Do you have a passion for working with children? Do you want to be the impact in a child's life that makes a difference for them? Then we have the position for YOU!
We are seeking a Behavior Aide to work within a dynamic elementary school team and provide treatment to elementary aged children who experience severe emotional disturbances. This is a self-contained, mental health services classroom with our Children's Behavior Therapy Unit (CBTU) located at Frost Elementary School.
You want to work for a company that is both innovative and cutting edge. You want to work for a company that is constantly pursuing the most integrative treatment modalities to address the psychiatric, addiction, and developmental challenges that our clients face. Several years ago, we decided not to rest on our laurels and we dug in to take our company to the next level. This has furthered our ability to serve a variety of clients and client needs.
Check us out – thousands do every month. We are looking to hire people who want to grow themselves and their careers. We are a people powered organization. Our employees and our open and thriving culture define us. Let us be the best place you’ll ever work!
Location: 3444 West 4400 South, WVC, 84119
Schedule: Work M-F, 40 hours per week. 8:15 - 4:15. This is a 10 month position that runs concurrent with a traditional school calendar, with elongated summer program with 44 days of leave without pay.
Pay: Commensurate with Experience
Benefits: Yes…Valley provides a generous benefits package including Health and Dental insurance, Paid time off, paid holidays, health savings plan, Employee assistance program, tuition reimbursement, 401K and Roth IRA and Long and Short-Term Disability.
CBTU is a collaborative classroom with Salt Lake School District serving elementary aged clients who are in need of social emotional learning to support their behavioral health and academic needs. The team at CBTU is dedicated to providing services to some of the most in need students in Salt Lake school district to help them develop skills to succeed at school, home and in the community.