Behaviour Therapist – Casual Positions Available Early Autism Services


Our Organisation

Early Autism Services Australia (EAS) is a global organisation with over 15 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and their families. 

Our Vision is to provide a holistic approach to services for autistic and neurodiverse individuals and families, and education that leaves people more informed. 

As an organisation we focus on our Mission to support our staff, clients, and their families to achieve their goals through the development of their capabilities and personal growth.

We offer Behaviour support programs for our clients as well as Allied Health services (Speech Pathology and Occupational Therapy). 

We are so proud of our amazing people who come to work with EAS every day. Our employees bring the best version of themselves to work and dedicate that to our clients and their families. 

We are searching for an entry level or experienced Behaviour Therapists who live in or near Coorparoo, or in the Northern Suburbs of Brisbane (eg/ Aspley, Fitzgibbon), that will excel in a collaborative environment and who knows the true meaning of teamwork. 

A Behaviour Therapist’s duties and responsibilities include:

  • Working one-on-one with children in a number of skill areas under the direction and supervision of a Behavioural Consultant
  • Implementing strategies and procedures as they are defined by a Behavioural Consultant’s programming
  • Collecting, recording and discussing data with supervisors
  • Attending team meetings and coordinating with a team of therapists
  • Involving children’s family, school, and other community members in therapy sessions
  • May be required to travel to the home or community setting of each client within their assigned caseload or see the client in-clinic.

The successful candidate will:

  • Enjoy engaging with children in a fun, caring, and safe way!
  • Have a strong can-do attitude, compassion, and a willingness to learn
  • Be passionate about helping others
  • Be creative and a quick thinker
  • Be confident in themselves when learning new skills
  • Take pride in their work and working with people that bring together diversity of thoughts, perspectives, and experiences
  • Show respect for the people you work with

Job requirements include:

  • NDIS Worker Screening Check
  • Working with Children Check (Employee)
  • Current first-aid and CPR certificates
  • An active driver’s license, car, and a willingness to travel between clients’ locations if required
  • Experience working with young children or children with disabilities is beneficial to your application but not essential.
  • A Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) credential is beneficial but not essential.
  • Prior training in Applied Behaviour Analysis is beneficial but not essential.

 Why work for us?

  • Valuing our staff and our company Culture is at the top of our list!
  • Work/life balance
  • You will have access to our Employee Assisted Program
  • We are an inclusive and diverse work environment and encourage you to bring your authentic self to work each day!
  • Above award pay
  • We provide access to, and collaboration with, a multidisciplinary team of professionals who are passionate about providing high-quality, evidence-informed services and programs
  • We provide access to resources to support both individual sessions and group programs
  • We encourage internal and external professional development and learning opportunities, while contributing up to $1000 per annum, pro rata, to the cost. 

For further information about the role, please contact Ana at [email protected]



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