Behavioral Health Professional -844167 Brunswick, ME

Behavioral Health Professional -844167

Full Time • Brunswick, ME

 

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Behavioral Health Professional (BHP)

Pathways Early Learning Center

 

We are looking for people who:

  • Want to make a difference in someone’s life.
  • Make connections easily and have a desire to help people.
  • Take a thoughtful and understanding approach to your work.
  • Are open to solving problems and think quickly on your feet.
  • Have exceptional skills in communicating.

 

Overview of Job Responsibilities:

Pathways Early Learning Center is seeking an energetic, caring individual to support preschool children with developmental delays. It is the BHP’s role to support the mission and philosophy of the Center by providing nurturing, consistent, and developmentally appropriate interventions that support the cognitive, emotional, social, and physical growth of young children.

Pathways School Based BHP’s work in collaboration with Clinicians and Special Education Teachers to provide evidence-and strengths-based interventions to students Pre-K-12 with emotional and behavioral disorders.

 

Our Team:

Pathways team members are committed to promoting a positive culture within our teams and communities.  Our Service Committee and Employee Advisory Committee are just two of the ways that we invite our teams to support each other and our communities.  When you join us our goal is to ensure you have the training, mentoring and experience to feel supported in the work that you do.

Treatment Approach:

Pathways team members are committed to providing evidence based practice models including Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), strengths-based treatment, developing therapeutic relationships and effective skill-building interventions. 

Our Opportunities:

We are committed to your growth and development.  We have an opportunity for you to advance in the position that you start in within your first year of hire through our level system.  We offer clinical supervision for team members working toward their clinical license and supervision from a BCBA for team members working toward their BCBA.  We work with our team members to set goals for their professional and personal development and check in on those goals in supervision.  We encourage you to learn and grow with us!

Pathways is offering opportunities across all regions of Maine for Clinicians, BHP’s (Behavioral Health Professionals) and BAT’s (Behavior Analyst Technicians).  These positions are to provide direct care in home, school and host settings.

 

Benefits:

  • 25 Days Off in your first full year of employment
  • 401 K with employer contribution
  • Annual Pay Increases
  • Health, Dental and Vision Care
  • Mileage & Cell Phone Reimbursement
  • Tuition Reimbursement, Continuing Education & Supplies Stipends
  • High Quality Supervision, Training and Contact Hours
  • Opportunities for advancement!  As we grow, you grow with us!

Education Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in any field.  Preferred experience or education in Social, Behavioral or Health services.
  • Eligible Ed Tech III Certification
  • CHRC Approval:  Criminal History Record Check and Fingerprints

Pay Structure:

  • Starting wage of $14.00 per hour.

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Pathways or any its subsidiaries does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. Pathways is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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BENEFITS

Competitive Salary
Paid Vacation/Holiday/Sick Days
Medical, Dental, Vision including a Health Savings Account
401k Match – “50% of the first 6% of eligible compensation up to an annual maximum of $750
Mileage & Cell Phone Reimbursement-Qualified positions only
Training, Development and Continuing Education Credits for licensure requirements
Opportunities for advancement! As we grow, you grow with us!
401k Match – 50% of the first 6% of eligible compensation up to an annual maximum of $750