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Work for Amaze

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.

Current vacancies

Training Coordinator

  • Play a vital role in building autism understanding in the community
  • .6 FTE in a flexible, family-friendly workplace
  • Generous salary packaging benefits

To meet the growing demand for our industry-leading training services, Amaze is seeking to appoint an experienced Training Coordinator to deliver robust, evidence-based training to a wide range of workplaces, including: schools, community groups, councils and others not for profit and commercial organisations.

Applicants must hold a professional education qualification (be or able to be VIT registered), Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) and have demonstrated relevant practical experience in the industry.

You must hold a valid driver’s licence and Working with Children Check and be available for work outside standard business hours, including some overnight stays.

To be successful in this role, you will need:

  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of training models and principles of adult learning
  • Knowledge of Autism and best practice methodologies.
  • Comprehensive understanding of the disability and/or education sectors.
  • Awareness of available services in Victoria
  • Experience in training and delivery of learning to a variety of adult audiences
  • Experience in research of education, disability and/or training practices.

Download the Training Coordinator position description

To apply

To apply for this position, please submit your resume and a response to the Key Selection Criteria (refer to the position description) to Jason Doherty, Community Partnerships and Capacity Building Manager, at jason.doherty@amaze.org.au.

Please note that applications that do not respond to the key selection criteria will not be considered. 

For further information or an informal discussion please contact Jason Doherty on 9657 1618.

Autistic people with the skills and experience outlined in the position description are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applications close Monday 7 October 2019.

We’re an autism-friendly workplace

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.

For autistic applicants

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 info@amaze.org.au and asking to speak with the hiring Manager named in the relevant job ad.

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