Behaviour Support Practitioner My Right 2 Voice

JOB DESCRIPTION

Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

Western Victoria

Award: Health Professionals and Support Services Award 2020 (+10.5% Superannuation and +17.5% Leave Loading)

 

ABOUT US

My Right 2 Voice is an innovative and growing company that puts people first. We pride ourselves on providing high-quality services and empowering our positive behaviour support practitioners to develop their skills and feel confident in their ability to drive positive outcomes for the people they work with. Our reputation has been built on working with various complex clients and providing a realistic billing environment for growth and development. We are looking forward to your application.

Allowing participants to have a voice in how they are supported is integral to achieving the best outcomes for them, so much so that it is within the company’s name. This starts with listening to them and continuing to do so throughout their entire experience.  

 

WHY US?

  • Flexible Working
  • Realistic Case Load of 8-15 clients
  • Realistic KPI per week of 20-25 hours per week
  • Clear pathway and expectations 
  • Travel reimbursement
  • Work laptop and mobile phone provided
  • Professional Development Opportunities
    • Fortnightly clinical supervision (2 hours)
    • Monthly cultural supervision 
    • Monthly group supervision
    • Monthly reflective practice session
    • 6-month professional development plan review
  • Monthly Company Lunch
  • Paid training
    • First Aid and CPR 
    • Cultural Awareness Training
    • Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) – Once every three years
    • Institute Applied Behaviour Analysis (IABA)
    • Other training opportunities upon request
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Portable Long Service Leave
  • Spotify Premium 

 

What you need to be successful in this role:

  • Postgraduate qualification in a relevant field and a minimum of 12 months experience working with complex clients. 
  • Demonstrated skills and experience in Positive Behaviour Support, in line with the NDIS Commission Positive Behaviour Support Capability Framework. Practitioners must demonstrate that they have been endorsed as ‘Suitable’ to provide behaviour support under the NDIS. 
  • Knowledge of contemporary disability practice and Trauma-Informed Positive Behaviour Support is highly desirable. 
  • Experience working with vulnerable cohorts, their support networks and care teams, including those impacted by family violence and involved with Child Protection or Criminal Justice Systems. 
  • Competency in using evidence-based strategies and person-centred supports that address the needs of the person with a disability and the underlying causes of behaviours of concern while safeguarding their dignity and quality of life in line with NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework, NDIS Behaviour Support Rules 2018 and OH&S legislation.
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with others, such as large care teams, to promote positive outcomes for individuals with a disability. 
  • Well-developed interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills.

 

We are seeking someone who brings:

  • Good organisation and planning skills
  • Open and transparent communication
  • Person-Centred Active Support
  • A holistic, trauma-informed and human rights approach in their everyday practice
  • Can work as part of a team and independently where required
  • Someone open to driving change within the sector
  • Curiosity when assessing the function of behaviours 

 

How to apply: 

If this is the role for you, please submit your cover letter and current resume to: 

For more information about the role, please contact 

  • Maverick Clissold, Director- [email protected] using the subject line: Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner Role.
  • Simone Filies, Behaviour Support Manager- [email protected] using the subject line: Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner Role.