CBEM brings lasting, positive changes to the individuals with developmental disabilities we serve, some of whom experience mental illness. Our process begins with observations from which we design a comprehensive plan. It continues on as we teach our clients and their circle of support how to obtain positive, sustainable outcomes.

Position: Stabilization Interventionist

Location: Redding, CA (and surrounding areas), In-Person/Onsite Required

Reports to: Program Director

Employment Status: Full-time, Hourly, Non-Exempt

Salary: $27.65 hourly 

 

Who We Are: Leaders in Innovate Crisis Services

CBEM provides holistic support and services for individuals with developmental disabilities and co-occurring physical and mental health disorders.  

We get to know our clients first, then design a comprehensive plan to address both immediate and long term needs. Our holistic approach supports both the individuals we service and their circle of support to maintain stability.

CBEM provides prevention, acute and chronic crisis support, training and skill development, family and caregiver support, and Regional Center integration. 

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Who You Are: 

  • Must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Human Services, Counseling, Social Work, Special Education, Applied Behavior Analysis, etc..

  • Must have a California Driver’s license in good standing and insurance. 

  • Preferred experience with the Developmentally Disabled population is a bonus!

 

Why Join Us: 

As a CBEM Employee, you will have an opportunity to be a leader in innovative crisis services. CBEM offers the following benefits: 

  • Positive learning environment
  • Language differentials
  • Mileage & travel reimbursements 
  • Company laptop and phone
  • Group Supervision from a PsyD, PhD, and or LMFT/

 

Summary

The Stabilization Interventionist (SI) assists individuals and their families in overcoming critical moments in their life. A Stabilization Interventionist (SI) provides support to Critical Intervention Specialists (CIS) and Clinical Team Mentors (CTM) in providing acute crisis response. The Stabilization Interventionist is responsible for monitoring progress and stabilization goals as determined by the CIS/CTM. The Stabilization Interventionist will have an awareness of the Regional Center’s system of care and work collaboratively with Lead CIS/CTM with whom they are paired.  Additionally, the Stabilization Interventionist will follow guidance from Lead CIS/CTM. There is a huge emphasis on team and it is important for individuals to be team players. The Stabilization Interventionist will also work in partnership with the Lead CIS/CTM and the Regional Center’s designated liaison in order to provide the highest quality Critical Intervention Services.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following areas

Caseload Management

  • In partnership with CIS meet with the client's family/primary caregiver (typically in their home environment) and meet weekly with clients. Build and maintain rapport with clients.

  • Assist the Lead with Client Intake.

  • Gather data for Case Reviews and Stabilization Plans. Monitor progress as instructed by CIS/CTM.

  • Participate in case conferencing as needed with CIS and Administrative Team members.

  • Attend and participate in clinical meetings with community resources (such as Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Physicians, Therapists, etc.).

  • Under the direction of the CIS/CTM Implement positive programming strategies and engage in crisis assault training. 

  • Present a high degree of professionalism and the ability to work effectively and in a collaborative manner with clients, professional agencies, other CIS and Administrative Team members.

  • Maintain consistent communication with the Lead, your Supervisor, residential staff, day program staff, care providers, family members and other members of the client’s circle of support.

Team Participation

  • Actively participate in weekly CBEM team meetings and team builders.

  • Actively participate as a member of the team, working collaboratively with and supporting other staff.

Documentation

  • Maintain professional written case notes that are submitted in a timely manner and in compliance with HIPAA regulations.  

  • Follow and comply with all documentation guidelines reviewed during CBEM’s new hire training program.

Billing

  • Complete the assigned deliverable/billable hours per week, as assigned by your Supervisor.

Hotline Responsibilities

  • Assist the Lead on hotline calls during business hours.

  • Respond on-site to a critical incident when necessary during business hours. Follow and comply with all hotline guidelines as reviewed during CBEM’s new hire training.

Stakeholder Engagement

  • Communicate   CBEM’s   critical   intervention   philosophy   of   positive   behavioral   practice, compassion and respect.

  • Maintain stakeholder engagement by providing ongoing information to the Service Coordinator at the Regional Center.

  • Attend all meetings on behalf of the client unless otherwise arranged with your Supervisor.

  • Attend workshops, trainings, and in-services provided by CBEM or by an outside agency, if asked by CBEM to do so. 

  • Attend Regional Center drop-in clinic hours as directed by your Supervisor.

  • All other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

 

Supervisory Responsibilities

This job has no supervisory responsibilities.

 

Schedule

Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 5 pm, 9 am - 5:30 pm, 9:30 am - 6 pm shift

 

Job Requirements

  • Valid CA Driver’s License and proof of sufficient car insurance

  • Clearance of DOJ/FBI records (complete before hire)

  • Proof of Negative Tuberculosis Screening (upon hire)

 

Complete Mandatory Training Requirements

  • CPR/First Aid Certifications (complete during employment) Maintain CPR/First Aid Certifications

  • Safety Training Certification (complete during employment) 

 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.

Education and Experience

Must have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in psychology, counseling, social work, special education, behavioral science or related field; one year of experience working with persons with developmental disabilities with challenging behaviors is strongly preferred.

Behavioral and Psychological Skills

Ability to utilize least restrictive measures in avoiding escalated situations. Ability to use verbal interventions that involve use of empathy, compassion, positive behavioral programming, respect, openness, client-centered approach, as well as those best practice interventions outlined in least restrictive verbal intervention protocol. Ability to utilize positive reinforcement for shaping behavior. Ability to engage and practice active listening. Ability to calm critical situations involving both individuals and groups. Ability to utilize strong crisis communication skills and develop a therapeutic alliance.  Ability to meet time sensitive deadlines as well as weekly billable hour expectations, ability to utilize email and text messaging to communicate with CIS and Administrative team, as well as circle of support.  Ability to use applied behavioral analysis principles and working knowledge of Applied Behavior Analysis preferred. Working knowledge of DSM 5 diagnoses.

Writing Skills

Ability  to  produce  daily  notes  on  specific  cases,  specific  clients  served  as  well  as  specific interventions  provided  during  the  course  of  work. Ability to write in English and produce written material with appropriate grammar.

Language Skills

Ability to read, analyze and interpret general periodicals, professional journals, technical periodicals and governmental regulations.  Ability to effectively and creatively present information and respond to questions from service providers, clients, parents, regional center representatives and the general public. Ability to effectively counsel clients in critical situations/incidents.

 

Competencies

Communication 

Demonstrates effective verbal and written communication skills. Keeps others adequately informed and chooses appropriate methods of communication.  Communicates in a respectful and professional manner with internal and external colleagues, clients, etc. Uses reason when dealing with emotional topics. Regularly communicates with Supervisor, Regional Centers contacts, clients, care providers, and the circle of support members during the life cycle of the client's case.

Team work

Actively participates to move the team toward the successful completion of goals.  Actively participates in team meetings and team builders. Puts success of the team above own interest. 

Productivity

Completes most work within documented deadlines. Prioritizes schedule and manages competing demands which results in increased efficiency of completing essential duties of position. Strives to increase clinical skills and professional development.

Other Skills

Ability to work collaboratively with others in a team environment. Ability to prioritize tasks and demonstrate efficient  use  of time.   Ability to portray a  professional, polished appearance and manner.  Ability to be self-motivated, work independently and take initiative with cases to ensure quality of service. Knowledgeable on the theory and practice of positive behavioral programming.

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk, sit, stand and drive.  The employee is also required to use their hands and reach with their arms.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus.

The employee may be required to intervene in physically demanding behavioral interventions with physically aggressive clients in environments with unpredictable circumstances.

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