Behaviour Consultant Position: North Central and Eastern BC


CBI Consultants is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and encourages applications from people of all gender identities and expressions, persons with disabilities, neurodivergent individuals. Indigenous peoples and visible minorities. Applicants who anticipate needing accommodations for any part of the application and hiring process may contact our HR department at Any personal information provided will be maintained in confidence.


North Central and Eastern British Columbia

Communities include Prince George, Quesnel, Vanderhoof, Fort Nelson, Fort St. John, Chetwyn,
Dawson Creek and area.

Job Summary

Positive Behavioural Support (PBS) Consultant is responsible for conducting Functional Behaviour Assessments and creating Multi-element Behaviour Support Plans for persons with disabilities via the application of Person Centred Planning and Positive Behaviour Support Principles. You carry the values of Excellence, Courage, Integrity, Fairness, and Passion for your work. PBS Consultant carries a caseload of individuals who have a variety of support needs, abilities and ages.  Additionally, PBS Consultants train teams to independently maintain the BSP with fidelity and write and monitor safety plans as needed.

You will be a key member of a team of passionate professionals committed to equity, inclusion and diversity. You will be a recognized leader in the community you serve, practising the principles of positive behaviour support and person-centred planning. As a trusted member of the CBI team, you will have a positive impact on people’s lives daily.



Reports To:

Consulting Supervisor

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Complete Functional Behaviour Assessment
  • Create Person Centred Behaviour Support Plans (BSP)
  • Train team to implement BSP with fidelity using behavioral skills training
  • Deliver professional report presentations
  • Develop, train team to fidelity, and monitor Safety Plans as needed
  • Train and provide hands-on modelling of techniques
  • Maintain well-organized case files (paper and electronic)
  • Consistently generate creative, resourceful solutions in crisis situations
  • Understand and model person-centered practice
  • Promote a collaborative and team-based approach in service delivery decisions
  • Demonstrate initiative and pro-activeness
  • Communicate openly, honestly, and respectfully
  • Manage and lead effective meetings
  • Models appropriate behaviour through positive interactions with team members


Education and relevant experience

  • Master’s degree in psychology, special education or a related field required
  • BCBA preferred
  • Experience as a consultant in a related field required
  • Experience working with adults with developmental disabilities preferred


  •  Mandt System or Non-violent crisis Intervention


  • Driver’s license, safe and reliable vehicle
  • Private home office
  • Clearance letter for children and vulnerable populations
  • Two professional references and one academic reference



Position involves working during business hours, evenings, and weekends according to needs of current case load

Wages and Benefits

  • Starting salary is $61,710.48 to $69,468.75.
  • This role includes a competency-based salary increase: Increases to wage are applied
    following the completion of the demonstration of quality assurance benchmarks. Pro-rated benefits include holiday accrual and extended health.
  • For both those with and those pursuing BCBA certification, supervision can be provided with a signed agreement to continue with CBI 2 years after being certified.
  • For those with BCBA certification a training fund and opportunity to acquire the 32hrs of PD required every 2 years
  • Access to professional journals to keep informed of research
  • Opportunity to present at conferences


Position involves supporting communities within the Northern Region of British Columbia, and other jurisdictions as requested.


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