Position: Positive Behaviour Support Practice Lead
Location: (Home or service based worker) South, South East and South West of England
Salary: £26,000 - £37,000 per annum, depending on experience. 
Hours: Full Time (37.5 hours)
Application closing date: 23/08/17
Required: 
Satisfactory Enhanced DBS Disclosure. Full driving licence is required. Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis or a related field (such as Positive Behaviour Support) with at least two years of applicable experience; or Master’s degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis, with one year of professional experience.

SeeAbility is a specialist registered charity with a 200-year history supporting people who have visual impairment, autism, and physical and/or learning disabilities. The values or the organisation promote personalisation and inclusion; with a strong focus on helping the people we support learn skills that will bring them greater independence.

You'll work as an integrated member of the specialist service team, to conduct functional behaviour assessments and service level assessments, develop positive behaviour support plans that enable therapeutic support to be delivered within the PBS framework. To deliver (where applicable) PROACT-SCIPr-UK® and PBS training to the support teams. To teach the support teams how to deliver excellent support, using approaches such as Active Support. To support the team to develop skills in monitoring and evaluating outcomes, for example using Periodic Service Review methods. To work as a partner with the residential or supported living teams to build plans that are accepted, operationally achievable, generalizable and sustainable.

As you will be working with people in their own homes, residential and group supported living services, you must be confident engaging with diverse groups of people, family members and multi-agency professionals. You need to be passionate about equality and equity, being able to see the potential for improvement and knowing how to guide the service to achieve the best for people we support. You will already have experience working directly with people who have learning disabilities / autism and / or muti-sensory impairments and people who may present with behaviours that challenge. You will be familiar and fluent in the use ABA skills to devise ways that are simple but effective to measure baseline and on going development. You will be able to support the teams by putting plans into action through your direct modelling and coaching.

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If you wish to discuss this opportunity in more detail, please email Lois Tozer, BCBA, Head of Specialist Services at l.tozer@seeability.org

Applicants, please email your CV and a short (1000 word) statement explaining how your skills match the job to l.tozer@seeability.org