If this is the opportunity that you have been waiting for, we would love to hear from you! For any questions about the role, please email, or call our Recruitment team on 03 7036 9744 for a confidential chat.