Are you interested in Psychology, Teaching, Education, Speech Therapy or other Allied Health areas? Would you like to gain valuable experience, training, and perspective related to your chosen field?


What Woodbury Offers:

  • Casual, part time, and full-time roles
  • Flexibility around university schedules
  • Supervision and training from Certified Speech Pathologists
  • Supervision and training from Certified Behaviour Analysts
  • Supervision and training in Special Education and Teaching
  • Experience within your chosen field of study
  • High quality professional development and mentorship
  • Competitive benefits package with tax free deductions
  • School-based hours
  • A fast-paced and varied work environment.
  • No travel. No billable hours.
  • Company culture where flexibility and personal value is our highest priority. Demonstrated by above 90% staff retention over the last two years.

Woodbury is also pleased to offer RBT supervision or Supervised Fieldwork for pursuit of board certification in behaviour analysis.

Ideal Candidates will be  

  • Interested in working with individuals with Autism in a school-based setting
  • Willing to learn
  • Willing to work collaboratively with special educators, behaviour analysts, therapists, and parents
  • adept in time management and organisational skills
  • capable of working collaboratively in a small team
  • Must have a current working with children check and national police check to commence role.
  • A happy, enthusiastic, caring, and positive individual


About Woodbury:

Woodbury School for Autism, located in the leafy suburb of Baulkham Hills, offers outstanding educational services for students with autism spectrum disorder aged 3-12 years of age.

Our Primary School and School Readiness sites offer a high degree of structure, excellent staff to student ratio and behavioural teaching techniques to promote success and enjoyment in a student’s learning.

A large focus is placed on student wellbeing, ensuring that each student has the appropriate supports in place to foster development and growth.

Our vision is to provide a safe, caring and enjoyable educational environment for all students.

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, behaviour specialists, and speech and language pathology is utilised to maximise student’s progress.


About the Role:

We have opportunities available for Speech and Language Pathologists, Teachers (with NESA number), and behaviour therapists.

We are also looking to create a pool of casual therapists and teaching staff, to work across both of our sites and support us in providing consistent and effective supports for our students. .Permanentroles are typically filled by members of the casual pool but may be offered to the right candidate.

Although experience is valuable, we provide all training and place high emphasis on finding the right people.

The role of a therapist offers a varied and interesting caseload. With intensive training schedules and daily collaboration in the classroom, staff and students benefit from the supervision and support of our on-site clinical team promoting learning and progress across the school day.


How to apply:

 In the first instance, please send your cover letter and resume to Should you have any questions, please call our office on 02 9639 6152.

 Please visit the Woodbury website Employment Opportunities – Woodbury for further information.