Work in a role where you can make a difference; supporting a small number of students, alongside a dedicated team of professionals, with the added benefit of regular work hours and flexibility during term breaks.
Woodbury School for Autism offers outstanding educational services for students with autism spectrum disorder aged 3-12 years of age. Our vision is to provide a safe, caring, and enjoyable educational environment for all students.
Our early intervention center and primary school offer a high degree of structure, an excellent staff to student ratio, and the systematic use of behavioural teaching techniques to promote success and enjoyment in learning.
A large focus is placed on student wellbeing, ensuring that each student has the appropriate supports in place to foster development and growth. Students are assigned to classrooms based on the level of support they need to be successful within their daily teaching activities. Goals related to education, self- management, communication, language, and functional life skills are customised to meet each child’s needs.
A collaborative approach between teaching staff, ABA/ behaviour specialists, and speech and language pathology is utilised to maximise student’s progress.
As part of the Woodbury team, you can look forward to a caring, supportive, inclusive work environment.
The Room Leader role offers a varied and interesting caseload. With intensive training schedules and daily collaboration in the classroom, staff and students benefit from the intensive support of the clinical team promoting learning and progress across the school day.
The right applicant will be willing to learn and will seamlessly fit into an already established collaborative environment.
This position would be a good fit for individuals seeking to further their experience and understanding of the application of ABA.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and caring room leader to support the running of our early intervention program.
- Full time
- School hours
- Permanent Contract
- Competitive benefits package
- Start date July 2021
The successful candidate will:
- Comprehensive proficiency at lesson planning, curriculum development, and teaching in individual and group settings
- Knowledge and application of teaching aspects of ABA program highly preferred,
- Have experience working with individuals with Autism, ideally in a school-based setting, specifically using behaviour analysis.
- Experience and demonstrated ability to lead a team of staff members in the delivery of educational programs within a classroom setting
- Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and professionally
- Demonstrate a happy, caring and positive personality
- Be committed to personal and professional quality improvement
- Demonstrate a willingness and ability to work collaboratively in an integrated setting consisting of special educators, behaviour analysts, therapists, and parents.
- Demonstrate good time management and organisation skills.
- Current Working With Children Check and national police check
- Experience working in special education
- Knowledge and application of teaching aspects of ABA
- Experience or knowledge in the application or ESDM and teaching for early learners
Why you should apply:
- Competitive remuneration package including salary packaging and tax-free deductions
- Superannuation, paid annual leave, and other workplace entitlements.
- Continued professional development opportunities,
- A varied caseload and fast-paced work environment
- In-house training and support
How to apply:
Please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org If you have any questions, please call 02 9639 6152
Successful applicants will be contacted by 18th June, 2021 with interviews being held W/C 21st June 2021.