Behavioral Specialist Job - Brooklyn, NY
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Provide direct services according to IFSP identified child/family needs, conduct on-going assessments, attend IFSP reviews as scheduled. A behavioral specialist works with young children and families to implement behavioral programs to address social/interaction and coping skills.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Conduct initial evaluations, assessments and attend IFSP’s with the appropriate flexibility needed to meet families’ schedules, in their natural environment, with respect for individual cultural differences.
- Knowledge of Behavior Modification principles and experience in ABA, specifically DTT, PRT, and Verbal Behavior are preferred.
- Work as a team member, including families as active equal participants.
- Administer evaluation instruments using sound clinical opinion.
- Attendance at initial IFSP meetings, periodic 3 or 6 month IFSP reviews and Annual IFSP meetings.
- Have clear communication with families and with all other team members
- Submission of all paperwork in accordance with agency policies and procedures.
- Maintain strict confidentiality of all shared verbal and written information gathered according to agency policy.
- Demonstrates compliance with state-mandated training requirements
- Attendance at agency monthly staff meetings
- Perform other duties as assigned/required
- Travel required
- Minimum prior clinical experience of one year working with children birth to five years of age implementing behavioral intervention programs.
- Professional Liability Insurance required.