We are in search of adding new team members to our growing organization. As an employee you will be working with our amazing individuals and staff in a fun and challenging environment. As a Crisis team member you will be responsible for consistent implementation of Individual Support Plans by utilizing applied behavioral analysis principles. You will assist residents in becoming as successful and independent as possible. You will also support their transition to less restrictive and more integrated community settings.
We offer flexible hours and a variety of positions and shifts to choose from! Shifts range from mornings, evenings, overnights, and weekends.
- Ensures that all aspects of crisis intervention follow and meet state and PCMA compliance guidelines, and best practice.
- Identify critical success factors, barriers and paths to sustainability and disseminate them to involved parties.
- Mastering the intricacies and implementation of the Individual Support Plans and Behavior Support Plans (BSP) as well as any other programs/processes needed to provide direct care.
- Taking initiative and demonstrating creativity and enthusiasm when working with individuals including assisting with personal care needs, teaching new skills, and transporting (i.e. medical appointments, shopping, community outings, etc.)
- Committing to teaching and supporting individuals in ways that develop connections and relationships in the community and be fully supportive of them making responsible choices.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Education, experience, training and specific skills to fulfill the primary responsibilities and duties of the job):
Education and Experience
- High School Diploma or equivalent, Required.
- Valid Driver's License
- (REQUIRED) 6 Months of prior Crisis Intervention Experience working with individuals exhibiting crisis behaviors.
- (PREFERRED) 1 year of work experience in serving persons with developmental disabilities; and shall, either within their previous work experience or separately, have a minimum of 40 hours training in crisis intervention techniques prior to providing services.