Pay: $25.00

Position Summary: As a Behavior Support Professional, you will play a crucial role in implementing behavior support strategies for assigned individuals, helping them achieve maximum adaptive functioning and reducing maladaptive behaviors. This position involves providing supervision and support to meet daily care needs, fostering independence in all activities of daily living.


  • Full-time position, working second or third shift for at least forty hours a week, weekends required.
  • Flexibility to work all assigned shifts unless using benefit time.
  • Overtime hours may be required to ensure appropriate schedule coverage for individuals served.


  • Minimum age requirement: 21 years old.
  • Ability to implement Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) physical restraint procedures.
  • High School Diploma or GED.
  • Successful completion of the S-TOFHLA reading comprehension test.
  • Excellent communication and writing skills.
  • Successful completion of all required background checks.
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple tasks.
  • Regular and predictable attendance.

Essential Job Functions:

Applied Behavior Analytic Responsibilities:

  • Measurement of Behavior: Prepare for data collection, implement various measurement procedures, enter data, and update graphs.
  • Assessment of Behavior: Describe behavior and environment, conduct preference assessments, assist with assessments and functional procedures.
  • Skill Acquisition Training: Identify components of skill acquisition plans, prepare for sessions, and implement various teaching procedures.

Behavior Reduction:

  • Identify components of behavior reduction plans, describe common functions of behavior, and implement interventions based on modification of antecedents.

Documentation and Reporting:

  • Report variables affecting individuals served, generate session notes, communicate effectively with supervisors, and comply with legal and regulatory requirements.

Professional Conduct and Scope of Practice:

  • Describe the role of the BSP, respond to feedback, communicate with authorized stakeholders, and maintain professional boundaries.

General Responsibilities:

  • Complete programmatic data collection and charting.
  • Provide necessary supports in daily living skills for safety and health.
  • Supervise assigned persons served according to policies.
  • Ensure proper nutrition during mealtimes.
  • Report mistreatment, neglect, or violations promptly.
  • Implement CPI techniques in response to aggressive behavior.
  • Ensure proper hygiene of all clients.
  • Drive/support clients on doctor appointments.
  • Maintain cleanliness of assigned group home.
  • Lead on-site activities daily.
  • Implement evacuation procedures during emergencies.
  • Report unusual incidents promptly.
  • Cross-train at other sites within the network.
  • Collaborate with BSPs and Site Supervisors for schedule coverage.