For more than 50 years, Amaze has been a leading voice for autistic people and their families. We have made enormous progress, but there is much more work to be done. Join our team and help shape a better future for autism.
Non-Executive Director (Voluntary)
For more than 50 years, Amaze has provided information and resources to autistic people and their families, the broader autism sector (service providers, researchers, autism organisations) and the wider community.
Today Amaze supports thousands of people every year and also advocates to government to influence positive change and builds the skills of the community to create a better world for autistic people and their families.
Amaze Inc. now invites applications for two vacancies for Non-Executive Directors on its Board.
Specifically, the Board is seeking to appoint:
Core competencies and other qualifications for directors are detailed in the Position Description. Any queries about the role can be directed to Board Chair, Professor W. Bebbington AM, at email@example.com.
If you wish to be considered for one of these positions, please apply by letter addressing the Core Competencies, including a current CV and listing two referees, and forwarded by email to Board Chair, Professor W. Bebbington AM, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications should be received by 15 March 2021.
Applicants shortlisted will be invited to attend an interview with the Chair and a panel of Board members. Successful applicants will by appointed by the Board until the November 2021 Annual General Meeting, where Directors are elected for three-year terms. An applicant must agree to join Amaze Inc. as a Member to serve as a Director.
Note that this is a voluntary role.
At Amaze, autistic people are at the centre of all we do – including our workforce. Amaze employees a number of autistic people, and we strongly encourage autistic people to apply for vacant positions.
We have an autism-friendly culture, and our team comes together to support autistic employees to thrive by making adjustments (both in the way we work and the physical environment) to support that person’s needs.
While we understand many people choose not to disclose, applicants are welcome to let us know that they are autistic when applying for a role at Amaze. That way we can make adjustments to the application and interview process to suit your needs.
You can tell us by either including that information in your application, or by calling us on 03 9657 1600 or emailing email@example.com and asking to speak with the hiring Manager named in the relevant job ad.