Overview

We are seeking to recruit a Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner to join our Children's Residential Team in Darlaston, West Midlands.  Level 4 is desirable. Level 3 is essential and be willing to or working towards Level 4. You will need to be willing to deliver training or work alongside the PRICE training.

Benefits:

– £3,000 Car Allowance

– Competency Frameworks and Pay Scales

– Wagestream – where any day can be a payday

– Refer-a-Friend Scheme – Instantly earn points and cash rewards

– Sovereign Health Care Plan

– Canada Life, Group Life Assurance

– Blue Light Card

– Blink, our internal communications app

– Pension scheme

Scope:

To assist the Registered Manager and team members in maintaining and developing a high standard of care practice in accordance with Salutem’s philosophy, aims and objectives.

To Implement and deliver Positive Behavioural Support and person-centred planning, ensuring that the service operates to maximise service user’s quality of life and act as a liaison on behavioural matters between care and the behavioural forum.

Main Duties:

The person-centred plan defines what an individual ‘wants’ and the ‘My Plans’ define what an individual ‘needs’. All the plans together create a complete care plan to support an individual in having a fulfilled and healthy lifestyle. Each person’s plan is bespoke and designed using techniques, discussion, and observations appropriate to their individual needs.

Your role is to:

Be a practice leader and model for value-based services caring for autistic people and those who have associated conditions ensuring high standards and good practice;
Directly provide support to help develop and maintain high-quality Person-Centred Plans (PCP), ‘My Plans’ and Health Files which promote the best interests of the service users and deliver service user defined outcomes.
Work in partnership with management, the development team and all team members to ensure all discussion points and behavioural guidelines are implemented and recorded appropriately in a developmental manner as to ensure the privacy, respect and dignity of the service users.
Create a culture which recognises the equal opportunities for all service users and ensure service users are supported to expand their life skills and reach their full potential.
Work in partnership with the development team to support team members to implement any future service user developments.
Take on the responsibility of the shift leader when there is no Registered Manager or Deputy Manager present.
Contribute to the assessment of needs for the individual service users, and to the formation of programmes to meet those needs. These programmes will include educational, social, vocational, physical, life skills and therapeutic activities.
Support service users in all activities.
Contribute to the recording and evaluation of all activities when required.
Produce timely reports for the Registered Manager and Management Team on service user progress.
Ensure that service users’ medications are administered as prescribed by the general practitioner and recorded as required.
Undertake the responsibilities of key worker to a service user.
Attend internal and/or external case conferences, reviews and meetings as required.

 

What makes Salutem Different?

  • We are a top 50 Inspiring Workplace – Are you looking for a workplace that inspires you to be your best self every day? Do you want to join a team that provides outstanding employee experience? If so, we invite you to join us as we celebrate our recent recognition as a top 50 Inspiring Workplace in EMEA with special mentions for our efforts in communication and experience. Our commitment to fostering a positive and supportive work environment has earned us this prestigious honour.
  • We have a trauma-based approach to working – We deliver a clear program of workshops,  coaching and mentoring, alongside group clinical supervision and peer-to-peer support.  Working with the clinical and PBS under the structure of CYP to ensure one vision, holistic support to the teams and clear role definition.
  • We develop and support colleagues for the future – We create a continuous learning and reflective practice environment that emphasises growth and continuous development. We focus on succession planning that will  provide opportunity to develop. We are committed to having the best qualified staff supporting the children and young people.
  • We have developed a core and cluster model – We specialise in supporting children and young people who have emotional and behavioural needs, autistic spectrum condition, and physical / learning disability with access to education opportunities being at the core of our work. Some of our services have teamed up with our Online Education Platform to provide the young people we support education virtually from their homes.

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