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Behavior Coordinator - Lynnwood, WA

companyRedwood Family Care Network
locationLynnwood, WA 98037, USA
PublishedPublished: 9/8/2023
Special Education

Job Title: Behavior Coordinator
Lynnwood, WA Salary Range: $25.00 - $27.00 an hour
Hours: Monday -  Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

SAILS Washington is a part of the Redwood Family Care Network and we take our mission to heart. Our mission is to provide world-class, person-centered services that promote choice, independence, and the opportunity for growth. This is achieved through working partnerships and integrated care coordination.


  • Develop Initial PBSP and IISP. Create & implement behavior support protocols specific to the particular behavioral needs of each client.


  • Responsible for performing and delivering curriculum and learning material and overseeing all operations of Washington SAILS training program as reflected by the following duties and responsibilities.
  • Observe clients on an individualized basis.
  • Develop Initial PBSP and IISP.
  • Collects, organizes, analyzes, and disseminates behavioral data.
  • Train direct staff to the IISP & PBSP and periodically (Weekly) review behavior data and habilitative goal tracking sheets to ensure direct staff are using them correctly.
  • Produces, reviews, and modifies behavioral plans (PBSP, Functional Assessment, and IISP) at least semi-annually to support SAILS clients to achieve their goals.
  • Provide training to our Residential staff on clients’ behavioral plans.
  • Works with stakeholders: teachers, guardians, caseworkers, medical specialists, and direct staff.
  • Attends planning meetings to develop or modify behavioral plans.
  • Participates in the screening of referrals and initial intake assessment of potential clients.
  • Conducts fidelity evaluation to ensure behavioral support plans are being implemented and services are delivered as designed.
  • Works with the SAILS training coordinator to create and provide training related to behavioral support to our Residential team.
  • Maintains and promotes SAILS Behavioral and Organizational Philosophy, and policies and procedures.
  • Participates in client psychoactive medication review appointments.
  • Creates and implements visual aids as needed for clients.
  • Review all incident reports related to behavioral episodes.
  • Provides progressive counseling to staff relating to their knowledge, implementation, and progress of clients per their behavior plans.
  • Evaluate potential clients for placement into supported living residential homes
  • Work in collaboration with other behavioral professionals, supervisors, case managers, and client guardians
  • Provide one-to-one and group training for staff as needed and complete weekly review of data.
  • Enter behavior data into Excel or other tracking software for annual and semi-annual reporting purposes.


  • Must be at least 21 years of age. Some college education and or in the field experience. Bachelor’s Degree in a related field is preferred.

  • Must have a minimum of three years of supervisory experience in social work, child care, and/or support staff industry providing direct services to the elderly and or children/adults with developmental disabilities.

  • Experience providing behavioral tech support to adults or children with Autism, Intellectual Disability, Behavioral Disorders, or Mental Health

  • Must have fingerprint and criminal clearance prior to starting. 


  • Key Tasks and Areas of Responsibility which are included but not limited to your Basic Functions and Job Duties.

  • Results and Contributions, you have made towards accomplishing the mission and values of SAILS Washington Inc.

  • Job Behaviors such as Urgency, Ownership, and Discipline.

  • Maintain maximum utilization of service delivery hours.

  • Reduction/elimination of the number of findings/recommendations cited.

  • Number of “No Deficiency” visits by agencies.

  • Maintain professional and positive behavior in all aspects of job duties.


  • Must have an intimate understanding of Residential Services Statement of Work.


  • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the functions.

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