20 hours a week
18 years of age or older and a high school diploma or GED
Capable of communicating well in both verbal and written form
Demonstrated supervisory skills, ability to prioritize work, and able to complete all assigned program documentation accurately and within the allotted time frames
Have good public relations skills in working with a variety of outside professionals and state employees.
Computer skills, including proficient use of Microsoft Word, Excel, and other data bases, and basic math skills are necessary.
BRIEF EXPLANATION OF SCHEDULE AND COMPENSATION
Behavior Assistant must be available at least 30 hours per week
Behavior Assistant must be able to travel to all homes in the Provo Program, as assigned
The Behavior Assistant's primary responsibilities are to complete observations and quality assurance checks in the Provo Chrysalis Program as assigned by the Clinical Director or Behavior Analyst. Other responsibilities may include assisting with research, auditing behavior data, grave yard shift checks, and being the secretary for the Human Rights Committee. Other duties will also be assigned by the Clinical Director, Behavior Analyst and/or Area Director.
Training and Certifications
Completes all initial and on-going training requirements within established time frames.
Completes annual CPR, First Aid and OSHA training.
Obtains and maintains SOAR certification.
Serve as an official representative of Chrysalis and market a positive image
Follow the Provider Code of Conduct
Other duties as assigned by Clinical Director, Behavior Analyst, Associate Director and/or Area Director