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Behavior Consultant (BC)- Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)

Behavior Consultant (BC)- Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)

Non-Profit and Social Services

Purpose, Foundation and Sustainability of Position

Children’s Service Center (CSC) has been helping children since 1862 when it first opened as the Home for Friendless Children. Becoming CSC in 1938, our ability to grow for 160 years with continually offering an array of quality services is founded on dedicated, experienced professionals who nurture new valued employees that possess the same caring mission. Joining the Intensive Behavioral Health Services/Individual Department (formerly BHRS/Type 50 Wraparound Services) means you become part of our team of devoted professionals with over 15 years of experience in working with youth and their families. 

If you are ambitious and confident in your ability to learn, the Behavior Consultant (BC) Individual position is right for you. Join our team of employees as we continue to grow and experience the positivity of helping change young people’s lives. You will be fully trained to work in a variety settings such as homes, schools, daycares, and other community locations in order to support our clients in achieving their goals. You will work as part of a truly collaborative team along with the client’s parents/guardians, teachers, daycare staff, and other caregivers involved in the child’s life, while receiving support and guidance from the IBHS Individual Department Clinical Director.

This position qualifies for 

a $2,000 sign on Bonus 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide clinical supervision to Behavioral Health Technicians who provide services to clients and direct service implementation
  • Innovatively lead a clinical team, and effectively communicate with treatment team members
  • Assess clients in their natural environments (home, school, community locations) to accurately identify client needs and potential barriers
  • Pro-actively develop, initiate, and modify individualized treatment plans to ensure enhancement of obtainable goals

 

Children’s Service Center creates a positive working culture of care and commitment for employees and the children/families we serve. Joining our team also means joining the opportunity to grow within the organization and the flexibility to join other departments within the organization. Other employee benefits include:

    • Flexibility with your PAY: When you Join the CSC/RCC team, you can control WHEN and HOW you get paid. 
    • Personal, Sick, Vacation Time
    • Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision insurance
    • 401k 
    • Employee Assistance Program to ensure positive Mental Health 
    • Tuition Reimbursement 
    • Student Loan Assistance Program ($100 paid a month on existing student loans)
    • Employee Referral Bonuses
    • Sam's Club Membership gift cards
    • Verizon (18% discount off plan) & AT&T (Penn medical employee discounts off plan)
    • PNC & First National Bank no-cost benefits (workplace banking program)
      • Includes Flexible Spending Account
    • LifeMart on-line discount shopping site
    • Employee Benevolence Fund
    • Free Subscription to the “Calm App”

      **Winner of 2022 Greater Wyoming Valley Chamber of Commerce Community Celebration Award for Celebrating 160 years of service to the surrounding communities**


*Full and part-time positions available, fully customizable schedules, 

comfortable caseloads with weekly billable expectation set at 25 hours


Qualifications:

Licensed in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a Behavior Specialist

Or

Current Certification as a BCBA or other accredited graduate-level certification in Behavior Analysis 

Or

Graduate degree in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from an accredited College or University

Or

Graduate degree in Psychology, ABA, Social Work, Education, Counseling or related field that includes a clinical or mental health direct service practicum from an accredited college 

Or

Minimum of 1 year of full-time experience in providing mental health direct services to children, youth or young adults and a graduate degree in Psychology, Social Work, Education, or Counseling from an accredited College or University

Must pass Safe Crisis Management Training (physical and theory), upon hire and then annually as a condition of employment. Other requirements include:

  • Driver’s License
  • FBI Act 73
  • Criminal History 
  • Act 33 Clearances
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