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Bank Behaviour Support Worker

  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Salary Type: Per Annum


Whether you’re a graduate or student looking for flexible employment that fits around your studies, an experienced support worker looking to develop your knowledge and skills, or someone with good values looking to make a positive difference, BEAM’s Behaviour Support Worker role could offer you opportunities to develop your skills as a practitioner.

Do you have experience working with children and young adults with autism and/or learning disabilities?

Beam ABA Services are currently recruiting flexible and committed Bank staff for this highly rewarding role. Beam ABA Services support individuals with complex behavioural needs including those diagnosed with autism and learning disability. Following the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) you will be supporting children and young adults in their homes and local communities.

Ideally, we are looking for graduates with a minimum of one year’s practical experience working with children/young adults with diagnosis of autism and/or learning disability across a variety of settings including ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) or PBS (Positive Behaviour Support). We also encourage professionals, from associated areas of work as well as experienced care and support workers with an interest in ABA/PBS, to apply.

Successful candidates will be trained to work with a number of service users with varying needs and should be able to offer some flexibility to provide cover for staff sickness and annual leave. You will be working as part of a team and should be available to work evenings and weekends, though daytime work is also available.

Beam ABA Services also offer the globally-recognised, industry-accredited Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) training course. You will be supervised by a qualified Behaviour Analyst. We require all Beam staff to adhere to our Code of Conduct.



  • To assist in the design and implementation of person centred programs utilising Applied Behaviour Analysis and Positive Behaviour Support best practice
  • To monitor and take accurate data daily per service users targets
  • To assist service user with self-help skills including personal care and hygiene needs (e.g., toileting, nappy changing, feeding, bathing, nail cutting, and medication)
  • To ensure all programme materials are organised and accessible
  • To model best practice and professionalism at all times
  • Enable service user to improve self-management techniques
  • To attend mandatory trainings, team meetings and self-directed e-learning modules
  • To promote safeguarding and wellbeing for service user to the highest standard
  • To implement restrictive techniques per service users positive handling plan as required
  • Flexibility to support service user during evenings and weekends
  • You will be expected to be on call and agree to work a session at short notice
  • Other duties as required by your manager

Required qualifications and skills

  • Five GCSE's or equivalent
  • Good spoken and written English language skills
  • Good communication skills, capacity to respond in a timely fashion to calls, emails and messages.

Preferred qualifications

  • Undergraduate Degree in Psychology, Counselling, Social Work or related field of work.
  • 1 year of applied experience working with individuals with special needs.
  • Experience utilising the principles and methodology of ABA.
  • Experience of managing challenging behaviour.
  • Full, clean driving license.


  • 25 days paid holiday per year pro-rata.
  • Full training provided.
  • Internationally accredited Registered Behaviour Technician training offered FREE following successful completion of 3-month probation period.
  • Discretionary contribution toward professional accreditation.
  • All staff receive an iPhone for data input, professional correspondence, and team collaboration.
  • Refer a friend scheme in place
  • Team member of the month award
  • Minimum Salary: £16,926
  • Maximum Salary : £18,720
  • Salary Type: Per Annum
  • Job Type: Permanent

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London, England, London, EC2V, United Kingdom

  • Ad ID:  19001673
  • Ad Type:  Offered
  • Posted on:  27/01/2021, 02:57
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