Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

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Attractive salary - $100k + Super
Regular Team Functions with incentives $$
Incredible support from the Management Team

Conditions

On request

Credentials

On request

We are currently looking for a Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner in Gold Coast, QLD.

Key Objective

To provide Positive Behaviour Support to a range of clients across the Disability (NDIS) sectors. This includes home-based community visits and may also include Telehealth appointments. You will report directly to Clinical Operations Manager and the Director.

The role:

  • Working with participants who have disabilities supporting them via functional behaviour assessments, individual planning to develop strategies and attainable goals for them and families
  • Caseload will be made up of adults and children, whom you will see in their own environment
  • Developing and implementing individualised, evidence-informed, person-centered positive behaviour support plans
  • Diagnosis and analysis of various mental and emotional disorders of patients with disabilities
  • Work closely with Families and carers to support plans
  • Provide supervision to other PBS practitioners

Whats on offer:

  • Attractive salary – $100k + Super 
  • Regular Team Functions with incentives $$
  • Work alongside a team of experience clinicians
  • Become a valued member of the AHP team
  • Incredible support from the Management Team

Qualifications and Experience

  • Registration with the NDIS Commission
  • Tertiary qualifications in Psychology
  • Experience in Positive Behaviour Support plans and Assessments highly advantageous
  • Police check completed within the last 3 years
  • Working with Children’s check (if applicable)
  • Driver’s licence and access to a car
  • Permanent citizen of Australia or Visa holder with satisfactory requirements


Key Criteria

  • Positive attitude
  • Commitment to providing holistic person centred care
  • Able to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team
  • Competent computer skills
  • Dedication to learning
  • Organised and efficient 


Specific Requirements

  • Contact to be made via phone with all new participants prior to an initial appointment
  • Reports to be completed in a timely manner, and if not, a suitable reason should be provided to the Director
  • Timely completion of progress notes after each appointment
  • Accurate timesheets to be maintained
  • Follow up appointments to be booked in a timely manner and entered into our online system

If you’re interested in hearing more about our opportunities, please contact Craig at craig.s@aushp.com.au to discuss further details

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