At Hill Country Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Center our vision is to empower people, foster hope,
support choice, and celebrate success.
**HILL COUNTRY MHDD CENTERS IS OFFERING A $2,000 SIGN ON BONUS FOR ALL FULL-TIME, NEW HIRE EMPLOYEES**
Help us help others:
The Qualified Licensed Behavior Support Provider will function as the behavior support provider for individuals referred to the IDD Behavior Support Team. The Qualified Licensed Behavior Support Provider will support staff and ensure that staff complete all required training to provide positive behavior support services to individuals referred for behavior support. The Qualified Licensed Behavior Support Provider will ensure compliance with HHSC service delivery and billing. The Qualified Licensed Behavior Support Provider will also provide assessments, behavior support plans, and training for individuals and their care providers in the community, nursing facilities and group home settings.
You will get to:
- Conduct assessment activities related to the need for applied behavior analysis support
o Functional behavior assessments
o Functional analyses, when indicated
- Conduct activities related to behavior support plan implementation
o Design, implement, and monitor both focused and comprehensive behavior support plans
o Develop specific instructional plans with data collection procedures
o Analyze and summarize data in both anecdotal and graphic formats
o Provides Staff and/or Home Caregivers training and consultation on evidence-based strategies and interventions
o Evaluates plan implementation (Procedural Fidelity Checks) and progress toward goals identified on Person Directed Plans
o Adjusts treatment plan based on data
- Conduct activities related to program and company policy and procedures
o Documents all activities in accordance with guidelines and policy by writing progress notes
o Attends monthly program meetings and attends company meetings as needed
o Provides supervision of RBTs and Behavior Technicians
- Contact newly assigned referrals within 3 business days of receiving the referral 95% of the time.
- Begin the assessment process once a referral is assigned within 10 days of the referral being assigned, unless documentation supports the reason for a delay.
- Conduct functional analyses and ongoing functional assessments, develop behavior programs based on the function of the behavior, develop focused and/or comprehensive plan based on the individual’s level of need Revised 6.13.2022 describing service intensity and duration within 45 days of referral 95% of the time., unless documentation supports the reason for a delay.
- Measure and Report Progress regarding behavior support plan goals with notes summarizing person’s progress in narrative and graphic form at a minimum, once per quarter.
- Participate in monthly staff meetings in order to staff cases and provide group training to Behavior Technicians/Registered Behavior Technicians.
- Conduct monthly procedural fidelity checks to assess the implementation of behavior support plans and identify additional training needs of staff and caregivers 95% of the time.
- Provide ongoing training and support regarding the behavior support plan to individuals and caregivers implementing the behavior support plan, at minimum, once per month.
- Submit daily progress notes documenting activities conducted with individuals served within 24 hours of service being provided 90% of the time
- Be available for behavioral support/consultation with team members, caregivers, providers, and individuals Monday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm unless on approved leave or a Hill Country observed holiday.
- Maintain 90% of scheduled sessions unless cancelled by the individual receiving behavior supports.
- Must maintain 20 billable hours per week 90% of the time. Employee will be eligible for a 1% annual salary increase until the position's salary cap is reached as long as there are no current performance improvement plans in place.
- If employee maintains 22 billable hours per week 90% of the time, employee will be eligible for a 2% annual salary increase until the position's salary cap is reached as long as there are no current performance improvement plans in place.
- If employee maintains 25 billable hours per week 90% of the time, employee will be eligible for a 3% annual salary increase until the position's salary cap is reached as long as there are no current performance improvement plans in place.
- Submit timesheet approvals by required due dates/times 95% of the time.
- Maintain confidentiality of person’s served.
- Ensure that individual’s rights are respected, and person-centered thinking is maintained