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Behavioral Health Worker
Community Council Health Systems • Philadelphia, PA
Posted 1 month ago
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GENERAL OVERVIEW OF KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Assistant Teacher will provide assistance to the instructional foundation while implementing the program specific model (ex. Re-Ed) approach by blending instruction and behavior management practices in the classroom. The Assistant Teacher will help facilitate daily academic, behavior, and social activities and document outcomes. The Assistant Teacher will also teach prevention strategies while assisting and managing crisis.
ESSENTIAL & CORE FUNCTIONS:
1. Successfully able to follow lesson plans created by teachers in their absence.
2. Successfully administer academic instruction, academic assessments, and other tools to students in a self contained therapeutic classroom.
3. Facilitates and participates in goal setting groups, social skills, positive groups and required team meetings.
4. Implements positive behavior support plans, behavior pathways and treatment interventions.
5. Successfully work with the treatment teams to implement the daily schedule.
6. Utilize appropriate progress monitoring tools.
7. Ensure students receive direct instruction through exposure to age appropriate curriculum.
8. Actively participates in staff meetings. In accordance with Community Council and licensure requirements, attend in-service training to achieve, maintain and enhance professional competence. Interact professionally with clients, co-workers, families and /or community members.
9. Adhere to policies and procedures of Community Council.
10. Review daily notes and attendance roster to ensure all notes are completed.
11. Perform related duties; special assignments and projects as required.
PREREQUISITES & QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION:
● Bachelor’s degree from an accredited program in an area of human services, which includes, but may not be limited to the following: psychology, sociology, political science, counseling, criminal justice, pastoral counseling, elementary/special education of family therapy,
PLUS a minimum of one (1) year experience (paid or unpaid) in a human service field. This experience must involve direct contact with the individual receiving services (i.e. coaching, teaching, case management, etc.)
● High school diploma or General Education Development (GED) equivalent plus twelve (12) semester behavioral health college credit hours from an approved educational program. *
PLUS a minimum of two (2) years experience (paid or unpaid) in a human service field. This experience must involve direct contact with the individual receiving services (i.e. coaching, teaching, case management, etc.)
Licensure/Certification: All criminal, child abuse and FBI clearance.
Physical requirements : Ability to administer CPR and create and maintain a nurturing environment. Free of dependency and abuse of illegal or illicit drugs, alcohol, inhalations, or other chemical substances or controlled substances.