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Community Based Rehabilitation Specialist/Case Manager (apply)

Boise, ID 83702 (Downtown area)
Bachelor's (Required)
US work authorization (Required)
$16 - $22 an hour
Full time or part time.
Access Behavioral Health Services is currently looking for dedicated individuals that enjoy working with people in a fast paced environment. We are looking for self-motivated people wanting to work for a fun, forward thinking company, working to meet the needs of the mentally ill within the community. CBRS Providers engage with their clients to help in rebuilding of social skills, re-learning basic living skills, learning to manage their personal funds, and learning how to interact in the community and manage their psychiatric symptoms. Case Management works with individuals and their families to access and advocate for the resources needed to create an environment that supports recovery, growth, and stability. This position offers flexible schedules including day, evening and weekend hours. This is a full-time or part-time position working with both children and adults, providing both CBRS and CM. Access BHS provides comprehensive training including classroom time.

Residential Habilitation Direct Service Staff (apply)

Boise, ID 83702 (Downtown area)
$10-12.00 plus room for growth.
Full time or part time.
At least 18 years of age.
Valid Drivers License, registration and insurance.
Come join the team at Access Behavioral Health Services. We are looking for individuals who want to work with others in their homes and in the community in helping them to build skills and maintain their independence in a variety of ways. The ideal candidate(s) will maintain a level of professionalism in the work that is done, be able to work independently as well as part of a team, and have compassion for the work that they do. This is a new program at Access which also means that we will have opportunities for advancement as we grow.


Human Resources Administrative Assistant (apply)

Boise, ID 83702 (Downtown area)
$10 - $11 an hour
High school diploma or equivalent.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Have an understanding of and have a good working relationship with our employees

Bilingual Behavioral Intervention Specialist (Spanish) (apply)

Boise, ID 83702 (Downtown area)
$20 - $21 an hour
Documenting data and programs utilizing an electronic health system.
Collaborate with families and service providers to better serve the participants.
Access Behavioral Health Services is hiring for a full time Behavioral Intervention Specialists to work with children ages 3 to 21 with developmental disabilities and/or behavioral needs in the participant's home and in the community. An ideal candidate is patient and flexible. Hours vary and are dependent on the family's needs.

Respite Care Provider (apply)

Boise, ID 83702 (Downtown area)
You will coordinate with families and the program supervisor to make your schedule.
$12-13.50 plus room for growth.
Maintain CPR and First aid certification.
As a respite care provider you will be engaging youth in their interests in the home and in the community. Activities can range from watching movies and playing games to shopping and going to parks. You will coordinate with families and the program supervisor to make your schedule.

Habilitative Supports Staff (apply)

Boise, ID 83702 (Downtown area)
$10 - $12 an hour
Documenting data and programs utilizing an electronic health system.
Collaborate with families and service providers to better serve the participants.
Access Behavioral Health Services is hiring for part time and full time Habilitative Support staff to work with children ages 3 to 17 with developmental disabilities in the community. An ideal candidate is patient, flexible and enjoys having fun while helping children reach their potential. Hours vary and are dependent on the family's needs.

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