Behavior Consulting Coordinator
Job Title: Behavior Consulting Coordinator
Reports To: Programs and Services Director
Position Status: Full-Time
Exempt Status: Exempt
Working Environment: 90 Indoors (%) 10 Outdoors (%)
Position Summary: The primary role of this position is to manage the consulting department including cases, marketing, and referrals. The Behavior Consulting Coordinator supervises the Behavior Analyst and Behavior Specialist. This role includes conducting Applied Behavior Analysis, developing behavioral intervention plans, carrying out competency-based caregiver training, conducting data analysis, and integrity monitoring, implementing intervention plans, training and supervising direct service providers, and conducting workshops and seminars. This position requires travel.
Education Requirements: Master’s Degree or higher in a behavioral sciences or related field with at least 4,000 hours of post-master’s supervised experience in the delivery of clinical services or demonstrated expertise in positive support services.
Must have competency in the areas of ethical considerations, functional assessment, functional analysis, measurement of behavior and interpretation of data, selected intervention outcomes and strategies, behavior reduction and elimination strategies, data collection, staff and care giver training, support plan monitoring and knowledge of mental or neurocognitive disorders
Previous Experience Requirements: 4,000 hours of post-master’s supervised experience and/or training
Other Knowledge & Skill Requirements:
• Maintains a valid Class D driver's license
• Reads & understands, speaks fluently, and writes legibly the English language
• Ability to obtain and maintain CPR - 1st Aid Certification encouraged – will provide certification training if needed
• Leadership and delegation
• Role Model - appropriate behavior to client and staff
• Autonomy - ability to work without immediate supervision
• Communication skills
• Decision making skills
• Ability to accept and follow change
Essential Job Functions:
Manage the consulting department and team including cases, referrals, and marketing of the services.
Provide supervision and direction to behavior consulting staff to ensure timely completion of Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA), development and implementation of Behavior Support Plans (BSP) or Positive Support Plans (PSP) and training of caregivers/team members.
Assist with the completion of FBAs, BSPs, PSPs and training of caregivers/team members.
Review and analyze reports, FBAs, BSPs, and/or PSPs to ensure accuracy and thoroughness of the documents.
Provide leadership to behavior consulting staff through facilitating training, conducting meetings; monitoring work, managing performance, and coaching to ensure effective completion of job duties. Address employee performance concerns as needed.
Assist in the development of community/seminar/workshop trainings in the areas of behavior management strategies and related topics.
Participate in Functional Analysis (FA), and other specialized assessments.
Communicate the progress of service cases to the Programs and Services Director as needed or requested.
Ensure compliance to state and county regulations governing the programs by reviewing all license requirements and completion status.
Complete two hours of volunteer services each calendar year from among the approved list of community sites.
Openly and frequently communicate to clients and teams with empathic verbal communication and listening skills.
When requested, assist with OMI client behavior plans, goals, trainings.
Actively participate and contribute in at least one Organizational committee.
Participate in Organizational events and activities.
Professionally represent the Organization and department to current employees, volunteers, vendors and the community.
Maintain a clean and organized work environment.
Observe all company policies, rules, and safety practices.
Maintains ethical standards.
Perform other duties as assigned
• Fast pace, office and client home environment
• Regularly work with others.
• The noise level in the office is generally moderate.
The tasks of this position generally require duties to be performed by:
• Occasionally and at times frequently lift up to 50 lbs, occasionally lift and move 100 lbs to waist height with team assistance.
• Regularly sit for duration of shift.
• Occasionally require to walk, stand, or stoop.
• Coordinated use of hands and fingers to grasp, feel objects, transfer small items from one hand to another, fine manipulation, and bilateral reach with arms.
• Use of close vision, color vision, peripheral vison, and ability to adjust focus.
• Interpersonal sensitivity and conflict management skills
• Good judgment-including ability to evaluate, make decision, and anticipate consequences
• Initiative and motivation to learn