Join our team
We are a committed, supportive, and connected team where each member is valued for their unique contribution to our community. Our team consists of therapists (speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists), teachers, behaviour specialists, peer workers, and therapy assistants, as well as a small administrative team.
Our awesome team members are the heart of our organisation as they work directly with children and their families to create positive outcomes. Their professional, caring and respectful approach has created our reputation in the community as a truly important community resource.
We value our team and provide them with a range of learning and development, including access to training and supervision. Our NDIS team use evidence-based approaches that include family-centred practice, the Keyworker Model, strengths and play-based intervention, plus our team is transdisciplinary.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and value diversity. We welcome applications from people who have a disability, speak a language in addition to English, or have an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background.
You can apply to work with us by clicking on a position listed below or contact us at other times to enquire about future positions.
We are currently seeking to fill Speech Therapist, Physiotherapist and Early Childhood Educator (Full or Part-Time) positions.
- Join a passionate, supportive team where your skills and ideas will be valued;
- Work in a variety of settings to provide a high-quality service to families;
- Enjoy a flexible, family-centred working environment
Join our NDIS team, where you will work with:
- Young children and their families under the NDIS and
- Staff in early childhood settings
A day in the life of an NDIS team member at Plumtree
We’re so glad that you are interested in working at Plumtree!
Our team is passionate about working with children and their families and are highly qualified specialists with expertise in early childhood development and working with children who have a range of delays and disabilities.
This document aims to give you an idea of what working at Plumtree looks like. These three scenarios have been created from different staff calendars however, no day is ever the same!
We have strong relationships with the universities in our region through our research and innovations, and we regularly offer placements to students under the supervision of our professional team.
Get in touch if you’d like to organise a placement at Plumtree.
Volunteer with Us
Plumtree is a busy organisation and our wonderful volunteers assist us in a variety of ways. Some attend weekly, while others come whenever their own busy lives allow. Whatever your capacity, we would love to hear from you!
Volunteers are offered induction and support from a member of the team. Let us know if you have a particular interest or skill and want to talk about volunteering.
Volunteers must be 18 years or older. You will need a verifiable Working With Children Registration number.
Volunteers have played an important role in:
- Assisting staff in the preschool and in playgroups
- Contributing their personal and professional skills to help us improve our office and IT systems, to communicate our message more effectively
- Making resources for our staff to use with children and families.
Get in touch if you’d like to volunteer at Plumtree.