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Job Title Lizard Behaviour Therapist - Melrose Park (North West Sydney/West Ryde)
Location Lizard Centre Lane Cove
Position Description

Job Description

Lizard Children's Centre, a wholly owned subsidiary of AAA Nextt Group Pty Ltd., is one of Australia's leading providers of evidence-based intervention for young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and related developmental delays. There is currently an exciting opportunity for a casual Behaviour Therapist to work in Melrose Park, NSW.

You will need to be available at the following Days and times; 

Every Monday there will be Clinic Review and Training Sessions in Lane Cove between 9:00am - 11:30am and;

Monday: 3:00pm-5:00pm

Friday: 3:00pm-5:00pm

If you have experience and a passion for working with children and are looking for regular casual work we would love to hear from you! You must have an active current WWCC.

About the role:

As a Behaviour Therapist you implement high quality applied behaviour analysis (ABA) sessions in a child's home following our Lizard model. This includes both structured and naturalistic teaching, collecting, recording and graphing all data as advised by the Program Supervisor and implementing any Behaviour Intervention Plans.

The successful candidate:

  • Current Working with Children Check
  • Demonstrates an ability to relate and play in an appropriate manner with children. This could include previous experience as a youth worker, working in a school, babysitting, caring for siblings.
  • Could be a student or graduate of an Allied Health discipline looking for work related to your field of study.
  • Or has previous experience working with clients with ASD and wish to further develop your career in this area.
  • Show an ability to develop and maintain a positive and objective professional relationship with a child's family;
  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with colleagues and families.

Why Work for Lizard?

  • You will have the rewarding experience of changing the lives of children and their families;
  • You will receive full in-house training from our team of Board Certified Behaviour Analysts and Clinicians before being placed on to our programs.
  • The opportunity to work as part of a dynamic team of like-minded professionals including BCBAs.
  • Career development in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis.

The successful candidate will be required to have a current WWCC, satisfactory police check and current first aid and CPR certificate. Since travel is part of this role, it would be advantageous if you have a driver's license and your own transport.

Applications open until 19th May, 2021.