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CLOSED: Allied Health Therapist | Therapy Assistants

Penrith NSW, Australia

Job Type

Full Time or Part Time

About the Role

APRIL 2024 Update: Scarlett's Autism Therapy Centre's recruitment of Allied Health Assistants is currently closed. Applicants are welcome to apply and have their resume kept on file, to be contacted when future opportunities arise.

Scarlett’s Autism Therapy Centre- Leaders in Early Intervention with Neuro-affirming Practices

Are you a dedicated and compassionate individual with a passion for early intervention and a desire to contribute to innovative healthcare practices? Join the dynamic team at Scarlett’s Autism Therapy Centre as an Allied Health Therapy Assistant. We are at the forefront of pioneering neuro-affirming individualised supports, working towards improving the lives of Autistic children.

As an Allied Health Therapy Assistant, you will be a crucial part of our early intervention programs, working closely with our multidisciplinary team to support individuals and families. This role is ideal for students or recent graduates who want hands-on experience in a clinic that values growth and development.

Benefits:

Gain valuable hands-on experience in a leading Early Intervention Clinic.
Competitive hourly rate: $30.50 - $33.50 per hour, plus superannuation.
Flexible working arrangements to accommodate academic schedules.
No travel required – all work conducted within our clinic.
Part-time and full-time positions available.

Key Role Responbilities


  • Collaborate with our experienced team in delivering early interventions programs.

  • Assist in planning and implementing therapeutic activities tailored to individual needs.

  • Provide valuable support to clients and their families with empathy and understanding.

  • Document and maintain accurate records of client progress and participation.

Role Requirements



  • Currently studying or possess a Bachelor's degree in psychology, speech therapy, occupational therapy, or a related field.

  • Passion for early intervention and a commitment to ongoing professional development.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

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