- Master’s degree and Board Certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), OR DHS approved Level 2 Behavior Therapist,
- At least one year experience working with people with developmental disabilities,
- Basic computer proficiencies,
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills,
- Valid driver’s license, proof of insurance, and reliable transportation to travel program sites as necessary,
- Flexible work hours, when necessary, to meet the needs of individuals’ served.
- Administers, conducts, and evaluates the implementation of behavioral assessment measures and functional assessment measures,
- Develops individualized Behavior Support Plans based on functional assessment data,
- Ensures appropriate behavioral data systems are implemented, and behavior data is collected and analyzed monthly,
- Trains staff on the proper implementation of behavior plans, data collection systems, and all monitoring and reporting systems,
- Ensures timely entry of all behavioral events, assessments, and plans in the Harmony system,
- Facilitates referral process for individuals to receive behavioral and therapy services,
- Participates in Committees and meetings as requested,
- Provides on-call crisis supports for individuals served,
- Ensures required documentation of services in accordance with Medicaid Waiver requirements,
- Documents billable hours according to DHS regulations,
- Maintains enrollment as a Medicaid Provider and abide by Medicaid regulations,
- Participation in on-call rotation to provide support to staff and individuals during crisis situations,
- Demonstrates kindness, courtesy, flexibility, responsiveness and consistency in meeting individual and program needs.
- Support the Mission Statement and agency values of Search,
- Maintain compliance with personnel policies as stated in the employee handbook,
- Demonstrate an understanding of the Corporate Compliance policy including the employee work rules and state/federal regulations related to services provided by Search,
- Maintain daily documentation and record keeping on individual progress on goals established in their service plans,
- Complete incident reports according to policy,
- Present yourself in a professional manner as a representative of Search to all stakeholders, including individuals served, family members, guardians, medical professionals, community members, and representatives from affiliated agencies,
- Demonstrate leadership abilities by working cooperatively with Search colleagues, encouraging teamwork, respecting differing viewpoints, and demonstrating the ability to solve problems creatively from an agency-wide perspective,
- Manage assigned workload effectively by meeting established deadlines,
- Advocate for individual rights and services,
- Pursue opportunities for continued learning within Search and externally,
- Other duties as assigned.
- Demonstrate kindness, courtesy, flexibility, responsiveness and consistency in meeting individual and program needs,
- Participate in the development of individual behavioral approaches and behavioral tracking,
- Provide individuals with supportive counseling, conflict resolution and problem solving assistance on an on-going basis and at times of crisis.
Cleanliness and Order
- Maintain the physical environment, grounds, and vehicles according to Search standards for cleanliness and order on a daily basis,
- Demonstrate respect for program materials and furnishings.