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Senior Behaviour Practitioner

Advertiser: ORS Group3.6 out of 53.6 overall rating (65 employee reviews) More jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
21 May 2020
Location
Perth, CBD, Inner & Western Suburbs
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Healthcare & Medical, Psychology, Counselling & Social Work

Senior Behaviour Practitioner

ORS’ purpose is to provide “services that work” because everything we do should be evidence based, focused on achieving customer goals, high quality, effective, and efficient. We live by strong company philosophies, objectives, values and behaviours to ensure that we continue to be the best at what we do! As a result of our continued growth, we need talented, competitive people who are driven to be the best at what they do and who are passionate about helping people with disabilities, injuries or health conditions to live their best lives. If this sounds like you, we would love you to join us!

Why work for ORS?

  • We are a growing organisation and prefer to promote talented people from within, providing plenty of opportunities for ongoing development and career progression.
  • We are passionate about ensuring our employees are the best at what they do and we provide an extensive induction program, ongoing internal and external training, and fund professional development opportunities where they are relevant to the role and what we do.
  • We fund Provisional Psychologist and Board Certified Behaviour Analyst supervision costs up to $6000 per year.
  • We have an exciting and developing health and wellness program.
  • Achieve generous quarterly bonuses for exceeding individual/team targets.
  • We encourage people to have fun at work and celebrate achievements through Friday nibbles, best practice days and end of year parties, to name a few!
  • We reward our highest performers each month and constantly share best practice examples and good news stories.
  • We provide flexible working conditions such as part time employment, work from home and flexible hours.
  • We have a strong and positive reputation within our industries, so you can work for a provider that you can be proud of.
  • We work across a range of different industries/services (e.g. NDIS, Aged Care, Workplace Rehabilitation and Health, EAP) that provides staff with opportunities for performing a variety of work tasks.
  • We believe in the need for evaluating our programs/services and engaging in research to benefit the sectors and client groups we work with.

The role:

We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated and experienced Behaviour Support Practitioner with degree in psychology, social work or teaching to join our team working within Perth and surrounding areas. Key areas will include:

  • Expert consultation and provision of positive behavioural support services to people with a disability and their service providers/families, in line with an individual’s NDIS plan and goals.
  • The development of positive behaviour support plans which can include at times the use of restrictive practices.
  • You will be responsible for the assessment, planning, monitoring and review of client outcomes including the training of the individual with disability, their support staff and family members.
  • Conducting psychological and related assessments and interventions under the NDIS and workers compensation schemes (if applicable)
  • Business development and liaising with other service providers to achieve positive client outcomes.

Requirements:

  • Car and licence (required)
  • A current National Police Clearance and Working With Children Check or willingness to obtain one prior to commencement (required)
  • Psychology, Social Work, Occupational Therapist with mental health experience or teaching (required)
  • Registration with relevant professional body (required)
  • NDIS Registered Behaviour Practitioner
  • Experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum disorder and Intellectual Disability and other complex diagnoses (desirable)
  • Experience using a wide variety of Psychological/Behaviour assessments 
  • Positive Behaviour Support experience 
  • Skilled and experienced in writing high quality reports (desirable)
  • Understanding of restrictive practices and writing interim and comprehensive reports under current NDIS guidelines (desirable)
  • Counselling experience using CBT, DBT, person-centred and trauma-informed approaches (desirable)
  • Experience working in an environment with KPIs/targets (desirable)

In return you:

  • Are motivated and inspired to make a difference
  • Are ambitious and keen to continue learning
  • Care about providing exceptional customer service
  • Are passionate about helping people to achieve their goals
  • Communicate effectively and appropriately
  • Are results orientated and able to meet and exceed targets
  • Are able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Take pride in your work and focus on excellent quality
  • Are flexible and able to work within an ever changing environment
  • Enjoy working in a fast paced environment

If this sounds like you we want to hear from you! Don’t miss this opportunity and apply now!

ORS is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities for positions within our company.

