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Are you a Qualified Speech and Language Therapist who specialises in Adult Learning Disabilities?Pulse is now seeking a band 7 Speech and Language Therapist for an exciting new role based in Middlesex. The role is available to start at as soon as possible, offering full time hours per week for an initial 3-month period.The ideal candidate will have previous experience working with clients who have challenging behaviour and/or emotional difficulties. The appointed candidate would preferably have experience of working with Learning Disabilities however this is not essential for the role. Dysphagia experience is essential however and a must be considered for the role.The pay rates shown are for Umbrella payment method. The PAYE equivalent will be £23 - £28 per hour.Duties within this role will include: • Monitor progress against outcome focused care plans and discharge when appropriate • Providing specialist communication assessments to support legal process and inform judiciary • Maintaining records and case notes• Run controlled therapy sessions • Assessment of individuals to determine specific areas of need and strategies to support development To be considered for this role: • 3 years minimum of post graduate experience• Must hold the relevant degree/qualifications • HCPC registration In return, Pulse can offer you: • HireVue interviews • Daily payroll• Free training• Different payment methods – PAYE/PSC/LTD and umbrella • Streamlined compliance process utilising new online technology• £300 recommend a friend bonus scheme• Flexible work opportunities in a range of settings, great for CV building and gaining experience • First class service from an experienced team of consultants If you have the skills suited to this role, please apply using the form below. Not for you but know the ideal candidate?If you are registered with Pulse and recommend a friend to us, you can earn £300 per recommendation, once they have worked over 200 hours.