ID Intervention Specialist - Mountain Home (62010)
Since 1987, RISE has provided practical, professional, and personal growth opportunities for children, adults, and their families. With our innovative approach, we are dedicated to transforming the lives of the individuals and families we serve through the delivery of person-centered services.
Our services have expanded from moving individuals living in institutions to family settings into supporting adults and children with highly diverse support needs in a wide variety of homes and community-based settings.
The Intervention Specialist provides direct intervention for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities in a school and/or community setting.
In accordance with the child or adolescent’s plan for treatment, the IS role is to provide intervention services directed toward decreasing the child or adolescent’s maladaptive behaviors and encouraging adaptive behaviors in the classroom or community setting, using reinforcement strategies.
The Intervention Specialist is required to document the progress or regression of goals, coordinate and collaborate with necessary treatment team members to support the child or adolescent, and participate in supervision on a regular basis.
This position is 10-14 hours per week during after-school hours and potentially Saturday hours, if open to working Saturdays.
POSITION EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
- Must be at least eighteen (18) years old and
- Bachelor’s Degree in human service field, or Bachelor’s Degree in a non-human service related field with 24 minimum upper division semester credits in human services field
- Verifiable proof of paid, supervised experience providing services to a child or adolescent with a developmental disability for a minimum of 1,040 hours
- Complete 40 hour RBT training in ABA (provided by the agency)
- OR, hold a current certificate in Habilitative Intervention (HI)
- Have their own reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license and car insurance
- Must provide or obtain CPR/First Aid Certification (provided by the agency)
- Must provide or obtain MANDT and/or other de-escalation certification training, we determined by supervisor (provided by the agency)
- Provide direct 1:1 intervention to a child or adolescent with a developmental disability in accordance with the plan for treatment
- Provide regular written and verbal progress updates on treatment goals
- Collaborate and coordinate services with treatment team members in various settings, including but not limited to teachers, Ancillary Services (PT, OT, Speech), clinicians, etc.
- Provide daily documentation on the progression or regression of goals
- Participate in staff meetings regularly
- Participate in supervision regularly
- Effectively communicate with parents and other providers
- Adhere to State and Federal Guidelines, including Mandated Reporting, HIPAA, and Fraud, Waste and Abuse policies
- Must maintain CPR/First Aid Certification
- Must maintain MANDT or other de-escalation certification as determined by supervisor
- Must complete annual training requirements, as determined by Department Policies and Procedures
- Paid Holidays
- Paid Parental Leave
- Short & Long Term Disability
- AFLAC (Accident, critical illness etc.)
- Life Insurance
- 403(b) Retirement Plan
- Mileage Reimbursement