Behaviour Support Practitioner
- FTE £23500-£25500
- Role type:
- Full Time, All Year Post
- 37hrs weekly, 52 weeks per year
- Contract type:
- Maternity Cover
- All year post
- Closing Date:
- Job Details:
An opportunity has become available to join our Emotional Wellbeing Service at National Star. We are looking for a Behaviour Support Practitioner to support learners across our Ullenwood campus.
This role requires a dynamic, creative and proactive person who is able to work autonomously in managing their own caseload and who works collaboratively with other professionals in developing individualised behaviour support plans, delivering evidence-based interventions and providing professional advice, training and information to colleagues, families and carers.
The successful candidate will have a sound working knowledge and experience of using Functional Assessment and the Positive Behaviour Support approach to support young people and adults in improving their quality of life, consequently reducing the frequency and/or intensity of behaviour that challenges.
The post holder will be expected to work flexibly to meet the requirements of the role, as directed by the Team Leader.
The role is full time, equivalent to 37 hours per week over 52 weeks, with these hours being weighted to reflect the higher intensity of workload during term times; 40 hours per week (over 5 days) during term time and 28 hours per week (over 4 days) during holidays.
At National Star, we know the value of a diverse workforce, and welcome applications from all areas of the community. This includes those with disabilities, and we are a proud Disability Confident employer and are committed to providing equal opportunities. In 2018 National Star received an 'Outstanding' from Ofsted.
Please note that all applicants will be expected to undertake a DBS Disclosure, and undergo the necessary employer checks. The level of disclosure to be applied for will be dependent on your job role and will be discussed with you during the recruitment process but is usually an enhanced level. Where appropriate, the adult and child barred lists will be checked and we will not employ anyone who appears on either of those registers.
We prefer people to submit an online application as this helps support the charity in saving money. If you have a disability and need to apply using an alternative format, or if you have any technical problems with our recruitment system, please call the HR Team on 01242 527631 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All future correspondence with you will be via email (application acknowledgement, invitation to interview etc). Please check your email regularly.
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