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Behaviour Support Practitioner

We are seeking a suitable candidate to join the Behaviour Support SA team to deliver Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) services. We provide flexible working arrangements, opportunities to learn from other talented therapists and a team who value kindness, creativity and friendship among its members.

  • Work in a strong and collaborative team.
  • Supervision from a clinical leader regarded as one of SA’s top professionals in her field.
  • Salary packaging options – up to $15 000 tax free income.

In this role, you will:

  • Develop Positive Behaviour Support Plans and Strategies in line with the NDIS PBS Capability Framework.
  • Conduct individual functional assessments and use best practice principles to develop behaviour support plans.
  • Work in collaboration with family members, support staff and other key stakeholders to provide individual therapeutic interventions that address and meet participant goals.
  • Manage your own diary and travel throughout metropolitan Adelaide (and possibly intrastate) to provide behaviour support to individuals and their families or carers.
  • Build relationships with relevant decision makers, NDIS Support Coordinators, Managers, key allied healthcare professionals, relevant medical staff and other mainstream services to deliver clinical excellence.
  • Drive key business KPI’s, and participate in business brain storming sessions to continue to provide top quality services.
  • Be an integral team member across business units with a say in how we achieve our organisational and aspirational goals.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Tertiary degree in allied health (Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist), Counselling, Social Work or equivalent)
  • A current DHS/DCSI child-related employment check or willing to obtain.
  • A current Australian Drivers Licence and reliable vehicle.
  • Registration with the appropriate National Body.
  • Registration or the ability to register with the NDIA as a Behaviour Support Practitioner.
  • Experience in (or strong understanding of) writing and delivering Positive Behaviour Support Plans.
  • Strong understanding of the NDIS and disability sector.
  • Knowledge of legislation and policy settings and how this may impact people living with a disability.
  • Familiarity with using Microsoft Office Suite and databases to support outcomes.
  • High aptitude for technical written comprehension or the ability to learn, process and apply new information.

You are:

  • Awesome.
  • Degree qualified in Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Speech Pathology, Counselling or equivalent.
  • Focused on person first approaches that are tailored to specific needs and goals.
  • A vibrant and easy-going person that can motivate yourself to work alone and also thrive amongst a team.
  • Capable of working to a billable hour KPI.
  • Creative and actively develop protocols and other relevant tools to enhance service provision in order to meet individual needs.
  • Aware of and experienced in implementing best practice behaviour principles and support strategies for people with intellectual disability, significant behaviour challenges and autism spectrum disorder.
  • A game changer with a desire to shape, explore, innovate and leave your positive mark on our communities and organisation.
  • Passionate about having a positive impact on the quality of life and self-esteem of people of all ages.

We are:

  • Driven by positive outcomes. Everything we do is about quality connections and empowering relationships.
  • Motivated by a bottom line that builds and sustains active and inclusive communities.
  • Welcoming. We understand the importance of being included and actively contributing to a team and wider community.
  • Friends as well as co-workers. We can assure you that you will look forward to your working days and feel valued as a member of our team.
  • Comedians, former athletes, storytellers, pop culture aficionados, marathon runners, organisational experts, coaches, quizmasters, dancers and chicken enthusiasts.
  • Happy for you to be unequivocally you. As weird and wonderful as that may be.

Want to apply?

Apply through SEEK or forward your resume and a one (1) page application letter outlining your experience in Behaviour Support to General Manager: kranford@activeinclusion.com.au

Applications close 5:00pm on Friday 17 September 2021Early awesome applicants may be interviewed prior to close.

Rapid Swim

Fantastic opportunity for qualified Swim Instructors and Therapists to join our Rapidswim team!

Rapidswim offers Learn to Swim and Aquatic Therapy Programs on a weekly basis in conjunction with the school terms.  Positions are offered on a full term and/or relief basis. For your opportunity to join our team, click the links below, complete your details and we look forward to getting in touch with you.

Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists & Speech Pathologists Wanted!

The Rapidswim: Aquatic Therapy program is a highly specialised therapy service combining occupational therapy, speech pathology and physiotherapy with the many benefits of an aquatic environment.

In the Rapidswim: Aquatic Therapy program, therapists work 1:1 with young people and adults living with sensory, intellectual and/or other disabilities to increase their personal development and water safety skills. The program provides individualised water based therapy designed to improve areas that impact the everyday functioning of children with disabilities.

The Rapidswim: Aquatic Therapy Program runs on a weekly basis, across multiple locations, days and times and positions are available for the full term and/or relief.

