Who are out clients
We have been engaged by a NDIS Service Provider who are currently going through Mass Growth with the exciting news of expansion into the Hills District. They pride themselves on delivering services that are at the highest standards and are committed to achieving positive outcomes. Their underpinning philosophy is that working together as a team, sharing in each others expertise, supporting each other, assisting in each others development helps everyone to meet outcomes.
What’s On Offer
- Full time and part-time positions.
- Board Approved Supervisor on site.
- An attractive salary commensurate with experience.
- On the job training as well as appropriate external training.
- A strong social and supportive culture.
- work flexibility when required/ Demonstrated competency
- A supportive, fun, happy team working environment.
- A family-friendly work-life balance.
- Fortnightly bonuses.
- Realistic KPIs with lucrative bonus structure and remuneration package
Requirements of the role
- Minimum 1 year experience.
- As a Behaviour Support Practitioner, qualifications may be in Mental Health, Community Work, Social Work, Social Science, or Psychology. A Social Work degree which provides eligibility for membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).
- Current driver’s licence with the ability and willingness to travel to clients.
- Knowledge and understanding of the psychologist’s ethical and legal obligations and professional accountability.
- Well-developed communication, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills and the ability to work collaboratively with the team.
- NDIS Worker Screening Check, National Federal Police Check and Working with Children Check.
you will play an integral part in achieving positive outcomes for adults and children their families and carers. You will do this by:
- Providing assessments through utilising clinical observations and clinical interviewing techniques, screening tools, standardised assessments, psycho-metrics, and subsequent reports.
- Planning treatment and interventions, in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team where appropriate, (i.e. paediatricians, general practitioners, speech pathologist, occupational therapist).
- Delivering appropriate evidence-based intervention and assessment across a broad range of mental health presentations.
- Improving accessibility by providing community visits including at home, school, day program and/or group home where necessary.
- Plan and participate in team-based interventions with other team members, e.g. case conferences.
- Collaborate with other clinicians and team members to develop new programs as identified to meet client and community needs (e.g. school-readiness program, behaviour support etc)