Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner Clarrow Pty Ltd


We represent a Practitioner owned and managed business that offers Allied Health and NDIS Support Services for all age groups (children 3+, adolescents, adults and the elderly). We pride ourselves in the work we do and the impact our people make on the community. We provide meaningful work that you can feel good about and our team is passionate about providing, care, support and understanding for our clients.  

Some of our benefits

  • Great team culture with opportunities for growth
  • Inclusive work environments where we value your opinions
  • Ongoing professional development 
  • Comprehensive onboarding program
  • A competitive salary based on your proficiency level in positive behaviour support
  • Competitive bonuses paid quarterly 
  • Work from home and work-life balance
  • This role is fulltime,part time or contract we are fully flexable.


  • Provide evidence-based approaches to reduce behaviours of concern for people with disabilities from early childhood to older adults
  • Develop a thorough understanding of client’s disabilities through medical reports, research and observations and review appropriate interventions
  • Provide coaching, support, modelling and training to key stakeholders and carers in the implementation of support strategies and interventions
  • Ensure that all relevant parties are competent in the implementation of support strategies and responsibilities for our clients.
  • Develop positive behaviour support plans that address behaviours by gathering relevant information through stakeholders assessments and interviews
  • Identification of restrictive practices and completion of relevant reporting requirements 
  • Develop and implement strategies and interventions for clients, as well as working alongside families, carers, support workers and other key stakeholders such as other allied health professionals and general practitioners
  • Evaluate and review effectiveness of the intervention, using data analysis and recommend changes if required
  • Meet key performance standards within identified timeframes to ensure requirements are met
  • Rapport building with key stakeholders

About You

You are solutions focused and you genuinely want to make a difference in the lives of people.  You are passionate, focused, warm, innovative, versatile, and resilient. 

  • The role will require you to be working mostly from home so you would generally need to be appreciative of working in your own space
  • Ability to work effectively and independently as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and time management skills (including report writing, client-centered planning)
  • You have a passion for collaboration with people from a variety of backgrounds.
  • Ability to plan and organise work and perform well with limited direction and supervision, but you will have access to support. 
  • Exceptional planning and organising skills.
  • Attention to detail and a high level of accuracy.
  • Desire to provide client-centered support to people (children, adults) with disabilities who have a range of goals, functional abilities and complex needs
  • Able to work to with guidelines and deadlines in a timely manner, and can prioritise accordingly. 
  • You understand trust and rapport are the cornerstone of building lasting relationships

Must have

  • A National Police Clearance, Working With Children/Working with Vulnerable People Check & NDIS Worker Screening Clearance 
  • Sound computer literacy (Microsoft Office) and reliable internet connection and home office.
  • Registration as a Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is a requirement of the role. Support can be provided to achieve registration however; this is a requirement to obtain before commencement within this role. 

Nice to have

  • Allied Health degree or similar is highly regarded in applicants including Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Pathology, Social Sciences, Education (with Behaviour Support component).
  • Advanced or Specialist Level Positive Behaviour Support
  • Experience in Child Safety, Trauma Informed Care or transferable skills
  • Experience in developing and delivering training to individuals and support teams
  • Understanding of the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission, and legislative requirements relating to restrictive interventions
  • Multi-lingual

There is flexibility in the role to work on the road and from home. We are big on supporting how you work best.  We look forward to hearing from you! 

If you have questions prior to applying, you can contact Andrew on 0414 446 222.