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Pulse is currently recruiting for a qualified band 6/7 Speech and Language Therapist to work within the Adult Community team within a well-established NHS trust based in Bedfordshire.This placement is available to start as soon as possible, offering full-time hours per week for an an initial 6-week period.You will be responsible for completing detailed assessments using knowledge of specific assessment tools relevant to the client group, deferentially diagnose, develop care plans and identify goals appropriate to knowledge of prognosis, and plan, implement and evaluate detailed programmes of specialist SLT treatment for the designated caseloads.The pay rates shown are for Umbrella payment method. The PAYE equivalent will be £16 - £26 per hour. Please note that the pay bracket is dependent on banding.To be considered for this role you must: • Have previous experience working with dysphagia patients • Be HCPC registered • Hold the relevant degree/qualifications Some main duties will include: • Assessment of individuals to determine specific areas of need• Managing a caseload of clients with varying diagnosis and complex needs• Report writing• Work within a multidisciplinary team – liaising with other healthcare professionals • Coaching, training and consultation work with service providers• Work with all staff to support the implementation of the therapeutic approach through training delivery and development of the environment What can Pulse offer you? • Variety of work opportunities in the NHS and private sector• Regional Compliance Team of trained phlebotomists • Free training• £300 Recommend a Friend scheme• HireVue online interview• Advice and support from a friendly and dedicated team of consultants • Daily payroll Terms and Conditions applyIf this role is suited to you, 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*.