Residential Awake at Night
- Job ID
- Direct Care
- Regular Full-Time
- Work Hours
- 9 P.M. - 8 A.M.
- Mental and Behavior Health
The Residential Awake at Night (BHPP or BHT) is a residential program team member responsible for the supervision of the residential site, and the safety of its clients, during the night shift. Responsible for the completion of duties involved or assigned
- Reports to assigned site/client(s) as scheduled; follows agency attendance policies; submits accurate record of hours worked on a weekly basis.
- Attends to client’s physical and/or self-care needs, to include rendering emergency aid; safeguards client rights, including reporting of abuse when required
- Becomes familiar with and implements ABC treatment plans, safety/crisis plans and crisis management techniques; utilizes interventions based on Positive Behavioral Support
- Adheres to all licensing requirements for the site/program/agency.
- Transports clients in emergency situations. Maintains ADOT required vehicle documentation. Maintains cleanliness and maintenance protocols for agency vehicles.
- Follows agency purchasing and accounting procedures.
- Maintains cleanliness of, and follows maintenance protocols for, the residential site
- Follows medication protocols, including documentation, observation of self-administration; blood borne pathogens precautions; and medication counts
- Regularly observes clients at the site to ensure their safety; conducts regular alarm checks
- Completes data collection from point sheets and behavior data sheets
- Completes daily reports, progress notes, incident reports and communication log; completes assigned filing and file audits.
- Attends regularly scheduled House Meetings (1/wk.), All Staff Meetings (1/mo.), and other meetings as required.
- Completes all training required by licensing and/or agency, or as requested by supervisor
- High School Diploma, GED or Associate's degree and six (6) weeks of behavioral health experience (BHPP) OR Bachelor's degree in a field related to behavioral health with prior work experience preferred (BHT) OR any bachelor's degree with at least one year of verifiable work experience in a behavioral health setting (BHT).
- Minimum 21 years of age
- CPR, First Aid and Crisis Intervention (CPI) certification (Employer provides)
- Arizona Driver’s License and 39-month driving record that meets insurance requirements; Arizona minimum liability Insurance coverage ($15,000) to meet insurance requirements
- DPS Level I fingerprint clearance or eligible to obtain one upon hire.
- Physical examination report including a current negative TB test result (Employer provides)