Live your best life possible, love what you do!

If you have a passion for supporting individuals with Autism and their families to reach their goals, then you are the person we have been searching for!

Our team is driven to innovatively build a community where people with Autism are understood, accepted and empowered. Together, we are a dedicated team deeply committed to enhancing the quality of life of every individual with Autism.

Across our specialised services there is a range of exciting opportunities and career paths available. We have a knowledge sharing culture where everyone works together and supports one another to achieve the best life possible for all. If you are a passionate and committed individual whose values align with ours, regardless of which sector your experience has been gained in, join us!

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You Will Love What you Do, Here Is Why! 


Love your team

You will be welcomed by a positive work environment where team members are genuinely kind, passionate people and Managers are approachable and dedicated to seeing you succeed in your role.



Make an impact

You will be working directly with individuals with Autism and their families to help them live their best life possible.



Grow your career

You will have opportunities to follow your passions and shape your own career pathway within the organisation.



Be generously remunerated

You will receive a competitive salary that reflects your skills and experience with access to substantial salary packaging options.


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Check Out Our Vast Range of Roles! 


Residential Support Worker within our Community Living Team

Spend your day making a difference to someone’s life by supporting adults residing in shared homes and assist them to live the life they choose including daily activities such as personal care, domestic tasks, interests, and hobbies.

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Community Support Worker

Spend your day making a difference to someone’s life by supporting them to reach their individual goals in the community, at work or at home. Duties include assisting individuals to develop their daily living skills in areas such as budgeting, meal planning and preparation, grocery shopping; enhancing job readiness skills through support in voluntary work, work experience or further education; building social connections and forming friendships. 

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Therapy and Clinical Services

Our Specialist Clinical Team is made up of a multidisciplinary team of experts. As part of our Therapy Team, you will work within a holistic service delivery model to provide supportive therapy to individuals with Autism and their families through clinical assessment, programming and therapy interventions to assist the individual to develop a range of skills that enable each individual to participate as independently as possible in meaningful life activities.

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Corporate Services

Do you have experience in human resources, information technology, finance, administration, training and development, customer service or any other corporate service positions? Join our headquarters!

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Meet our team and hear why they love what they do!

Hear From the Team

Having worked at the Association for a few years, I feel very lucky to have been able to specialise in one very unique population of clients. Autism is so diverse and every day I find myself learning something new and continuing to develop my clinical skills. I have flexibility and autonomy over my own case load and appreciate the opportunity to work in such a collaborative team that all want to make a difference. Every day is different and that’s the best part!

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Lucy, Occupational Therapist and Team Leader

I absolutely love my job here! I can honestly say it is by far the most supportive and amazing team I have ever worked with. From the day I started they made me feel like such a valued member of the team. Getting to support the most beautiful people as part of a great team makes every day so worth it.

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Emily, Community Living Coordinator

The role of a support worker is to provide care and support to individuals with Autism. In so doing, the aim is to unlock all the possible potentials the people we support have in leading a more fulfilling and complete life. Working at the Association provides an enabling environment for both the support staff as well as the residents to to meet their mutual goals and is a community that looks after each other

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Michael, Support Worker

I love my job and it's an honour for me to come to work every day. I work with a team of like-minded people who share a common goal of enabling individuals living with Autism to experience the best life possible. I have been able to grow in my role & work on many exciting projects, enabling me to thrive and grow in my career within a nurturing and caring culture.

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Aaron, Learning and Development

I’ve worked for the Association for over 10 years and still love my job, I have worked in Shared Living, Community Participation, Independent Living and Short Breaks. The flexibility within the Association has allowed me to continue working although my life has changed considerably since starting with the company. I work with amazing clients and staff, who make it easy to continue my journey with the Autism Association.

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Ursula, Residential Support Worker
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