Team Leader Behaviour Support Practitioner

Location: Sydney
Area: CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
Worktype: Full Time
Salary: $110,000 - $130,000 per annum

Our Client, a leading provider of early childhood education, intervention, therapy, and family support services in the Inner West, South West, and Sutherland areas of Sydney and surrounding suburbs is seeking a Team Leader, Behaviour Support Practitioner.
The organisation is committed to delivering quality services, as the team leader you lead a team of Psychologists and Behaviour Support Service Practitioners. They will ensure that the team has clinical support, supervision, and resources to deliver evidence-based, best practice intervention in line with individual goals and requirements, whilst encouraging a team approach to critical reflection and evaluation of service delivery.
This role will involve;

  • Supervise and lead a team of psychologists and behaviour support service practitioners, ensuring that they deliver high-quality services.
  • Provide regular supervision and debriefing to support the team's professional practice and service delivery.
  • Encourage a team-oriented approach to reflection and evaluation of service delivery.
  • Participate in annual performance development reviews for all team members and monitor their goals and objectives throughout the year.
  • Provide evidence-based interventions that align with the child's individual goals and NDIS plan.
  • Participate in support planning processes as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
The requirements for this role include;
  • Recognised degree or qualifications in Psychology and/or Counselling.
  • Experience in leading and managing a team of psychologists and behaviour support service practitioners
  • Familiarity with NDIS plan and goals, NDIS Worker Check Risk Assessment clearance.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills.
  • Ability to maintain accurate documentation of progress notes, assessment reports, and intervention summaries.
  • Current driver's license and access to a comprehensively insured vehicle for work purposes.
  • Applicable active registrations.
Additional Information 
  • A number of probity checks are required including holding a current working with children and undertaking a national criminal record check.
The successful candidate will have experience in leading a team and be highly motivated, along with knowledge of best practice intervention, as well as clinical support, supervision, and resources.

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Date Posted: 19/03/2023 03:07 PM

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