Behavior Consultant - Intern

internship - full time, paid

Tulare County Office Education
Visalia, CA
Closed
Posted 66 Days ago
Tulare County Office Education
Visalia, CA
internship - full time, paid
Posted 66 Days ago
Closed

Description

Behavior Consultant - Intern Tulare County Office Of Education - Visalia, CA4.0 17 hours agoPart-time$1,400 a month Apply Now Contact: Linda Hamilton Email: lindah@tcoe.org Phone: 559-733-6401 Area of Assignment: Bright Future & Bright Start Work Schedule: Work hours will vary from day to day. The average number of work hours will be 10 - 30 hours per week. Some evening and weekend work may be required. Requirement: Must be able to drive to various locations within Tulare County using their own vehicle Area of Assignment: Bright Future & Bright Start Work Schedule: Work hours will vary from day to day. The average number of work hours will be 10 - 30 hours per week. Some evening and weekend work may be required. Requirement: Must be able to drive to various locations within Tulare County using their own vehicle Job Description / Essential Elements: Requirements for Applying The Behavior Consultant Intern is the entry level in the job series, and a temporary position (i.e., one year maximum). Incumbents function as interns and are considered in training status as they accumulate practicum hours toward BCBA certification. Incumbents must be enrolled in an approved BCBA program, with the ability to accrue practicum hours as outlined by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). Incumbents work under close supervision while learning to carry a caseload based on work experience. All applications for this position must be submitted on-line along with required documents. Copy of Transcript (copy of degree or transcripts verifying degree(s) awarded) Resume

Skills

event planning, training, verbal behavior, behavior analysis, education, psychology, crisis intervention, counseling, counseling psychology, mental health, social services, developmental disabilities, family therapy, vocational rehabilitation, cbt

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