Provisional Psychologist / Behaviour Support Practitioner Position National Positive Behaviour Support



  • Launch your career with NPBS, a trusted and referred organization.
  • Join a supportive and collaborative team.
  • Enjoy a largely autonomous and flexible role.
  • Benefit from company-provided fleet vehicle, laptop, and phone.
  • Unlock attractive incentives through our Incentive Program.


Welcome to the pinnacle of excellence in Positive Behaviour Support (PBS). Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is a growing evidence-based theory of practice that aims to improve the quality of life of people with a disability and those around them. PBS also reduces behaviours of concern and restrictive practices. Discover the limitless potential of PBS – where greatness becomes reality.

About Us:

Introducing National PBS, where purpose and empowerment merge to create a remarkable community experience. As the leaders in our field, we strive to inspire individuals to reach their full potential.

At the core of our excellence lies a team of exceptionally dedicated professionals. Our Occupational Therapists, Behaviour Support Practitioners, and AHPRA-registered Psychologists form an unparalleled force, collaborating seamlessly with clients, their families, and their support network.

Together, we embark on a transformative journey, meticulously assessing, developing interventions, and delivering expert clinical recommendations and reports. Our unwavering commitment is to enhance independence, foster safety, and elevate the overall quality of life for those we serve.

Choose National PBS, where the pursuit of greatness is not just a goal but a way of life. Trust us to surpass your expectations and unlock the true potential that resides within you.


Duties/tasks and responsibilities:

As a Provisional Psychologist / Behaviour Support Practitioner at National Positive Behaviour Support, you will:

Provide mobile and office-based Behaviour Support services, Cognitive Assessments and Psychology to children and adult individuals with a range of diagnoses across various locations within Victoria.

Communicate with key stakeholders and support your clients in this autonomous and rewarding role.

Be supported in a compassionate and multidisciplinary team environment that provides regular clinical supervision and professional development opportunities.

This is a great opportunity to work across a wide range of client cases- We work closely with clients, their families and support network, to develop functional behaviour assessments, and behaviour support plans that can be followed to ensure a reduction of behaviours of concern, a reduction of restrictive practices, and improvement of quality of life



  • Job security with various full-time and part-time positions available 
  • Opportunity to work from our Moonee Ponds, Geelong and shortly our Brisbane office! 
  • Largely autonomous and flexible role, at the same time working as part of a dedicated and supportive team of health professionals and support staff 
  • Attractive salary based on experience with scope to increase based on performance
  • Company fleet vehicle, laptop and phone provided 
  • Culture of continuous improvement
  • Professional indemnity insurance covered 
  • Attractive personal development training allowance 
  • Generous incentive reward program 
  • Weekly clinical supervision 
  • Gifted birthday day off 
  • Supportive working culture with regular social events! 

Key Requirements / Selection Criteria: 

  • Relevant qualification in Psychology (for Provisional Psychologists)
  • Current AHPRA Registration (for Provisional Psychologists)
  • Covid 19 Certification  
  • A Valid Driver’s License 
  • Suitability to obtain a NDIS S29
  • Working with Children’s Check
  • NDIS Worker Screen Check

The successful Applicant Will / Key Duties / To succeed in this role: 

  • Use evidence-based treatments with a client-centered focus for rewarding outcomes.
  • Excel in communication and foster strong relationships with external stakeholders, including funding bodies, organisations, tradespeople, equipment suppliers and carers/family members.
  • Deliver mobile services to NDIS, HCP and Private Caseloads
  • Conduct assessments and provide strategies for various behaviour’s of concern
  • Exhibit excellent verbal, written, and documentation skills.
  • Demonstrate exceptional report writing abilities to support participant goals and funding, including quality assurance processes for senior therapists.
  • Display effective time management skills.
  • Possess outstanding interpersonal skills and thrive in a multi-disciplinary team setting.
  • Collaborate with your Allied Health Team in case conferences and reflective practice
  • Engage in regular professional development, clinical supervision, and team catch-ups.

We value Empowerment, Integrity and Respect.




National Positive Behaviour Support

Job Salary

Full time