WORK EXPERIENCE: One to two years preferred in a similar environment (school work study programs may apply) with degree. Two to three years without degree, preferred.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must submit to an annual physical exam and be able to meet the following essential requirements:
Lift from 60 to 120 lbs. alone on a recurring basis and/or 120 to 200 lbs. with assistance.
Able to withstand long periods of standing, walking or taking part in physical exercise programs on a recurring basis.
Be able to endure long hours of work periods without rest and/or sleep.
*Be highly alert with very quick reflexes to respond to emergency situations with children
*Tasks may require exposure to blood, tissue and/or bodily fluids.
A. Must not have a record of a felony or misdemeanor convictions.
B. Must have a current valid State of Georgia license. Must present an M.V.R. that meets the standards set in Hillside Driving policy.
C. Must demonstrate adequate writing skills (refer to the established criteria for the Behavioral Specialist Questionnaire).
SUPERVISION GIVEN: Various number of children.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Guided by verbal instructions and written policies, procedures and established guidelines.
WORK SCHEDULE: The Behavioral Specialist will be required to work varied work schedules, such as 40-44 hours/week. If situations allow, rest periods may be provided.