As a result of our continued growth, we need talented, outcome focused, driven and compassionate people who take pride in their job providing services that work.  We are also looking for allied health professionals - Occupational Therapist, Psychologist, Exercise Physiologist, Physiotherapist, Behaviour Support Practitioners and Speech Pathologists with their registration, or soon to obtain their registration for a number of roles across NSW, WA, ACT and VIC. If you or someone you know is interested in finding out more, please email careers@orsgroup.com.au

ORS’ purpose is to provide “services that work” because everything we do should be evidence based, focused on achieving customer goals, high quality, effective, and efficient. We live by strong company philosophies, objectives, values and behaviours to ensure that we continue to be the best at what we do! As a result of our continued growth, we need talented, competitive people who are driven to be the best at what they do and who are passionate about helping people with disabilities, injuries or health conditions to live their best lives. If this sounds like you, we would love you to join us!

Why work for ORS?

  • We are a growing organisation and prefer to promote talented people from within, providing plenty of opportunities for ongoing development and career progression.
  • We are passionate about ensuring our employees are the best at what they do and we provide an extensive induction program, ongoing internal and external training, and fund professional development opportunities where they are relevant to the role and what we do.
  • We fund Provisional Psychologist and Board Certified Behaviour Analyst supervision costs up to $6000 per year.
  • We have an exciting and developing health and wellness program.
  • Achieve generous quarterly bonuses for exceeding individual/team targets.
  • We encourage people to have fun at work and celebrate achievements through Friday nibbles, best practice days and end of year parties, to name a few!
  • We reward our highest performers each month and constantly share best practice examples and good news stories.
  • We provide flexible working conditions such as part time employment, work from home and flexible hours.
  • We have a strong and positive reputation within our industries, so you can work for a provider that you can be proud of.
  • We work across a range of different industries/services (e.g. NDIS, Aged Care, Workplace Rehabilitation and Health, EAP) that provides staff with opportunities for performing a variety of work tasks.
  • We believe in the need for evaluating our programs/services and engaging in research to benefit the sectors and client groups we work with.

The role:

We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated and experienced Behaviour Support Practitioner with degree in psychology, social work or teaching to join our team working within Perth and surrounding areas. Key areas will include:

  • Expert consultation and provision of positive behavioural support services to people with a disability and their service providers/families, in line with an individual’s NDIS plan and goals.
  • The development of positive behaviour support plans which can include at times the use of restrictive practices.
  • You will be responsible for the assessment, planning, monitoring and review of client outcomes including the training of the individual with disability, their support staff and family members.
  • Conducting psychological and related assessments and interventions under the NDIS and workers compensation schemes (if applicable)
  • Business development and liaising with other service providers to achieve positive client outcomes.

Requirements:

  • Car and licence (required)
  • A current National Police Clearance and Working With Children Check or willingness to obtain one prior to commencement (required)
  • Psychology, Social Work, Occupational Therapist with mental health experience or teaching (required)
  • Registration with relevant professional body (required)
  • NDIS Registered Behaviour Practitioner
  • Experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum disorder and Intellectual Disability and other complex diagnoses (desirable)
  • Experience using a wide variety of Psychological/Behaviour assessments 
  • Positive Behaviour Support experience 
  • Skilled and experienced in writing high quality reports (desirable)
  • Understanding of restrictive practices and writing interim and comprehensive reports under current NDIS guidelines (desirable)
  • Counselling experience using CBT, DBT, person-centred and trauma-informed approaches (desirable)
  • Experience working in an environment with KPIs/targets (desirable)

In return you:

  • Are motivated and inspired to make a difference
  • Are ambitious and keen to continue learning
  • Care about providing exceptional customer service
  • Are passionate about helping people to achieve their goals
  • Communicate effectively and appropriately
  • Are results orientated and able to meet and exceed targets
  • Are able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Take pride in your work and focus on excellent quality
  • Are flexible and able to work within an ever changing environment
  • Enjoy working in a fast paced environment

If this sounds like you we want to hear from you! Don’t miss this opportunity and apply now!

ORS is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities for positions within our company.

As a result of our continued growth, we need talented, outcome focused, driven and compassionate people who take pride in their job providing services that work.  We are also looking for allied health professionals - Occupational Therapist, Psychologist, Exercise Physiologist, Physiotherapist, Behaviour Support Practitioners and Speech Pathologists with their registration, or soon to obtain their registration for a number of roles across NSW, WA, ACT and VIC. If you or someone you know is interested in finding out more, please email careers@orsgroup.com.au

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