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Behaviour Support Services Manager, Temporary, Part Time


Position: Temporary Manager, Positive Behavior Support Program

Location: Surrey

Hours: 30 hrs/week (to cover a Maternity Leave)

Position Description

Located in Surrey, the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Manager supervises the MCFD funded PBS team, our fee for service Access program and our FASD Key Worker. The Manager acts as a clinical resource for the PBS staff he/she supervises, families, caregivers, community agencies and all those involved with the child and family. He/she reviews strategies and makes any changes necessary, monitors progress and assists in modifying strategies when appropriate.  The manager also organizes or provides training and clinically supervises the Behaviour Consultants who implement the plan with the family.  This position is also responsible for leading, supporting and supervising staff, representing our program with our funders and in the community.  The manager will ensure clinical standards and practices are maintained.

Also, the manager will oversee and direct our ACCESS program; a fee for service positive behaviour support program with a modest team of BI’s, Consultants, and Behaviour Analysts.  This will require some flex hours, (generally 1 to 2 per week) on an as needed basis.  Travel may be required for this position.

About Sources

Sources is a community-based non-profit organization that has been providing help, encouragement, and hope for individuals and families for the last 40 years. We are a COA accredited non-profit organization that serves 40,000 individuals annually. At Sources we value respect and collaboration as we are all striving to promote the same mission—social wellness for our community.

Sources Positive Support Services

We provide in-home Behaviour Consultation services to families throughout the Lower Mainland using a Family Centered Positive Behaviour Support model.  Families are referred to our service through MCFD and work with our Consultants for approximately 1 year. During that time, the consultant and the family work together 1:1 to create and implement individualized strategies to address concerns and teach new skills.


  • ·         MA in related field
  • ·         BCBA or BCaBA preferred
  • ·         3 years manager/coordinator experience
  • ·         5 years working directly with families as a consultant and/or behaviour analyst
  • ·         Proven communication skills with funders, partners, clients
  • ·         Own vehicle, and valid BC driver’s license
  • ·         Successful criminal record check

Start Date: June 15, 2019

Closing Date: May 17, 2019. Internal applicants contact by May 17, 2019

How to apply:  Please send resume and cover letter to Howard Schein, Director of Child, Family and Counselling Services       Fax: 604 531-2316