Intervention Technician

Minimum Qualifications:

(Education, Knowledge, Skill, Abilities)

  • Pass a rule compliant Criminal History and Background Check
  • Be under the supervision of qualified supervisor
  • Meet training requirements in rule
  • This is a provisional position intended to allow an individual to gain the necessary degree or experience needed to qualify as an intervention specialist
  • Must be an employee of a DDA under the supervision of a specialist or professional who is observing and reviewing the direct services performed by the intervention technician
  • Supervision must occur on a monthly basis, or more often as a necessary, to ensure the intervention technician demonstrates the necessary skills to provide the intervention technician service
  • Provisional status is limited to a single eighteen (18) successive month period
  • The qualifications for this type of provider can be met by one (1) of the following:
    • An individual who is currently enrolled and is within twenty-four (24) semester credits, or equivalent, to complete their bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in a human service field; or
    • An individual who holds a bachelor’s degree in a human services field from an accredited institution but is in need of experience

General Responsibilities:

  • Implement, document, and maintain HCBS settings standards, qualities, and safeguards to comply with regulations and participants’ preferences
  • Meet qualifications for specific services provided
  • Receive instruction on the needs of participant
  • Demonstrate ability to provide services
  • Develop, improve, and maintain the developmentally appropriate functional abilities and daily living skill needed by participant
  • Establish a relationship with persons in the home and become familiar with pertinent information on each individual
  • Support and follow the direction of supervisor
  • Assure compliance with and all other safety requirements
  • Perform other duties as assigned
  • Develop working relationships with other staff
  • Provide leadership to co-workers, model learned skills and give feedback as needed
  • Assumer responsibility for shift when designated to do so
  • Problem-solve and make programmatic suggestions when appropriate
  • Attend trainings
  • Attend supervision
  • Participant in observations

Programmatic Responsibilities:

  • Follow service-specific rules
  • Become familiar with record keeping systems
  • Collect service documentation
  • Serve as a member of the team as needed
  • Assist as designated by supervisor

Training Requirements:

  • Complete an update CPR/First Aid Training
  • Maintain satisfactory performance on annual evaluation
  • Complete and update SAM (Self Administration of Medication) class as required prior to assisting with meds
  • Complete and update training upon hire and annually thereafter
  • Complete upon hire and update Fire Safety Training annually
  • Complete all DDA-specific training requirements

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