Requirements: MS/MA and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or PHD in Psychology or related field
The Behavior Analyst assists the Clinical Director and is directly responsible for developing curriculum, supervising BCBAs and BCaBAs, training direct service staff, and writing behavior plans for children with autism being supported by Employer. The Behavior Analyst provides intensive in-home supports to improve language, adaptive skills, and social skills by making a difference daily in applying the five Employer Values: Respect, Safety, Fun, Mentoring and Accountability.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Supervision: Provide clinical supervision to BCBAs, BCaBAs and direct service staff on the child’s team during one-to-one supervision meetings, group supervision, and/or client sessions
Conduct Assessments and Develop Behavior Support Plans: Conduct functional analyses and ongoing functional assessments, preference assessments, skills assessments and develop behavior programs for each child.
Staff Training and Treatment Fidelity: Attend weekly staff meetings, train staff members on programs and evaluate treatment integrity.
Parent Training: Train parents on the child’s treatment plans and monitor implementation of the treatment plan and child’s progress following training.
Measure and Report Progress: Write progress notes summarizing person’s progress in narrative and graphic form.
Meet Best Practice Standards: Adhere to the ethical guidelines and disciplinary standards of the BACB. Use evidence-based intervention strategies. Compile, get authorization for, and present all programs with restrictive behavioral interventions to the Human Rights Committee and Peer Review Committee.
Work with Interdisciplinary Team Members: Attend relevant team meetings and inform parents, state employees, teachers and others of behavior plan interventions, progress on targets, new behaviors of concerns and other relevant information needed to assist the team in providing effective treatment.
Training and Certifications:
Complete all initial and on-going training requirements within established time frames.
Complete annual CPR, First Aid and OSHA training.
Obtain and maintains SOAR certification.
Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Degree/Certification Requirement: BCBA or Ph.D. in Psychology or related field.
Provide intensive in-home behavior services to children with autism.
Attend and conduct staff and/or parent trainings, as needed.
Other duties as assigned by Clinical Director, Area Director and/or CEO.
Follow state policies and procedures.
Serve as an official representative of Employer and market a positive image
Experience or Education:
18 year of age or older; and
Board Certified Behavior Analyst; or
PHD in Psychology or related field
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