Published: 22nd November 2021
Inspire is a leading NGO in Malta helping hundreds of individuals with various disabilities to achieve their full potential, as we believe that everyone has a right to equality and inclusion.
We do this by providing individuals and their families with educational, therapeutic and leisure services. We also advocate for inclusion, educate the public and raise awareness among peers.
General Scope and Purpose of Position
We are currently looking for a number of Speech & Language Pathologists (SLP) on both a full-time and part-time basis.
The chosen candidates shall be working with individuals exhibiting a variety of difficulties such as autism, profound multiple learning difficulties and behaviour that challenges. They will carry out comprehensive specialist initial assessments of clients within a multidisciplinary context, offer intervention according to need, monitor progress and reassess periodically in order to be able to formulate professional reports.
The role will involve implementation of group sessions, as well as individual sessions, according to the individual’s needs. They shall be working in collaboration with other team members and support systems in order to maximise the development of the service user’s potential
The ideal candidate should:
- Possess a diploma or a degree in Speech & Language Pathology
- Be registered (or awaiting registration) with the Council for the Professions Complimentary to Medicine (CPCM)
Prior to being recruited and throughout the duration of employment, the selected candidates need to satisfy the requirements of the Protection of Minors Act (POMA) together with those of immunisation.
Why work with Inspire?
At Inspire, we prioritise the mental health and wellbeing of our employees. In addition to a competitive salary, commensurate to experience, we offer the below:
- Ten additional days of leave, additional to statutory leave
- Private health insurance provided by AXA PPP Healthcare through Atlas Insurance
- Free counselling sessions provided by the Richmond Foundation
- Study leave
- The opportunity to shape and change processes