Job Title: Stabilization Interventionist (SI)
Job Classification: Non-exempt
Reports to: Program Director
The Stabilization Interventionist (SI) assists individuals and their families in overcoming critical moments in their life. A Stabilization Interventionist (SI) provides support to Critical Intervention Specialists (CIS) and Clinical Team Mentors (CTM) in providing acute crisis response. The Stabilization Interventionist is responsible for monitoring progress and stabilization goals as determined by the CIS/CTM. The Stabilization Interventionist will have an awareness of the Regional Center’s system of care and work collaboratively with Lead CIS/CTM with whom they are paired. Additionally, the Stabilization Interventionist will follow guidance from Lead CIS/CTM. There is a huge emphasis on team and it is important for individuals to be team players. The Stabilization Interventionist will also work in partnership with the Lead CIS/CTM and the Regional Center’s designated liaison in order to provide the highest quality Critical Intervention Services.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following areas:
- Meet with client’s family/primary caregiver (typically in their home environment) and meet weekly with clients. Build and maintain rapport with clients.
- Assist the Lead with Client Intake.
- Gather data for Case Reviews and Stabilization Plans. Monitor progress.
- Participate in case conferencing as needed with CIS and Administrative Team members.
- Attend and participate in clinical meetings with community resources (such as Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Physicians, Therapists, etc.).
- Provide training to group home or adult residential staff, circle of support, care-providers and family members on behavioral techniques aimed at preventing and stabilizing behavioral challenges while maintaining the individual at their home.
- Implement positive programming strategies and engage in crisis assault training.
- Present a high degree of professionalism and the ability to work effectively and in a collaborative manner with clients, professional agencies, other CIS and Administrative Team members.
- Maintain consistent communication with the Lead, your Supervisor, residential staff, day program staff, care providers, family members and other members of the client’s circle of support.
- Actively participate in weekly CBEM team meetings and team builders.
- Actively participate as a member of the team, working collaboratively with and supporting other staff.
- Maintain professional written case notes that are submitted in a timely manner and in compliance with HIPAA regulations.
- Follow and comply with all documentation guidelines reviewed during CBEM’s new hire training program.
- Complete the assigned deliverable/billable hours per week, as assigned by your Supervisor.
- Assist the Lead on hotline calls during business hours.
- Respond on-site to a critical incident when necessary during business hours. Follow and comply with all hotline guidelines as reviewed during CBEM’s new hire training.
- Communicate CBEM’s critical intervention philosophy of positive behavioral practice, compassion and respect.
- Maintain stakeholder engagement by providing ongoing information to the Service Coordinator at the Regional Center.
- Attend all meetings on behalf of the client unless otherwise arranged with your Supervisor.
- Attend workshops, trainings, and in-services provided by CBEM or by an outside agency, if asked by CBEM to do so.
- Attend Regional Center drop-in clinic hours as directed by your Supervisor.
- All other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
This job has no supervisory responsibilities.
Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 5 pm, 9 am - 5:30 pm, 9:30 am - 6 pm shifts to determined
- Valid CA Driver’s License and proof of sufficient car insurance
- Clearance of DOJ/FBI records (complete before hire)
- Proof of Negative Tuberculosis Screening (upon hire)
Complete Mandatory Training Requirements
- CPR/First Aid Certifications (complete during employment) Maintain CPR/First Aid Certifications
- Safety Training Certification (complete during employment)
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.
Education and Experience:
Must have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in psychology, counseling, social work, special education, behavioral science or related field; one year of experience working with persons with developmental disabilities with challenging behaviors is strongly preferred.
What CBEM offers our employees:
CBEM invests in our employees in many ways. We provide the tools and supports needed to all staff so that they can provide the highest quality of services to CBEM's clients. In addition to fostering a positive, learning and supportive work environment, we also offer:
- Company Computer and Cell Phone
- Travel and Mileage Reimbursement
- Health and Wellness Reimbursement Program
- A comprehensive training program to all new hires and ongoing professional development.
- Variety of medical plans offered, as well as comprehensive dental and vision plans.
- Vacation and sick time available.
- 11 paid Holidays
- Retirement 401k plan with company match after 1 year of full-time employment
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We hope you understand that we cannot respond to all applicants who have applied for a position, but we will make contact with those who meet the qualifications of this position.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
What you need to know about CBEM (Creating Behavioral and Educational Momentum):
-We are a growing agency that provides crisis intervention and prevention to persons diagnosed with developmental disabilities through critical case management and crisis hotline services
-We serve persons of varying ages, disabilities, and needs.
-We operate according to our values of excellence, inclusivity, integrity, and service. Our values help our company provide quality services to our clients and promote an enriching work environment.
-We are teamwork oriented and have an open door policy to promote communication and learn from each other.
-We want our employees to grow, not only within the position but also within the company. To accomplish this, we provide orientation trainings, case consultations, and opportunities for promotion.
Role: Crisis Intervention
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