Behaviour Support Practitioner - Work From Home

Location: Melbourne
Discipline: Allied Health
Salary: $80000 to $999999
Contact name: Aaron Byrne

Contact email:
Job ref: 753
Published: 8 months ago
On Offer:
  • Excellent Salary: $80,000 - $120,000 + Super
  • Manage your own schedule
  • Be apart of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Laptop & phone provided
  • Work vehicle available or above ATO rates
  • Opportunity to earn quarterly bonuses
  • Training and professional budget
  • Ongoing clinical supervision

The role:

As a Behaviour Support Practitioner your role will be instrumental in providing essential NDIS therapeutic supports to individuals with complex support needs. Your primary responsibility is to develop Comprehensive and Interim Behaviour Support plans, ensuring compliance with NDIS commission requirements. Using evidence-based interventions and assessments, you will offer behavioural counselling and support to a diverse range of clients, striving to achieve clinical outcomes that enhance their quality of life.

Your role extends to conducting functional, behavioral, psychometric, and vocational assessments for clients with conditions such as intellectual disability, depression, anxiety, and autism spectrum disorder. This role necessitates a keen understanding of person-centered practice, collaboration with fellow professionals, and an ability to work effectively in community-based and natural settings. Building strong relationships with staff, clients, and external stakeholders is crucial to the success of your role.

In collaboration with consumers, their families, and carers, you will work toward aligning services with NDIS plans and promoting a supportive team environment. Your accountability lies with the Manager of Clinical Services, and your responsibilities extend to maintaining accurate records, meeting Key Performance Indicators, and adhering to relevant policies and ethical codes. To excel in this role, you must maintain an up-to-date knowledge of Behavior Support practice and theory, participate in staff development and training, and ensure the safety of services at all times.

Essential Criteria:

  • Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Social Work or relevant discipline
  • AHPRA/AASW registration or eligibility
  • Drivers' license
  • Police Check
  • Working with Children Check
  • NDIS Workers Check
For a confidential discussion about this role, please call Aaron on 0414374383 or send your resume to: