Career Opportunities

Ovspring offers both full time and part time opportunities for clinicians in the area of specialist education, speech language therapy, occupational therapy and psychology, for clinicians who value team-based and inter-disciplinary collaborative work for better outcomes for the patients, their caregivers and families. Please contact us at


Position Offered: Senior Speech and Language Therapist


Ovspring Developmental Clinic has an immediate vacancy for a passionate and dynamic clinician to join the Ovspring family! The team works primarily within a multi-disciplinary setting consisting of Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists, a Case Manager and Developmental Paediatrician. We serve children and their families from diverse cultures and backgrounds that present with a variety of developmental and medical needs.


Main Responsibilities:

1. Deliver evidence-based speech pathology clinical services i.e. assessment, intervention, case management within a variety of service delivery contexts.

2. Work closely with members of the multi-disciplinary team to ensure best practice and high quality care.

3. Provide clinical supervision to junior clinicians where applicable


Minimum Requirements:

1. Recognized Bachelor's or Masters degree in Speech Pathology

2. Full registration with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC)

3. Minimum 3 years experience handling a paediatric caseload

4. Experience working in a multi-disciplinary setting and/or early intervention setting preferred


Closing Date: 30 June 2016


Interested candidates, please email your resume to


Internship Opportunities

Ovspring offers internship opportunities to work closely with paediatricians, psychologists, occupational therapists, and speech language therapists, in an multi-disciplinary setting.

Depending on available opportunities at the time of application, interns have the opportunity to work with families, under supervision in various settings. Roles could include observing and assisting in assessment and intervention sessions, participating in group therapy programs, planning and coordinating parent support activities and external professional training sessions, assisting during interviews and needs analysis during the intake process, helping with documentation and assessment report preparation, and providing administrative support, as well as attending staff planning meetings.

A minimum commitment of between 4 to 8 weeks is required for an internship. Internships are full-time and voluntary. Typically, internships are offered to Masters or post-graduate students. Undergraduate students are also welcome to apply. All applicants will be reviewed on a case by case basis. The role provides a good opportunity for students to gain insight into the roles of different clinicians in a paediatric developmental setting.


Please email our Clinic Manager via with a copy of your resume and state dates that you are able to be available for an internship.