Behaviour Support Practitioner

  • Company:
    The Benevolent Society
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
  • Posted:
    14 hours ago
  • Category:

We’re keen to hear from people who see the ability not the disability. People with resilience who can flex their approach as they respond to the needs of their clients.

To meet client demand we have opportunities for 

  • Experienced Behaviour Support Practitioners who want to elevate their practice and shape our Communities of Practice or
  • Clinicians who have experience as a Behaviour Support Practitioner 
  • About your new role

    You will conduct functional assessments to create behaviour plans, including development of interim and comprehensive behaviour support plans. Of critical importance is your ability to connect to people, to listen with non-judgment and reflect critically. Your aim is to support children and adults that may exhibit behaviours of concern to participate fully in life and achieve their clearly defined goals.

    We have a  full time  position based in Dubbo, NSW .

    Why work with The Benevolent Society?

    We support people to live their best life. That includes you, our employee. Living your best life varies person to person and can change as life progresses. You might be interested in what TBS has to support you through your journey:

  • A tailored onboarding plan to ensure you have a seamless transition to The Benevolent Society
  • Access to our robust clinical practice model which includes individual/group clinical and practice supervision
  • Purchased leave and access to long service leave after 5 years
  • Salary packaging, novated lease & employee discount program
  • Who are we looking for?

    You could be an experienced Therapist (Development Educators or Behaviour) or a Social Worker, Psychologist, Special Needs Teacher or even highly experienced Support Worker wanting to develop a career in Behaviour Support. What’s most important is your:

  • Capacity to engage with people in a respectful way
  • Adaptable, can do attitude to effortless adjust to clients’ needs and their NDIS plans
  • Ability to use reflective practice to strengthen your clinical approach
  • Current drivers licence, willingness/ability to travel to clients (cars provided)