Thanks for your interest in working with Family Outreach.
Here are some of the current job openings:
Board Certified Behavior Analyst – Helena, MT
Hiring: BCBA Part-Time or Full-Time to design and provide oversight to individualized behavioral programs in the homes, communities and where service delivery is necessary. This position provides intervention, program development and analysis of program delivery to clients and is responsible for the supervision of Registered Behavior Technicians.
Qualifications: Acquired through the BCBA certification process of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board with a Master’s degree in a related field, 1000-1500 hours of BCBA supervision providing evidence based intervention to individuals with autism.
The position requires completion of the supervision requirements stipulated by the BACB to oversee staff pursuing credentialing. The candidate must have or obtain an individual NPI and CAQH upon employment. Experience working in the home environment with families and their children who have significant developmental or adaptive behavior delays is required.
Must possess a valid driver’s license and have reliable, safe, insured transportation.
Compensation: Depends on qualifications. Benefits include health, dental, & vision insurance, health savings account with employer contribution, a 401(K) retirement account with employer contribution, life insurance, generous paid vacation, holidays, and sick days.
To apply: Download the application below and submit it, along with your resume, to email@example.com. For questions, call Jackie at 406-443-7370.
Registered Behavioral Technicians – All Locations (Bozeman, Butte, Helena and surrounding areas)
Family Outreach is looking for Registered Behavioral Technicians (RBT) responsible for working in a home-based intervention program with children with autism and/or adult with challenging behaviors. This includes using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) scientific principles of learning and motivation in order to increase more positive behaviors and social interactions and decrease inappropriate behaviors. The position performs and coordinates responsibilities associated with measurement, assessment, skill acquisition, behavior reduction, documentation, and reporting.
The position requires a Registered Behavior Technician Certification by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. The position reports to Family Support Specialist with Autism Endorsements (FSS-AE), and supports other Children Autism Trainers (CATs) and Direct Service Providers (DSPs).
Starting pay is $13.28 per hour. Family Outreach offers a competitive benefit package including 100% employer paid Health and Vision Insurance (employee only), 401k retirement, employer paid life insurance (employee only), an Employee Assistance Program “WorkLifeMatters”, a generous vacation and sick leave package and seven paid holidays. Family Outreach also offers the following optional employee paid benefits available through payroll deduction: Dental, Supplemental Insurance Coverage options, Health Savings Account and Cafeteria Plans. We also offer flexible work schedules and have non-profit status to help with student loans.
To apply, download the application below and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions, call Michelle Boone at 406-442-1571.
Direct Service Providers – All Locations
Family Outreach, Inc. is a private non-profit agency whose mission is to “Empower individuals with disabilities and their families through supports for integration into the community”. Our vision is to “Provide innovative quality service to support people in achieving their potential for a full life”.
Direct Service Providers (DSPs) provide Services to those individuals with a developmental disability that Family Outreach assists. The work is generally done independently in the consumer’s home, school/office settings or in community settings as arranged by the DSP, Office Based Staff (OBS) and the Consumer/Family. Care will be provided on a mutually agreed upon schedule. General supervision is provided by the OBS and all necessary training will be provided as needed/necessary.
The DSP will follow instructions/teaching points outlined in the Individual Support Plan, the Individualized Family Support Plan, or the Personal Support Plan as designed by the Consumer/Family, OBS and State Case Manager. DSPs will also follow the principles of skill instruction and conduct themselves in accordance with Family Outreach Policies and Procedures. Additionally, DSPs will record data as directed by the OBS and as outlined in the Plan, meet with OBS on a regular basis and complete other duties as assigned and included in the Plan. The PRIMARY mission of the DSP is to provide a safe, healthy environment for the consumer according to their needs.
The DSP will also communicate with the Family and the OBS including recording information regarding health, welfare or activities completed during the session. Fulfill their obligations as a Mandatory Reporter under State Law for abuse, neglect or exploitation and complete Incident Reports as required.
The basic qualifications are:
- Minimum age of 18 with High School equivalency (17 if enrolled and attending College classes).
- The ability to identify and respond to emergency situations.
- Ability to follow program protocols, collect data and prepare concise reports.
- Acceptable criminal record with current Driver’s License, Insurance and Registration.
Starting pay is $ 10.83 per hour (Depending on Experience).
For Inquiries or to apply, download the application below and send it to email@example.com.