(02) 9569 7700 (Registered NDIS Provider)

Employment Opportunities

Occupational Therapist

ABi is looking for experienced or new graduate Occupational Therapists to join our team!

Are you passionate about working with children with disabilities and their families?

Are you a proactive person with a strong focus on achieving positive outcomes for children with additional needs and their families? If you also want to be a part of a growing not-for-profit organisation then this could be your next role.

ABi is a specialist disability provider delivering behaviour support and allied health services for children and young people with disability and their families. We currently have positions available that are based in Western Sydney and Southern Sydney. You will be working in a team environment alongside other Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Psychologists, Behaviour Specialists and Special Educators.

Applicants can expect:

  • Training, clinical supervision and ongoing professional development.
  • To be part of a passionate and dedicated team.
  • To be part of an organisation that prides itself on high quality service delivery and evidence based practices.
  • The opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of families facing the challenges of autism and other related disorders.
  • Training in behaviour support.
  • Competitive salary based on experience.
  • Salary packaging options.
  • Rostered days off (RDO).
  • Leave on your birthday.
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Core Responsibilities:

  • Engage in direct therapy with children and their families.
  • Deliver occupational therapy programs including sensory and motor skill development.
  • Undertake functional assessments.
  • Independently develop individualised program plans.
  • Write and review goals.
  • Promote family involvement through individual and parent training.
  • Work across clinic, home, community, pre-school and school environments.
  • Deliver training topics to families, carers and professionals.

Essential Job Requirements:

  • Experience working with children.
  • Be eligible and willing to maintain AHPRA registration.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work effectively with people from a range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills including high quality report writing skills.
  • A current drivers licence and own car.
  • Must be willing to travel throughout a designated Sydney area.
  • Knowledge or an interest in learning about Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and Positive Behaviour Support (PBS)

 Desirable but not essential:

  • NDIS experience
  • Experience with prescribing equipment (eg harnesses).

 Successful applicants will be required to undergo Working with Children background checks.

For more information contact us on (02) 9569 7700.

Job applicants must include a cover letter addressing the above criteria and resume with the contact details of 3 referees.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

If you are interested in this role, please send in your cover letter and resume to info@abinsw.org.au

 

Speech Pathologist

Do you want to embark on a rewarding career opportunity with ABi?

Are you passionate about working with children with disabilities and their families?

Are you a proactive person with a strong focus on achieving positive outcomes for children with additional needs? Do you have a passion for delivering speech therapy? If you want to be a part of a growing not-for-profit organisation in a paediatric setting then this could be your next role.

ABi is a specialist disability provider delivering allied health and behaviour support services for children and young people with disability and their families. Our allied health, behaviour support and early intervention programs are evidence based and utilise the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) which is delivered within a flexible, family focused model.

We currently have Speech Therapist positions that are based in the Inner West and Southern Sydney. You will be working in a team environment alongside other Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists and Behaviour Specialists.

Applicants can expect:

  • Training, supervision and ongoing professional development.
  • Specific training in behaviour support.
  • To be part of a passionate and dedicated transdisciplinary and multidisciplinary team.
  • To be part of an organisation that prides itself on high quality service delivery and evidence based practices.
  • The opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of families facing the challenges of autism and other related disorders.
  • Salary dependent on experience.
  • Salary Packaging which increases the value of your take home pay.
  • Rostered Days Off (RDO’s).
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
  • Your birthday off.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Deliver speech therapy programs.
  • Independently develop individualised program plans.
  • Goal setting and reviews.
  • Teach social skills through a play based modality.
  • Deliver programs that also include early intervention, behaviour support and skill acquisitions.
  • Undertake speech assessments.
  • Promote family involvement through individual and parent training.
  • Work across clinic, home, community, pre-school and school environments.

 Essential Job Requirements:

  • Experience working with children.
  • Be eligible and willing to maintain registration with Speech Pathology Australia (SPA).
  • Knowledge in Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) or a willingness to learn.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work effectively with people from a range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills including highly quality report writing skills.
  • Excellent self-motivation and proven autonomous working skills.
  • A current drivers licence and own car.
  • Must be willing to travel throughout a designated area in Sydney ie Inner West.

Desirable but not essential:

  • Experience working with the NDIS.
  • Have experience or willingness to learn about Augmentative and Alternative Communication (Examples include: Picture Exchange Communication, Language Acquisition through Motor Planning, Proloquo2go, Key word sign or DynaVox).
  • Knowledge in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) or a willingness to learn.

We are always seeking talented individuals to work with us and as such we will always consider part-time and newly graduated applicants as well.

 Successful applicants will be required to undergo Working with Children Background checks.

For more information contact us on (02) 9569 7700 or via email: info@abinsw.org.au

Job applicants must include a cover letter addressing the above criteria and resume with the contact details of 3 referees.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

If you are interested in this role, please send in your cover letter and resume to info@abinsw.org.au

 

Senior Behaviour Consultant/ BCBA

Do you have experience delivering Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)?

Are you passionate about working with children with disabilities?

ABi is a specialist disability provider delivering behaviour support and Allied Health Services for children and young people with disability and their families. Our behaviour support and early intervention programs are evidence based and utilise the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). All programs are delivered within a flexible, family focused model. You will be working in a team environment alongside other, Behaviour Consultants, Junior Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Psychologists, Teachers, Special Educators and Board Certified Behaviour Analysts.

 Applicants can expect:

  • To work in a trans-disciplinary model.
  • Training and learning and development opportunities.
  • ABA supervision from a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA).
  • To be working alongside a passionate and dedicated team of educators.
  • To work for an organisation the prides itself in providing high quality services based on evidence based practices.
  • The opportunity to make positive changes in the lives of children and young people with disabilities and their families. 
  •  A competitive salary based on experience.
  • Salary packaging options.
  • Rostered days off (RDO).

Core Responsibilities:

  • Provides clinical supervision, professional development, education and mentoring in behaviour support for frontline Therapists.
  • Develops and delivers clinical programs.
  • Assists with intake and assessment of new clients.
  • Delivers professional development and service information presentations and workshops.
  • Delivers parent training and coaching.
  • Collaborates and provides clinical input with other senior consultants, team leaders and managers in tasks and/projects required by the business across regions.
  • Networking with relevant stakeholders as required.

Essential Job Requirements:

  • Working towards or have obtained Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) or eligible for AHPRA registration as a Psychologist, Occupational Therapist or Speech Pathologist or equivalent.
  • Demonstrated experience and strong knowledge of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).
  • Demonstrated experience in a previous clinical senior role.
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience working with children or young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder or similar disabilities.
  • Demonstrated experience in working effectively with children with complex needs and/or behaviours of concern.
  • Experience in conducting comprehensive behaviour assessments and designing, implementing and evaluating behaviour support plans.
  • Experience in designing, implementing and evaluating goal based programs developed collaboratively with families.
  • Drivers’ licence, access to a car and a willingness to travel throughout the Sydney metropolitan area.

Desirable but not essential:

  • Demonstrated experience in the clinical supervision of staff.
  • Experience working in a transdisciplinary environment.
  • Experience in working effectively with families with a range of complex needs.
  • Understanding of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

 Successful applicants will be required to undergo Working with Children Background checks and Police Checks.

 Job applicants must include a cover letter addressing the above criteria and resume. Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted.

Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted and we’re unable to provide sponsorship.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

If you are interested in this role, please send in your cover letter and resume to info@abinsw.org.au