Extended Family Home Specialist

$35,575 - $36,000 yearly
  • Omni Inventive Care
  • Omaha, Ne and Lincoln, NE
  • Mar 25, 2021
Full time Other Behavioral Health Positions

Job Description

Omni Inventive Care is a non-profit agency specializing in community services. We have an opening for an Extended Family Home (EFH) Specialist, working with individuals and families that are providing care to children and adults with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities.  The EFH Specialist will work as a member of a treatment team who will develop and write behavior programs for the purpose of management of maladaptive behaviors. The EFH Specialist is responsible for building rapport with, supporting, and supervising the Extended Family Home.  Additional job duties include data collection and analysis, writing Functional Behavior Assessments, communication with schools, vocational day services, service coordination, mental health professionals, and other team members. Candidates must have strong attention to detail, utilize time management skills effectively, and good organization skills. Must be physically capable to assist clients.

Job Requirements


*Full time salary position with flexible scheduling and excellent benefits! 

*Potential for tuition reimbursement after 6 months of employment!

*Phone and mileage reimbursement.

*Eligible for 3% raise after 6 months of employment.


*Experience working with individuals with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities is preferred.

 *Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service field is required.

*Must have a valid driver’s license and maintain adequate car insurance.

*Must have less than 6 points on driver's license. Cannot have had license suspended in the last 5 years. Please indicate any other driving violations that may affect your application.

*Must pass pre-employment physical and background checks.

*Please apply at http://omniic.com/employment/

Other Salary Information

Based on education and experience

Loan Forgiveness?


Additional Keywords

mental health, behavioral health