National Clinical Lead for Positive Behaviour Support

Salary: $120,000-$140,000 per annum + Super + Allowances + Performance Bonuses 

Begin an extraordinary adventure with our exceptional team at Break Free Health!
Are you a seasoned and dynamic Clinical Lead in Behaviour Support, poised to advance your professional journey in the NDIS space? Do you possess a passion for effecting genuine change in the lives of individuals with disabilities? If your answer is a resounding “YES,” and you thrive in a dynamic setting where your insights are valued, then you’re precisely the candidate we seek to join our exceptional multi-disciplinary allied health team! 

Location:
Our head office is based in Sydney, and we have branches in Melbourne and Adelaide. We offer an in-home mobile service to our clients, so this role is hybrid: predominantly work from home and in the community with regular trips to interstate offices as required. Preferably the applicant will be based in Sydney/Adelaide/Melbourne but will consider applicants outside these areas. 

Essential:  

  • To be endorsed by the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission at Specialist or Advanced level. 
  • Have a high level of experience in conducting Functional Behaviour Assessments, developing interim and comprehensive Behaviour Support Plans. Experience in implementing these plans across a diverse range of disabilities, cultural backgrounds, and age groups. 
  • You must have excellent report writing skills. 
  • You must have excellent time management skills. 
  • You must have a strong knowledge of clinical compliance across all states and territories. 
  • Have excellent attention to detail, be able to prioritise tasks and complete them efficiently. 
  • Unrestricted Driver’s License & access to a fully registered car with comprehensive insurance for work. 
  • Already possess/willing to obtain the following prior to commencement: WWCC, NDIS Worker Check, First Aid & CPR, NDIS E-modules, PRAHN Certificate or state equivalent, and provide a copy of your suitability outcome letter. 

Why Us?
Working for Break Free Health offers an unparalleled opportunity to contribute to transforming lives through innovative healthcare solutions. With a commitment to holistic wellness, Break Free Health fosters a dynamic environment for personal growth and professional development. 

Key Responsibilities? 

  • A passion for building a team of Behaviour Support Practitioners that align with our vision.  
  • Deliver specialised behaviour support services to individuals and families, facilitating growth amidst challenges.  
  • Contribute significantly to our team’s training and development efforts, fostering collaboration and enthusiasm. 
  • Provide comprehensive clinical supervision to a team of clinicians, including graduates, core and proficient. 
  • Maintain a minimal client load. 
  • Lead the development and evaluation of quality improvement initiative. 
  • Ability to mentor and coach others and facilitate workshops and write training for the company training hub. 
  • Support the team to reach their KPI’s, goals and professional standards. 
  • Collaborate closely with the Director, Operations Team and Team Leaders. 
  • Provide input and guidance on leadership practices, HR, workplace culture and business development. 
  • Stay informed with compliance, professional practice standards and all relevant legislation and policies are adhered to. 
  • Work with our multi-disciplinary team to get the best outcomes for our clients. 
  • Engage in strategic leadership in collaboration with the Executive team. 

What Sets Us Apart? 

  • Enjoy a competitive salary commensurate with your experience and expertise plus performance-based bonuses. 
  • Engage in team events designed to create lasting memories and foster a strong sense of community connection. 
  • Participate in weekly peer consultations, promoting a culture of support and shared learning, alongside in-house training participation and development. 
  • Benefit from CPD and travel budgets and ongoing professional development opportunities to enhance your passion and expertise. 

Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner
(Core or above)

Salary: $85,000-$110,000 per annum + Super + Travel Allowance + Phone + Laptop + KPI Bonuses + PD Budget 

Embark on an incredible journey with our outstanding team at Break Free Health!
Are you an keen and dynamic Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner (Core or above), ready to elevate your career within the NDIS sector? Are you deeply committed to making meaningful differences in the lives of people with disabilities? If your response is a enthusiastic “YES,” and you excel in an environment that values your expertise, then you’re the ideal candidate we’re looking for to join our outstanding multi-disciplinary allied health team! 

Location: 
This position open to practitioners located in the following areas: Inner West, Canterbury/Bankstown, Inner South, MacArthur/Campbelltown, Lower Northshore, Penrith/Blacktown, Northwest Sydney, Eastern Suburbs, Sutherland Shire,  and South West Sydney. 

We offer an in-home mobile service to our clients, so this role is hybrid: predominantly work from home and in the community with regular trips to our office in North Strathfield as required.  

