Behaviour Support Practitioner
We have a unique opportunity for a passionate Behaviour Support Practitioner to join our Elcies Disability Care (EDC) team. The successful applicant will enjoy in-house clinical oversight from one of South Australia’s leading PBS Clinical Leads. If you are a new behaviour support practitioner, we welcome your application and can guarantee support and mentoring.
You will be providing valuable life changing support to those we serve in our community so your expertise and knowledge in disability, your commitment to best practice and positive outcomes will ensure that the Positive Behaviour Plans you develop will be client centred and realistic.
Tertiary qualifications in Allied Health (Psychology, Development Education, Social Work), a full drivers licence and vehicle are essential for this position. We also require you to hold a DHS WWCC and NDIS Workers Check, but don’t worry if you don’t have these just yet, we can help you out.
In this role, you will:
- Develop person-centred Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) plans that are underpinned by the values, principles, domains and legislative requirements in line with the NDIS PBS Capability Framework.
- Build rapport and work alongside individuals, their families and support teams to identify individualised quality approaches that increase a person’s wellbeing and meet their goals across multiple environments.
- Utilise best practice principles to conduct individual functional assessments (FBA) that underpin strategies in your PBS plans.
- Be supported in your decision making by a highly experienced leadership team where contemporary training, flexibility and the intrinsic value of lived experience is embedded in our culture.
Want to know more? Refer to the attached position description.
Behaviour Support Practitioner, EDC
- Level 4
- Full Time position
- Sefton Park
To apply, or for information contact:
Bianca Dubois, Principal Clinical Lead – Specialist Services, 0427 809 211 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications close Friday Nov 18 2022 at 5.00pm