Intervention Specialist


  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in human services field
  • Coursework in Child Development, Learning Theory, Applied Behavioral Analysis
  • Minimum of 12 months of supervised experience with children who have developmental disabilities
  • Pass an initial criminal background check
  • Have a current driver’s license, car insurance and reliable transportation


  • Provide Habilitative Intervention
  • Provide family education, as needed
  • Provide family training
  • Provide Interdisciplinary Training
  • Analyze and compile intervention data
  • Write Program Implementation Plans (PIP’s)
  • Consult with other professionals regarding participant needs
  • Effectively communicate with parents/guardians and Clinical Supervisor (CS)
  • Attend a minimum of 12 hours of ongoing training, annually.
  • Become certified in first aid and CPR within 60 days of employment
  • Turn in hours bi-weekly on time sheet for personal compensation
  • Maintain a high standard of ethical conduct
  • Renew Habilitative Interventionist Certification every two years
  • No mileage or travel reimbursement
  • Any other duties and responsibilities specified by supervisor

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