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Reports to: BCaBA or Bachelors/Masters level Behaviorist

Functions: Under the supervision of the BCBA and BCaBA, implement Behavior Support Plans and corresponding treatment objectives.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Special Education, Guidance and Counseling, Social Work or a related field;
  • At least one year of supervised experience implementing behavior support plans for individuals who have intellectual/developmental disabilities


  • High School Diploma or GED
  • At least three years of supervised experience in implementing behavior support plans for individuals who have intellectual/developmental disabilities.


  • Reliable and available transportation
  • Successful Criminal Background Check
  • Community Support Staff will not be listed on the Central Registry


  • Crisis management training
  • Enthusiastic, able to work independently, excellent written communication skills
  • Experience recording data on skill programs and behavioral interventions
  • Receptive to feedback, eager to learn
  • Ability to work independently and follow written instructions.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Professional, reliable and punctual
  • RBT Certificate

Position Responsibilities:

  • Be responsible for and ensure the safety of the individuals receiving services.
  • Properly monitor and record behavior data, such as frequency, duration, common antecedents, etc.
  • Implement Behavior Support Plan components as directed by the BCaBA or BCBA.
  • Follow written skill program objectives and record data as appropriate and instructed.
  • Communicate regularly with the case supervisor and participate in required meetings.
  • Accept and make positive changes in response to feedback.
  • Maintain confidentiality in all records containing PHI according to HIPAA and Heart to Heart policy.
  • Develop and maintain an interactive relationship with individuals and their caregivers that reflect values and principles held by Heart to Heart Home Care.
  • Exhibit proficiency and implement all tasks needed to serve the individuals appropriately including implementation of treatment plan goals and other tasks as needed.
  • Complete all DDD required trainings and continue to improve skills through trainings required by Heart to Heart Home Care.
  • Must cooperate with Heart to Heart and Department of Human Services staff in any inspection or investigation.
  • Follows through with additional responsibilities and tasks related to care and compliance as assigned by management or administration.


  • Bachelor’s (Required)


  • Driver’s License (Required)

Heart to Heart offers Medical Plan, 401K, Referral Bonuses, PTO, Advancement opportunites


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