Behaviour Support Practitioner

Location: Casula
Discipline: Social and Community Care
Salary: $85000 to $95000
Contact name: Donnchadh Lawlor

Contact email:
Job ref: 803
Published: 8 months ago
On Offer:
  • $85,000 - $95,000 + Super
  • Support to grow. They offer a generous personal development allowance and access to mentoring
  • Full administrative support. Your calendar, billing, and all administrative paperwork are taken care of. You only need to focus on therapy and therapy reports/notes
  • A whole work from home day for therapy-related admin every fortnight
  • Above award salary and paid maternity leave 
  • Your own office to decorate any way you like 
  • A friendly and laidback ever-growing team of therapists, admin, and management to support your career
  • Flexible working arrangements for the right candidate.

The Role:
To assist individuals and their families to identify their needs through assessment and individual planning, to develop meaningful goals and practical strategies to meet their goals in their home and community.
Create and carry out customised client-related support plan within predetermined periods. Work with complex participants with all age groups but mostly peads. Plan, deliver and assess behaviour supports according to the needs of the individual in accordance with applicable legal and moral criteria. Plan, implement and review training and Behaviour support plans for participants, support staff, families and carers in positive behaviour support and specialist topics as required. Provide coaching, modelling, and support to families, support staff and managers to ensure the effective implementation of support strategies. Undertake comprehensive assessment and analysis of behaviour to inform development of behaviour support plans and strategies in accordance with assessment findings and the needs of the person with disability. Share knowledge and experience through collaboration and training to help staff use positive behaviour support strategies and minimise the use of Restricted Practices to ensure good work practice.

Essential Criteria: 
  • A passion for supporting people with a disability and their families
  • Current Working with Children Check, Police check and Current CPR training
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a larger multidisciplinary team
  • Exceptional time management skills
  • Knowledge of the NDIS system and process (preferred but not essential)

For a confidential discussion about this role, please call Aine Leonard on  0415784900 or send your resume to: