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Behavior Consultant

Location:

Washington, Pennsylvania, United States

Date published:

12-Aug-2020

The BCIS Behavior Consultant is responsible for providing specialized behavioral support to individuals who may demonstrate behavioral challenges because of limited social skills, communication skills, mental health symptoms, or developmental delays.  This position provides clinical oversight of all treatment and provides specialized interventions to consumers.

The BC will be working in the Canon-McMillan School District .  This is a Temporary position.


ESSENTIAL JOB RESULTS AND FUNCTIONS:

 

Provides clinical oversight of all aspects of treatment

By developing and overseeing the individualized, comprehensive behavioral intervention and treatment plans to assist in the increase of adaptive behaviors to replace or modify challenge behaviors of a disruptive or destructive nature

Supports active participation of the entire treatment team

By providing consumer-centered and family-focused planning; by providing training of and consultation with family members, friends, providers, and other supports in the purpose objectives, methods, and documentation of the behavioral intervention and treatment plans 

Provides crisis intervention support

By developing a crisis intervention plan that identifies appropriate crisis intervention support; by responding to behavioral episodes manifested by acute symptoms of sufficient severity 

Supports the relevant data analysis of the behavioral support plan

By conducting Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA) of behaviors and causes and providing on-going analysis of assessment findings of behavior to be targeted; by monitoring and analyzing data collected during the behavioral support plan implementation based on the goals of the treatment plan 

Participates in required meetings, evaluations, supervision and trainings

By collaborating with all members of the treatment team and participating, when necessary, in all required meetings, assessments, evaluations, trainings and supervision, per agreement with supervisor

IMPACT OF RESULTS:

Directly interacts with consumers and impacts overall wellness and mental health based on effectiveness of implemented clinical modalities; directly impacts the customer service experience and continued business relationship of those parties.

                

EDUCATION  

Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, Education, or similar human services field; BCBA preferred

Clearances: (Prospective employee must have the following clearances before their first day)

PA State Child Abuse Clearance (Upon hire, prior to working with clients, and every year thereafter)

Pennsylvania State Criminal Background Check (Upon hire, prior to working with clients and every year thereafter)

FBI Clearance - Department of Human Services 


EXPERIENCE

At least 1 year of experience in the field of Applied Behavioral Analysis.           

WORK LOCATION

Home, school, or community setting – as outlined in individual consumer treatment plan

TRAVEL

Up to 100% of travel between appointment sites or other locations – as outlined in program requirements


FBR is an Equal Opportunity Employer

FBR provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment free from unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation or any other status protected by local, state, or federal law.