Essential:

  • To be endorsed by the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission at Core level or above. 
  • Have a minimum of three months experience in conducting Functional Behaviour Assessments, developing interim and comprehensive Behaviour Support Plans. Experience in implementing these plans across a diverse range of disabilities, cultural backgrounds, and age groups. 
  • Have strong attention to detail, be able to prioritise tasks and complete them efficiently. 
  • Unrestricted Driver’s License & access to a fully registered car with comprehensive insurance for work. 
  • Already possess/willing to obtain the following prior to commencement: WWCC, NDIS Worker Check, First Aid & CPR, NDIS E-modules, PRAHN Certificate or state equivalent, and provide a copy of your suitability outcome letter. 

Desirable Skills:

  • Excellent report writing skills. 
  • Excellent time management skills. 
  • Strong computer skills. 

Why Us?
Joining Break Free Health provides an unmatched chance to contribute to changing lives through innovative healthcare solutions. Committed to holistic well-being, Break Free Health cultivates a vibrant atmosphere for personal and professional advancement. 

Key Responsibilities? 

  • Collaborating with NDIS participants, their families, and support network to assess needs and create person-cantered plans. 
  • Crafting, evaluating, and implementing evidence-based support plans in complex support environments. 
  • Formulating meaningful objectives and practical strategies using a positive behaviour support framework, with a dedication to reducing restrictive practices in both home and community settings. 
  • Customising individual plans to align with NDIS participants’ aspirations, interests, and strengths, while enhancing their quality of life. 
  • Empowering and educating support networks including family, carers, and friends to enhance their knowledge and capabilities in assisting participants. 
  • Serving as an advocate and exemplar of best practices. 
  • Collaborating effectively within a multidisciplinary team environment. 

What Sets Us Apart

  • Enjoy a competitive salary commensurate with your experience and expertise plus KPI bonus scheme. 
  • Engage in team events designed to create lasting memories and foster a strong sense of community connection. 
  • Participate in weekly group supervision, promoting a culture of support and shared learning, alongside in-house training programs. 
  • Benefit from CPD and travel budgets and ongoing professional development opportunities and 1-on-1 weekly supervision to enhance your passion and expertise. 

Occupational Therapist

  • Location: Sydney, Australia

Occupational Therapists are professionals who assist injured and disabled patients through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. These include helping these individuals develop skills needed for daily life. They work toward improving their recovery to resume, as closely as possible, an everyday life without much difficulty. 

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties of this role may include but are not limited to the following:

  • Addressing client’s aspects of performance to support engagement in occupations that affect health, well-being, and life quality
  • Selecting and adapting the appropriate per case occupational therapy treatment model, method, and approach to direct the process of interventions
  • Applying interventions to maximize safety and performance in activities of daily living (ADL) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADL)
  • Address client’s aspects of performance to support engagement in occupations that affect health, well-being, and life quality
  • Select and adapt the appropriate per case occupational therapy treatment model, method, and approach to direct the process of interventions
  • Apply interventions to maximise safety and performance in activities of daily living (ADL) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADL)
  • Teach clients new ways of approaching tasks and educate them on how to break down activities into achievable components
  • Assess client’s home and other environments and advice on alterations consistent with their needs and capabilities
  • Recommend adaptive equipment and train in its use
  • Guide and educate family members and caregivers
  • Observe, note, and report on progress of long and short-term treatment goals
  • Collect data and document processes followed
  • Regularly follow-up clients and maintain minimum standards of duty of care

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) or Bachelor/Master of Occupational Therapy
  • Current AHPRA Registration
  • Working with Children Check
  • Criminal History Check

Experience

Current AHPRA Registration and experience appropriate to each registration group:

Home Modifications
Experience & understanding of concepts & limitations of AS 1428 & other disability access standards & their application in accordance with a person’s needs & specifications of plans

Customised Prosthetics
Experience relevant to the specific customised technology

Therapeutic Supports
Experience in the profession and evidence of involvement in clinical supervision and professional development

  • Experience of working with people living with disability.
  • 2+ years’ experience in a similar role (Preferably with NDIS participants)
  • Continuing Professional Development.

Expectation

  • Creating a safe, effective environment
  • Motivating others
  • Legal compliance
  • Bedside manners
  • Medical teamwork
  • Promoting health (mental health) and maintenance
  • Pain management
  • Listening, analysing information, collaboration and focusing on quality
  • Effective verbal and written communication
  • Patient-centered
  • Dedication to compliance & best practice
  • Select and oversee evidence-based interventions
  • Effectively document the occupational therapy process in compliance with regulations

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