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Therapeutic Behaviour Support Practitioners - Flexible location

Complex Behaviour Change
  • Be a part of an innovative and growing organisation
  • Opportunities for career progression
  • $80k to $100k +Super depending on experience & performance
  • Inclusion in our intensive Practitioner Development Program (PDP)
  • Full Time, Part Time, Casual
  • Multiple Positions - Victoria Wide


Here at Complex Behaviour Change we are champions of change! While we might be the new player in the NDIS Registered Provider space, we are already a respected and much sought-after service, with a proven track record of providing quality life enhancing services for people of all abilities. In fact, to ensure the quality and effectiveness of our services, we train, coach, and supervise our staff to live our values and implement our model of practice. Putting our participants first, our aim is to be a leader in Therapeutic and Positive Behaviour Support across Victoria and eventually Australia! To do this we need you - staff who are innovative and resilient, who want to make a difference in the lives of people, and who strive to be the best they can be. So, if you want to stand out and have a fulfilling career, then join us today!


  • You are a qualified and experienced behaviour support or therapeutic support practitioner, self-driven and able to work independently, with strong commitment to human rights and person-centred approaches.
  • You will be familiar with supporting people with a disability and/or complex needs, their family and support teams to assist them to achieve their goals.
  • You will be an excellent team member and communicator, and able to work effectively as part of a multi/inter-disciplinary team to provide a holistic approach to high quality positive behaviour and therapeutic supports.

No matter where you live in Victoria if you have these attributes and a passion for fostering positive change in the lives of vulnerable people, we are keen to know more about you.


We are excited to be building our capacity to provide specialist behaviour support and therapeutic supports to NDIS participants across Victoria. To achieve this, we are establishing local area-based teams of Specialist Services practitioners in metropolitan and regional hubs across the state. As our new Practitioner in our Specialist Services team, you will be responsible for providing specialist support services to NDIS participants across the lifespan or students in school or children in out of home care, and support teams.

Integral to your success will be your participant-focused people practices, your ability to role model our organisational values and to provide safe and quality services. The role involves a 6-month probation period for all new employees and requires all practitioners to participate in an 8-week intensive Practitioner Development Program (PDP) that includes 5 days training, online coaching and supervision.

Given that we are establishing our services, committed and experienced staff who demonstrate exceptional practice during the PDP and subsequent work, will be considered for future leadership roles within the local area teams or across the state.


  • A thorough knowledge of Positive Behaviour Support approaches, including functional behaviour assessment, development of positive behaviour support plans, and implementation
  • Understanding of trauma informed practice and qualifications and experience in related therapeutic approaches is highly desirable
  • A commitment to supporting the human rights of people with a disability
  • Meet the requirements to work as a Behaviour Support Practitioner under the National Disability Insurance Scheme Commission’s Positive Behaviour Support Capability framework. (Core acceptable; proficient or above preferred)
  • An understanding of relevant policy and legislation relating to Behaviour Support and Restrictive Practices at a National and State/Territory level
  • Experience working with individuals, families, and children with a disability and/or complex needs
  • Experience providing training & coaching to teams and supporters
  • Ability to work effectively with a range of stakeholders including individuals, families, support teams, Local Area Coordinators, NDIA, the Office of the Public Guardian, schools, government agencies and specialist support services
  • Well-developed report writing, communication, problem solving and interpersonal skills and high-level time management skill
  • Good IT skills, experience using Office365 applications including Teams, and client management systems
  • Current driver’s licence and a willingness to drive
  • Ability to work from home with access to a vehicle, computer, and reliable internet
  • Working with Children Check, Police Check clearance, and Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme clearance

Be part of this dedicated, innovative, and collaborative organisation and make a difference! We offer the benefits of flexibility, participation in or intensive practitioner development program, ongoing supervision and professional development opportunities, a competitive salary. Apply now!

CBC is a registered NDIS provider of Specialist Behaviour Support and Therapeutic Support. We are a Child Safe Organisation and an Inclusive Community that acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land.

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