Join our team and make a difference!
If you have an interest in making a difference in the lives of children on the Autism Spectrum, we have an opportunity of a lifetime for you. We are looking for a passionate, innovative, and engaging Clinical Supervisor to work collaboratively amongst a fantastic team of dedicated professionals who are focused on applying positive behaviour supports to facilitate student growth and development.
Every day at Woodbury is different and your role will offer a varied and interesting caseload. With small class sizes and high teacher to student ratio, we are focused on making real differences to every student’s learning, adequately preparing them for transition into a less supported setting. A large focus is placed on student wellbeing, ensuring that each student has the appropriate supports in place to foster development and growth.
If you are searching for a role that lets you transform lives and you are passionate about making a difference, you have just found the perfect role.
YOUR ROLE AS A CLINICAL SUPERVISOR
As a Clinical Supervisor, you’ll be at the forefront of creating impactful change in the lives of our students. Your expertise in behaviour analysis and teaching intervention programs will guide our dedicated team of professionals and ensure every student receives the support they deserve. With daily collaboration, problem-solving, and real-time adjustments, you’ll be instrumental in driving learning and progress throughout the school.
The successful candidate will:
- Hold a master’s degree in special education, psychology, or applied behaviour analysis.
- Possess CBA/BCBA certification or be working towards it.
- Have a minimum of 2 years of experience developing and implementing ABA programs for children with autism in either a clinical, community, home based or school setting.
- Experience in, or willingness to undergo training on Universal Protocol
- Demonstrate at least 2 years of experience supervising therapists in ABA programs within classroom and/or in-home settings.
- Exhibit excellent interpersonal skills and thrive in a collaborative environment.
- Possess excellent communication skills both written and verbal.
- Be committed to personal and professional quality improvement by keeping up to date with current research and identifying areas for further professional development.
- Have good interpersonal skills and demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively in an integrated setting consisting of special educators, behaviour analysts, therapists, and parents.
- Demonstrate the ability to lead a team and promote co-operation across multiple roles within the school environment.
WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY
- Brains trust of a strong, onsite clinical team – SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT!
- No billable hours
- Competitive remuneration package with salary packaging and tax-free deductions.
- Superannuation, annual leave, and other workplace entitlements.
- Continued professional development opportunities.
- Remuneration for professional development.
- Diverse workload and fast-paced work environment.
- Chance to provide training for your team and parents.
- Flexibility of school based hours aligned with term schedules
- Flexible work arrangements in school holidays
- Centre based model with no travel required.
- Supportive, collaborative multidisciplinary work atmosphere.
- Safe and enjoyable workplace
- Values driven workplace
Shape your career while shaping young lives. This role offers the autonomy, independence and fulfilment you’ve been searching for. If you’re ready to learn, lead, and thrive within a supportive community, Woodbury is where your journey begins!
To embark on this rewarding journey, send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com. For inquiries, call 02 9639 6152. Please note that we are on break from the 19th December 2023 until the 22nd January. Please still send through your resumes through this time as you will hear from Jenna on your return.