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Behavioural Consultation and Support Services Team

  • Make a difference in people's daily lives by doing meaningful work
  • Live and work in a location with amazing landscapes and a variety of outdoor activities to take part in
  • Enjoy a long-term career with opportunities for growth and learning
About Sources Community Resources Society

Sources Community Resources Society is an internationally-accredited, community-based non-profit organization. We have been providing help, encouragement and hope for individuals and families in White Rock, Surrey, Delta, Langley, Prince George, Parksville and beyond since 1978.  

We touch the lives of thousands of individuals and families across the Lower Mainland, Northern British Columbia and Vancouver Island every year. To serve them, our team of dedicated staff and devoted volunteers offer a variety of social wellness programs and services through more than 20 locations, including Community Resource Centres that are continually expanding to meet individual and community needs.

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Living in Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert is a coastal port city nestled into a mountain, surrounded by the Great Bear Rainforest, and just a boat ride away from where you can spot grizzly bears, wolves, orcas and humpbacks. The nearby Skeena River and surrounding area is famous for fishing, kayaking, hiking and general adventuring. 

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Living in Terrace

A vibrant and growing city, Terrace has the largest regional population base in this part of the province and is the service, educational, medical, and transportation hub of the region. The activities here are endless: world-class fishing on the Skeena River, hiking trips through the backcountry, cycling along city paths, or mountain biking down steep terrain. 

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Living in Fort St. John

Fort St. John is the largest city in northeastern BC. Fort St. John is not only the largest city in the northeast region of BC; it is also the largest city in British Columbia situated along the world-famous Alaska Highway. Fort St. John is British Columbia’s best-kept secret. We think we have the best of everything – recreation at our doorstep, affordable living, and big city amenities, all in a small, friendly town. 

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About the Opportunity

We are looking for candidates to join our Sources Community Living Services Behavioural Consultation and Support Services Team in Terrace, Prince Rupert and Fort St. John, BC. We are seeking engaging and passionate individuals to enhance lives and build meaningful connections in the following roles:  

  • Behaviour Interventionists
  • Behaviour Consultants
  • Behaviour Analysts

Reporting to the Manager of Northwest Services you will coordinate, plan, and partake in activities that ensure people’s lives are rich and full. You will be contributing to and actively participating in building a strong team environment, as well as attending and participating in regularly scheduled team meetings.

The scope of each role's responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

Behaviour Interventionists

  • Assessing client’s needs to ensure exceptional case management and report writing
  • Using teaching methods to target specific program goals and implementing teaching programs and other interventions
  • Collecting/monitoring/recording data and reviewing client progress with analysts, consultants and other team members
  • Developing, teaching, and demonstrating the strategies of positive behaviour support
  • Writing accurate session notes and maintaining files

Behaviour Consultants

  • Training other team members (school staff, counsellors, etc.) when required
  • Travelling regionally as required on a regular basis
  • Maintaining a caseload and providing direct services to families referred to the program
  • Conducting assessments and positive behaviour training sessions 

Behaviour Analysts

Clinically supervising and developing plans that incorporate evidence-based intervention in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis based on assessment data, the goals and characteristics of the persons served, and the ecology of the family of the persons served. In addition to this, you will teach/demonstrate strategies in the Intervention Plan and/or Positive Behaviour Support Plan to the persons served, caregivers and Behaviour Interventionists, within the relevant environment(s).

  • Writing accurate session notes and maintaining files
  • Regularly travelling to other communities in the service delivery area as required
  • Liaising with other caregivers and stakeholders on the client’s service team
  • Conducting assessments and positive behaviour training sessions for families
  • Monitoring support strategies for families of children with developmental disabilities
About You

To qualify, you will need to be a proactive individual with strong communication skills, proficiency in English and a passion for enhancing the lives of people with developmental disabilities. All roles require a valid Class 5 BC Driver's License, driver's abstract and a reliable vehicle. You must also be comfortable using Office suite including Excel, Word, Outlook and central data systems.

The following will be critical to successfully performing each role:

Behaviour Interventionists

  • Experience working with children with autism and experience/ability to manage and respond to aggressive behaviour (preferred)
  • A high school diploma and two years of post-secondary education in a related field (preferred, but not required)
  • Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training (asset)

Behaviour Consultants

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Child and Youth Care, or another related field
  • Willingness to travel to other communities within the region, including Haida Gwaii
  • Minimum 2 years of experience working with families, or other related experience

Behaviour Analysts

  • Master’s Degree in a human services field (eg. Special Education, Educational Psychology, Behavioural Sciences)
  • At least 2 years experience conducting Behaviour Assessments resulting in the creation of an Intervention Plan or Positive Behaviour Support Plan that incorporates evidence-based intervention in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis
  • Certified as a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst through the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board

All employees must be willing to disclose their COVID-19 vaccination status and must pass a Criminal Records Check through the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General Criminal Records Review Program.  

About the Benefits

As a valued member of our team, you can look forward to an hourly wage based on role, skills and experience (all wages are currently under review due to sector-wide settlements):

  • Behaviour Interventionist – starting at $25/hr
  • Behaviour Consultants – starting at $37/hr
  • Behaviour Analysts – starting between $46-50/hr

You will also enjoy a host of great benefits, including:

  • Extended health, vision, and dental coverage
  • Long-term disability, life insurance, accidental death & dismemberment coverage
  • Employee & Family Assistance Plan
  • Training and mentorship opportunities
  • Community events and activities
  • MPP pension plan after 1 year
  • Generous paid time off, starting at 3 weeks to a maximum of 8 weeks

If you share our values and have the skills necessary to bring success to the role, then we invite you to apply today!

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