Behavioral Technician III

Position Summary:

The Behavioral Technician III (Lead) (BT III) provides both the traditional role of BT II with additional shared responsibilities with the Crisis Therapeutic Home (CTH) or Transitional Home Supervisor. This position will support guests with co-occurring intellectual/developmental disabilities and mental or behavioral health needs who are temporarily accessing crisis or planned therapeutic visits within the CTH or Transitional Home. This staff facilitates the daily program, individualized activities, and support for habilitative and rehabilitative exercises, therapeutic interventions, personal care/assistance, health care, and other activities. This position participates as part of comprehensive REACH services that collaborate with guests’ primary provider and clinical home, community crisis services, family, and others. 

Supervisory Responsibility:

This position has Lead BT responsibilities, including providing oversight of the Behavior Technician I and Behavior Technicians II’s and directing the supervisor’s support. In addition, the work provides administrative management of specific program operations in the absence of the Supervisor. This position shares the function with the supervisor as a liaison between the Clinical and center-based teams.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) and Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional (QDDP)
  • Registration with the Board of Counseling as a QMHP A and C is required if a QMHP or QDDP.
  • Six months of experience with crisis prevention, stabilization, and intervention services are required.
  • Maintain validly, state-appropriate driver’s license and auto insurance for personal and agency vehicles utilized for work;
  • Complete the training required by the agency and service model within the specified time.
  • Knowledge and ability to utilize computer word processing and data programs, including but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite, Web-based data entry, etc.
  • Must demonstrate the capacity to communicate effectively verbally and in written form.  
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