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Remote Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner (PBS)

Reference

PRI33353

Location

Remote

Priory Group Division

Adult Care

Vacancy Type

Permanent - Full Time

Salary

£30,000 per annum + £4,200 car allowance

Hours

37.5 per week

Job Advert Role Description

**Remote PBS Practitioner - South Wales and Gloucester/Bristol/Hereford areas**

In this exciting and rewarding role as PBS Practitioner, you’ll enjoy every opportunity to bring your compassion and empathy to work in an environment where you can have a positive impact on improving both the long term and the everyday lives of the people we support.

This is a remote role based in the South Wales and West England region - as such the successful candidate must be flexible to work across multiple sites in the region requiring PBS support.

The PBS practitioner as part of the Home Management team, will work closely with the people we support to develop and implement personalised support plans that both meet their needs and help to grow their independence and life skills. That includes promoting the use of PROACT-SCIPr-UK®, The post holder will use their expertise to support predominantly in the following areas:

  • Staff training & development
  • Functional Behaviour Assessment
  • Behaviour Support Planning (BSP)
  • BSP implementation (including practice workshops)
  • Incident analysis & debrief

The ideal candidate will:

  • hold a formal qualification in: or Positive Behaviour Support i.e. BSc in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, MSc Applied Behaviour Analysis, MA or MSc in Autism Studies, PBS Graduate Diploma, PBS BTEC Level 5 (advanced professional Diploma)
  • Qualified or willing and able to work towards Instructor Level of PROACT SCIP ®-UK
  • Understanding of legal frameworks relevant to the role, e.g. Mental Capacity Act (2005), DOLS
  • Able to demonstrate the ability to complete behaviour assessment tools and write reports relating to behaviour to a high standard

In addition, the candidate will be able to demonstrate:

  • A history of direct support experience with people with learning disabilities and/or ASC and Challenging Behaviour
  • A history in conducting assessment and developing, implementing and evaluating interventions for individuals presenting with Challenging Behaviours
  • A history of development and delivery of Positive Behaviour Support training
  • A history of working as part of a peripatetic team providing consultation to 'challenging behaviour' services
  • A history of reducing the use of restrictive practices

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Disclosure

All roles will be subject to a successful disclosure at an appropriate level from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), Access NI or Disclosure Scotland, and the cost of this will be covered by Priory Group. We are an equal opportunities employer.

Closing Date

31/01/2020