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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.

Current Vacancies

Brilliant Life Services is a registered NDIS Provider with extensive experience in the field of Disability and specialist support. We have a team of dedicated and skilled individuals providing specialist Behaviour Support and Psychological interventions currently in Campbelltown NSW.

Our philosophy is that people are at the heart of everything we do. We invest in our staff and recognize that it takes a community of truly talented individuals who are deeply motivated by seeing clients live their best life. 

If you are a talented professional who is motivated by seeing your clients excel and live their best life, then please reach out and speak to us about joining our team.

We are seeking Registered Psychologist / Provisional Psychologist/ Behavioural Support Practitioner to make the move to a rewarding career with Brilliant Life Services. 

Why join our team:

We pride ourselves on delivering services that are at the highest standards and are committed to achieving positive outcomes. Our underpinning philosophy is that working together as a team, sharing in each other’s expertise, supporting each other, assisting in each other’s development helps us meet these outcomes.

About the role

As a Registered Psychologist / Provisional Psychologist/ Behavioural Support Practitioner with Brilliant Life Services, you will play an integral part in achieving positive outcomes for adults and children their families and carers. You will do this by:

  • Providing assessments through utilising clinical observations and clinical interviewing techniques, screening tools, standardized assessments, psychometrics, and subsequent reports.
  • Planning treatment and interventions, in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team where appropriate, (i.e. pediatricians, general practitioners, speech pathologist, occupational therapist).
  • Delivering appropriate evidence-based intervention and assessment across a broad range of mental health presentations.
  • Improving accessibility by providing community visits including at home, school, day program and/or group home where necessary.
  • Plan and participate in team-based interventions with other team members, e.g. case conferences.
  • Collaborate with other clinicians and team members to develop new programs as identified to meet client and community needs (e.g. school-readiness program, behaviour support etc).

Requirements of the role

  • Full registration with AHPRA.
  • As a Behaviour Support Practitioner, qualifications may be in Mental Health, Community Work, Social Work, Social Science, or Psychology. A Social Work degree which provides eligibility for membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).
  • Current driver’s licence with the ability and willingness to travel to clients.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the psychologist’s ethical and legal obligations and professional accountability.
  • Well-developed communication, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills and the ability to work collaboratively with the team.
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check, National Federal Police Check and Working with Children Check.

What we offer

  • Fulltime and part-time positions.
  • An attractive salary commensurate with experience.
  • On the job training as well as appropriate external training.
  • A strong social and supportive culture.
  • Ramote work flexibility when required. 
  • A supportive, fun, happy team working environment.
  • Great work-life balance.
  • An employee of the month bonus.

How to apply    

  • 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

How to apply    

 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)

How to apply    

About the role:

We are seeking a team leader with strong NDIS expertise and experience to support our business through the next stage of growth!  you will be responsible for the growth of service, recruitment and operational leadership of a growing allied health team. You will lead a team of clinical professionals to deliver high quality, client-focused and outcome driven services to people with disability.

Using your NDIS experience, you will help to establish systems and capability and implement our business plan. You will play a key role in achieving performance targets and establishing relationships within the community.

Key responsibilities will include;

  • Ensure therapy services are delivered with a strengths-based approach.
  • Provide consultation regarding clinical matters to management.
  • Management of operational KPIs for your team
  • Deliver therapy services within budget and in a manner that does not compromise the needs of people we support.
  • Manage a reduced caseload in your area of interest

About you:

  • Understanding of and proven NDIS leadership experience including NDIS practice standards.
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in delivering person-centred NDIS services.
  • Leadership and people management skills.
  • Exceptional communication skills both written and verbal.
  • Excellent time management.
  • Strong attention to detail, analytical thinking and problem solving.
  • Honesty, integrity, a good team attitude and positive approach.
  • Genuine commitment to continuous improvement.
  • Excellent understanding of NDIS service requirements.
  • Strong community and industry networks.
  • Willingness to undertake a reduced case load of therapeutic supports a during the initial stage of growth.
  • Current NDIS Worker Screening Check, Working with Children Check & Police Clearance (or willingness to obtain).
  • Current driver licence.

How to apply    

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!