Want to be part of our team?We’d love to hear from you

Whilst we don’t actively recruit people to 'fill positions' we do value hearing from people who share our values of Relationships, Learning, Inclusion, Innovation and Quality and may be interested in becoming part of our model of support and practice.

Are you interested in supporting people, families and support networks in ways that is meaningful and driven by people with disability and families themselves? Are you passionate about what really matters in everyday support for people and working with support networks to build true purpose, relationships and wellbeing?

If so, we’d love to hear from you and find out more about what you can bring to our team and what we can offer you in return.

Give us a call if you’d like to have a chat and find out a bit more about what we do, our passions, our projects and our disability community investment. Or you can fill in this expression of interest to tell us a bit about yourself.

Whether you have lots of experience or looking for an opportunity for mentoring and growing as a behaviour practitioner or allied health clinician, please get in contact to have a chat about opportunities. It’s your values that we value most. We offer robust support, training and development for all of our Microboard team members.

Some quick things about us that might be helpful.....

Microboards Australia are first and foremost a family led organisation. We know the support needs of people and families and make sure this stays at the forefront of our values and support for others. Microboards have been supporting families and people for many years resulting in broad reaching expertise in the areas of quality of life, sustainable support networks, supported decision making, behaviour support, regulation and wellbeing, communication access and health access for people with a disability.

We are at the forefront of disability sector training and development nationally with partnerships with universities, coalitions, sector networks and most importantly, people with disabilities.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for behaviour support practitioners, occupational therapists and speech pathologists with exceptional skills in working with families, organisations and individuals in the design and delivery of best practice person centred approaches. We are seeking people who like to work in ways where we all learn from each other and then engage in ways to explore and achieve what is needed for the person regardless of our role. True intradisciplinary practice.