Now Hiring for a Behavioral Health Assessment Coordinator (Grants Pass)
Partnerships in Community Living Inc.
compensation: Annualized salary of $50,400. Paid every other Friday (approx $4,200/month) employment type: full-time job title: Behavioral Health Assessment Coordinator non-profit organization
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PCL’s Cognitive & Behavioral Health Services Department has one opening for a Behavioral Health Assessment Coordinator (BHAC) to work with people with co-occurring I/DD/Mental Health diagnoses in Jackson & Josephine Counties. This position will serve as a member of an interdisciplinary team. Work emphasis: developing behavioral support documents in accordance with Oregon Administrative Rules and principles of positive behavioral support, development and implementation of presentation material, associated research, presentation development, and providing specialized training for staff and people supported.
Benefits: Paid Leave, Health, Vision, Dental, Life, Retirement Annualized salary of $50,400. Salary payments are made bi-weekly ($1,938) every other Friday (approx $4,200/month). *If a fully qualified candidate cannot be secured, consideration may be made for a BHAC-Apprentice position with preference given to those with both a degree and experience as this is a requirement to become a Behavioral Health Assessment Coordinator. BHAC-Apprentice is a full time/salaried exempt position, $3,800/per month.
Requirements: To qualify for the position you must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in a Social Science field (Psychology, Sociology, Human Services, Education or Social Work) AND be able to document 2 years of experience using Positive Behavioral Supports in the I/DD field.
-Must be at least 18 years old when employment begins.
-Pass a State/Federal Criminal History Check.
-Background screening including employment and education history.
-Pre-employment drug screening (for the use of illegal substances in Oregon).
-Valid Driver’s License with an insurable driving record.
-Be able to be certified and maintain certification with First Aid/CPR.
-Pass a pre-employment computer skills assessment.
Preference given to Applicants with the following:
-Experience in developing and implementing behavior treatment or support plans.
-Knowledge and experience of the Oregon I/DD system.
-Certified to train the Oregon Intervention System.
-Qualified to bill for Behavioral Related Services through the State of Oregon.
-Supervisory & team development experience.
-Experience using Therap data based system.
Job Duties & Responsibilities:
-Support and exemplify PCL’s Mission and Values and Playbook Attributes.
-Complete the job duties of a BHAC.
-Ability to function well in a self directed work team.
-Active use of positive behavior support strategies.
-Participate in an on-call rotation.
-Demonstrate active and ongoing learning and skill improvement related to the position.
-Self-motivated with strong time management skills. This includes the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
-Experienced in the use of word processing program (i.e., Microsoft Word) and spreadsheet program (i.e., Microsoft Excel).
-Strong written and oral communication.
-Experience in training and creative presentations.
-Ability to present at small and large venues.
-Attaining the certification to train Oregon Intervention System within 18 months of hire. *BHAC-Apprentice will be expected to continue to actively work towards becoming a fully qualified BHAC.