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New opportunities to join PBS4!

PBS4 has been in high demand recently, and we have gone through some significant changes. As a result we are starting planning for our Strategy goal that by 2022 we will be established as independent branches in the four counties we operate in – Hampshire, Dorset, Berkshire, and Oxfordshire.

To prepare for this we are looking for exceptional candidates to join us to help us on our next steps. Please click on the hyperlinks below to find details of how to apply.

We are looking for three Area Managers – one for Hampshire, one for Dorset, and one for Berkshire/Oxfordshire. The Area Manager will be our CQC Registered Manager for this location and oversee the Enablement Managers who manage our support teams. They will be responsible for ensuring the quality of the support that is delivered, ensuring PBS4’s values, policies, and practices are adhered to, and ensuring PBS4 are engaging effectively with people we support, families, commissioners, partner organisations, and local communities.

We are looking for a PBS Clinician to support our teams in Berkshire/Oxfordshire. This role will work in partnership with the Area Manager to ensure there is clinical leadership of our teams, and evidence based Positive Behaviour Support is fully implemented. We are ideally looking for a Learning Disability Nurse of Board Certified Behaviour Analyst to join us. We would be willing to consider other professions if they demonstrate the right skills.

Finally, we are looking for a Senior PBS Clinician to oversee our team of clinicians, ensure there is strategy and process in place to deliver high quality Positive Behaviour Support and support the senior team in ensuring quality throughout our teams. It will also be expected that direct clinical input will be provided.

It is an exciting time to be joining PBS4, and these new roles will be fundamental in supporting us to achieve the next stages in our development. We are committed to leading by example what high quality support for people with learning disabilities should look like. Could you be the right candidate to take a role in leading these developments?

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