Join Our Team
The Autism Association of Western Australia has been a provider of services to people with Autism and their families across the lifespan, for over 50 years. We are an inspired team joined by a common goal – to advance the personal development, equality of opportunity and community participation of people with Autism. Our mission is always at the forefront of our minds. Being a part of our team means being engaged, supportive and motivated.
If you believe in a world of equal opportunity and community participation for people with Autism, we want to hear from you. Whether you wish to provide residential care, work with one of our services, or be part of the corporate team, you will be joining a professional and dedicated team. If you are a passionate and committed individual, regardless of which sector your experience has been gained in, apply to join our team and dream big with us!
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Our Mission, Vision and Values
For those who have been involved with Autism, either personally or professionally, the Autism Association is a well-known and trusted name. Below are the mission, vision and values that drive our organisation and are upheld in all that we do.
To advance the personal development, equality of opportunity and community participation of people with Autism.
What we work to achieve:
- All children with Autism have a great start in life
- All children with Autism receive the education they need
- All adults with Autism receive the support they need to lead an ordinary life
- A community where people with Autism are understood, accepted and celebrated.
Passion to make the greatest difference
Respect for the uniqueness of each person
Commitment to treat individuals and families as we ourselves would like to be treated
Excellence in all that we undertake
Innovation to fulfil dreams and aspirations
Courage to strenuously advocate for people with Autism and their families.
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.
As part of our team, you will have ongoing professional training and development, the opportunity to work in a passionate, supportive team, and access to salary packaging, novated leasing and other employee benefits.
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