Our Aquatic Therapy Programs:
Program Venue Day Time
Brighton Minda Aquatic Centre Monday 9.15am – 3.15pm
Brighton Minda Aquatic Centre Monday 4.00pm – 7.45pm
Northfield Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre Monday 6.15pm – 7.45pm
Brighton Minda Aquatic Centre Tuesday 3.00pm – 7.30pm
WCH Women’s & Children’s Hospital Wednesday 5.00pm – 7.00pm
Mile End CHG Mile End Wednesday 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Brighton Minda Aquatic Centre Wednesday 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Northfield Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre Thursday 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Northfield Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre Saturday 10.00am – 12.45pm
Mile End CHG Mile End Saturday 10.30am – 2.15pm
Essential Qualifications:
  • Therapists must have patience, passion and a welcoming spirit
  • Qualified and registered with your industry board (eg. AHPRA)
  • Provide First Aid (HLTAID003)
  • Provide CPR (HLTAID001)
  • DHS Working with Children Check (www.dcsiscreening.sa.gov.au)

Inclusive Sport SA offer above award wages and a uniformed rash vest is provided.

Swimming Instructors Wanted!

In the Rapidswim: Learn to Swim program instructors work 1:1 with young people and adults living with sensory, physical, intellectual and/or other disabilities to increase their water confidence, awareness and safety as well as the development and refinement of swimming strokes.

The Rapidswim: Learn to Swim program runs on a weekly basis, across multiple locations, days and times:

Program Venue Day Time
Noarlunga Noarlunga Leisure Centre Tuesday 5.00pm – 8.00pm
Hampstead Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre Wednesday 4.00pm – 6.30pm
Brighton Minda Aquatic Centre Wednesday 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Brighton Minda Aquatic Centre Thursday 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Hampstead Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre Saturday 10.00am – 12.30pm
ARC Campbelltown ARC Campbelltown Swim Centre Saturday 12.00pm – 3.00pm
Thebarton Thebarton Aquatic Centre Saturday 12.30pm – 3.00pm
Essential Qualifications:
  • Instructors must have patience, passion and a welcoming spirit
  • AUSTSWIM Teacher of Swimming & Water Safety (TSW)
  • Provide First Aid (HLTAID003)
  • Provide CPR (HLTAID001)
  • DCSI screening- Child-related employment (www.dcsiscreening.sa.gov.au)

Inclusive Sport SA offer above award wages and a uniformed rash vest is provided.

BSSA

Behaviour Support Practitioner

We are seeking a suitable candidate to join the Behaviour Support SA team to deliver Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) services. We provide flexible working arrangements, opportunities to learn from other talented therapists and a team who value kindness, creativity and friendship among its members.

  • Work in a strong and collaborative team.
  • Supervision from a clinical leader regarded as one of SA’s top professionals in her field.
  • Salary packaging options – up to $15 000 tax free income.

In this role, you will:

  • Develop Positive Behaviour Support Plans and Strategies in line with the NDIS PBS Capability Framework.
  • Conduct individual functional assessments and use best practice principles to develop behaviour support plans.
  • Work in collaboration with family members, support staff and other key stakeholders to provide individual therapeutic interventions that address and meet participant goals.
  • Manage your own diary and travel throughout metropolitan Adelaide (and possibly intrastate) to provide behaviour support to individuals and their families or carers.
  • Build relationships with relevant decision makers, NDIS Support Coordinators, Managers, key allied healthcare professionals, relevant medical staff and other mainstream services to deliver clinical excellence.
  • Drive key business KPI’s, and participate in business brain storming sessions to continue to provide top quality services.
  • Be an integral team member across business units with a say in how we achieve our organisational and aspirational goals.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Tertiary degree in allied health (Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist), Counselling, Social Work or equivalent)
  • A current DHS/DCSI child-related employment check or willing to obtain.
  • A current Australian Drivers Licence and reliable vehicle.
  • Registration with the appropriate National Body.
  • Registration or the ability to register with the NDIA as a Behaviour Support Practitioner.
  • Experience in (or strong understanding of) writing and delivering Positive Behaviour Support Plans.
  • Strong understanding of the NDIS and disability sector.
  • Knowledge of legislation and policy settings and how this may impact people living with a disability.
  • Familiarity with using Microsoft Office Suite and databases to support outcomes.
  • High aptitude for technical written comprehension or the ability to learn, process and apply new information.

You are:

  • Awesome.
  • Degree qualified in Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Speech Pathology, Counselling or equivalent.
  • Focused on person first approaches that are tailored to specific needs and goals.
  • A vibrant and easy-going person that can motivate yourself to work alone and also thrive amongst a team.
  • Capable of working to a billable hour KPI.
  • Creative and actively develop protocols and other relevant tools to enhance service provision in order to meet individual needs.
  • Aware of and experienced in implementing best practice behaviour principles and support strategies for people with intellectual disability, significant behaviour challenges and autism spectrum disorder.
  • A game changer with a desire to shape, explore, innovate and leave your positive mark on our communities and organisation.
  • Passionate about having a positive impact on the quality of life and self-esteem of people of all ages.

