The BSS provides behavioral support to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Behavior Support Specialists provide support in a variety of settings, including group homes, day programs and other locations in the community. With a focus on enhancing the individual’s current social, communication, vocational and life skills and his or her quality of life, the BSS provides assessment, identifies strategies, and develops support plans. They also facilitate staff and caregiver training, as well as coordinate services with the individual, agency staff, other service providers and county supports coordinators.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree

Paid Training opportunities for all employees.

Full Time Benefits: Excellent Health and Dental Insurance

11 Paid Holidays

Generous Paid Leave Time

Salary increases based on relevant work experience and master’s degree.