Employment opportunities with Community Links Wellbeing.

Speech Pathologists & Occupational therapists


Duties and Responsibilities

Community Links Wellbeing (CLW) is seeking full time or part time Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapists to join our team of passionate, community-minded individuals. Sub-contractor positions are also available for experienced applicants.

CLW is a not-for-profit non-Government community organisation working in Wollondilly, Camden, Campbelltown and Wingecarribee Local Government Areas.

The service supports all members of the community and provides resources to help achieve positive personal and community outcomes through community development, events, groups, workshops, youth programs, crisis support, carer support, family support, Allied Health and Mental Health Services.

The primary role of the Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapists within Community Links Wellbeing is to collaborate as part of a team of community service and health professionals to improve outcomes for individuals, families and the community.

These are mixed caseload positions based in the Southern Highlands, Wollondilly and/or Camden and Campbelltown regions. Location of role is flexible based on residence of applicant. A generous training budget and high levels of supervision/mentoring are also provided.

KPI’s are determined based on hours of work per week and level of experience. All billable hours such as report writing, travel time, etc. contribute towards KPI’s alongside therapy sessions.

Salary packaging options are available. Travel and first aid allowances are also provided to successful candidates.

New graduates are encouraged to apply.

Follow here to apply or for further information or to obtain a comprehensive position description, please contact the Allied Health Manager; Libby at libby@communitylinks.org.au

Allied Health Professionals Wanted


Sub-Contractor Roles Available / Generous Hourly Rate


Community Links Wellbeing is branching out to add Sub Contractor services to our Allied Health Team.

We are searching for passionate and detail-oriented therapists who are looking for the opportunity to build a business founded on rewarding relationships and the flexibility to choose their own hours and location of clients – set your own targets.

Community Links Wellbeing is committed to people in our community and their wellbeing, which are the defining factors that drive us towards service excellence. Our mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of every person we meet.

You will be working in the community providing allied health services to children, young people and families. Your role will focus on the assessment and provision of therapy and advice to maximise client independence and functionality.

As a registered NDIS provider Community Links Wellbeing will provide you with Customer Referrals and all relevant administrative tasks associated with the intake of new customers which includes provision of NDIS Service Agreements, NDIS Service Bookings and NDIS Service Claims.


Your responsibilities

  • Deliver best practice clinical care to individuals with a disability in a community setting.
  • Maintaining thorough and accurate reporting and documentation.
  • Liaise with other Community Links Wellbeing allied healthcare professionals as well as GPs, Paediatricians and NDIS Coordinators to exchange information about the background and progress of clients.


About you

To be successful in this role you will require:

  • The ability to work effectively and with empathy, with people of all ages from varying cultural backgrounds.
  • Demonstrated ability to work under minimal direct supervision and exercise independent professional judgement.
  • Strong report writing and time management skills.
  • A commitment to working flexibly in response to families’ individualised needs and priorities.
  • Demonstrated experience working in inclusive environments.



To be eligible for this role you will require:

  • A degree in either Occupational Therapy or Speech Pathology.
  • An Australian Business Number (ABN) and willing to work as independent contractor.
  • Hold all relevant insurances – Public Liability and Professional Indemnity.
  • Registration with relevant peak body (AHPRA or Speech Pathology Australia).
  • Current Police Check.
  • Current Working with Children Check.
  • Current Australian driver’s licence and your own reliable vehicle.


This is an exciting opportunity to enhance your career and join us at an exciting time of growth!

For further information about this great opportunity or our service contact Greg or Kellie on (02) 4683 2776.