Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner
- Deliver high impact interventions within the community in the aged and disability sectors
- Be part of a progressive, creative and passionate team
- Specialise in your area of interest, and be supported by a senior clinical team
What sets KEO apart?
At KEO, we know the best outcomes occur when we work together. That’s why we blend diverse expertise in allied health – with a deep passion for the people we work with. We provide unrivalled clinical support and have a connected team and culture where everyone feels valued and motivated to come to work each day to make a real difference in the lives of the people we support.
Be surrounded by a senior clinical team and like minded individuals.
This role provides community-based services to NDIS participants of all ages and abilities helping people in their daily lives, achieve their goals and strengthen their links within the community.
In working with a team of highly skilled therapists within a multidisciplinary environment, you will be supported to work either as a specialist or generalist or to grow and develop into a leadership role.
With Hubs all over Melbourne, you will have the flexibility to work from your choice of place, home, office and in the community with the chance to visit one of our vibrant hubs which are always full of clinicians collaborating, learning, and connecting while working towards common goals.
Your role as an Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner at KEO will include:
- Work with a participants care team, to gather information from multiple sources including workplaces, schools, support workers, therapists, and medical professionals.
- Conduct a holistic assessment of a person and their environments
- Staying curious while developing a hypothesis about what might be going on for the participant.
- Collaborate with the support network to ensure the plan is in line with the participant’s support needs and is understood by everyone.
- Report the use of restrictive practices and behaviours of concern directly to the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Commission when required
- Ongoing input and training for the person and their supports to ensure they are confident to carry out the behaviour support plan.
- Attend team huddles, discipline specific and multidisciplinary case conferences, and a “KEO coffee club” each week
- Collaborate with the multi-disciplinary team to share knowledge and ideas
- Celebrate wins with your participants, families, your colleagues, and leadership team
- Attend opportunities for networking, learning and development
The Perks of Practicing at KEO:
- An industry-leading induction and professional development program
- Personalised career pathways and leadership programs
- Weekly multidisciplinary and discipline-specific case conferences
- Monthly KEO Care Days – Connect and collaborate whilst enjoying breakfast on us
- Social events such as Movie Nights, Golf Days or join the Cycling team
- KEO Team building days a year
- 12 additional days off a year to focus on your health and wellbeing on top of 4 weeks annual leave
- Flexibility to work from your home/office
- Paid parental leave for both primary and secondary carers
- Access to our Employee Assistance Program
- Refer a friend bonus of $1000, per person!
- Receive an iPhone, Surface Pro, car allowance or car leasing options provided
- Enjoy a competitive salary + yearly reviews
Carrum Downs Office (South-East)
Skills and Experience required:
- Qualifications in either Social Sciences/Occupational Therapy/Speech Pathology/Mental Health, or Social work
- Approved Self-Assessment Capability Framework as ‘Core’, ‘Proficient’, ‘Advanced’ or ‘Specialist’
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience working within an allied health field with a keen interest of working with people who use behaviours of concern.
What sets KEO apart ?
We put our people first, which drives every decision throughout the organisation. We have a fun and supportive culture, where people feel connected, empowered and love coming to work! We prioritise job satisfaction, flexibility, learning and career pathways, and are always striving to achieve excellence.
Fill out the form below with your relevant details and we will reach out to you OR For further information or a confidential discussion about this role please contact Stella on 0412 82 5555 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
At KEO, we welcome all people to join our team, including people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, living with disability, all gender identities, LGBTQIA+, people of any socioeconomic status, of any age, race, national origin or ethnicity. We believe each person’s uniqueness makes us even better at the work we do.