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Position Summary: The Behavior Health Technician (BHT), formally TSS, works with the collaboration of a treatment team which may include a Mobile Therapist, Behavior Consultant, teachers, vocational training counselors, medical providers and especially family members. Parent education and support is essential. Services are available in Allegheny, Butler, and Beaver counties.
Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) provide behavioral health treatment to children up to age 21 who have a current DSM or ICD mental health diagnosis and require behavioral support. The services use professional staff and natural supports to create a network of support around an identified child and their family. Services can be rendered in a child’s home, community or school location dependent upon the child and family’s needs.
Services include utilizing expertise to help families in implementing an individual treatment plan (ITP) developed by the lead clinician and based on their goals and objectives. The use of community resources to achieve maximum improvement in the child’s functioning with minimum disruption to the family unit is key.
Individuals who provide individual services through BHT shall meet ONE of the following:
Have a high school diploma (employees qualifying in this category will be required to complete an agency-provided 40-hour RBT Task List training)
Have two or more years of experience providing behavioral health services (BHT) OR Have at least two years’ worth of experience providing ABA services - employees qualifying in this category will be required to complete 40 hours of ABA specific training or to furnish documentation of prior completion of such training. (BHT-ABA)
Have a certification as a BCaBA
Have a certification as an RBT
Have a certification as a BCAT
Have a behavior health or behavior analysis certification from an appropriately accredited organization
Must have access to the audio / visual / verbal technology to provide direct services to the clients and to perform essential job functions
Must complete and pass Crisis / Physical Intervention training (as modified for IBHS).
Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
Must have a valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record.
Must be able to adjust hours to job requirements.
Must have access to a telephone.
Must be eligible for PA State Police clearance, PA Child Abuse History Clearance, FBI Clearance, Arrest / Conviction Report and Certification Form, and Act 168 forms.
Must be able to identify with the agency Mission Statement and support the agency’s core values
POSITION SPECIFIC CORE COMPETENCIES:
Be a participating member of the child and family treatment team and coordinate efforts with other treatment team members.
Be aware of all mental health and human service professionals involved with a child and family and be familiar with all services provided by these professionals.
Communicate with youth, family / foster family; offer honesty, respect and a caring relationship to the child, family, and other involved staff.
Participate in program development, BHT meetings as scheduled, and required training opportunities as requested.
Maintain open communication in supervision with the Lead Clinician and Clinical Supervisors / Director.
Complete and submit all paperwork in accordance with agency’s expectations.
Implement specific interventions to assist child in developing age appropriate daily living skills and behavior repertoires.
Must meet agency productivity standards.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL POSSESS A DEMONSTRATED KNOWLEDGE IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
Clinical based practices including DSM 5 diagnoses, clinical interventions, etc.
Applied Behavior Analysis concepts
Crisis intervention and prevention skills
Individualized or one-on-one mental health interventions
Child Protective Services Law
Juvenile Justice System
Positive Behavior Supports
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Job Location: Beaver Falls, PA, United States
Position Type: Full-Time/Regular
Who We Are: Founded in 1854 by the Rev. Dr. William Passavant in Zelienople, Pennsylvania, Glade Run has evolved over the years to meet the changing and increasingly challenging needs of children, adults and families throughout Western Pennsylvania and beyond. With a focus on education, mental health, autism, and unique therapeutic offerings, Glade Run has a long tradition of linking faith and service. Last year, Glade Run served over 5,000 individuals with impactful, innovative services in school, home, and community settings. Equal Opportunity Employer
What We Offer – Community Mental Health Programs (Must meet eligibility requirements- see policies/plan documents for complete requirements and eligibility)
Comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, paid time off, and 401K offerings with agency match
Agency provided life insurance and long-term disability coverage
Paid mileage for traveling between client sites and offices
Paid training and administrative time
Licensure Supervision for FREE!
Approved Agency for Public Student Loan Forgiveness
New Hire Incentive Bonuses
Employee Referral Bonus Incentives
Employee Assistance Program
Partnership with Capella University offering scholarships, tuition discounts, and free professional development opportunities
Glade Run is Sanctuary certified – we provide a supportive, respectful environment for our clients and our staff where shared governance, open communication, social learning and responsibility, non-violence, emotional intelligence, and growth and change are paramount in all aspects of our programming