We currently have an exciting opportunity to join our a team in the role of a Positive Behavioural Support Practitioner.

This role is solution-focused and committed to delivering successful outcomes with solid experience in developing Positive Behaviour Support plans with a demonstrated passion for using a contemporary and best-practice approach and is sensitive to challenges faced by families when working with individuals and families to make positive changes.

You will deliver individualised strategies for autistic people that are responsive to the person’s needs, in a way that increases quality of life, reduces the occurrence and impact of behaviours of concern and minimises the use of restrictive practice.

The successful candidate will be highly resourceful, confident to work autonomously and jump in as a team-player, be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, sometimes under pressure, while remaining flexible, proactive, and efficient. They must exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, with the ability to maintain a realistic balance among multiple priorities and meet the following:

  • Registered/Clinical Psychologist or Social Workers
  • Formal Qualification and/or demonstrated experienced PBS Clinicians
  • Experience working with autistic individuals and/or people with a disability and is working towards a related qualification (Education, Psychology, Occupational Therapy, or similar)
  • Registration, or willingness to be registered as a Positive Behaviour Support practitioner with the NDIS Quality and Safeguard Commission
  • Well-developed written, verbal and listening skills
  • Capacity to implement change and identify opportunities for innovation
  • Solid financial management capability
  • Confidence and capability in using systems and technology
  • Strong administrative skills: time management, coordination of tasks, efficient work practices
  • Ability to plans and schedule own work independently, monitor progress against work plans and outcome
  • Cultural understanding reflective of the community
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to engage clients, their family/guardians/carers, advocates and all other key stakeholders


It is a requirement of this position to adhere to SASI’s Safety Screening requirements and to acquire and maintain an NDIS Check, Working with Children Check, First Aid and CPR Certificate and a valid Victorian driver licence. We will consider applicants who are interested in either Full Time or Part Time hours. Please indicate your preference in your application.

For further information or a copy of the Position Description please contact careers@iagroup.org.au

 SASI is a Child Safe and Equal Opportunity Employer. Seaford is Smoke Free work environment.

Do you have questions? Please contact us at careers@iagroup.org.au