Behavioral Intervention Specialist - Prevention & Intervention - E230
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** 2 POSITIONS **
The Behavioral Intervention Specialist is accountable for assisting schools sites with social emotional supports by providing strategic services that identify and address the social-emotional-environmental issues that interfere with the educational process. Works with school principal or designee, teachers, student, parent, and community within a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) framework, to coordinate identification and implementation of strategies for identified at-risk students and assist in meeting the special behavioral, educational, and social emotional needs of students.
- Any combination equivalent to: Bachelor's degree in Psychology/Social/Behavioral Sciences or related field.
- Experience in case management and/or working with at-risk children preferred.
- Bilingual ability may be required, depending on assignment.
- Preferred board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) certification. Individuals hired without a BCaBA must become certified within 36 months of employment.
- Possession of valid California driver's license and personal automobile for use on district business.
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