About Us
The Autism Association is one of Australia’s largest not-for-profit Autism specific service providers, and the only specialist organisation providing a full range of services from early childhood through to adulthood in Australia. Together we are inspired every day to make a difference in the lives of individuals with Autism. We are a dedicated, passionate, supportive team joined by a common goal and are deeply committed to enhancing the quality of life of every individual with Autism and passionate about supporting them to live their best life possible.

About the Role
Our Schedulers ensure the timely and accurate rostering of staff to deliver responsive services to the Autism Association’s clients. You will ensure individual client needs can be supported by making sure the right staff with the right skills and qualifications are rostered to work with the individual. Duties include:

  • Management of Support Worker scheduling and rosters
  • Creating rosters and distributing them to Support Staff
  • Undertaking scheduling to cover staff shortfalls including emergency replacement staff
  • Processing leave requests, induction paperwork, training schedules, new starters & invoices
  • Maintaining databases to ensure systems remain current

About You
We are looking for a motivated and experienced Scheduler to work 32 hours per week. You will have strong communication skills and be confident speaking with individuals from all demographics and backgrounds. You’ll have a systematic approach, excellent attention to detail and confidence in working across multiple platforms. You have a ‘can do’ attitude and are proactive and logical in your problem-solving approach. To succeed in this role you will also have:

  • Scheduling or rostering experience, preferably within the Disability or Aged Care sector, or similar
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office, Customer Relationship Management and rostering software
  • Highly developed organisation and time management skills with the ability to work to deadlines and manage competing priorities
  • Strong customer service focus with understanding of person-centred and inclusive support of people with Autism
  • Proven ability to use initiative and work both independently and in a collaboratively

To join our team you’ll also be happy to get a COVID and seasonal flu vaccination, and complete required selection clearances including an NDIS Workers Check.


You’ll make a meaningful difference in people’s lives, join a ‘for purpose’ organisation and also receive:

  • Training, growth and development opportunities
  • A supportive and friendly team
  • The opportunity to make a difference every day
  • A competitive salary with an additional 20% paid for weekend work
  • Access to generous salary packaging options

Apply Now

If you are dedicated, passionate and ready to join our team, click ‘Apply Now’ to upload your resume and introduction letter. Applications are open until Monday 3rd October 2022 but please apply as soon as possible as we will be shortlisting and progressing suitable applications as we receive them.

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