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Bright Eyes Early Intervention is always on the lookout for reliable and dedicated individuals to work as therapists with children with Autism and related disabilities in Sydney.
Junior therapists work one-on-one with children in homes, schools and community settings. Your role is to follow a program based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) that has been specifically designed to teach the child with whom you’re working skills including language, play, social skills, motor skills, behavioural management, and daily-living skills.
Through your work as a junior therapist, you will be trained in ABA, understanding Autism, behavioural management and data-taking procedures. More importantly, you will play a key role in positively and directly shaping the development of children with a disability.
- Interest working with children with special needs
- Quick thinking
- Relevant and up to date ABA training. If you have not completed any ABA training then you will need to complete the Bright Eyes Introductory ABA training available in the Courses section on our website. There is an online theoretical component and face-to-face practical component.
- Bright Eyes staff will also continue to provide ongoing training and supervision to therapists working on programs with Bright Eyes clients.
- It is also preferred but not necessary that you are studying or have completed a degree in a related field (including psychology, speech pathology, occupational therapy, or teaching).
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1. When can I start working?
2. The Bright Eyes practical workshop is only in a few months. Can I start work already?
3. Do I receive a certificate after completing my training?
4. Who trains me to work with a specific child?
5. Do I work alone?
6. How soon before I can start running sessions on my own?
7. What if I have no experience in this area?
8. Do I have to like kids?
9. Who employs me?
10. Do I have to do interviews to work with families?
11. Will I get paid?
12. Do I need an ABN?
13. Do I need a Working With Children Check (WWCC)?
14. What suburbs can I work in?
15. How many families can I work with?
16. How many hours a week can/must I work?
17. Can I work whenever I want?