Clinical Manager - Behaviour Support Services, Darwin

Location: Darwin
Discipline: Social and Community Care
Salary: $100000 to $999999
Contact name: Shannon Butler

Contact email:
Job ref: 731
Published: 5 months ago
Startdate: 18 October 2023 - 18 October 2023
On Offer:
  • Excellent Salary: $100,000 - $120,000 + Super
  • Relocation assistance up to $7,000!!
  • Flexible hours and WFH options
  • Incentives/perks and bonuses!
  • Further training and development
  • Leadership opportunity with a team focus 
  • Join a high energy and quirky team that operates in a values-based environment! 

Our client is a growing business with headquarters in Darwin. They are an NDIS registered provider of Behaviour Support and provide services in Darwin, Palmerston, Katherine, Ngukurr, and Alice Springs regions of Northern Territory. 

This is a very exciting for an experienced Behaviour Support Practitioner to step up to a leadership role and oversee a team of work alongside other Senior members to oversee and guide the team the Behaviour Support Team.

The Role

The Clinical Manager of Behaviour Support Services is a cornerstone in ensuring high-quality, participant-centered service delivery. Entrusted with the cultivation, guidance, and development of the Behaviour Support team, the Clinical Manager aligns the services seamlessly with their strategic vision, responding dynamically to the evolving service needs within the Northern Territory.

Essential Criteria:
  • Appropriate tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Disability, or Social Sciences.
  • Accredited as a proficient practitioner or higher within the Positive Behaviour Support Capability Framework.
  • Proven experience in leading, supervising, and evaluating team performance.
  • Background in serving individuals with complex behavioural needs and disabilities, including conducting behavioural assessments and crafting comprehensive behaviour support plans.
  • In-depth understanding of the specific legislation and guidelines governing disability service provision, including specified NDIS rules and the NDIS (Authorizations) Act 2019 (NT).
  • Unwavering commitment to enhancing the quality of life for individuals with disabilities, coupled with a passionate dedication to reducing restrictive interventions.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, adept at managing multiple priorities and building relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders, complemented by proficient negotiation, conflict management, and resolution abilities.
  • Superior skills in written communication and report generation.
  • Current certifications including Ochre Card, Criminal History Check, NDIS Worker Screening Clearance, First Aid & CPR Certificate, Covid-19 Vaccinations, and NT Driver License.
If you would like a confidential discussion about this role, please contact Shannon on 0451 832 900 or email an up to date resume to