LC - Part Time Instructor, Geography

Gandara Mental Health Center

LC - Part Time Instructor, Geography

Boston, MA
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    IN-HOME BEHAVIOR THERAPIST (IHBT)

    WE’RE LOOKING TO INTERNATIONAL BILINGUAL APPLICANTS!

    EXCELLENT BENEFITS + RELOCATION TO MASSACHUSETTS, USA IS REQUIRED

    The In-Home Behavior Therapist (IHBT) will work with youth under 21 years of age and their families in the home. The service provided by the IHBT is designed to treat challenging behaviors that interfere with the youth''s successful functioning. The IHBT will implement a behavioral assessment and develop a highly specific behavioral treatment plan in order to diminish, extinguish, or improve specific behaviors related to the youth''s behavioral health condition(s). They will supervise and coordinate interventions and training to address specific behavioral objectives or performance goals. The IHBT will work closely with a Behavior Monitor who will help support the IHBT.

    Required Skills

    • Complete a functional behavioral assessment inclusive of the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths Assessment (CANS)
    • Provide in-home and in-community behavioral observations.
    • Develop an individualized focused behavior plan in collaboration with the family and the child.
    • Supervise and coordinate interventions.
    • Collaborate with other necessary individuals the youth and family may have contact with, such as Case Managers, Probation Officers, Judges, District Attorneys, Attorneys, Teachers, Physicians, etc.
    • Attend IEP meetings, CPT meetings and any other meeting necessary to achieve the stated goals and objectives.
    • Submit detailed progress notes that follow federal, state, and agency requirements.
    • Provide or secure support and crisis/emergency services for the youth/family.

    Required Experience

    • Minimum Experience Required: 1 year
    • Degree Required: Must possess an MCE approved Master Degree in a human services field: Counseling, Psychology, Child Development and Early Childhood Development Education, Family Therapy, Expressive Therapies, etc.
    • Driver''s License and proper auto insurance required.
    • Awareness and sensitivity to contextual variables such as race, culture, gender, sexuality, disability, economics and lived experience.
    • Must be Bilingual [English & Spanish].

    BENEFITS

    • Retirement Plan 403(b)
    • Health, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance
    • Paid vacations
    • 11 paid holidays
    • 8 discretionary days a year
    • Discounts offered to your Verizon and/or Sprint plans
    • Hiring Bonuses may vary based on degree*

    FOR ADDITIONAL INQUIRIES, CONTACT OUR CBHI INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT COORDINATOR, REBECA HIERRO AT RHIERRO@GANDARACENTER.ORG

    OR CALL 857-366-7040, EXT 6405.

    The Gandara Mental Health Center provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

    Gándara Center provides residential, mental health, substance abuse and preventive services for children, adults and families across the Pioneer Valley and eastern parts of Massachusetts. Founded in the Hispanic community, we value cultural diversity and strive to provide culturally competent, innovative services to a diverse community.

  • Qualifications
    • Complete a functional behavioral assessment inclusive of the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths Assessment (CANS)
    • Provide in-home and in-community behavioral observations.
    • Develop an individualized focused behavior plan in collaboration with the family and the child.
    • Supervise and coordinate interventions.
    • Collaborate with other necessary individuals the youth and family may have contact with, such as Case Managers, Probation Officers, Judges, District Attorneys, Attorneys, Teachers, Physicians, etc.
    • Attend IEP meetings, CPT meetings and any other meeting necessary to achieve the stated goals and objectives.
    • Submit detailed progress notes that follow federal, state, and agency requirements.
    • Provide or secure support and crisis/emergency services for the youth/family.