The Behavior Support Specialist position: Develops and maintains behavior support plans which utilize positive strategies and are based on Functional Behavioral Assessments
Identifies treatment modalities/strategies, behavioral goals and intervention techniques that are proactive, strength’s based, non-aversive and individualized to meet the individual’s needs; Collects and evaluates behavioral data; Observe individuals in various; settings; Conducts training related to the implementation of the behavior support plans for the participant, family member and staff; Monitors implementation of the behavior support plan and revises as needed; Meet with Assistant Directors to review caseload to ensure utilization of positive strategies that are based on the appropriate assessment tools.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in psychology, social work, special education, or related human service field and two years of experience working with people with IDD and Autism.  Must have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record.