Working with us at Learning Links means making a difference in the lives of children and families each and every day. We’re dedicated to our mission and to the development and wellbeing of our incredible team.
Learning Links has been dedicated to supporting children to learn, develop and thrive for over 50 years. Working with us is truly an opportunity to help improve the lives of children, adolescents and families, each and every day.
We’re a values-based organisation with a culture that we think is pretty special. We can only do what we do because of our people. And let’s face it, our team is exceptional. That’s why we’re dedicated to supporting wellbeing, providing mentoring and professional development, building skills and experience and guiding career pathways.
We also offer a range of benefits to ensure your career with us is as fulfilling and rewarding as possible.
So if you’re passionate about removing the barriers that children who have difficulties learning face and are looking to join a dynamic organisation where you can be part of that change, then Learning Links could be the perfect place for you.
The culture at Learning Links is really what makes the organisation such a special place to be a part of. It’s inclusive, nurturing, respectful, fun and truly something that our team feel excited and proud to contribute to.
We are a strengths-based organisation powered by Clifton Strengths from Gallup. Strengths-profiling is a key part of our onboarding process and we use the insights from our individual profiles to embrace each staff member’s unique qualities and differences, support each other to achieve our goals and strive to work together in the best possible way.
We have an amazing variety of people, all dedicated to our vision, and love catching up each year at our Staff Development Day and Christmas Party.
We are resourceful, accountable and proactive, using our initiative to achieve positive change and outcomes.
We value teamwork and the strength that comes from diversity and from joining forces to make a difference.
We are professional, competent and driven, striving always to be the best we can be, in everything we do.
We are reliable and dependable guided by our moral compass at all times.
We offer salary packaging, including novated leases, to reduce your taxable income and boost your take-home pay.
We have regular salary reviews and benchmarking cycles, to reward our staff for their hard work and dedication.
We have created a culture that gives our team space for family, community and other commitments that fulfil them alongside their work.
Our Flexibility Policy supports a hybrid working model, where staff benefit from days at home alongside those in the office environment.
Our teams look after each other and genuinely care about wellbeing.
To support them, our Work, Health and Safety Committee is dedicated to supporting physical and mental health, and run a number of initiatives to achieve this.
We also have a free, independent Employee Assistance Program to empower you to manage any challenges or concerns.
Learning Links is committed to a just, equitable and reconciled Australia.
We truly value diversity in our workforce and want all team members to feel treated as equal, irrespective of culture, background, identity or any specific personal characteristics.
We celebrate differences and the power and strength that comes from diversity in all forms, including thinking and perspective.
As an organisation, we are committed to learning about, nurturing and valuing the individual and cultural identity of our staff, clients, families and the wider community. We developed our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan in 2021, and through our Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group, staff are able to support the organisation on its learning journey and lead initiatives to support and celebrate diversity, equity and inclusion.
We pride ourselves on the high-quality development, mentoring and supervision oppportunities we provide.
You benefit from a thorough onboarding and induction processing, dedicated professional learning days (for clinical roles), development and performance planning and ongoing investment in leaders and career progression.
The different teams at Learning Links all work collaboratively to achieve our mission of helping children who have difficulties learning with the skills, services and family support that will enable them to realise their potential.
Learning Links Preschool welcomes Early Child Educators who are passionate about including children of all abilities and their families. You will work in a collaborative transdisciplinary team of experienced teachers, educators, speech pathologists and occupational therapists developing individualised programs to enhance every child’s participation and learning.
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Learning Links’ specialist educators provides individualised teaching and tutoring services to children, across Sydney and online, that is simple and effective. We’re the place for committed teachers to hone their teaching skills for the students who need it most and make a genuine difference in children’s education – with flexible roles that can fit into your busy schedule.
Our psychologists work within a large, supportive multidisciplinary team and receive peer supervision and regular professional development to maintain and enhance assessment and counselling skills. You will make a real difference for children, adolescents and their families through evidence-based, family centred practice that focuses on strengths and achieving goals.
Our therapists are part of a collaborative multidisciplinary team, working in our centres, online and in local schools. Learning Links is a great place for new graduates to gain on the ground clinical experience with a diverse paediatric caseload, or for more experienced therapists to enhance their clinical skills and mentor early career therapists.
Learning Links’ service delivery is supported by a team of experienced support service roles across finance, people and culture, IT, customer service, fundraising and marketing, that ensure our professional staff receive the support and resources they require to deliver exceptional best practices services to children, families and professionals.
Our Charity Housie Workers play a unique role in supporting the charitable work of our organisation. They work in small teams from the various locations of our NSW Club Partners across Sydney and regional NSW to run Charity Housie Sessions, also referred to as cash bingo, to engage club patrons and deliver the financial support that our charity needs to empower children in need.