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Associate Behavior Consultant
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1. Job Identification
Job Title: BEHAVIOR CONSULTANT
Location: Vacaville, CA
Reports to: Clinical Director
2. Job Summary
The Behavior Consultant is responsible to support individuals with developmental disabilities and improve the quality of their lives through the development and implementation of behavior plans. To write individualized behavior plans and goals. To conduct in-service and other related trainings to staff. To assess clients’ progress regularly.
3. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge Required: Knowledge of behavior interventions as supported by Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), knowledge of state and federal laws, knowledge of Regional Center, Department of Social Services, Department of Developmental Services, and State Council on Developmental Disabilities. Knowledge of Title 17 and 22, knowledge of Individual Program Plans, clinical knowledge, knowledge of behavior modification programming and technical proficiency.
Skills Required: Presentation skills, organization skills, time management skills, leadership skills, analytical skills, good written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills, multi-tasking skills, independent judgment and decision making skills, critical thinking, active listening, interpretation, reading comprehension, teamwork, behavior management, clinical skills, problem-solving, coaching, persuading, negotiating, teaching, comparing, classifying, analyzing, coordinating, innovating, strategizing, interact effectively with management, social perceptiveness, maintain confidentiality, detail oriented, flexibility, adaptability, prioritize.
Abilities Required: Ability to work with a diverse population, ability to work with clients with behaviors, positive attitude, work ethic, responsibility, self-discipline, creativity, multi-cultural awareness, empathy, concentration, research, training, ability to establish rapport with staff and residents and ability to thoroughly write detailed reports.
4. Education and Experience
Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree in related field, ABA training. CPI. CPR/FA.
Minimum Experience: 2 years experience working in the behavioral health field with people with developmental disabilities, writing reports and creating activities that help decrease interfering behaviors.
Minimum Driving Experience: Must have 5 years of continuous driving experience.
5. Essential Functions
Assist program managers in creating activity materials that can decrease interfering behaviors and meet with Administrators to discuss behavior issues and plans for behavior modification
Visit adult residential facilities and day programs to observe the clients’ behaviors, check the environment to identify if anything needs to be modified, talk with staff and clients, and observe the clients’ performance during activities
Write reports for Individual Program Plans for each client
Observe and monitor new clients during the baseline period, review the data and write individualized behavior plans
Create/conduct new hire orientation training as well as in-service trainings for staff
Fulfill required hours at the adult residential facilities by spending time consulting with each resident, including report writing and data review
Review electronic client notes system by reading staff notes, providing feedback to staff, inputting notes during visits and reviewing data for reporting purposes
Attend departmental clinical meetings as well as annual IPP meetings for adult residential facility residents
Performs other related duties and assignments as required
6. Career Path
Career pathing can differ with each individual’s knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience. Lateral moves are sometimes beneficial to attaining one’s ultimate desired position.
Clinical Director - Behavior Consultant
7. Physical Requirements
The Behavior Consultant frequently works in an indoor office setting and occasional outdoor environment. Occasional lifting 50 lbs. plus. Occasional bending, pushing and pulling. Frequent standing, walking, sitting driving, traveling, keying, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, repetitive hand and finger movement.
8. Other Requirements
This position will require a valid California ID or Driver’s License. Candidate must successfully pass all pre-employment requirements, including but not limited to background check, physical etc. If required to drive, candidate must possess proof of valid insurance and registration.