Graduate Program – Speech Pathologists

Are you a talented and passionate Speech Pathologist ready to launch your career within our leading-edge graduate program?  

About Us

Language Disorder Australia is a trusted network of professionals who are committed to ensuring extraordinary outcomes — beyond what anyone imagined possible — for children and young people with Language Disorder.

We believe in you!  You have the knowledge and are ready to make a contribution. Our Connect, Understand and Belong Graduate Program has been designed to help you explore and realise your unique potential.

We are actively seeking graduates for

  • October 2022
  • January 2023

Our 12-month, Graduate Development Program equips you with the clinical and professional skills to fast track your career success.

In addition to participating in the Connect, Understand and Belong Graduate Program, you will receive ongoing formal supervision with one of our experienced SLP’s, connect with your early career peers at monthly social events, shadow our multidisciplinary team and have full and free access to our significant range of professional learning resources.

Connect, Understand and Belong Graduate Program

Speech Pathologist in action

  • Session 1

    Belong – Welcome to the Language Disorder Australia Team

  • Session 2

    Connect – Ensuring Extraordinary Outcomes: Our client care difference

  • Session 3

    Understand – Report Writing

  • Session 4

    Understand – Diagnosing Language Disorder and Developmental Language Disorder – Part 1

  • Session 5

    Connect – Meet the Executive Leadership and Management Team

  • Session 6

    Understand – Positive Behaviour Support

  • Session 7

    Belong – Create your individual development plan

  • Session 8

    Understand – Diagnosing Language Disorder and Developmental Language Disorder – Part 2

  • Session 9

    Belong – Wellness at work

  • Session 10

    Understand – SPA – Evidence-Based Practice and Ethics Education

  • Session 11

    Understand – Regulation – the What, How and Why

  • Session 12

    Connect – Meet the Board of Directors

Keen to see more of what we do? Then check out the team on the Language Disorder Australia – SSS Professional Network Facebook page.

As a Speech Pathologist within Language Disorder Australia our integrated network of support provide you with established pathways for career diversity and advancement. Our network includes The Glenleighden School; Bright Door Allied Health Clinics and our School Support Services.

Working together and pooling our expertise, you can be part of making extraordinary outcomes happen.

Our difference
  • Excellent remuneration
  • Salary packaging options to boost your take home pay by 6% – 12% per annum
  • Work from home opportunities
  • Travel opportunities
  • Generous travel, and accommodation and meal allowances
  • Supportive, positive and fun working environment and team culture
  • Brand new and extensively resourced offices in the heart of the Toowong or Townsville
  • 14 Weeks Parental Leave
  • Generous Professional Development allowance to participate in external and internal development opportunities
  • Ongoing supervision and mentoring opportunities
  • Company laptop
About you
  • You have recently graduated or are about to graduate with a recognised qualification in Speech Pathology
  • Speech Pathology Australia Membership (CPS) or have eligibility to apply
  • Working with Children Check /NDIS Workers Screening Check or have eligibility to apply
  • You can show proof of up-to-date COVID-19 vaccination

For more information or to talk to one of our team about our Graduate Program contact Lisa Quinn, Head of Allied Health Services at

How to Apply?

Please provide your current resume and a cover letter highlighting your relevant skills, qualifications and suitability for this role.

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