$24 per hour
$1,000 sign-on bonus
Are you looking to make a difference and promote healthy and happy lives? Do you have a passion for working with individuals with disabilities and significant life challenges helping them to achieve their fullest potential? If so, consider joining us here at Seven Hills Rhode Island where our CORE VALUES include Respect & Kindness, Integrity, Teamwork, Innovation, and Service to Others.
Behavior Specialist Assistants are responsible for providing direct support to individuals with unique behavioral and/or mental health challenges. In this role you will ensure the residents are living a safe, healthy, and fulfilled life. This position supports continued development of skills and abilities while respecting and celebrating the individuals’ culture, talents, and contributions and following the Individual and Behavior Support Plan. The goal is to provide each member with a comfortable, safe home, keeping them closely connected to family members, friends, and their community. The Behavior Specialist Assistant is responsible for monitoring and collecting data.
Benefits for Full-time employees:
*Benefits are based on position and scheduled hours
Behavior Specialist Assistant is responsible for the overall physical, psychological and emotional health and safety of the participants living in one of our residential homes in the community. Provides supports as written in the individual’s support plan that may include personal care, physical lifting and therapeutic holds. Assists with an individual’s environment such as cleaning, laundry, shopping, cooking, and budgeting. Provides assistance to the Behavior Specialist and Clinical Director in the development of teaching procedures for the implementation of each of the goals and objectives in the Individual Support Plan. Assists the Behavior Specialist in the analysis of data collected and development of graphic data presentations to determine teaching program effectiveness. Facilitates and monitors crisis intervention and prevention responses when indicated. Encourages the development of new relationships and contacts by assisting people to be active in their communities and home life. When applicable, follows clinical orders and ensures that medications and treatments are administered following proper medical procedures.
Behavior Specialist Assistants are provided a paid New Employee Orientation and receive training on CPR/First Aid, Safety Care, Defensive Driving, and Medication Administration. Comprehensive program-specific training at the work site is also provided.
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