• Full Time Relief Opportunity
  • South West Sydney
  • Growing Team

An exciting and challenging role exists for a Behaviour Support Practitioner (BSP) to join our Clinical Services team in our Bankstown Office.

We're looking for a Behaviour Support Practitioner to provide clinical support– ensuring that the people we support receive quality behaviour support (improved relationships) services.

As a BSP your responsibilities will include:

  • Designing, delivering and evaluating the implementation of multi-element support plans in accordance with current best practice, in line with each individual’s personal goals and within their allocated NDIS Plan budget.
  • Developing, implementing, and interpreting clinical observations, reports and data
  • Developing, teaching, monitoring and reviewing behaviour support strategies which guide everyone in an individual’s circle of support to promote positive behaviours.
  • Co-ordinating and maintaining an active clinical case load.
  • Participating in support planning and review activities with clients.
  • Maintaining records of support as required.
  • Liaising and consulting with clients, support workers, families, and other agencies.
  • Assisting with the management of compliance activities such as managing restricted practices, significant incident management, and reportable incidents.
  • Contributing to the professional development of support staff.
  • Design, implement, and participate in research or other projects as required.

What we expect you to bring to the role:

  • Registration with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission as a Behaviour Support Practitioner.
  • Sound knowledge of behaviour support practice standards, including the management of restricted practices.
  • Experience working with young people and adults who have an intellectual disability and complex challenging behaviours.
  • Skills and experience in the development and implementation of:
    • functional, accessible behavioural intervention plans,
    • risk management assessments and management plans, and
    • skills development programmes.
  • The ability to work as part of a team, maintaining a team identity and building relationships with colleagues who may be working across various locations.
  • Excellent communication and active listening skills which quickly build rapport with clients and the people in their circles of support.
  • Experience in data collection and analysis.
  • Ability to operate in high pressure environments and meet the requirements of a ‘billable’ work model.

At Allevia you will make a measurable, long lasting difference in people's lives. You will be a part of an organisation which has strong values of integrity, respect and empathy. Personally you will be part of a team and enjoy the additional benefits of:

  • A car allowance
  • A professional development program
  • Salary packaging options
  • Flexible working arrangements

Salary: SCHADS Award (Level 5)

Enquiries: Sandra Hilton (Employee Support Manager) – [email protected] or (02) 9773 8894.