Design, supervise, evaluate, and modify treatment programs for those involved with Fraser, Ltd services and in keeping inline with the overall goals and vision of Fraser, Ltd.
Fraser, Ltd Overview
Fraser, Ltd., by charter is the oldest human service agency in North Dakota established in 1893. Fraser, Ltd provides assistance to children, youth, and adults on their life's journey towards independence. We are seeking caring, responsible, and compassionate individuals to join our team of over 200 professionals. We provide services in 3 areas; Children’s Services, Transitional Youth Services, and Adult Residential Disability Services. Children’s Services provides a safe, healthy, and inclusive environment in which children with special needs and children typically developing learn and grow together. Transitional Youth Services provides shelter, basic needs, life skills education and advocacy services for disenfranchised youth by supporting independent thought and empowering self-directed action for individuals ages 16-26. Adult Residential Disability Services promotes education, advocacy, and active treatment for people with intellectual disabilities by providing supportive services in a residential environment.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
Responsibilities and Job Duties:
- Board Certified Behavioral Analyst required.
•To explore dreams, desires, and goals with people and support people to achieve their goals, dreams, and outcomes.
•Provide intellectual and behavioral assessments and write reports on a timely basis.
•Coordinate development and implementation of Behavior Management Programs, and monitor their use.
•Adjust Behavior Management Programs as monitoring indicates using positive behavior supports.
•Train staff in the application of Behavior Management principles and techniques, and provide technical assistance with existing programs.
•Assist the Fraser Staff in the development of objectives to meet identified behavioral needs.
•Attend Pre-admission and Admission Committee meetings as required.
•Present all pre-admission materials for psychological assessment at Admissions Committee meetings.
•Present cases to the Behavior Management Committee and the Human Rights Committee, as required.
•Read Incident Report forms and initiate action necessary as the situation dictates.
•Administratively supervised by the QMRP.
•Report to the QMRP on a daily basis and as required in order to ensure the psychological needs of individuals are met on a timely and thorough basis.
•Provide training in the use of physical intervention techniques per State Policy.
•Attend management meetings, as required.
•Attend and participate in discharge meetings, as required.
•Attend administrative and clinical supervision meetings, as required.
•Attend residential and day program meetings, as required.
•Provide individual and group training to individuals and supervise training provided by less experienced staff.
•Inform QMRP on a monthly basis regarding individuals' progress on Behavior Management programs.
•Adhere to Foundation policies, procedures, personnel policies, state regulations, Accreditation Council standards, Title XIX regulations, and those of all other regulatory bodies as required.
•Serve "on call" as directed.
•Be available for other assignments/responsibilities as required.
•May be clinically supervised by a licensed psychologist if credentials do not allow for state licensure per the North Dakota Century Code, Chapter 43-32.
Final Job Description will be available at a later date.