Key Worker - Early Childhood Intervention

Job Title: Key Worker - Early Childhood Intervention
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Eagle Vale, New South Wales, Australia
Industry: Education
Salary: AU$75000 - AU$85000 per annum + Super + Salary Packaging
Start Date:
Reference: BBBH323325_1717735341
Contact Name: Sydney Team
Contact Email:
Job Published: Jun 07, 2024

Job Description

We are seeking a Key Worker - Early Childhood Intervention to join a diverse, and highly motivated group of experienced allied health professionals, social workers, and inclusive education specialists to work as an Early Years Specialist.

The organisation works across the disability, health, counselling and community mental health service across Australia. Promoting health, building hope and creating opportunity to help build a healthy community where everyone belongs.

The benefits

The organisation is committed to developing their people. You'll be supported to be your best.

  • A family-friendly environment with flexible working arrangements (including accommodating hours and WFH options)

  • Opportunities for growth: the organisation operate well over 200 programs and services which offer a variety of opportunities for career progression and development

  • Engaging, inclusive supportive team

  • Generous Not-for-Profit Salary Packaging of up to $18,550 free income tax per year

  • Professional support, training and supervision

  • Opportunity to purchase additional leave

  • Support for yourself and family through a comprehensive Employee Assistance Program

  • $500 allocated towards SPARK Communication training

The role

You will work in a transdisciplinary team to deliver functional assessments, planning, and delivering early supports for children 0-9 years with a developmental delay or disability and their families. Working in partnership with families to support children to achieve positive outcomes, actively participate in everyday activities and be included in family and community life.

You will;

  • Interact and build rapport with families and listen to the voice of the child

  • Connect and facilitate the inclusion of the child in community and mainstream settings

  • Coach families, carers and other professionals to build their capacity to work on the child's developmental goals

  • Document developmental information, goals and outcomes

  • Assist families to apply for and implement a funded NDIS plan

The successful appointment will

  • Hold a tertiary degree in allied health or education

  • Hold current registration with either AHPRA, SPA, AASW or relevant teaching registration (again remove for AHA)

  • Demonstrate previous experience working with children and families

  • NSW Drivers licence

  • Confirm willingness to complete references, police check, NDIS checks

How to apply

Apply via the apply now button or send your resume to

or call Mehret on 02 9000 4093 for a confidential conversation


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