The Centre for Positive Behaviour Support (CPBS) has an exhilarating new opportunity available. This position will give the suitable applicant the opportunity to further develop their professional and clinical skills. Several opportunities for development await you, including weekly supervision, team meetings and future academic encouragement. Having the support of a whole team of clinical professionals as well as administrative support in a fast-paced, progressive organisation to assist you in your vital role, all while being inspired by our clients’ accomplishments.
The Centre for Positive Behaviour Support (CPBS) is a leading national organisation that believes in making behaviour support services accessible to everyone that needs them. As a person-centred organisation, working for CPBS is about joining a team of talented people, passionate about providing services where every individual who engages with them will be able to reach their potential.
Reporting to the Regional Clinical Manager, the Behaviour Support Practitioner will play an imperative role in conducting assessments, writing behavioural support plans and programs. The Behaviour Support Practitioner will assist with implementing plans and supervision of Behaviour Therapists. The work is based on Applied Behaviour Analysis and Positive Behaviour Support principles for children and adults in the home, community, and school/workplace settings.
- Develop Functional Behavioural Assessments and Behaviour Analysis Support Plans
- Provide direct behavioural interventions in individual and group sessions after assessment and diagnosis
- Provide training, support and clinical supervision of Behaviour Support Practitioners/Behaviour Therapists
- Use behavioural, psychological and evidence-based theories to develop and implement program designs and interventions
- Develop and maintain professional relationships with all key stakeholders
- Adhere to NDIS quality and safeguard commission requirements
- Bachelor’s degree or postgraduate qualifications related to Positive Behaviour Support e.g. Psychology
- Minimum of three years’ experience demonstrating provision of positive behaviour support services
- Demonstrated and practical time management skills including the ability to manage multiple competing priorities set in a fast-paced environment
- High level of oral and written communication skills including the demonstrated ability to prepare and finalise technical reports
- Compliance checks including the NDIS Workers Screening Check, National Criminal History Check and any relevant State-issued WWCC/WWVP cards
- COVID19 Vaccination Digital Certificate, inclusive of mandated booster vaccinations as directed by State Government and NDIS mandates
- Valid Driver Licence
We offer outstanding professional development opportunities and support individualised pathways to progressing the careers of our people, along with offering a family-friendly work-life balance, including flexible work arrangements.