Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support Service Program Director

The PBIS Program Director is responsible for the development and supervision of the PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support Services Program) plans and may provide the behavior services directly to the participant. The PBIS program is designed for individuals at risk of losing waiver services due to ineffective behaviors.
Applicants must be one of the following:
Licensed psychiatrist with one year experience providing behavioral services;
Licensed psychologist with one year experience in providing behavioral services or traumatic brain injury services;
1. Master of Social Work;
2. Master or Doctorate degree in Psychology;
3. Registered Nurse;
4. Registered Occupational Therapist;
5. Registered Physical Therapist;
6. Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist;
7. Certified Rehabilitation Counselor;
8. Certified Special Education Teacher; OR
9. Licensed Mental Health Practitioner
Along with the education component, applicants must have a minimum of two (2) years of experience providing neuro-behavioral services. This is currently a part-time position.

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