Behavior SpecialistSan Diego, California
This is a casual, grant funded position with an end date of June 30, 2021.
Bilingual English/Spanish required for position.
Under general supervision, provides behavioral screening, assessment, and intervention to children and their families at the department site or at a community-based site/location. Provides educational information to patients, parents and families, and community agencies regarding treatment modalities. Serves as a liaison with community referral sources including physicians- offices and/or other treatment professionals to facilitate clinical and treatment options. Able to bill private insurances for treatment services provided, when applicable. Maintains case files per hospital and program standards. Provides marketing and administrative support to program by producing flyers, handouts and training materials.
Two years of experience
California Driver's License and Proof of Auto Insurance
BLS for Healthcare Providers, issued by AHA
Computer skills sufficient to perform data entry, production of educational materials and word processing
Demonstrated competency in varied treatment modalities for children with special needs
Four years of experience
One year of directly related experience
For grant-funded programs, certification in evidence-based child intervention or parent training
For non-grant funded programs, MFT, LCSW, or other license/certification that would allow for insurance billing
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