Creating opportunities for people to learn and achieve their goals.
Community Partnerships of Idaho (CPI) is seeking individuals who thrive in a diverse, collaborative, and growth-oriented work environment, and who want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities. CPI is seeking individuals who want a place to grow and learn.
CPI provides supportive career development that allows professionals to explore their passions and step into leadership roles. CPI believes in creating opportunities for people to learn and achieve their goals, and we pride ourselves in our company values of integrity, personal dignity, relationships, and innovation.
At CPI, you will receive robust training and professional development opportunities, opportunities for promotion, and a diverse professional track that supports your passions.
Behavioral Health Specialists work with both children and adults in a variety of settings that can including: within our communities, the individuals’ home, at our facility, and/or in a school-based setting.
Behavioral Health Specialists will provide individualized service, in a one-on-one school-based setting. As a Behavioral Health Specialists, you will provide encouragement and support to help address specific skill-building needs.
Our goal is to help each individual develop and improve their coping, social, and communication skills, as well as their ability to manage behaviors that might negatively impact their life.
POSITION EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
- Bachelor’s Degree in a human service related field
- Ability to work in a school-based setting.
- Excellent communication and organizational skills.
- One year mental health experience, preferred
- Community Based Rehabilitation Service (CBRS) experience, preferred
- Certified Child & Family Resiliency Practitioner (CFRP) certification, preferred
- Assist the student in gaining and utilizing skills necessary to participate in school. Skills training in behavior control, social skills, communication skills, appropriate interpersonal behavior, symptom management, activities of daily living, study skills, and coping skills are types of interventions.
- Promote the student’s ability to participate in educational services, as defined in Section 850 of rule, through a consistent, assertive, and continuous intervention process.
- Implement replacement behaviors with the purpose to prevent or treat behavioral conditions of students who exhibit maladaptive behaviors.
- Provide assistance to access classroom and class special activities (i.e. P.E., music, computer lab)
Full-time employees are offered the following benefits:
- Paid time off/Holidays
$15.00 – $17.00 DOE
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Download Application of Employment here.