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Early Years Specialist



EACH has been committed to delivering health and support services that improve lives and strengthen communities for over 50 years. Our workforce is made up of compassionate individuals who are here to lend a helping hand, offering a wide range of services tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual from all walks of live. Join us on this journey and let us make a difference together.   

We are a 2024 Circle Back Initiative Employer - we commit to respond to every applicant. 

  • Full-time or part-time position until 30 June 2025
  • Hybrid – flexible working options available
  • No billable hours


Compensation: Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave.

Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our Liverpool office and within the community.

Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings.

Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations.


Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll:

  • Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice.
  • Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family.
  • Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills.
  • Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose.
  • keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system.
  • Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans.

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • A tertiary qualification in Early Childhood / Education
  • Expert knowledge in child development and early intervention along with the ability to identify developmental issues.
  • Proven track record building relationships and supporting families and children with developmental delays/disabilities, including the implementation of effective strategies for families to practice at home and other settings.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the NDIS Early Childhood Approach and early childhood intervention best practice principles and the National Disability Insurance Scheme

A position description is attached.

Alternatively, for more information please contact Cammie Dinh (Talent Acquisition Business Partner) at [email protected] using the subject line: Early Years Specialist enquiry via EthicalJobs.

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