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Senior Behavior Interventionist - Collaborative Achievement Team

Senior Behavior Interventionist - Collaborative Achievement Team

The Collaborative Achievement Team (CAT) is a team that provides 1:1 behavioral support through the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis for K-12 students in Franklin & Grand Isle counties who have experienced trauma or have social-emotional learning disorders.

The Senior BI provides support and feedback to Behavior Interventionists (BI’s), as directed by the Consultants and Team Leader, including staffing coverage of identified K-12 grade students/clients in a public school setting. Senior BI's are expected to assist in data collection, training, and oversight of BI’s in collaboration with the Behavior Consultants. This looks like assisting with on-the-job training surrounding behavior plan implementation, communicating with Consultants and the Team Leader, and attending supervision meetings. A Senior BI must maintain a positive, productive, professional attitude, with all individuals served, their families, other providers, community members, and with and about, NCSS and all NCSS staff.

Schedule aligns with a school schedule with numerous paid vacation days that schools are closed. Working hours are Monday-Friday with a typical standard of 8:00-4:00 with the occasional addition of supervisions, team meetings, Senior BI Open Office Hours, etc. This position is a full-time, salaried position accompanied by a full benefits package, including paid school vacations, tuition reimbursement, and loan forgiveness!

Responsibilities Include:

  • Providing training and modeling of interventions for new Behavior Interventionist staff, providing substitute/temporary coverage due to the absence of the primary BI staff, and planning of community-based activities for students.
  • Supporting social, emotional, and behavioral skills development within the constructs of an individualized behavior plan.
  • Collaborating with Team Leader, Behavior Consultants and additional Senior BIs to coordinate and implement a 4-week CAT summer program for students.

Candidate Must Have:

  • Strong communication skills to work as a team member in supporting students to achieve success in a public-school setting
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services field or in related education field
  • 2+ years of experience in a BI or equivalent position
  • Flexibility with schedule and locations is needed as this position could potentially travel throughout Franklin and Grand Isle counties to a different school daily

NCSS views its employees as our greatest asset and invests in them accordingly. Interested? Please send your resume to or apply online at

Oct 26, 2022
Children Youth & Family
Bachelor's Degree
St. Albans, VT
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