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Position Available:  Behaviour Therapist

Location: Hawthorn, Melbourne VIC

Work Type: Casual/Vacation/Full Time/Part Time ($30 – $36 per hour)

About Amazing Kids:

Amazing Kids is an employer of choice, supporting children and families with communication, social skills and other developmental areas. Amazing Kids believes families, and other significant individuals in their child’s life are the most important resources for their child’s skill development.

Amazing Kids delivers the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM), Skills Based Treatment (SBT) and other Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) supports for autistic children and other developmental delays. Candidates will have ongoing opportunities to expand on prior knowledge and to gain experience implementing the Early Start Denver Model and Skills-Based Treatment. Further development towards certification in the ESDM and SBT is provided to dedicated and committed candidates.

Amazing Kids Core Values:

  • Integrity – Providing families with evidence-based intervention based on contemporary research
  • Excellence - Continued professional development and review the way services are implemented and operated
  • Commitment – to each family we work alongside to provide the upmost care and intervention
  • Accountability - for quality of services and understanding client expectations and visa versa

If these core values align with you, please read on!

The ideal candidate looks like:

  • Previous experience in early childhood support
  • Experience implementing and delivering the Early Start Denver Model
  • Ability to deliver one on one intervention with young children with autism and other developmental delays (across various environments such as home, school, clinic and early learning centres)
  • Sensitive to challenges faced by families, childcares and children
  • Ability to take on feedback constructively and a commitment to ongoing improvement of the programs children are undertaking
  • Committed to the progression of children's programs
  • Maintain positive relationships with families and team members
  • Ability to communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders of the children and families we work with
  • Taking on board individualised programs for children, and demonstrating a commitment to our core values

Your everyday looks like:

  • Working one on one with children in a clinic/home/ELC environment delivering various different programs (eg: SBT or ESDM)
  • Data collection for each child's goals using our data app
  • Collaborating with staff members
  • Collaboration with external practitioners including Allied Health members that are mutual to our clients
  • Communicating with families on a daily basis
  • Support and communicating to various team members within the company

What can we offer you?

  • Training in the Early Start Denver Model and ongoing professional development in the field of early intervention
  • Skills-Based Treatment supervision and training
  • BCBA fieldwork or CBA fieldwork supervision available
  • Skills-Based Treatment training and supervision
  • A rewarding career in transforming the lives of young children and their families
  • Supervision is included in your role by certified practitioners such as BCBA's and Certified ESDM therapists
  • Support in certification in the Early Start Denver Model
  • An inclusive team of likeminded professionals in the field of early intervention
  • Opportunity to work in a clinic, home, school and kindergarten environments
  • Collaborate with educators, allied health practitioners, teachers and likeminded professionals within the community
  • A competitive salary with flexible working schedules including; full time, part time, and casual agreements.
  • Salary packaging is available for full time staff members

Ideal candidates would already have:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in special education, early childhood, youth work, speech pathology, occupational therapy; or be working towards or hold their BCBA/BCaBA registration
  • Registration with your profession (ie: education and VIT registration)
  • 2+ years experience working in early intervention
  • Flexibility in working within a clinical environment; as well as travelling to homes (within a 30minute radius of Hawthorn)
  • Current Victorian Working with Children (WWC)
  • Current Police Check (National Police Certificate)

All team members at Amazing Kids have opportunity for growth and development within our company. Please apply with your cover letter and resume through seek for a confidential chat. Alternatively, please email or call (03) 7064 5777 for further information regarding the role.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Position available: Behaviour Consultant/Program Supervisor/CBA/BCBA 

Work Type: Permanent full-time or part-time roles available

Location: Gladesville, Sydney 

Super Kids Behavioral Consulting stands at the forefront of ABA in Australia and is committed to making ongoing positive contributions to the lives of children and their families. 

We pride ourselves on:

  • A values-first approach - We deploy the safest and most effective therapy for developmental disorders. We seek to reduce distress, discomfort & teach from joy. Trust, rapport and safety are foremost during any intervention.
  • Child-centered programs - All programs are individualised and no cookie cutter approach
  • Teaching Must-Have skills - We teach kids how to learn and prioritise skills that will enhance their quality of life
  • Mobile and in-centre services provided at Super Kids HQ in Gladesville, Sydney
  • Neurodiversity-affirming programs -  strengths-based framework, provide support and intervention that affirm your child’s neurodivergent identity, and focus on functional outcomes.

