Behavior Modification Assistant
The Behavior Modification Assistant (BMA) is responsible for assisting in assessing individual’s needs, developing and implementing residential and habilitation support plans with goals and methods, communicating with team members, evaluating and documenting outcomes, and maintaining or modifying the plan and performing related work as required. The BMA serves as a principal provider of behavior modification services to the work site team.
Qualifications & Requirements To qualify you must have:
•Behavior modification theory/techniques sufficient to design and/or implement behavior management components of treatment plans
•Developmental disabilities and behavior problems sufficient to understand the physical and psychological limitations they put on human development
•Therapeutic intervention techniques sufficient to control aggressive or violent behavior
•Read and write English sufficient to understand and follow directions, assist in the delivery of client programs, and write instructions for subordinate staff
•Collect and summarize data sufficient to document program delivery and client progress by observing and charting behaviors and measuring the duration and frequency of inappropriate behavior
•Provide ongoing work direction and training to other staff
•Perform basic health care procedures, such as taking vital signs and administering medications.
Must possess and maintain a valid Driver’s License
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