Expressions of Interest – Research Assistant / speech pathologist
Speech Pathology Australia is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified research assistants to undertake a review of Communication Access Literature in Australia. Speech pathologists may also be interested in this role.
The duration of the project is three months with an estimated time commitment of 15 hours. The intention of the report is to provide an overview of the current situation in relation to communication accessibility in Australia, to describe the breadth of definitions, identify where communication accessibility is cited and the context in which it appears.
The research assistant will be supported by a Working Group and a Speech Pathology Australia staff member. An honorarium or hourly rate payment will be negotiated.
For enquiries about this position or to request a copy of the Project Brief telephone the Association’s National Advisor - Education, Early Childhood and Projects on 1300 368 835 or email the advisor directly.
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