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Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

Locations: Mildura
Tenure: Full Time
Salary: $75,559 - $89,811
Applications Close: This position will remain open until filled
Position Description: Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

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Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner role exists to provide NDIS funded specialist behavioural interventions, to individuals who need support to gain positive behavioural changes to enhance their quality of life.  It will deliver individualised strategies for people with disability that are responsive to the person’s needs, in a way that reduces the occurrence and impact of behaviours of concern and minimises the use of restrictive practices. 
 
The role will play a critical part in developing the behavioural service side of the business, through working closely with NDIS participants and other government departments to maximise opportunities for clients and the organisation.
 
Qualifications and Experience:
  • Tertiary Qualifications in Allied Health, Mental Health, Social Work or Psychology
  • Current registration with appropriate professional body eg APS.
  • Approved NDIS Behaviour Support Practitioner as per the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Capability Framework, having met all requirements of the practitioner suitability and assessment application process.
  • Meets all capability requirements as per the PBS Capability Framework at a minimum of that required for a core Practitioner level
  • Experience in the delivery of NDIS funded behaviour support at a minimum core level
  • A current drivers licence and a willingness to travel and preparedness to be accommodated overnight when required.
For more information regarding the position description please contact Maree Fullgrabe on 5023 5966 


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