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Behaviour Support Practitioner

  • Location: Victoria, Australia
  • Employment Type: Contract
  • Reports to: Clinical Manager
  • Salary: Negotiable

Job Summary:

The NDIS Behaviour Support Practitioner plays a vital role in delivering high-quality and person-centered behaviour support services to individuals with disabilities, in line with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The primary responsibility is to assess, develop, implement, and monitor behaviour support plans tailored to the specific needs and goals of the individuals receiving support.


  1. Conduct comprehensive assessments: Perform thorough assessments of individuals’ challenging behaviours, including functional behaviour assessments, to identify contributing factors and develop effective behaviour support strategies
  2. Develop behaviour support plans: Collaborate with clients, their families, and other relevant stakeholders to develop behaviour support plans that are evidence-based, promoting positive behaviour change and improving quality of life
  3. Implement interventions: Support the implementation of behaviour support plans by providing direct training and guidance to support workers, families, and other caregivers on the implementation of behaviour support strategies
  4. Monitor progress: Regularly monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of behaviour support plans, making adjustments as necessary to ensure positive outcomes are achieved
  5. Provide training and support: Conduct training sessions for support workers, families, and caregivers on behaviour support techniques, promoting a consistent and supportive environment for the individual
  6. Maintain documentation: Ensure accurate and up-to-date documentation of assessments, behaviour support plans, progress reports, and other relevant records in compliance with NDIS and organisational guidelines
  7. Collaborate with interdisciplinary teams: Work closely with other professionals, such as psychologists, therapists, and educators, to ensure a collaborative and coordinated approach to behaviour support
  8. Stay updated: Stay informed of current research, best practices, and legislative requirements related to behaviour support in the disability sector


  1. Board Certified Behaviour Analyst or Certified Behaviour Analyst (desirable)
  2. Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a relevant field such as Applied Behaviour Analysis, Psychology, Social Work, Special Education, or a related discipline
  3. Current registration as a Positive Behaviour Support with NDIS (desirable)
  4. Experience working with individuals with disabilities, preferably in a behaviour support capacity
  5. Knowledge of the NDIS and its principles, along with understanding of relevant legislation, policies, and procedures
  6. Strong assessment and analytical skills, with the ability to develop evidence-based behaviour support plans
  7. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with clients, families, and multi-disciplinary teams
  8. Demonstrated ability to provide training and support to others, fostering a positive and empowering environment

If you possess the necessary qualifications, skills, and experience mentioned above, please submit your resume and a cover letter detailing your suitability for the position. We look forward to reviewing your application. Feel free to submit your expression of interest.