Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) Careers and Employment
- Company size1001 to 5,000
- IndustryNon-profit & NGO
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Occupational Therapist in Sydney and Surrounds, NSW
on 13 July 2021
Great to work with a passionate, progressive and knowledgeable teamMy typical day changes based on the variety of roles I have within the company. A day could include direct therapy with clients at home, school or in the community, teletherapy, online or in person team meetings, completing admin at home, cafes or outside if the weather is nice, facilitating group programs or spending a week in rural locations to support outreach clients. Aspect has clear leadership structure with regular clinical support and supervision for your specific discipline. The extensive knowledge across the team is openly shared and I have no hesitation in contacting a number of OT, Speech, Psychology and Behaviour Support Supervisors if I require support. There is also support available for admin or operational related tasks.Aspect strives to provide a high quality services to all participants which can be tiring but is very fulfilling as a therapist. It can be challenging and stressful to work with the ever-changing NDIS funding requirements however this is the nature of working in the disability sector.
AHA Allied Health Assistant in Qld
on 12 July 2021
I have found it to be a great company to work forAlthough I have not been at Aspect long, I have been very welcomed.Great managers and staff and we all work together to collaborate the best outcomes for our clients.Loving it.
Speech Pathologist in South East Sydney
on 11 July 2021
Passionate and supportive team!Working for Aspect Therapy has really helped me develop my passion for working with individuals on the spectrum, to support their goals and build on their strengths. There are lots of opportunities and innovation happening all the time. The induction process is great and team collaboration is encouraged. You get to work independently but get support when needed. Working in people's homes, schools, in the community, etc. means we get to make a real difference at a functional level and every day looks different (versus having to sit in an office). If you are someone passionate about helping others, enjoy working independently, good at building rapport and are a life long learner this job is for you!
Senior HR Business Partner in Sydney NSW
on 8 July 2021
Disability services done rightI have previously worked in HR for disability services and found it to be a very challenging experience. I was nervous to return but Aspect has been such a pleasant surprise with an excellent culture where they truly value their employees. The work is fulfilling and challenging, and the measures for work/life balance are great. Highly recommend!
Administrative Assistant in Sydney NSW
on 8 July 2021
Great Culture, Purpose led organisationSupportive culture and colleagues. An Executive that lead from the front and support you to be your authentic self. They put the customer first and are actively focussing on partnering with Autistic people to design their desired future - together.
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