Creating opportunities for people to learn and achieve their goals.
Our Nampa location is currently looking for a dedicated individual to fulfill our Habilitative Interventionist position!
Habilitative Intervention is a highly individualized service, provided in a one-on-one setting. The goal of this service is to help decrease challenging behaviors while increasing the child’s communication skills, socialization skills, ability to engage in appropriate play, and independence. The Habilitative Interventionist will implement therapy goals in daily therapeutic sessions with children who have a developmental disability and/or who exhibit challenging behaviors. Habilitative Interventionists will also advise and assist parents/guardians with therapeutic techniques and strategies.
Our Habilitative Interventionists work with children between the ages of 3-17 to provide services in the child’s home, school, center, and within the community. We feel rendering services across various environmental settings will help children develop lifelong skills that ensure long term success and happiness.
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- A Bachelors degree (or higher) in a Human Service related field. A non-related degree, with at least 25 upper division courses in a human service field, will be considered.
- Coursework in Applied Behavior Analysis, Learning, AND Child Development is required. If you have not had this coursework, but otherwise meet the degree qualifications, you will be required to complete an online Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) training course, as well as a hands-on assessment with a BCBA.
- A minimum of one year and 1040 hours supervised experience, working specifically with children with developmental disabilities: intellectual/learning disabilities, Autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, epilepsy or other closely-related conditions.
- Experience can be any form of consistent work with children with disabilities, i.e., in schools, after school programs, child care programs, adaptive recreation programs, therapy, private pay, etc.
- CBRS experience can count if you have worked with children with co-occurring mental illness and developmental disabilities.
- Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screening and a Department of Health and Welfare background check.
- Applicants must have a valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle, and proof of insurance to transport clients to and from therapy session.
- Bilingual skills desired
What We Offer:
- Flexible scheduling that can work with your school and/or work schedule
- Opportunity for growth and development
- Meaningful and fulfilling work, helping others achieve long-term success
Direct Rate Range: Starting at $18.25 | DOE
Full-time employees are offered the following benefits:
- Paid time off/Holidays
This position will start out as part-time, with the potential to grow into a full-time position.
Position hours can include: during and/or after school, and Saturdays.
How To Apply Instructions:
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NOTE: Please remember to sign and date page four of the application!
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