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Position vacant:



Supporting children from 0 to 18 years as part of our trans-disciplinary therapy team. You will have a diverse caseload working to support children both individually and in group situations, centre-based as well as natural environments.


Part time, Full time, Casual, Ongoing

Applications close:

15/11/23, 1:00 am

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Position description

Both recent graduates and experienced professionals are encouraged to apply for this exciting role.

PlayAbility is a provider of Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) and Therapy supports for children 0-18 years. We place a strong focus on a family centred approach to the delivery of services and a collaborative working  culture to achieve the best outcomes for clients.

Primary Purpose of Role

  • Provide in person and / or tele practice supports for children between 0-6 years, and their caregivers, in line with ECIA National Guidelines for Best Practice in ECEI

  • Provide in person / tele practice supports for children up to the age of 18.

  • Ensure service delivery meets the National Disability Standards and adheres to other relevant legislation and standards, especially those designed to keep children safe

  • Collaborate with families to establish clear and measurable outcomes that will inform the development of an Individual Support Plan (ISP) for children in line with their NDIS plan

  • Provide supervision of a Therapy Assistant with clinical and non-clinical tasks

  • Provide supervision of a student on placement from university

  • Provide input from allied health practitioners and teachers to develop strategies that support the child’s development in the trans-disciplinary Keyworker model

  • Develop an ISP, record progress and write reports that summarise developmental progress.

  • Engage and interact with children with developmental delays using a play-based approach that incorporates trans-disciplinary strategies to assist development through each individual child’s interests and learning preferences

  • Provide capacity building supports to the participant’s parents / carers and support network to integrate strategies that support development into daily routines

  • Provide capacity building supports to facilitate the child’s successful transition to school and inclusion into the community

  • Be an advocate and facilitator of inclusion of the child and their parents/ carers when required.

  • Adhere to the NDIS Code of Conduct and Practice Standards as required by the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission

Why work with PlayAbility?

  • Secure employment in a well-respected and expanding organisation.

  • Mentoring and supervision

  • A strong focus on professional development with access to both internal and external training and development opportunities

  • Salary packaging options which can equate to $5200 additional take home annual salary and annual salary increases

  • A supportive, family friendly and flexible work environment

  • Generous leave allowances, including additional paid leave over the Christmas period.

  • Relocation assistance may be offered for the right candidate

  • Full time/part time and casual roles  will be considered.  Short-term locum style contracts of 3 months would also be considered.

Live and Work on the NSW Far South Coast

PlayAbility is an expanding not-for-profit NDIS provider located in the on the beautiful Sapphire Coast of NSW and surrounded by  beaches, bushland and mountains. Learn about the beautiful Bega Valley and surrounds at 

Workplace Culture

Your  career with PlayAbility will be deeply rewarding given that what you do  makes a positive difference in the daily lives of our local children,  their families, and caregivers. As a values-based organisation, you will  be joining a well-respected professional organisation that promotes  diversity, inclusion, professional development, support, and wellbeing.

Diversity and Inclusion

PlayAbility  welcomes applications from women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander  people, culturally and linguistically diverse people, people with  disability, sexually and gender diverse people, and people of all ages.

People  who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and/or those who  have strong connections with our local Aboriginal and Torres Strait  Islander Elders and peoples are strongly encouraged to apply.

How to apply

To apply submit your CV and a brief cover letter that speaks to your interest in the role, your skills, experience and qualifications.

Email to or post PO Box 501, Eden, NSW, 2551.

For more information call our office on (02) 6496 1918.

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