Employment Opportunities

Have you ever wondered who Mansfield Autism are or what we do?

Expression of Interest – Employment at Mansfield Autism

Come along to one of our employment information sessions to find out more about our services and the roles and employment opportunities we have available.

If you are a minimum degree qualified Teacher, Allied Health Professional or Social Worker who is looking for a role which utilises your existing skills and enables you to work intensively with clients and families then attending one of these sessions is for you.

Come along and meet with our Director, Simone Reeves, who has over 30 years in the disability industry for inclusive autism strategies to assist you working with your students/clients, or to learn more about joining the MASS team.

Mansfield Autism Statewide Services programs are based on the belief the child with Autism’s family are their most important teachers, and we aim to give them the understanding, the confidence, and the determination necessary to build their child’s improved daily skills and quality of life.

Come along to one of our employment information sessions:

Where/when:

  • Monday 24th May – Glen Waverley, 5.30pm
  • Tuesday 25th May – Burnside, 10.00am
  • Tuesday 25th May – Bairnsdale area, 5.30pm
  • Wednesday 26th May – Warragul area, 10.00am
  • Thursday 27th May – Lara, 10.00am
  • Thursday 27th May – Geelong, 5.30pm

If you wish to find out more or to confirm attendance, please contact us on recruitment@autismmansfield.org.au or 03 5775 2876.

Location address will be provided on confirmation of attendance.
Due to Covid regulations RSVP is required and maximum numbers apply.

Mansfield Autism Statewide Services are committed to promoting and protecting at all times the best interests of children and young people involved in its programs. Any child having contact with Mansfield Autism Statewide Services has the right to feel safe and be safe. The well-being of children in our care will always be our first priority and we have zero tolerance to child abuse. All employees must have/or be willing to apply for a Working with Children Check, a Police Check and show they are not on Worker Disability Exclusion Register.

Mansfield Autism Statewide Services maintains a no tolerance policy of mistreatment, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people we support and within the broader organisation. All such incidents are treated seriously and confidentially, we also independently investigate all of these allegations.

People who work for Mansfield Autism Statewide Services must comply with the Code of Conduct Policy and agree to work according to our values of quality, collaborative relationships, responsibility, client focus, professional integrity and respect.