We are:

  • Driven by positive outcomes. Everything we do is about quality connections and empowering relationships.
  • Motivated by a bottom line that builds and sustains active and inclusive communities.
  • Welcoming. We understand the importance of being included and actively contributing to a team and wider community.
  • Friends as well as co-workers. We can assure you that you will look forward to your working days and feel valued as a member of our team.
  • Comedians, former athletes, storytellers, pop culture aficionados, marathon runners, organisational experts, coaches, quizmasters, dancers and chicken enthusiasts.
  • Happy for you to be unequivocally you. As weird and wonderful as that may be.

Want to apply?

Apply through SEEK or forward your resume and a one (1) page application letter outlining your experience in Behaviour Support to General Manager: kranford@activeinclusion.com.au

Applications close 5:00pm on Friday 17 September 2021Early awesome applicants may be interviewed prior to close.

Rapid Swim

Rapid Swim

Fantastic opportunity for qualified Swim Instructors and Therapists to join our Rapidswim team!

Rapidswim offers Learn to Swim and Aquatic Therapy Programs on a weekly basis in conjunction with the school terms.  Positions are offered on a full term and/or relief basis. For your opportunity to join our team, click the links below, complete your details and we look forward to getting in touch with you.

Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists & Speech Pathologists Wanted!

The Rapidswim: Aquatic Therapy program is a highly specialised therapy service combining occupational therapy, speech pathology and physiotherapy with the many benefits of an aquatic environment.

In the Rapidswim: Aquatic Therapy program, therapists work 1:1 with young people and adults living with sensory, intellectual and/or other disabilities to increase their personal development and water safety skills. The program provides individualised water based therapy designed to improve areas that impact the everyday functioning of children with disabilities.

The Rapidswim: Aquatic Therapy Program runs on a weekly basis, across multiple locations, days and times and positions are available for the full term and/or relief.

Our Aquatic Therapy Programs:
Program Venue Day Time
Brighton Minda Aquatic Centre Monday 9.15am – 3.15pm
Brighton Minda Aquatic Centre Monday 4.00pm – 7.45pm
Northfield Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre Monday 6.15pm – 7.45pm
Brighton Minda Aquatic Centre Tuesday 3.00pm – 7.30pm
WCH Women’s & Children’s Hospital Wednesday 5.00pm – 7.00pm
Mile End CHG Mile End Wednesday 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Brighton Minda Aquatic Centre Wednesday 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Northfield Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre Thursday 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Northfield Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre Saturday 10.00am – 12.45pm
Mile End CHG Mile End Saturday 10.30am – 2.15pm
Essential Qualifications:
  • Therapists must have patience, passion and a welcoming spirit
  • Qualified and registered with your industry board (eg. AHPRA)
  • Provide First Aid (HLTAID003)
  • Provide CPR (HLTAID001)
  • DHS Working with Children Check (www.dcsiscreening.sa.gov.au)

Inclusive Sport SA offer above award wages and a uniformed rash vest is provided.

Swimming Instructors Wanted!

In the Rapidswim: Learn to Swim program instructors work 1:1 with young people and adults living with sensory, physical, intellectual and/or other disabilities to increase their water confidence, awareness and safety as well as the development and refinement of swimming strokes.

The Rapidswim: Learn to Swim program runs on a weekly basis, across multiple locations, days and times:

Program Venue Day Time
Noarlunga Noarlunga Leisure Centre Tuesday 5.00pm – 8.00pm
Hampstead Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre Wednesday 4.00pm – 6.30pm
Brighton Minda Aquatic Centre Wednesday 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Brighton Minda Aquatic Centre Thursday 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Hampstead Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre Saturday 10.00am – 12.30pm
ARC Campbelltown ARC Campbelltown Swim Centre Saturday 12.00pm – 3.00pm
Thebarton Thebarton Aquatic Centre Saturday 12.30pm – 3.00pm
Essential Qualifications:
  • Instructors must have patience, passion and a welcoming spirit
  • AUSTSWIM Teacher of Swimming & Water Safety (TSW)
  • Provide First Aid (HLTAID003)
  • Provide CPR (HLTAID001)
  • DCSI screening- Child-related employment (www.dcsiscreening.sa.gov.au)

Inclusive Sport SA offer above award wages and a uniformed rash vest is provided.

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