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Job Code:2024-CC-013
Preferred Experience:
Minimum Experience:Some Experience Required
Job Category:Regular Full Time

Come work for Marimn Health - voted one of the Best Places to Work in the Inland Northwest in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 AND 2022 and Modern Healthcare's Family Friendliest Employer in 2020!

Fantastic benefits, flexible schedules, paid holidays and ability to choose vacation times!

Your employer paid benefits include:

  • Medical, Dental, Prescription, and Vision for employee and all legal dependents.
  • 401(k) plan with 5% employer match after 1 year of employment.
  • Employer paid life insurance.
  • Short and long term disability.
  • Generous PTO with the ability to earn additional personal days.

Please note that this position is in Plummer, ID. Carpool opportunities are available.             


Bachelor’s degree in Education or Behavioral Sciences required.  Course work in the areas of psychology, social work, special education, counseling, psychosocial rehabilitation, preferred.  Previous experience working with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma, have developmental or behavioral disabilities required.  Ability to work positively with students, caregivers and across multiple community partners. Demonstrates an aptitude for the work to be performed.  Must be able to pass a criminal history background check.   At least one (1) successful experience working in a school or after-school environment with students including those with disabilities.  Certified as a CBRS/PSR, Behavior Intervention Specialist, Habilitative Interventionist (or expecting certification within 90 days of hire) with 2 years of experience, preferred.


  • Hearing within normal limits with or without use of corrective hearing devices.
  • Vision: adequate to read 12-point type with or without use of corrective lenses.
  • Must be able to verbally interact with staff, clients and public.
  • Manual dexterity of hands/fingers for writing and data entry.
  • Able to lift up to 30 lbs.
  • Sitting 25% to50% of the day.
  • Standing/walking 75% of the day.
  • Pushing up to 50 lbs.
  • Pulling up to 50 lbs.


  • Maintains a positive peer relationship and performs as a team player.
  • Plans and prioritizes to maintain a time and attendance record which complies with company policy.
  • Provides excellent internal and external customer service assistance, providing knowledgeable and appropriate information to customers.
  • Works independently in a very detail oriented manner, and meets deadlines.
    • Employee reports to work in a timely manner.
    • Employee utilizes breaks and meal periods to care for personal business outside of the work area.
    • Employee completes work assignments in a timely manner and appropriately exits the work area in a timely manner.
    • Employee appropriately utilizes Time and Attendance for clocking in and out and schedules absences in advance when possible.
    • Has regular and predictable attendance.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Maintains high standards of ethical behavior and confidentiality.
  • Assists youth with behavioral or emotional challenges in the school, clinic and community settings.
  • Works directly with youth in either the Coeur d’Alene Tribal School or Plummer/Worley School District during the school day and Boys & Girls Club in the afternoons
  • Responsible for facilitating continuity of care across multiple locations (School, Boys & Girls Club, home).Takes a team approach to interventions and functions as a collaborative member of interdisciplinary team providing assistance to youth and their families.
  • Provides services in line with Individual Education Plan (I.E.P.) and 504 Plan and Behavioral Health Plan(s).
  • Supports youth to participate in, and access, therapies and learning opportunities by working with, caregivers, schools, community partners and Marimn staff to address barriers to access.
  • Provides individualized, evidence based, brief interventions that produce measurable outcomes and diminish behaviors that interfere with wellness and healthy development.
  • Delivers group and one on one interventions to promote prosocial behaviors at school and/or Boys and Girls Club.
  • Provides support related to activities of daily living such as personal hygiene, food preparation, chores, homework and self-management.
  • Assists students in organizing materials and class assignments.
  • Attends (and when necessary, works with Behavioral Health Case Manager to schedule) WRAP around care meetings to coordinate care and/or advocate for youth needs in school, Boys & Girls Club and home settings.
  • Provides prompts to assist youth in managing their own behavior and in practicing prosocial behavior.
  • Works closely with the Boys & Girls Club and Behavioral Health Staff to review the effectiveness of interventions and recommends revisions to approaches as needed. Keeps staff up to date on revisions.
  • Maintains knowledge of trauma informed care and teaches/coaches staff in trauma-informed approaches to youth programming and staff responses to behavior.
  • Provides input to Boys & Girls Club/Behavioral Health collaboration team regarding potential, programming, policy, or procedure changes to improve support to youth and their families. Advocates for holistic, family centered approach to services.
  • Utilizes Marimn Health documentation standards and protocols appropriately and timely to ensure collaboration and communication of progress and plan(s) with other Marimn Health care providers and community partners.
  • Functions collaboratively with various community partners such as, Behavioral Health, schools, medical providers, legal systems, recreational systems and/or other behavioral health providers.
  • Works as a member of a multi-disciplinary team that includes Marimn Health and the Coeur d’Alene Tribe.
  • Regularly reports on progress to supervisors and parents/guardians
  • Listens to and resolves youth identified issues and/or refers to the appropriate person/department.
  • Functions as a role model to youth.
  • Tracks billing for all Medicaid eligible students.
  • Willing to participate in clinical supervision, attend care plan/staff meetings with Behavioral Health team.