Careers and University Work Placement

Careers Within L4Life

The Learning for Life Autism Centre recruits and trains promising, high-calibre individuals in the latest ABA principles and techniques using our Certification Training curriculum. By delivering this training, we aim to ensure that our Therapy Assistants deliver best-practice ABA therapy. Learn more about our Therapist Training.

Current Openings

We are currently recruiting for the following roles:

    • Office and Finance Administrator
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    • Allied Health Administrator
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    • Therapy Assistants 
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    • Psychologist
      To read more about a behavioural Psychologist role at L4Life, please click here.

At Learning For Life, we support a diverse and inclusive workplace, and we prohibit discrimination and harassment against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, colour, age, religion, sex, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, veteran, military or marital status, genetic information or any other protected status.

The Learning for Life Autism Centre is committed to the wellbeing and safety of children. We have zero tolerance for child abuse.

Why work at Learning For Life Autism Centre?

L4Life currently has over 40 clinical staff members comprised of:

  • Clinical Director, Emma Miller,
  • Clinical Consultants (including those also acting in the capacity of psychologists and speech pathologists),
  • Therapy Assistants.

The majority of L4Life Therapy Assistants are either university students, recent graduates or masters students in the areas of Psychology, Early Education or Speech/Occupational Therapy. We are committed to nurturing our ABA Therapy Assistants’ careers within the organisation and the broader ASD community.

We focus on:

  • Continuing training,
  • Providing a mentor system and social interaction amongst therapy assistants,
  • Creating leadership opportunities to represent L4Life at conferences
  • Ensuring opportunities for upward mobility.

Early Childhood Clinical Consultants, Claire Taptil and Tiffany Poljakovic; Chair, Mary Muirhead; Psychologist and Clinical Consultant, Samantha Boyle; Head of Psychological Services, Sarah Wood; and Clinical Consultant, Emma Davies.

University Work Placement Program

A career as a Behavioural Therapy Assistant working with high needs children can be challenging. L4Life’s University Work Placement Program helps university students develop a realistic understanding of these challenges and introduces them to ABA therapy’s effectiveness.

Through this program, we provide students with theoretical and practical training under Psychologist and Clinical Consultant monitoring. Students observe therapy sessions, learn about data collection, set up program materials and participate in selective learning activities with the children.

To be eligible, students must already be enrolled in a course that requires them to complete a work placement. This is to ensure that students have the necessary liability coverage.

To enquire about participating in L4Life’s University Work Placement Program, please call us at (03) 9853 4607, or email us at or contact us below.

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