(For MA Level)
Assists with development and implementation of one-on-one and small group intensive behavioral interventions. Creates and facilitates lessons around emotional, behavioral, and physical health. Uses clinical skill to provide one-on-one therapy to students as needed. Under the guidance of the teacher, will provide academic instruction as needed to students in a school, home, or other setting. Monitors schedules, staffing, and documentation of regular scheduled and on-call work activity. Provides one-on-one therapy to students transitioning back into their district school. This includes outreach to schools and possibly homes of students as well as working knowledge of evidenced based practices relevant to providing one-on-one therapy interventions.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
(For BA Level)
Provide on-going supervision of and therapeutic support for consumers enrolled in the Day Treatment Program. To provide assistance in the implementation of the milieu program, including providing emotional support and remedial, individual, and group academic support to students with mild to severe behavioral problems, including students who may be physically and verbally aggressive, enrolled in the Day Treatment program. To participate as a milieu treatment team member.
For MA Level:
The position requires a Master’s degree in early childhood development, psychology, education, or equivalent discipline. Possess and maintain valid driver’s license with an acceptable motor vehicle report and reliable, insured transportation. May require a valid first aid card. Per the RCW 28A.400.303, employees of contractors with school districts that “have regularly scheduled unsupervised access to children” are required to go through FBI fingerprinting.
For BA Level:
Bachelor’s degree in social sciences, counseling, psychology, or other related field. Experience working with adolescents within the structure of an intensive, milieu based program. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Awareness of or working knowledge of Cognitive/Behavioral therapy, Rational/Emotive therapy, behavioral modification, and development theory strongly preferred. Experience working with Special Education population strongly preferred. Educational or classroom management experience preferred. Possess and maintain valid driver’s license with an acceptable motor vehicle report and reliable, insured transportation. Current Food Handler’s Permit required within first month of hire. Ability to obtain an Agency Affiliated License. Per the RCW 28A.400.303, employees of contractors with school districts that “have regularly scheduled unsupervised access to children” are required to go through FBI fingerprinting.
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