Join Our Team

Peninsula Speech Plus continues to expand, innovate and create a wider range of allied health services for our families and clients. 

We regularly recruit Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists and Allied Health Assistants and love to hear from individuals who would like to join our collaborative team. 

Our team is AWESOME!

We live and work in a beautiful part of the world

PSP is an innovative & progressive allied health business operating across 4 locations on the glorious Mornington Peninsula, supporting children and people of all ages achieve goals and live their best lives. Our values shape our team and ability to deliver high quality, relevant and professional services and have a little fun along the way.

Want to join our team?

We currently have openings for two Speech Pathologists and a Paediatric Occupational Therapist (with minimum of 1 years of experience)

Our practice provides services to children and adults (speech) in the clinic, community, education setting, nursing home and at home. Peninsula Speech Plus provides both individual and group-based interventions.  We offer evidence-based clinical practice in a friendly and supportive environment.

We support the team to develop in their unique areas of interest.  Within our career progression, we have three streams where team members can choose where to develop their skills.

About you

We are looking for a clinician who is self-motivated, shows initiative and is capable of working independently within a team-based approach

The successful applicant will be a speech pathologist, preferably with post-graduate experience in paediatrics or previous employment in delivering children’s services. New graduates are welcome to apply, we have a structured new graduate program. You must have good clinical reasoning skills.  Experience using standardised assessments and play-based intervention is beneficial. You should demonstrate a natural, therapeutic and professional style. Strong organisation and communication skills are essential.

Our team is awesome.  We are focused on developing team members individual talents, developing skills through PD and flexible working hours to fit in with life outside work.  You will have weekly mentoring from within the team, monthly catch-ups with your team leader and 2 team days each holiday to support you.  We have weekly team meetings,

Come and join our team and share our commitment to the provision of high-quality care to our community

Internal Mentoring and Professional Development

Our commitment to investing in high quality, evidence-based professional development is embedded right across the team.  Everyone has one hour of supervision/mentoring a week, weekly meetings and team development days each quarter.   On top of this is an individual professional learning plan.


Peninsula Speech Plus offers business visa sponsorship for successful candidates.  We have team members who have relocated from overseas to join our team. We are happy to support you in the next exciting chapter of your life.

Personal and Professional Wellbeing

The energy balance between work and home is important so that we can bring our best selves to both roles.  It is important that balance is maintained to ensure that both therapists and clients love what they are doing!


We work collaboratively to ensure that we are skilled, engaged and excited about the work that we do and the careers that we are developing. We are innovative, creative and each of us brings something unique to Peninsula Speech Plus.

Required Qualifications / Licenses / Certifications

  • Professional Qualification in Speech Pathology and current membership with Speech Pathology Australia or Professional qualification in Occupational Therapy and current membership with AHPRA
  • Current Driver’s License and own car
  • Current Working With Children Check
  • NDIS worker check

Essential Criteria

  • Knowledge of the provision of and therapy services to children presenting with a range of difficulties
  • Knowledge of working with Autistic, developmental delay, and disability populations
  • Experience working collaboratively with families and clients to develop therapy goals
  • Commitment to personal and professional development, evidence-based practice, and measuring clinical outcomes
  • An inclusive mindset to recognise the value and potential of people with disability
  • Excellent communication and time management skills

Desirable Qualifications

  • Experience delivering services to children/families
  • Experience working within a multidisciplinary team environment
  • Demonstrated experience managing and prioritising a clinical caseload or workload
  • Experience building capacity with individuals, parents and families.

We Offer

  • Fun and dynamic team and work environment
  • Salary commensurate with skill and experience
  • Wellbeing and incentive programs
  • Personal and professional development opportunities to develop and extend your skillset
  • Unique working conditions

How to Apply

If you are interested in applying for this role you will need to submit an application via email to
The application must include:

  • A cover letter (maximum one A4 page). Please include two referees, one of which is a current or recent supervisor, and their contact details.

  • A resume that clearly details skills, experience, and capabilities for this role as outlined in the selection criteria

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We would love to hear from you!

(03) 5975 1500