Coordinates and provides services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Autism, dual (MH/ID) diagnosis, in Children’s Autism Program or in the IDD Crisis Respite and Crisis Intervention programs. Duties include but are not limited to monitoring and assessing consumer behavior, preparing training plans and teaching consumers social, communication, and coping skills according to formal behavior support plans.  Duties also include demonstrating and teaching applied behavior analysis techniques to consumers and family members.  Training may occur in a family home, in a clinic setting, in the IDD crisis respite facility, in group homes, in school settings, or in Day Habilitation programs.  Additional requirements are maintaining consumer clinical documentation and making recommendations to refer consumers to other programs to meet individual needs. This position may require flexible hours and may require immediate response to crisis situations.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:

  • Facilitates and provides training in ABA techniques, including shaping, prompting, fading, chaining, errorless learning;
  • Conducts parent, group home staff, school staff, Day Habilitation staff, and respite staff training in ABA techniques;
  • Ability to complete preliminary functional analysis, collect, document and graph data;
  • Monitors, documents, and maintains records of consumer activities and progress;
  • Communicates information about consumer progress to the BCBA, and participates as needed in interdisciplinary team planning to assist with treatment plan formulation and implementation;
  • Complies with all safety and health requirements and regulations in accordance with all applicable standards;
  • Performs duties in a manner consistent with the Agency’s mission;
  • Performs related work as assigned

Knowledge, Skills, and Essential Functions

  • Excellent written communication  and computer keyboarding for inputting clinical documentation
  • Duties include but are not limited to monitoring and assessing consumer behavior, preparing training plans, and teaching consumer social, communication, and coping skills.
  • Conduct parent training in ABA techniques
  • Facilitates and provides training in ABA techniques, including shaping, prompting, fading, chaining, errorless learning;
  • Excellent verbal and telephone communication with consumers, staff, and community providers
  • Time management required to meet service goals
  • Frequent travel to provide services for clients, including regional travel about 50% of time and local travel 50% of time.
  • Stooping, bending, sitting, standing, and keyboarding for prolonged periods, lifting up to 30 lbs.
  • Ability to be CPR and PMAB certified
  • Valid driver's license, liability insurance, and reliable transportation required

Education and Experience

  • High school diploma or GED required; RBT Certification preferred
  • 1 year of experience in IDD preferred, with preference given to those who have worked with individuals who have challenging behaviors and provide ABA services
  • A bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, or related field preferred preferred
  • 1 year of case management experience preferred

Hours: M-F 8AM-5PM with nights and weekends as needed

Salary: $30,000-$33,280 annually/$ (depending upon educational level and RBT certification or both)

Benefits:

Heart of Texas Region MHMR strives to offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package that includes:

Employer paid Health Insurance
Employer paid Dental Insurance
Employer paid Life Insurance
Payroll Direct Deposit
10 paid Holidays per year
Generous Paid Time Off (PTO)

Excellent 401-K Retirement Plan (Center will contribute 12% of employee earnings)
              **Certain Requirements Needed**

Location: 1200 Clifton St., Waco, TX

Department: Developmental Services
This is a full time position

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