Role Overview: 

A Behaviour Consultant leads each child’s therapy team and provides ongoing training and direct supervision to therapy team members. You will design individualised ABA programs that are child-centred and neurodiversity affirming. Our programs always prioritise a focus on teaching functional “Must Have” skills and working with the child as part of the family unit. 

About you:

  • Hold a CBA or BCBA certification or have completed a Masters in Applied Behaviour Analysis
  • A minimum of two years of recent experience working with Autistic individuals and children with developmental delays
  • A love of play and engaging with children 
  • Knowledge of early childhood and thorough knowledge of child development.
  • Proficiency in a variety of program assessments and software, including VB-MAPP, EFL, PEAK and others.
  • Strong communication skills including excellent written and oral English.
  • Ability to liaise effectively with other professionals such as preschool/school staff, paediatricians, speech pathologists and occupational therapists in order to provide a cohesive program for each client.
  • Highly efficient with time, management, able to take initiative and work independently
  • Enthusiasm, flexibility and a commitment to quality delivery of services
  • Hold a valid Working with Children Check and an acceptable Police Check
  • You have a current driver licence, and a roadworthy vehicle
  • Experience with Practical Functional Analysis, Skill-Based Treatment protocols and Standard Celeration Chart (SCC) are desirable but not required.

Keen to join us? 

If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you! Please email your resume to Renee Collins at

or learn more about the role through Careers at Super Kids.

Phone: 0422457363

Posted 06/02/2024

Positions Available: Experienced Behaviour Therapist 

Location: Victoria

About Us 

Established in 2013, Happy Oak provides high quality Behaviour Consulting Services to autistic children. We aim to celebrate neurodiversity and make all our support lots of fun! We provide 1:1 verbal behaviour ABA across settings - home/preschool/schools and in our centre. 

Why us? 

  • Boutique ABA provider owned by BCBA /CBA 
  • Quality Supervision 
  • Career Progression 
  • Friendly and supportive team 
  • EIBI 
  • Work across settings 
  • Staff Training is provided 1:1 and group 

About you 

Fun, caring, team player, quick learner and committed to high quality therapy to serve the kids. You must also be resilient, independent and able to keep up with fast moving kids! We are seeking casual employees looking to work with us 12 months +

Starting Locations may include: Essendon (experienced therapist), South Yarra, City, Elwood, Ashburton, North Balwyn. 

Experienced Therapists and Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) qualification is highly desirable. As are those enrolled in Masters of ABA. Supervision and career progression opportunities available to the right candidate. 

You must also possess: 

  • NDIS Workers Screening Check 
  • Current Working with Children’s Check 
  • Current Driver’s Licence and a car 
  • First Aid - CPR and anaphylaxis training 
  • Availability to work at least 15 to 20 hours per week including Saturdays
  • LGBTIQA ally 

Send resume to: 

Subject line: Job Application AUABA 

Happy Oak Behavioural Consulting 

93A Station Street Malvern, VIC 

P: 03 95096504

Posted 30/05/2023

Position Available: Casual therapists - Experienced and New

Location: VICTORIA

Malvern (centre), Noble Park, Camberwell, Armadale, Elwood. These may change.

About Us

Established in 2013, Happy Oak provides high quality Behaviour Consulting Services to autistic children. We aim to be sensitive to individual’s neurodiversity and to have fun!

Happy Oak uses the analysis of verbal behaviour applied behaviour analysis (ABA) to teach communication (through spoken language and/or other means) and daily living skills. We teach kids by utilising special interests and strengths. Trauma Informed Practise is embedded into our services. 

Why us?

  • Boutique ABA provider owned by BCBA /CBA 
  • Quality Supervision is included 
  • Career Progression 
  • Friendly and supportive team
  • EIBI
  • Work across settings
  • Staff Training is provided 1:1 and group

About you

  • Fun, caring, team player, quick learner and committed to high quality therapy to serve the kids. You must also be resilient and independent. 
  • We are seeking casual employees looking to work with us 12 months + 
  • Experienced Therapists and Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) qualification is highly desirable. As are those enrolled in Masters of ABA.

You must also possess:

  • NDIS Workers Screening Check
  • Current Working with Children’s Check
  • Current Driver’s Licence and a car 
  • First Aid - CPR and anaphylaxis training
  • COVID vaccination and keep up to date with booster vaccinations
  • Availability to work at least 15 to 20 hours per week including Saturdays
  • LGBTIQA ally
  • Dog friendly (office pooch)

Send your resume to with the subject line: Job Application AUABA

Posted 10/03/2023

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