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Behavioral Health Professional

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Job Details
Job Order Number
Company Name
MAS Medical Staffing
Physical Address
Multiple Locations
Augusta, ME 04330
Job Description

MAS Community Health is seeking compassionate and kindhearted individuals to become Behavioral Health Professionals (BHP-RC) to provide in-home support for children with varied levels of behavioral/mental health diagnosis.

Behavioral Health Professional – Rehabilitative Community (BHP-RC-Section 28) includes children primarily diagnoses with:

Developmental Delays
Children on the Autism Spectrum
Cognitive Disorders
Job Responsibilities:

Follow a detailed treatment plan with goals specific for each child’s needs.
Primary goal is to focus on behavioral management, increasing skill development and physical development activities.
Help to increase a child’s independence and working on daily living skills.
Be punctual and consistent.
Be in compliance with trainings and supervisions with supervisor.
Hand in all paperwork on time and completed.
Helpful, but not required – BHP certificate, MANDT certified, CRP/First Aid, ED Tech

MAS will provide training for the Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) certificate.

MAS Offers:

Paid employee training’s
Weekly pay
Mileage reimbursement
Bonus Program
Flexible hours
Accrued time off
MAS Rewards Me – employee loyalty program
Health, Dental, Short Term, Critical & Accidental Insurance
Position Requires:

GED or High School Diploma
Clean driving record
Clean background checks
Valid driver’s license
At least 1 year of experience working with children (personal or professional)
Preferred, but not required, experience working with children with emotional and behavioral challenges
Attend required training’s and supervisions
Tentative Schedule – 10 to 20 hours per case.

Make a difference in child’s life! Apply today!

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $14.00 to $15.00 /hour

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