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Behaviour Support Specalist

Job description

The Role

  • As a Behaviour Support Specialist, you will form part of the Clinic Team and will provide therapeutic clinical expertise and support in developing and implementing professional, evidence-base and informationative Behaviour Support Plans for children and young people in an OOHC program.
  • Working with a leader in Aboriginal Child Protection.

Duties and Key Responsibilities

  • Developing comprehensive Behaviour Support Plans that are therapeutic, incorporate positive behaviour strategies and are compliant with the legislative requirements of the PSP program.
  • Train carers and key support people in the implementation of strategies to support child or young people in their natural environment.

Skills and Experience

  • Bachelor qualification in Social Work, Psychology, Counselling or Allied Health field.
  • Understanding of trauma informed principles in behaviour support
  • NSW Drivers License
  • Working with Children Check and National Police Check clearance
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the issues affecting Aboriginal communities, families and children
  • Solid experience as a Behaviour Support Practitioner, including assessing, developing, and implementing Positive Behaviour Support Plans.

If you are interested in this role and you meet the above requirements, please email a copy of your resume to [email protected] or alternatively, for a confidential discussion about the role, call 02 9549 5753.

Liverpool, New South Wales
Community Services

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