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Job Number : 28638
Type and Location : Psychologist / Brisbane
Listed By : AEIOU Foundation on 12 Sep 2019
Assessment Coordinator
  • Permanent, part-time (3 days per week)
  • Fixed-term to 30 November 2020
  • Maternity Leave replacement

Why the Role

The role of the assessment co-ordinator is focused on conducting, managing, and organising with families and centres, intake, 12-month and exit assessments of children and families at our AEIOU centres. Assessments may include the Mullen Scales of Early Learning (MSEL), Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule: Second Edition (ADOS-2), Preschool Language Scales: Fifth Edition, as well as questionnaires (e.g., Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, Second Edition) completed by parents.

Training and supervision will be provided by the Research and Assessment Manager, but an ability to work both independently and as part of the team is essential to this role.  In addition, responsibilities of this role include but not limited to:

  • conducting a range of assessments with young children with ASD;
  • communicating assessment results to families and centres
  • maintaining and entering assessment data into a database of results.

Other research opportunities, for example, to contribute to writing and authorship of academic journal articles, conference presentations, data analysis or other tasks, may also be offered.

Why You

You come equipped with a Bachelor degree (honours) in psychology, special education or allied health and eligible for a Blue Card.

You are experienced in working with young children and conducting assessments. 

You are happy to travel to our centres across Queensland and South Australia. 

Why Us

AEIOU Foundation is a profit-for-purpose organisation, operating across ten centres in Queensland and South Australia. We are one of Australia's leading providers of early intervention for children with autism who are aged 2-6 years. Our evidence-based service supports children to develop essential life skills, fostering greater independence, confidence and inclusion. The full-time service is delivered by a transdisciplinary team comprised of Behaviour Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Teachers and Early Educators. We align our mission to our organisational values of Support, Teamwork, Excellence and Passion.

At AEIOU Foundation, our team is valued and supported. The work we do is valuable and rewarding, and you can take pride in the difference you are making.

What we do for You

  • Be part of a professional and dynamic research team
  • Over award conditions
  • Salary sacrificing
  • Up to five weeks annual leave
  • Regular professional development opportunities

At AEIOU, our team is valued and supported. The work we do is valuable and rewarding, and you can take pride in the difference you are making.

Download the Position Description at

Apply today via, attach your cover letter addressing the selection criteria and your CV. 

Application closes: 26 September 2019


Contact Details
For enquiries please phone: Madonna Tucker - Research and Assessment Manager on 07 3320 7500.

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