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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.
The Clinical Supervisor of Children’s Developmental Services (CS) will train and supervise Adult Staff, School Staff, and Intervention services, to ensure quality and safety. The Clinical Supervisor will also provide direct service to our participants, as needed.
The Clinical Supervisor will be the primary point of contact for each family on their caseload. The Clinical Supervisor will meet all necessary programming paperwork deadlines, review requirements, complete intervention assessments and baselines, and keep accurate files and documentation that meets regulatory body requirements. Lastly, the CS will stay compliant within non-direct ratios, according to caseload size.
POSITION EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
- Currently a BCBA or have a Masters in ABA (preferred)
- Current hold a valid Habilitative Intervention (HI) Certification (required)
- Two (2) years minimum experience providing intervention and ABA services to children with disabilities
- Experience writing and implementing behavioral therapies required
- Two (2) years supervisory experience (required)
- Three (3) years experience providing formal supervision of individuals with developmental disabilities (preferred)
- Valid driver’s license, car insurance, reliable transportation
- Must be able to pass pre-employment drug test and on-going random screenings
- Must provide or obtain CPR/First Aid Certification (provided by the agency)
- Must provide or obtain MANDT and/or other de-escalation certification training,
- Must be able to pass State and Federal Background Check through the Department of Health and Welfare
- Ability to communicate effectively through oral and written communications
- Demonstrated ability to work independently and interdependently
- Ability to work in a fast-paced and varying environments
- Ability to handle flexible scheduling
- Strong time management skills
- Strong organizational skills
ESSENTIAL POSITION FUNCTIONS
Program Oversight Responsibilities:
- Completes necessary documentation and paperwork to ensure compliance with regulatory bodies, including but not limited to, evaluations, treatment plans, treatment reviews/authorizations, and amendments
- Reviews staff documentation to ensure compliance with regulatory bodies and services provided are exemplary of evidence-based practice standards
- Serves as primary contact for families maintained on staff caseloads and provides and documents ongoing support and communication to families
- Create and maintain files and QA’s
- Provides general performance management of School Staff, Adult Staff, and Habilitative Staff, including but not limited to, regular supervision and observation of services provided by staff, annual performance appraisal, training, caseload assignments, and documentation review
- Ensures that all Staff receive a minimum of 12 hours per year of training according to DDA guidelines (6 in behavior for HI staff)
- Ensure staff HI certificates, CPR/First Aid training, and MANDT trainings are acquired and renewed without lapse
- Reviews staff time off requests for coordination of scheduling and reviews time sheets for accuracy
Direct Service Responsibilities:
- Maintains a direct caseload and performs duties as required in accordance with regulatory bodies, including but not limited to, providing individual and group care, identifying baselines at intake, implementing PIP goals and taking appropriate data, completing session note narrative, completing annual paperwork
- Maintaining non-direct/direct service ratios, as assigned
- Providing backup support for absent staff as needed
- Models and ensures staff uphold professional code of conduct, mission and values of the organization at all times
- Participates in meetings with internal and external stakeholders, as needed
- Maintains the highest quality and ethical standards of care for individuals served
Full-time employees are offered the following benefits:
- Paid time off/Holidays
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