Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) Job – Bradley, ME 37616

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Why You'll Love This Job

Are you ready to take the next step in your career development in Behavioral Health? Are you eager to undergo specialized additional training, gain specific applicable skills to advance your career and be reimbursement for your training and earn more while doing so?
We are seeking patient and dedicated BHPs with strong communication skills to partner with our Board-Certified Behavioral Analysts (BCBAs) to work with clients with developmental disabilities, aged 3-21, in our Specialized Rehabilitative and Community Supports (RCS) program. This is a clinical skill building & behavior modification program for children with disabilities using evidence-based practices of Applied Behavioral Analysis to improve social skills, communication, increase independence with daily living skills and to safely regulate behavior. Our BCBA's partner with BHPs to teach and support them in learning the skills to make sure our clients and their families are successful. BHPs will provide one-on-one therapy, assist with parent training, and collect data related to individual behavior plans. This role is based in our clients’ homes and community settings during early morning, afterschool, and evening hours. BHPs may need to use their vehicle to transport clients. This is a part time position with the ability to work up to 40 hours.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities:
  • Implements ABA treatment plans, including skill acquisition and behavior reduction, specific to each child’s individualize plan and goalsWorks one on one with children in a community environment
  • Assists in creating a positive environment including modeling appropriate behavioral interventions, reinforcing positive behaviors and facilitating social interactions between children and families
  • In collaboration with the Board-Certified Behavior Analyst, work with children using ABAs techniques including Verbal Behavior therapy, behavior modification, individual skill acquisition, early intervention, and other designated treatment approaches
  • Responsible for collecting and recording data on all current targets and treatment goals for the child and their family members
  • Records progress in the treatment notes as required by policy
  • Assists the BCBA with parent training utilizing skill-based interventions that can be implemented in the home environment which will decrease behavior problems, teach specific skills and maximize child outcomes

Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:
  • High School Diploma or GED; 
  • Associates or Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Social Work, Psychology, or related field preferred
  • At least one year of experience working with children in a supervised setting. Prefer applicants that have experience working with children with disabilities, behavior disorders, or who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Must obtain or have an existing BHP Provisional Certificate within 30 Days of date of hire and Full Certification within one year.  We reimburse for time and training upon  receiving certification.
  • Must be willing to obtain the Registered Behavioral Technician certification. We reimburse for time and training  upon  receiving the certification
  • General computer and Microsoft office experience required
  • Reliable transportation and valid driver’s license
  •  Willingness to work in families’ homes

Benefits: include competitive wages, tuition reimbursement/loan forgiveness and medical, dental and vision insurance, STD/LTD, life insurance, paid time off, paid holidays and 401k to those meeting billable requirements.
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