Want to join the team?

We have roles to suit you including student placement, graduate and senior roles available.

At BRILLIANT LIFE SERVICES, people are at the heart of everything we do. We invest in our staff and recognise that it takes a community of truly talented individuals to work with others to promote independence, participation and inclusion. We’re always looking for dedicated people to join the BRILLIANT LIFE SERVICES family. We work hard every day to improve the lives of the individuals, we serve in our clinic, child cares, schools, peoples homes, workplaces and aged care facilities.

Jobs we have available across Sydney, Melbourne, Cairns and Gold Coast, Adelaide, Darwin and Perth

Behaviour Support Practitioner

 Roles Available:

  • Expert consultation and provision of positive behavioural support services to people with a disability and their service providers/families, in line with an individual’s NDIS plan and goals.
  • The development of exceptionally well written positive behaviour support plans that incorporate useful and cutting edge strategies and interventions, which can include at times the use of restrictive practices.
  • Providing services across different environments including homes, schools, community programs, workplaces, telehealth and/or Brilliant life services office
  • You will be responsible for the assessment, planning, monitoring and review of client outcomes including the training of the individual with a disability, their support staff and family members.
  • Liaising with other service providers to achieve positive client outcomes and repeat referrals

Requirements of the role:

  • NDIS Registered Behaviour Practitioner or able to obtain
  • Positive Behaviour Support experience (desirable)
  • Skilled and experienced in writing high-quality reports
  • Understanding of restrictive practices and writing interim and comprehensive reports under current NDIS guidelines

Speech Pathologist

 Roles Available:

  • Completing high-quality NDIS assessments and intervention services (including speech, language, dysphagia, AAC, aphasia, and fluency).
  • Working with individuals young age to adult in a person-centred approach to build capacity and achieve NDIS goals.
  • Providing services across different environments including homes, schools, community programs, workplaces and/or BRILLIANT LIFE SERVICES office.
  • Managing a busy caseload including maintaining documentation and communication to the team.
  • Entering all information, notes, time spent and documents are entered daily into ORS’ online case management database.

Requirements of the role:

  • Speech Pathology degree
  • Hold or be eligible for membership with Speech Pathology Australia
  • Clinical Experience (desirable)
  • NDIS Experience (desirable)

Occupational Therapy

  • Completing high-quality NDIS assessments and intervention services including:
    • Assistive technology
    • Home modifications
    • Functional daily living
    • Supported Independent Living
    • Sensory assessments
    • Functional capacity building and therapeutic interventions
  • Developing exceptionally well-written reports and intervention plans that incorporate useful and cutting edge strategies and interventions
  • Providing services across different environments including homes, schools, community programs, workplaces, telehealth and/or BRILLIANT LIFE SERVICES office.
  • Entering all information, notes, time spent and documents into ORS’ online case management database

Requirements of the role:

  • Occupational Therapy degree and full AHPRA registration (required)
  • strong experience in assistive technology prescription and/or home modifications highly (desirable)
  • Clinical experience
  • NDIS experience

A typical work week would include:

  • Effectively managing a caseload of allocated clients ensuring that all have consent of service, regular contact with all parties and actions defined. Completing reports and assessments within timeframes, scheduling and attending appointments and closing cases within a timely manner.
  • Updating confidential client files and records using our online case management system, noting emails, phone calls, face to face contact and progress as a result of interventions.
  • Completing excellent quality reports and plans that incorporate useful and cutting edge strategies and interventions.
  • Use evidence based resources or discussing strategies with our experienced team to develop and manage client centred programs directed towards achieving meaningful outcomes.
  • Preparing for and attending regular case conferencing and management reviews to help you perform.
  • Providing and coordinating effective skill training interventions to a variety of different populations including children and adults (verbal and non-verbal) for example in toileting, sleep, ADL activities and life skills.
  • Developing strong relationships and promoting services with referrers/employers by providing exceptional customer service and seeking feedback to achieve repeat referrals and preferred provider agreements, and
  • Enjoying your work, your colleagues and knowing you are providing valuable services that work!