The Behavior Support Specialist’s primary role is to collaborate with the interdisciplinary and treatment teams to provide behavioral and academic support for residents experiencing varying diagnoses and/or special needs in the classroom using skills, knowledge, and best practices to create a nurturing, positive, proactive, and innovative approach to behavior support that stresses skill development, academic success, and life skills. The Behavior Support Specialist also provides support services to the residents outside the classroom and while they remain on campus.
Resident Living Support
Physical Demands & Work Conditions
The physical requirements for this position with or without reasonable accommodation are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. While performing this position the employee with or without reasonable accommodation should have the ability to walk, stand, sit, kneel, speak, and hear with aid, see, read, reach with arms and hands, lift and/or move up to specified weight, and use equipment that is essential to performing the job, such as a computer, copier, fax machine, telephone, and automobile, if applicable. Specific vision requirements of this position may include color vision, seeing things close, and the ability to adjust focus.
The statements herein indicate the general nature and essential duties and responsibilities of work performed by an employee in this position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job. Management may assign or reassign duties and responsibilities of the job and may request the employee to perform other duties and responsibilities not listed at his/her discretion. This job description is not a contract between the employee occupying the position and the employer. Upbring is an at-will employer.