Positive Behavioural Support Practitioner

DescriptionDomus have a brilliant opportunity for a Positive Behavioural Support practitioner to join a leading Health and Social Care provider, with more than 300 locations across England
This is an exciting opportunity to really make a difference to the quality of the support they provide.
They are looking for a highly competent, dynamic PBS practitioner to play a key role overseeing supported living and residential services across Norfolk and Suffolk. 
PBS Practitioner Responsibilities?
Complete Functional Assessments and implement PBS Plans in collaboration with support teams, families, the MDT and person supported, as appropriate.
To provide regular, at least weekly, clinics to ensure close monitoring on support, progress and barriers to progress with each person’s plans.
To provide modular based PASS+PORT Training to staff teams, as relevant to the needs of the person/people supported.
To monitor implemented PBS Plans, to check on consistency of approaches and coaching/advising teams when inconsistency is evident – ensuring a PSR approach is in place at all times.
Raise concerns to the Service Manager and PBS Team Manager if there is concern related to practice and/or an unhealthy culture within a support team.
Promote the least restrictive means of support, and the organisations commitment to STOMP and the reduction in use of psychotropic medicines – closely monitoring all restrictions and ensure that these are lawful, proportionate and in the person’s best interest.PBS Practitioner Requirements?
Consideration will be given to individuals with relevant experience and skill in supporting adults with learning disabilities and/or autism who present with significant behaviours which challenge, with a commitment to completing a PBS Level 5 Diploma
Experience of directly supporting adults with learning disabilities and/or autism who may present with behaviours which challenge.
Skill in completing functional assessment, and developing/implementing PBS Plans which are easy for support teams to understand and follow.
Maintain data analysis related to behavioural support to evidence justification for strategies employed and behavioural trends over time. 
Skill in assessing potential environmental and health factors at play in relation to challenging behaviour, including assessment of team dynamics.
Effectively communicate with people supported, families, support teams and external professionals to ensure excellent communication and continuity of support.
Strong understanding of the values and ethos of positive behaviour support, person centred approaches and thinking, trauma informed care, Active Support and Inclusive Communication.Company benefits?
Comprehensive induction and commitment to ongoing training
Online benefits and cashback rewards
Cycle to work scheme
SMART Childcare Vouchers
SMART Pension option
If you are interested in the above position please apply, or for more information contact James Dolan at Domus Recruitment.
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Bury St Edmunds
Salary Min35000Salary Max45000Contract TypePermanentSalary TypeAnnumAdded1m 15dID963116