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Looking out for our team,
not just our customers:

Happiness, wellbeing, and career progression

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We at Magic Words Therapy pride ourselves on being a friendly, helpful and collaborative team of individuals who share a pioneering spirit and a dedication to being the best we can be for our clients. We want everyone who works with us to feel valued. Each person’s contribution to our team is both vital and unique and we want every individual to realise how important they are to the smooth and effective running of our service. Whether you are part time or full time, clinical or support staff, if you have 6 months experience or have been 20 years on the job, we value everybody equally. We could not provide the high quality of service that we pride ourselves on without the contribution of every single member of our team.

The benefits you can expect as an employed member of the Magic Words Therapy team:

  • Paid annual leave and sick leave for every employee.

  • Pension scheme.

  • Flexible working including opportunities to work from home.

  • 6 annual CPD days. Some big names in the speech and language therapy world run some of these. Amongst recent CPD days we have had Maggie Johnson on Selective Mutism, Alison Bryan on Colourful Semantics, PECS training, Attention Autism with Gina Davies, Bilingualism with Sunita Shah, Attachment Disorder with Melanie Cross.

  • Training aspirations of individual therapists and support staff are considered and often granted.

  • Regular and quality supervision for all staff with highly experienced senior therapists.

  • Structured career and pay progression.

  • Special treatment on your birthday (it’s a surprise!).

  • Christmas party paid for by Magic Words.

  • Childcare voucher scheme.

  • Clinical development club. These are arranged half termly by our therapists and can take place in coffee shops, therapist’s homes, parks etc. Each event involves friendly and relaxed discussion of a clinical aspect, sometimes an article. This is a great way to get to know your fellow team members and increase your clinical knowledge at the same time.

  • Monthly team pizza meetings.

  • Regular social events arranged by the team. Recently we have had a board game night and we are going to see a stand up comedy show soon!

  • Opportunities to volunteer and take part in team fundraising events for charities that help people with speech, language and communication at home and abroad.