Job Description

3 Positions Available

General Description:

To provide technical-level assistance to School based and district staff in the implementation and progress monitoring of Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP) for students with challenging behaviors.

Key Responsibilities:

To conduct classroom observations using standard behavioral measurements techniques which include partial interval recording and time sampling methods.
To develop and create appropriate materials needed to implement strategies outlined in individual student BIPs (i.e. visual schedules, token boards, visuals, etc.).
To participate as part of school team to manage all levels of crisis intervention according to district policy and as outlined in the district’s Crisis Prevention (CPI) training.
To implement behavior strategies and data collection techniques as outlined on individual student BIPs under direct supervision of the classroom teacher and/or Supervisor of Behavior Programs in all areas of the school.
To assist in the maintenance of student hygiene, i.e. toileting, etc. as outlined in the individual student BIP.
To ride a bus with a student when needed, to assist in the implementation of behavior strategies and data collection techniques as outlined by the Individual Education Plan (IEP) team or individual student BIP.
To participate in professional development provided by the District to enhance skills needed for working with students with disabilities and basic principles of applied behavior analysis.
To attend the district’s CPI professional development and annual refresher courses.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by Supervisor.

Requirements:

High School diploma or equivalent and Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Certification (RBT certification preferred)

At least three (3) years experience working with students with disabilities