Together we are inspired every day to make a difference to the lives of individuals with Autism. We are a dedicated, passionate, supportive team joined by a common goal.
We are deeply committed to enhancing the quality of life of every individual with Autism and passionate about supporting them to live their best life possible.
The services we provide are person-centred and based on leading international peer-reviewed research in the field of Autism. It is important to us that the individuals and families we support have options relevant to their needs while adding value to their life.
The Autism Association is a well-known and trusted name. Our mission, vision and values that drive our organisation, are upheld in all that we do. Across our specialised services there are a range of exciting opportunities and career paths available. If you are a passionate and committed individual who’s values align with ours, regardless of which sector your experience has been gained in, join us!
The team you will be joining are the best to let you know why they love their job!
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!
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.
The role of a support worker is to provide care and support to your resident(s). In so doing, the aim is to unlock all the possible potentials the people we support have in leading a more fulfilling & 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. A happy support worker is a happy client. The Association is a community that looks after each employee to have a good work life balance.
Michael, Support Worker
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All of our staff meet the NDIS Code of Conduct and Worker Screening rules and have completed the ‘Quality, Safety and You’ Worker Orientation Module. You can read more about this on the NDIS website or contact our team for more information.