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Careers at AEIOU

At AEIOU Foundation, our people shine.
 
 
Across the organisation, we employ behaviour therapists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, teachers, learning facilitators, and staff from disciplines including finance and administration, fundraising and events, marketing and communications, human resources, research and more. 
 

It’s our people who set us apart and, as AEIOU grows, we continue to look for new team members who care about providing a lifetime of opportunities for the young children with autism. If you are great at what you do, and if you want to go home at the end of each day knowing you have made a positive contribution through your work, contact our human resources department today.

View our brochure: "Take the next STEP: Your career with AEIOU" for more information about working for us. You may also want to attend an Open Day at your nearest centre to meet our team and learn more about our early intervention program.

Current vacancies are listed below. You are also welcome to submit an expression of interest (with cover letter) at any time to recruitment@aeiou.org.au.

 

 

 

Current Vacancies

Position Location Tenure/Status Closing Date
Speech Pathologist Gold Coast Fixed Term, Part Time 27 October 2020
Occupational Therapist Camira Permanent, Part Time 30 October 2020
Educator Bundaberg Casual 6 November 2020
Behaviour Therapist Sippy Downs Fixed Term, Part Time 6 November 2020
Educator (multiple roles available) Bundaberg Permanent, Full Time 13 November 2020
Behaviour Therapist Bundaberg Permanent, Full Time 13 November 2020
Room Leader Logan Permanent, Full Time 20 November 2020
Educator Townsville Casual 20 November 2020
Speech Pathologist Brighton, Adelaide Permanent, Full Time 20 November 2020

 

Occupational Therapist

Reporting to the Program and Service Managers, you will develop Individual Plans to support children to develop specific self-care skills, play and social skills and school readiness preparation. You will work within a transdisciplinary team, comprised of Behaviour Therapists, Speech Pathologists and Early Educators. This role presents an excellent opportunity to develop your skills in the field of autism-specific early intervention, utilising your skills as an Occupational Therapist in line with the principles of Behaviour Analysis. The salary range for this position is $60,000 - $86,000 plus benefits.

The successful applicant must have a current Australian Health Practitioner Registration Authority (AHPRA) registration as an Occupational Therapist, and a current, valid Blue Card. Autism-specific experience is highly desired but not essential.

Behaviour Therapist

Reporting to the Program and Service Managers, you will be responsible for developing individual behaviour plans to support young children with moderate to severe autism, identifying needs and strengths, including barriers to learning and creating a strategy to support the children to engage in the Program. Working alongside the therapy and teaching team, you will provide clinical advice and support, while also providing support and training to families whose children are enrolled in the service.  The salary range for this position is $60,000 - $86,000 plus benefits.

The successful candidate will have a Bachelor of Psychology, Special Education or a related discipline. You will also hold a current, valid Blue Card, or a Working With Children Check.

Speech Pathologist

Reporting to the Program and Service Managers, you will develop Individual Plans to support children to develop specific expressive and receptive language skills, social skills, mealtime management. You will work within a transdisciplinary team, comprised of Behaviour Therapists, Occupational Therapists and early educators. This role presents an excellent opportunity to develop your skills in the field of autism-specific early intervention, utilising your skills as a Speech Pathologist in line with the principles of Behaviour Analysis.  The salary range for this position is $63,000 - $86,000 plus benefits.

The successful applicant will hold a Bachelor in Speech Pathology and will hold a Speech Pathology Australia Membership. You will also hold a current, valid Blue Card, or a Working With Children Check. Autism-specific experience is highly desired but not essential.

Room Leader or Early Childhood Teacher

Reporting to the Service and Program Managers, you will work closely with the therapy team to ensure the Individual Plan (IP) for each child within your classroom is being effectively implemented. This includes documenting progress, maintaining records and managing the administration for your room. You will be responsible for the daily operations of your classroom ensuring consistency in the delivery of the AEIOU program. In collaboration with the Therapy Team, you will also provide support to families to share knowledge, skills and tools that will assist them with achieving therapy goals in the home.

The successful candidate will have an approved ACEQA Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) or equivalent Early Childhood qualification, along with a current, valid Blue Card, or a Working With Children Check. Demonstrated autism-specific experience is essential. 

Program Manager

Reporting to the Head of Clinical Delivery, the Progam Manager will be responsible for the clinical supervision, education and training of all centre staff including behaviour therapists, occpuational therapists, speech pathologists, teachers and learning facilitators. 

The successful applicant will hold a Board Certified Behaviour Analysis (BCBA) qualification, or have completed a Masters in Applied Behaviour Analysis. You will also hold a current, valid Blue Card, or a Working With Children Check

Educator

Reporting to the Service and Program managers, a Learning Facilitator is an Early Childcare Educator who is responsible for delivering autism-specific early intervention under the supervision of a transdisciplinary therapy and teaching team. This is unique opportunity to use your demonstrated early education skills to support young children to develop life-changing skills.

The successful applicant will have an ACEQA approved early childhood qualification or be studying towards a Diploma or Certificate III. You will also be eligible for a Blue Card (or hold a child-related employment screening letter), and have a current First Aid Certificate. Autism-specific experience is desirable but not essential. You will receive training and support within the framework of this role. 


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