Work closely with members of the administrative and clinical team members regarding the plan’s development and implementation. Provide support of the clinical philosophy, and maintenance of a safe and therapeutic environment for the resident, staff and overall community.
Collaborate with inter-disciplinary team members involved in individuals’ focused support services relative to opportunity and community living.
Provide emergency consultation in crisis situations.
Attend and actively participate in team, clinical and outside meetings and supervision as directed.
Represent the program in a professional manner and model leadership and boundaries with staff and consumers at all times.
All other duties as requested.
Three years experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities a plus, as is coursework or experience working with people who have special mental health needs and/or have a dual diagnosis.
One year of experience completing Functional Behavioral Assessments as well as implementing Behavior Support Plans guided by Positive Behavior Supports.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) a plus.
Minimum Bachelor's Degree (Master’s Degree a plus) in Applied Behavior Analysis, Social Work, Counseling, Education or closely related Human Service field from an accredited university.
Ability to effectively communicate both verballyand in written form.
Ability to support and implement RHD values and beliefs.
Ability to speak frankly, honestly, and appropriately about sex and sexual matters.
Ability to engage clients and staff in effective, therapeutic and healthy interactions.
Ability to think holistically and creatively.
Strong organizational, clinical, and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work both independently and as a member of an interdisciplinary team.
Ability to think strategically and tactically.
Must have a valid drivers license.