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Behaviour Analyst

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We are delighted to start 2024 by announcing the following opportunity to join our PBS team in Cornwall, UK.  

As a Behaviour Analyst with Green Light’s Positive Behaviour Support Team you will apply your behaviour analytic knowledge and skills to provide high quality Positive Behaviour Support (PBS)* to the individuals with learning disabilities, autism and challenging behaviour** who are supported by Green Light, so they can experience outcomes that are meaningful to them, and enjoy a good quality of life.

As a Behaviour Analyst with Green Light you can expect to:

  • Design and deliver training supporting implementation of PBS plans
  • Model approaches with team to ensure fidelity of PBS plans
  • Monitor and evaluate PBS plans against intended outcomes
  • Support, training and supervision of Associate Behaviour Analyst aUKBA (cert), Behaviour Technicians and their UK-SBA equivalent as these roles are introduced
  • Attend and contribute to the regular PBS training workshops hosted by the PBS team and guest speakers  
  • Receive clinical supervision and support with continued professional development, conference attendance, etc.
  • Work in an area of outstanding natural beauty

See Job Description for further details.  To speak to a member of our team please call Kerry or Chloe on 01637 416444. 

Take a look at the videos on our LinkTree or see our  blog to hear about the experiences of existing PBS team members.

 

Definitions 

*Challenging Behaviour – “Culturally abnormal behaviour of such an intensity, frequency or duration that the physical safety of the person or others is likely to be placed in serious jeopardy, or behaviour which is likely to seriously limit use of, or result in the person being denied access to, ordinary community facilities” (Eric Emerson, 1995).

**Positive Behaviour Support – “PBS is a person centred framework for providing long term support to people with a learning disability, and/or autism, including those with mental health conditions, who have, or may be at risk of developing, behaviours that challenge.  It is a blend of person centred values and behavioural science and uses evidence to inform decision-making.  (British Institute of Learning Disabilities, The PBS Academy, The Challenging Behaviour Foundation, Health Education England & Skills for Care, April 2017) 

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Job Type:

Full time permanent contract

Salary:

£40,000 - £45,000

Reports to:

Senior Behaviour Analyst

Location:

South West - Devon & Cornwall

Purpose:

Increase Prosocial Behaviour & Meaningful Life Skills

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