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Job Role

Job Title: Behaviour Consultant 

Hours: Full Time (37.5 hours)  

Location: Oxfordshire

Salary: £33k - £37k (Dependent upon qualifications and experience)

Interview: Interviews will be conducted via video conferencing

Our Benefits: In addition to SeeAbility’s employee benefits, we can offer you the following benefits:

  • Free BCBA Supervision (Minimum of 12 BCBA supervision sessions from a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst)
  • Ongoing clinical supervision from a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst
  • Professional development/training opportunities

Who we are 

SeeAbility is a specialist registered charity with a 220 year history supporting people who have autism, physical and/or learning disabilities and visual impairment.  The values of the organisation promote personalisation and inclusion; with a strong focus on helping the people we support learn skills that will bring them greater independence.

Our Specialist Service Team

As a Behaviour Consultant you will form part of SeeAbility’s Specialist Services Team. Led by a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst, the Specialist Services Team is a made up of a number of professionals, including, Behaviour Consultants, Specialist Speech and Language Therapists and Vision Rehabilitation Workers.  The team works both directly with both people we support and their support teams, to increase independence and overall quality of life. The Specialist Services Team is committed to joint working with families, support teams and our NHS and local authority colleagues to achieve the best outcomes for the people we support.  

The role of a Behaviour Consultant will be to: 

  • Work closely with the individual and their support team to conduct relevant behaviour assessments, for example, functional behaviour assessments (FBA), assessment of functional living skills (AFLS).
  • Work with the individual and support team (including family and external professionals) to develop positive behaviour support (PBS) plans that are consistent with the PBS framework.
  • Use behavioural skills teaching (BST) to teach both the individual and the support team new skills
  • Work with the individual and support team to implement and adhere to PBS plans effectively. Including the use of BST and practice leadership to ensure competency and adherence.  
  • Provide in-person coaching alongside a variety of training programmes, to the support team to achieve a high quality level of support for the individual, for example: PROACT-SCIPr-UK®, PBS, Active Support training.
Our Benefits

Your qualifications

Essential:

  • MSc in Applied Behaviour Analysis/Positive Behaviour Support or related field e.g. Analysis and Intervention (Candidates who are near completion of such qualification will be considered).

Desirable: 

  • Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA)
  • Fully Qualified PROACT-SCIPr-UK® instructor

Your experience

Essential:

  • Substantial experience of conducting functional behaviour assessments and implementing behavioural interventions for individuals with a Learning Disability and/or Autism
  • Minimum 2 years working directly with people who have learning disabilities / autism and / or multi-sensory impairments and people who present behaviours that challenge.
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