Proficient Behaviour Support Practitioner

Location: Nightcliff
Discipline: Allied Health
Salary: $95000 to $110000
Contact name: Aaron Winders

Contact email:
Job ref: 33917
Published: 7 days ago
On Offer
  • $90k - $110k + super
  • Full funded internal and external professional development
  • Internal and external supervision provided
  • Supportive and inclusive work environment
Our Client
We are partnering with a leading provider of support services for individuals with disabilities across the Northern Territory. Our client is committed to empowering individuals to achieve their goals and enhance their quality of life through person-centered support and innovative approaches to Behaviour Support. With a dedicated team, they provide tailored solutions that meet the unique needs of each individual they support. As a Proficient Behaviour Support Practitioner, you will play a vital role in delivering high-quality behaviour support services to individuals with disabilities, ensuring their safety, well-being, and independence.

The Role
  • Conduct comprehensive functional behaviour assessments
  • Prepare behaviour assessment reports and risk assessment documents
  • Implement evidence-based behaviour support strategies and interventions
  • Collaborate with clients, families, support workers, and multidisciplinary teams
  • Provide training, coaching, and support on behaviour support techniques
  • Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of behaviour support interventions
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date documentation and records
  • Participate in team meetings, case conferences, and professional development activities
  • Adapt communication and intervention strategies for diverse communities
  • Incorporate Evidence-Based Practices into service delivery
  • Stay informed about current research, best practices, and legislative changes
Essential Criteria
  • Proficient Level is essential – needs to be endorsed by NDIS
  • Qualifications: Tertiary degree in psychology, social work, special education, or related field
  • Experience: Minimum 4 years in behaviour support or disability services, ideally with NDIS focus
  • Certification: Current Proficient Status as a Behaviour Support Practitioner (BSP) preferred
  • Knowledge: Understanding of NDIS principles, Australian Behaviour Support Framework, and relevant legislation
  • Skills: Able to conduct assessments, develop support plans, and implement evidence-based interventions
  • Communication: Excellent interpersonal and problem-solving skills
  • Collaboration: Ability to work well in teams and build positive relationships with clients and support networks

For a confidential discussion about this role, please contact Aaron on 0414 318 360 or send a copy of your resume to :