Through the delivery of specialist teaching services to children with a disability, you can make a profound difference in helping families achieve their education and wellbeing goals and build a better future.
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Noah’s Ark Specialist Educators work as part of a trans-disciplinary team to deliver high quality, accountable, services to children with a disability and their families. Services may be at home or in a local community environment - including schools, childcare and accessing local activities via face to face visits or telehealth services.
This is achieved by working with families to:
- identify their needs
- problem solve ways of meeting these needs
- work with the family to define functional goals that are able to be implemented in their natural environments as a part of the family's everyday routines and activities and provide direct intervention as agreed
- build each family’s capacity to advocate for themselves and access local children’s services, education options and other community resources
The role requires:
- Tertiary qualification in Allied Health/Special Needs Education and sound understanding of current theory and practice in special education.
- A current driver’s license and vehicle access to drive to face to face appointment
- NDIS Worker Screening Check
- Police Check
- Working with Children Check
- Ongoing maintenance of Educator registration requirements
Key responsibilities, result areas and selection criteria for all therapists in a direct service delivery role.
We value all our staff and strive to provide a positive working environment where everyone feels supported, valued and able to achieve their goals.
Overview of benefits
- Competitive salary and conditions ($86,660 - $115,000 range for total remuneration package) depending on experience
- Salary packaging program of up to $15900
- Choose a MacBook, Chromebook, or Laptop to use for your work.
- Generous mileage reimbursement scheme at above ATO rates
- An iPhone 12 will be provided enabling you to use the best apps to support your work.
- Over 30 hours of Professional Development annually.
- Full support and career development through supervision, practice coaching, mentoring, peer-to-peer learning and support groups.
I’ve been given lots of opportunities to develop my career and specialist skills… I’ve been encouraged to pursue my passion for collaborative and meaningful goal setting with children and families.—Stephen Carberry, Coaching Coordinator
Are you ready to make a difference?