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POSITION: Behavior Health Technician, Project SOAR/ROAR
REPORTS TO: Clinical Manager, Project SOAR/ROAR

PAY RATE: $16.26 per hour
JOB TYPE: Full Time
LOCATION: Crawford County


*$500 at 90 days, $500 at 180 days and $1,000 at 1 year

The Behavior Health Technician (BHT) for Project SOAR/ROAR works with students in Maplewood Elementary School and Cambridge Springs Elementary School. Worker provides direct services to assigned caseload and must be able to follow a prescribed treatment plan.


  • Implements behavioral health treatment plans to students in the school setting.
  • Tracks measurable objectives, documents treatment activities and responses, and communicates overall progress through written and oral reports.
  • Attends clinical team meetings, Family Nights, and annual SBBH trainings.
  • Maintains case records and reports in a timely manner as required in agency policy.
  • Participates in staff development activities, including individual and peer supervision.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor's degree in a human services field required.
  • Minimum of two (2) years working in a CASSP system and mental health services agency required.
  • Experience in the application of Behavioral Modification, including Functional Behavioral Assessment as used by the Positive Education Program, preferred.
  • Knowledge of child development encouraged.

Family Services of NW PA (FSNWPA) is a non-profit social service agency with a mission to Strengthen Families and Transform Lives. We provide a comprehensive continuum of care and high quality, innovative programs and services to children and families across Northwest Pennsylvania. Services are available in Erie, Crawford, Mercer, and Venango Counties in Pennsylvania. Learn more at

Project SOAR/ROAR helps children in the Penncrest School District who are experiencing emotional and/ or behavioral difficulties in the school setting. The Project ROAR/SOAR team works closely with school personnel and includes master-level mental health professionals, bachelor-level mental health workers, family school coordinators, and parent liaisons.

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