The Speech Therapy team at Maxxima are currently recruiting for a Band 5,6 or 7 Speech and Language Therapist in Derby. The successful Speech and Language Therapist will be working full-time hours across Monday to Friday. We are looking for a Speech and Language Therapist to manage adult patients with dysphagia on acute medical wards. Previous experience of working in a hospital with dysphagia patients is desirable for this role.
Position: Speech and Language Therapist
Banding: 5,6, or 7
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Duration: Ongoing contract
- HCPC Registered
- Dysphagia trained
- Relevant qualification in Speech and Language Therapy
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