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Mosaic provides a life of possibilities for people with intellectual disabilities through supports which are tailored to the individual's needs and desires.  We support people to define their own happiness.  We ask people how they like to spend their day, what they love to do in their spare time, where they want to live and goals they would like to achieve.  We partner with them to make those things happen.  These services are provided in collaboration with local, state, national, and international partners in 11 states and six countries.  Mosaic is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. For more information visit www.mosaicinfo.org.

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BCBA Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Job Details

Located In:  Newark, DE
Date Posted: 
Date Expires: 
Requisition:  5000731488406
Work At:  DE01 NEWARK
Occupational Category:  00-0000.00

Job Description



Who we are:
Mosaic is a national faith-based healthcare provider of services to people with diverse needs including intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our 3,800 employees and 800 independent contractors provide a life of possibilities to nearly 4,000 people across 10 states and 400+ communities.


Building upon more than a century of service, Mosaic navigates continuous transformation in service delivery while maintaining a focus on those things that matter most: people served and their families, the people who serve, and our mission of service and advocacy.  




Mosaic is seeking a passionate Behavioral Therapist to support our growing program! We would love to consider you!  This role is responsible to develop and implement mental and behavioral health training programs, plans and interventions designed to increase success in the community, teach adaptive/effective behaviors of individuals served and modify undesirable behaviors, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements and Mosaic standards. In addition the role requires the following: 


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Conduct ongoing behavior assessment through observations, review of data and interviews, and recommend appropriate behavior intervention and support/consistency programs. Participate as a member of the interdisciplinary team to ensure appropriate implementation of Behavior Support Plan (BSP) and ongoing monitoring as needed.
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Maintain accurate records related to mental and behavioral health programs, support plans and interventions. Monitor progress of plans, programs and interventions and make revisions as needed.
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Provide crisis intervention support to individuals with behaviors jeopardizing safety of self or others; work with support teams and staff during crisis intervention to ensure positive and effective interventions.
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Maintain contact with mental and behavioral health supports to monitor and support the development of individuals served.
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Monitor effects of psychoactive medications on the health and behavior of individuals served, ensuring coordination among all aspects of service.
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Monitor the quality of behavior change programs.
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Actively participate in the national support team for mental and behavioral health, including but not limited to clinical type supervision, resource sharing and networking, training and resource development.
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Safely operate a motor vehicle when required to travel on company business.
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Travel required to multiple agencies and program sites throughout Delaware and Connecticut

We offer a wide array of benefits including a create your own package that could include the following so our clinicians can get what means the most to them! 




* National Certification Renewal fees paid
* State License Renewal fees paid
* Stipend to pay for CEU Requirements for Cert and/or License 
* Professional Development Conference attendance (ABAI, etc) paid/stipend
* Professional Liability Insurance (individual clinician policy + org policy)
* Paid membership in state trade associations (CTABA)
* Signing bonus
* Bonus retention - 6 month and 1 year
* Clinical Supervision & Access to a national clinical network
* Employee Educational Assistance program
* Possible travel and experience in other Mosaic agencies/states
* Relocation bonus

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Bachelor's Degree in Education, Psychology, or related field required. 

One year of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities in the area of intervention and support required. Supervisory experience preferred. 

Completion of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst program preferred. Will also consider the following certifications:  LPC, LCSW, MMFT

Previous experience in designing and implementing positive behavior programs preferred.









Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled

BENEFITS STATEMENT

Mosaic offers a competitive benefits package including a free health insurance option!  Other benefits include dental, vision, 403(b) retirement plan, paid time off and a wellness program.  To learn more, please visit www.mosaicinfo.org.

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