BEHAVIOR COACH (Paraprofessional) - PINAL COUNTY
- Job ID
- Direct Care
- Work Hours
- Mental and Behavior Health
The Behavior Coach I (BHPP) is a program team member providing direct treatment services to enrolled members, while implementing Intermountain Centers’ applied behavioral program.
CANDIDATES HIRED FOR THIS POSITION WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO COMPLETE COURSEWORK AND CERTIFICATION TO BECOME A REGISTERED BEHAVIOR TECHNICIAN!
- Reports to assigned location as scheduled; follows agency attendance policies; submits accurate record of hours worked on a weekly basis.
- Implements treatment plan goals by providing behavioral health covered services (skills development, family support, etc.) to members
- Collects, completes, corrects and re-completes consistent and reliable individualized data, including ongoing behavior tracking data and required daily reports.
- Conducts individual and group services.
- Adheres to all licensing requirements for the site/program/agency.
- At times may transport members to locations in the community, such as doctor appointments or recreational activities, using a motor vehicle.
- Maintains required vehicle documentation; maintains cleanliness and maintenance protocols for agency vehicles.
- Closely observes members, to ensure their safety, and appropriate participation in program activities.
- Completes progress notes, incident reports and other data sheets within the required time frame.
- Works with members of the treatment team and other programs ensuring service provision to members.
- Participates in supervision as required
- Participates in clinical rounds or care management process as required.
- Adheres to agency policy on the provision of services and administrative role.
- Attends CFT’s and ART’s when required; attends regularly scheduled Team Meetings, and other meetings as required.
- Follows agency purchasing and accounting procedures.
- Completes all training required by licensing and/or agency, or as requested by supervisor.
- Education - High School diploma or GED required; Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree preferred.
- Experience – Has, or attains 6 weeks of verifiable supervised behavioral health work experience.
- Regulatory -
- Minimum 21 years of age.
- Current, valid Arizona Driver’s License, 39 month Motor Vehicle Report and proof of vehicle registration and liability coverage to meet insurance requirements.
- Eligible for DPS Level I fingerprint clearance.
- First Aid, CPR and Crisis Intervention (CPI) certification (Employer provides).
- Physical examination report including a current, negative TB test result, within 12 months prior. (Employer provides).