Adult 24 Hr. Residential-Assistant Program Coordinator
May Institute is an award-winning nonprofit organization that provides educational, rehabilitative, and behavioral healthcare services to individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities, brain injury, and behavioral health needs.
We are looking for Direct Care Professionals to work with individuals with autism and developmental disabilities in one of our many residential or day habilitation programs. We offer a variety of different schedules, exciting career paths, an excellent benefits package, and an opportunity to engage in life changing work.
Our aMAYzing benefits include: generous paid time off policies, ongoing training and education, tuition or student loan forgiveness programs, a robust benefits program, and a diverse workforce dedicated to respect and open communication throughout the company.
Join our team and see what it means to truly BE aMAYzing
The Assistant Program Coordinator, Clinical Team, will work closely with the clinical team member assigned to each group home in this training position. The Assistant Program Coordinator will assist the clinical team member completing clinical checklists relevant to Behavior Assistant Training (BAT) and each consumer’s Behavior Support Plan (BSP). The Assistant Program Coordinator will meet with their respective clinical team member once a month to discuss all consumers’ progress, the entire clinical team monthly for additional training and to discuss progress, and the entire clinical team monthly for additional training and to discuss relevant clinical issues.
Initial training will be provided by the clinical team..
Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
-Trains staff and monitors staff performance on skill acquisition programs,
-Implement behavior plans
-Completion of all required clinical paperwork
-Assist the Behavior Analyst in completing clinical checklists relevant to Behavior
Assistant Training (BAT), and each consumer’s Behavior Support Plan
-High School Diploma or GED, college degree preferred
-One-year direct experience in a human services, disabilities and/or educational
-Experience in running skill acquisition programs, taking behavior data, and completing clinical paperwork preferred
-Demonstrated staff training skills and knowledge of individual’s BSPs and skill acquisition programs.
-Computer experience preferred
-2+years of Driving Experience with Valid Driver’s License
-Ability to lift 50 pounds
- Pay Type Hourly
- May Institute Inc., Orange Park, Florida, 3926 Deertree Hills Dr, Orange Park, Florida, United States of America