Meaningful support with real work-life balance
Noah's Ark supports you in your return to work
We value and invest in our people, and in leading approaches to evidence-based practice.
Together we help children and their families achieve their goals and live a full life.
Register your interest
As a speech pathology mentor, it would be a privilege to support developing your current (or prospective!) areas of practice and interest at Noah's Ark. In our collaboration together, we will share our clinical experience, knowledge, and research on 'this is how to apply it at work' in everyday learning and therapy!—Heather O’Hagen, Speech Pathologist, 5 years at Noah's Ark
A Career that Rewards
Our Leadership team is committed to ensuring positive working environments where all our staff feel supported, valued and are able to achieve their career goals.
We are a values driven organisation. All our staff are professionals who:
- are responsive to family and community needs
- strive to deliver greater opportunities for children
- are ethical, professional and reliable
- are approachable, open and honest.
We offer competitive and flexible working conditions with a variety of leave arrangements, salary packaging and professional development opportunities.
There's plenty more on offer
Find out more reasons to work at Noah's Ark.
Key Roles we are recruiting for
We are always looking for like-minded, enthusiastic and dynamic therapists and educators.
Our main team of specialists are Key Workers who support children and families in their everyday life, providing services in the home, community, and educational settings.
Our teams are transdisciplinary which means you use your discipline-specific knowledge as well as developing a broader understanding of ways to support children and their families in their development.
Opportunities for Graduates
Go on a journey of learning and development with Noah's Ark in your graduate year.
Life at Noah's Ark
Last week our Noah’s Ark Mentors attended a two-day bootcamp to introduce them to their roles.View story
Frequently Asked Questions
The position title of “key worker” is a generic term for each of our specialist team members, regardless of their specific qualifications.
As the name suggests, the key worker is the primary therapist for a particular client and their family. The key worker supports children and their families in their natural environment e.g., at home, school, or in the community.
Read more about How we work
It is not a prerequisite to have experience of working with children with a disability. It is necessary to have the prerequisite compliance checks and qualifications, as well as the personal attributes, values and competencies which will enable you to succeed in the key worker role.
Find out about the Training Courses we offer.
Once you have been successfully shortlisted for a position, you will be invited to a preliminary interview with a panel comprised of an Operations Manager, Team Leader, and People & Culture Manager. The first interview may take up to an hour.
If successful, you will be contacted to have a second interview with the Team Leader of the team where the vacancy currently exists. This interview will focus on technical questions related to the position, and will provide the opportunity for you to find out more specific information relating to the team.
If successful after the second interview, you will be sent a conditional contract detailing terms and conditions and possible commencement date. Once you have provided proof of all compliance and qualifications, you will be sent a confirmed contract and commencement date.
Yes, depending on your field of study (preferably in line with our key worker specialist areas) you may be able to do a placement with Noah’s Ark.
Please contact Operations Manager Liz Chung on [email protected] or 0409 834 883 to discuss options.