We are currently recruiting skilled and passionate Behaviour Support Practitioners for our team.

About the Role

As a Behaviour Support Practitioner, you will: 

  • Undertake comprehensive functional behavioural assessments and develop individualised evidence-based intervention plans for clients utilising a Positive Behaviour Support framework.

  • Deliver intervention programs in pursuit of clients’ goals, including skill development.

  • Complete assessments of disability support needs.

  • Monitor, evaluate and review individual intervention plans and programs against clients’ goals.

  • Liaise with complex stakeholder groups and collaborate with external health practitioners. Effective oral and written communication skills are essential.

  • Write clinical reports and keep appropriate clinical records.

  • Provide advice to clients and stakeholders about Restrictive Practices in accordance with the Disability Services Act 2006 and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (Restrictive Practices and Behaviour Support Rules) 2018.

  • Participate in individual or group supervision, and contribute to peer consultations as requested.

  • Deliver services in clients’ homes, community settings, and in the Behaviour Support and Training offices.

  • Practice within the NDIS Practice Standards, and provide services within the parameters of individual client’s Service Agreement.

  • Demonstrate commitment to building the capacity of individuals, or staff teams supporting individuals, with a disability

  • Contribute to a fun, supportive, and innovative workplace.

Your caseload

You will have the opportunity to work with clients across the lifespan who use harmful or stigmatising behaviours that impede their quality of life.  Our client base is varied, and includes individuals with intellectual and cognitive disability, psychosocial disability, and children subject to child protection orders.

About You

Highly desirable applicants will hold a growth mindset and be willing to develop their own, and others' abilities, and eager to consider innovative and creative alternatives to supporting our clients. They will also:

  • Hold registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) or professional registration with other relevant professional body

  • Have previous experience delivering Positive Behaviour Support services

  • Have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check

  • Hold criminal history screening clearance to work with children and individual's with a disability

  • Hold a current, unrestricted Driver's license.

Successful applicants will be remunerated in accordance with their skills and abilities required for this role.  Employees will also benefit from:

  • continuing professional development opportunities;

  • individual or group supervision from highly experienced practitioners; and

  • full administrative support. 

Applying for Work

If you would like to work with us in a permanent full time or part time capacity, apply now by completing the employment form below, or by sending your resume and cover letter outlining your behaviour support experience to:

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