Why Join Us?
- Generous Salary Package – Be rewarded for your experience and skills with above award wages, laptop/ tablet and work mobile
- Career Progression and Development – This is a long-term opportunity with great scope for future progression, personalised learning plan and generous CPD allowances. Be part of business projects and work on areas of interest.
- Vibrant Team Culture – Join a fun and energetic team with frequent social events and team activities, quarterly team bonding, weekly team lunches and birthday celebrations!
- Monthly RDO
- Ongoing support – Enjoy full Administration Support as well as support from our Allied Health Assistants and our small multidisciplinary team, regular team meetings and huddles.
Your role responsibilities include:
- Engage in Therapeutic work with Children, adolescents and adults.
- Information gathering and conduct initial consultations and assessments with new and continuing clients.
- Develop relevant programs for clients, addressing the skills to teach and strategies to reduce behaviours of concern and restrictive practices.
- Plan and create interim and comprehensive behaviour assessments and develop Behaviour Support Plans.
- Provide accurate, timely and high-quality reports that meet the needs of the target audience.
- Work as part of a Multi-Disciplinary team sharing knowledge and your professional skill set to work towards our clients’ goals.
- Work with the client’s team to develop and maintain positive relationships with the client, carers and educators. Providing them with the support and tools required to implement each individualised plan.
- Provide face-to-face and/or telehealth therapy services utilising evidence-based interventions and applied behavioural analysis. Whilst working in a clinical, home, educational and community environments.
- Conduct regular clinic meetings and update programs accordingly, work alongside the national operations team to provide high quality reports and services.
- Regularly work on your personalised professional development goals and attend professional development events/trainings.
- Fulfil administrative requirements, including record keeping, billing and invoicing and manage your working calender.
- Provide regular feedback to stakeholders regarding progress (participant, carer/ nominee, LACs, support coordinators, NDIA staff or others)
- Develop relationships with stakeholders to strengthen partnerships.
- Working with a high degree of autonomy, and collaboratively within our multidisciplinary team
You’ll thrive in this role if you’re naturally compassionate, flexible, and conscientious, with strong communication and exceptional time management. You work well autonomously and as part of a multi and transdisciplinary allied health team.
To thrive in this role, it’s essential that you have:
- Experience working as a Behaviour Support Practitioner in the disability sector and with Paediatric clients
- Be registered with APHRA (if relevant)
- Current registration as a Behaviour Support Practitioner with NDIS.
- Current drivers’ license
- National police check (within last 3 months), OCHRE card, and NDIS workers check (or willing to get one)
- Full Australian Working Rights
- Exceptional written and verbal communication