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Get to know us: For over 75 years, Green Chimneys a multi-faceted nonprofit organization is helping young people to maximize their full potential by providing residential, educational, clinical, and recreational services, in a safe and supportive environment that nurtures connections with their families, the community, animals, and nature.Culture: Green Chimneys has built its success through valuing diversity in our workforce and clientele. Our programs are developed to recognize, respect, and respond to the unique, culturally defined needs of persons and families within our service population. We strive to create an inclusive, respectful and equitable environment in order to serve our diverse clients with culturally sensitive services. Mission: We strive to give our clients support, resources, and the ability to heal through the work of animal-assisted therapy and nature-based learning all while developing the skills and confidence to grow into independent young adults.Role Overview: The Integrative Support Specialist’s primary focus is child centered; to deliver services that meet the children’s individual and group treatment needs. The Integrative Support Specialist works with several departments and program areas in order to assist children who exhibit academic, social, emotional, and/or behavioral challenges. This role is a crucial part of the Green Chimneys community, offering their expertise in the realm of crisis intervention with an emphasis on prevention. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to: responding to behavioral crisis situations, utilizing proper Therapeutic Crisis Intervention techniques, intervening directly when corrective action is necessary, counseling children in crisis and/or to avoid crisis, ensuring the safety and well-being of all children attending the program, providing individual and group counseling as necessary, providing direct supervision of children as necessary, assisting as necessary in implementing student ICSP and/or other behavioral plans, participating in agency programs/initiatives, notifying agency personnel regarding all emergencies, documenting children’s behavior and reporting any incidents, and other duties as assigned.
Behavior Specialist I: Bachelor's Degree required OR candidate with a HS Diploma and a minimum of 4 years' related work experience at an hourly rate of $22.68.Behavior Specialist II: Master's Degree required OR an Associates and a minimum of 4 years' related work experience or a HS Diploma with a minimum of 7 years' related work experience at an hourly rate of $24.28.