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Behavior Intervention Specialist II - Slingerlands, NY

Job Information

ID :
#14783085
# of Positions :
1
Minimum Education Level :
Bachelor's Degree
Experience Required :
3+ years
License Required:
WWAARC Insurable Driver's License
Training :
Paid Training Provided
Duration :
Full Time Regular
Shift :
First Shift (Day)
Hours per week:
40

Job Description

 
Warren Washington & Albany Counties ARC has a Behavior Intervention Specialist II position available at our Southern location. This position provides behavioral support to adults with developmental disabilities to help them reach their full potential across many areas including: personal care, community integration and relationship development. As a member of a treatment team the behavior specialist will develop and implement behavior support plans, document progress, provide assistance to staff regarding behavioral issues, and train Direct Support Professionals on various behavior support topics.

Qualifications:
 National Board Certification in Behavior Analysis (BCBA) and a Master’s Degree in behavior analysis or a field closely related to clinical or community psychology that is approved by OPWDD; OR
 Have either a Master’s Degree in a clinical or treatment field of psychology, social work, school psychology applied psychology as it relates to human development and clinical intervention, or a related human services field OR have a NYS license in Mental Health Counseling AND have obtained OPWDD approved specialized training or experience in functional assessment techniques and behavior support plan development; OR
 Bachelor’s Degree in a human services field AND have provided behavioral services for an agency in the OPWDD system as of and continuously since December 31, 2012; AND
 Is working towards a Master’s Degree in an applied area of psychology, social work or special education.
 Valid WWAARC insurable driver’s license and be able to secure and maintain all trainings and certifications required by WWAARC.
 Must be at least 18 years of age.


Scheduled Shifts: Monday - Friday, hours vary depending on the needs of the programs.


We offer: Generous planned time off, and sick time, group health & dental insurance, life insurance, 403(b) retirement plans, HSA & FSA, positive work environment, advancement potential and more.

WWAARC is an Equal Opportunity Employer, disabled, veterans, females, minorities, sexual orientation, gender identity

Company Information

Name :
Description :
Warren, Washington, & Albany Counties ARC is an agency dedicated to serving the needs of people with intellectual or other developmental disability throughout Warren, Washington, and Albany Counties.
Type :
Direct Employer
Address :
436 Quaker Road
Queensbury, NY 12804

Application Information

Instructions :
Please stop by our main office at the address listed about to complete an application or download an application from our website at www.wwaarc.org. WWAARC is an Equal Opportunity Employer, disabled, veterans, females, sexual orientation, gender identity
Online :
Email :
Apply direct or by mail :
Attn: Renee Martin
334 Krumkill Road
Slingerlands, NY 12159
By Phone :
Call Renee Martin at 518-793-4204
By Fax :
Fax to 518-743-9258 Attn : Renee Martin
Job Posting Entered On :
1/22/2018
Job Posting Expires On :
2/21/2018
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