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22 February 2021

Join our Positive Behaviour Support Associate Consultant Team!

We are seeking to expand our team of Positive Behaviour support (PBS) Associate Consultants at The Centre of Positive Behaviour Support at Bild. Our PBS Associate Consultants deliver workforce development programmes through both face to face and blended learning methods.

We are looking for people who have enthusiasm and a drive to improve people’s lives, and who would be excited to deliver these highly regarded PBS programmes and qualifications.

We will expect you to have a bank of experience or knowledge in either health, education or social care sectors and a qualification in PBS or equivalent. You will need to show us how you can motivate teams to implement strategies that make a difference and enhance quality of life.

We also expect that you have kept up to date with developments in Positive Behaviour Support and take a holistic view of support needed at all tiers.

You should be committed to partnership working and have a really good understanding of capable environments  as well as functional assessment and recognise that trauma may well play a part in life experiences of some autistic people and people with learning disabilities.

We also welcome applications from different professional groups with an interest in PBS, for examples speech and language therapists and occupational therapists.

If you are successful you will need to commit to working a minimum of 50 hours per year.

To apply, please fill in our online application form and send your CV to Gail Pardoe at

Please apply by filling in this online application form>

If  you want to discuss the associate post before applying, please email Sarah Leitch at

Interviews will be held online in the last 2 weeks of March.

We can offer free Bild membership, regular support and CPD through an Associate Consultant’s Community of Practice chaired by Professor Edwin Jones where you will have the opportunity to contribute to the development of PBS alongside UK and international colleagues.