Join our team, what we offer you
At Growing Early Minds you’ll find exciting employment opportunities to join a diverse and friendly team who are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children and families. It is one of the most rewarding jobs you can have.
We pride ourselves on being an employer of choice and are currently undergoing significant growth. We offer a variety of positions including allied health, finance, business support and administration roles.
We operate on evidence-based approaches which include family-centred, strengths and play-based intervention. What sets us apart is families can access speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, dietetics and nutrition, psychology, behaviour and family support all under the one roof.
Growing Early Minds promotes and supports the wellbeing of its people and provides a great range of benefits. We offer rewarding experiences, training, supervision and development opportunities to grow – both personally and professionally. We also offer a flexible environment that supports a work-life balance. Join our team and access the following benefits:
- Competitive salary packaging with the ability to claim $15,900.00 tax-free
- Flexible environment that supports wellbeing and work-life balance
- Choose your own hours, work from home options, accrue time in lieu
- Supplied with laptop and mobile, travel reimbursement and free parking
- Variety in caseload, e.g. therapy, playgroups, facilitating workshops etc.
- Be part of innovative programs with interstate travel options
- Electronic CRM/booking system with all therapy resources provided
- Employee Assistance Program with access to free counseling
- Excellent training and development opportunities
- Generous professional development budget
- Supportive supervision and clinical supervision
- Friendly and supportive working environment
- Team building events and rewarding social activities
- Join a large supportive and collaborative organisation
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome applications from people who speak a language in addition to English and from people who are Aboriginal or of Torres Strait Islander background.
If you’re enthusiastic about working in an innovative organisation that’s committed to children, families, and communities check out the positions listed below. If we have no positions available below, please check back at a later date. Alternatively, you’re welcome to contact us at any time to enquire about any positions that might be coming up, or simply send us your resume using the form on this page.
Current positions available
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We’re always on the lookout for exceptional people to join our team and expand our service offering. If you think you have what it takes, or would like to put forward an expression of interest to discuss a new service, program or another opportunity, then please submit your resume using the contact form on this page, or contact us.
Volunteer with us
Our volunteers have played an important role in helping our organisation become the success it is today. Volunteering can come in in many forms and we work with each volunteer based on their skills and abilities. In the past, our volunteers have assisted us with improving our office and communication systems, coordinating hamper donations to producing resources for our therapists so they can use during therapy appointments.
If you have a particular interest or skill and would like to talk about volunteering with us, let us know. Volunteers are offered an induction and support from a member of the team. Volunteers must be 18 years or older. You will need a valid Working With Children Check (issued through the RMS). You will also be subject to a National Police Certificate Clearance.
We have strong relationships with the universities in our region, and we regularly offer placements to students under the supervision of our professional team.
Work experience placements for students from local secondary schools are sometimes available. Get in touch if you’d like to organise a placement at Growing Early Minds.
Be part of a large organisation with the community at the heart
Growing Early Minds is a division of the Growing Potential Ltd. family, a long established, community based, not-for-profit organisation that has a solid foundation of community ties across Western Sydney, and beyond. For more exciting career opportunities be sure to visit our Growing Potential Career Opportunities page