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Job Title: BEHAVIOUR CONSULTANT

Region

Lower Mainland from West Vancouver to Chilliwack

Job Summary

The Behaviour Consultant has a BA or MA. He or she carries a case-load of about 20 – 30 individuals who have a variety of support needs and a range of abilities and ages (from children to 60+ years). The Behaviour Consultant completes functional behaviour assessments, develops a behaviour support plan based on principles of positive behaviour support, safety plans and provides modelling, training and support to individuals and their families, service providers and other community team members in all strategies in the support plan or safety plan.

Status

Open

Reports to

Regional Coordinator, Consulting Supervisor or Case Conferencer

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Person-centred planning following the Lifestyle Development Process, including transition planning and goodness of fit for various planning processes (high school to work; home to living in the community; move from parents to paid caregiver)
  2. Functional behaviour assessments (FBAs)
  3. Written professional, individualized reports and multi-element support plans for each assessment/case
  4. Professional assessment report presentations
  5. Development of individualized written, plain language proactive strategy descriptions which address challenging behaviour and are evidence based
  6. Development, training, monitoring of Safety Plans where required
  7. Training of support people which includes hands-on modelling and training of team members to implement those proactive strategies as part of a multi-element support plan
  8. Development of visual supports in a variety of formats for individuals who are non-verbal or require augmentative communication systems
  9. Filming and editing of video examples to illustrate strategies and case examples
  10. Administrative duties including maintaining client files, submitting client hours daily, submitting expenses and monthly statistics. Maintain 90% of hours as direct billable time
  11. Remain professional at all times
  12. Make use of technology to work as efficiently and effectively as possible; be proficient in CBI’s Learning Management System (LMS)
  13. Other duties as requested
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Job Title: IMPLEMENTATION CONSULTANT

Region

Lower Mainland from West Vancouver to Chilliwack

Job Summary

The Implementation Consultant has a BA. She or he implements strategies in a Positive Behaviour Support Plan, a Supported Employment Plan or an Autism Plan of Intervention. This person is a team member who, with the designated Behaviour Consultant or LDP Consultant, provides support to individuals who may have a variety of support needs and a range of abilities and trains and supports their team members by providing hands-on demonstration of support strategies: develops and/or supports the team to develop materials such as visual calendars and communication aides; records notes and keeps the Behaviour Consultant updated on all work for the case.

Status

Open

Reports to

Consulting Supervisor or Senior Behaviour Consultant

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  1. At the direction of the Behaviour Consultant, implement the recommendations in the multi-element support plan which has been developed by the CBI Behaviour Consultant, following CBI’s person-centred planning (Lifestyle Development Process).
  2. Work in the field to get strategies up and running.
  3. Train key support people for a focus person to implement the strategies recommended in the support plan. Training in specific strategies includes hands-on modelling and demonstration, small group presentations to teams and providing real time prompting and feedback to team members so they learn to independently implement those proactive and instructional strategies. Strategies can include scheduling; direct instruction based on ecological inventory, task analysis and discrepancy analysis and prompting/prompt fading techniques; progressive muscle relaxation; imagery procedures; video self modelling /video modelling; self-monitoring; integrated play groups and peer mediated learning; communication techniques; and others as requested.
  4. Develop and also support teams to develop visual supports in a variety of formats for instruction of skills and augmentative communication systems. (PECS; conversation books; choice boards; low tech schedules, iPad or other high tech visual apps etc).
  5. Job coaching
  6. Film and edit video examples for baseline and data collection, to illustrate strategies for team members, for Video Self Modelling/Video Modelling as well as for case examples.
  7. Report to Behaviour Consultant or LDP Consultant on at least a weekly basis.
  8. Administrative duties include data collection, maintaining file notes, submitting client hours, submitting expenses and monthly statistics.
  9. Remain professional at all times.
  10. Other duties as requested.
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Job Title: BEHAVIOUR CONSULTANT (0.6 FTE )

Region

Peace Region, CLBC

Job Summary

The Behaviour Consultant has a BA or MA. He or she carries a case-load of about 20 – 30 adults who may have a variety of support needs and a range of abilities. The Behaviour Consultant completes functional behaviour assessments, develops a behaviour support plan based on principles of positive behaviour support and provides modelling, training and support to individuals, service providers and their families and other community team members in all strategies in the support plan.

Status

Open

Reports to

Regional Coordinator for the North

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Person-centred planning following the Lifestyle Development Process, including transition planning and goodness of fit for various planning processes (high school to work; home to living in the community; move from parents to paid caregiver)
  2. Functional behaviour assessments (FBAs)
  3. Written professional, individualized reports and multi-element support plans for each assessment/case
  4. Professional assessment report presentations
  5. Development of individualized written, plain language proactive strategy descriptions which address challenging behaviour and are evidence based
  6. Development, training, monitoring of Safety Plans where required
  7. Training of support people which includes hands-on modelling and training of team members to implement those proactive strategies as part of a multi-element support plan
  8. Development of visual supports in a variety of formats for individuals who are non-verbal or require augmentative communication systems
  9. Filming and editing of video examples to illustrate strategies and case examples
  10. Administrative duties including maintaining client files, submitting client hours daily, submitting expenses and monthly statistics. Maintain 90% of hours as direct billable time
  11. Remain professional at all times
  12. Make use of technology to work as efficiently and effectively as possible; be proficient in CBI’s Learning Management System (LMS)
  13. Other duties as requested
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Job Title: BEHAVIOUR CONSULTANT (0.8 FTE )

Region

Prince George & area (e.g.: Vanderhoof, Quesnel) CLBC

Job Summary

The Behaviour Consultant has a BA or MA. He or she carries a case-load of about 20 – 30 adults who may have a variety of support needs and a range of abilities. The Behaviour Consultant completes functional behaviour assessments, develops a behaviour support plan based on principles of positive behaviour support and provides modelling, training and support to individuals, service providers and their families and other community team members in all strategies in the support plan.

Status

Open

Reports to

Regional Coordinator for the North

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Person-centred planning following the Lifestyle Development Process, including transition planning and goodness of fit for various planning processes (high school to work; home to living in the community; move from parents to paid caregiver)
  2. Functional behaviour assessments (FBAs)
  3. Written professional, individualized reports and multi-element support plans for each assessment/case
  4. Professional assessment report presentations
  5. Development of individualized written, plain language proactive strategy descriptions which address challenging behaviour and are evidence based
  6. Development, training, monitoring of Safety Plans where required
  7. Training of support people which includes hands-on modelling and training of team members to implement those proactive strategies as part of a multi-element support plan
  8. Development of visual supports in a variety of formats for individuals who are non-verbal or require augmentative communication systems
  9. Filming and editing of video examples to illustrate strategies and case examples
  10. Administrative duties including maintaining client files, submitting client hours daily, submitting expenses and monthly statistics. Maintain 90% of hours as direct billable time
  11. Remain professional at all times
  12. Make use of technology to work as efficiently and effectively as possible; be proficient in CBI’s Learning Management System (LMS)
  13. Other duties as requested
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