CAREERS AT AFA
‘Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life’. - Confucius
Being a part of the Action For Autism team can be an extremely satisfying experience. One where coming into work can be so enjoyable that the 'Monday morning blues' are kept at bay!
In case you don’t find any current opening suitable for you, 1) choose your area of interest from the options given below and 2) send in your application with a complete CV to:
Subject: Vacancy at AFAPlease contact us for all further queries.
We’d love to have you as part of our team in any of these rewarding roles:
We offer various positions in our administration department: from those in the front office, the accounts department, the maintenance wing, to name some.
Action for Autism provides a creative platform for teachers who want to specialize in teaching persons with autism across ages and ability levels. The positions offer an enriching work experience in the classrooms, outreach programmes, communication focused programmes, early intervention models, social skills programs, etc. Working in these positions continually provides fresh learning opportunities.
AAILAAN, AFA’s advocacy wing, is involved in raising awareness about autism, lobbying with the government and networking. If you believe in advocating for the rights of the marginaisied, and being a part of the process to give them access to their rights, AAILAAN may just be the place for you.
AFA has a longstanding commitment to research in the field of autism. We strongly believe that research is the key to understanding both the phenomenology and treatment of people with autism, and building upon the existing services. You may want to come aboard our research team and build on the vast reservoir of data that we have collected.
Occupational therapists are an integral part of the multi-disciplinary team at AFA and work in coordination with the special educators. They add a vital component to the progress of the children and adults through occupational therapy assessments, planning for and implementing individualised occupational therapy, as well as being in regular communication with parents, so as to facilitate the suggestions being carried out in the home environment too.