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Applied Behavior Consultants - East Bay, CA
Applied Behavior Consultants, Inc.
~Caring and Effective Education~
East Bay, California
ABC (Applied Behavior Consultants, Inc.) serves the needs of children with autism and developmental disabilities using the technology of Applied Behavior Analysis. ABC is currently interviewing Behavior Consultants to work in the East Bay area. Behavior Consultants provide a wide variety of behavioral services including behavior intervention services, consult with outside facilities (community care facilities), and teach workshops and seminars. These positions all receive extensive initial training from ABC, as well as ongoing supervision and continuing education in Behavior Analysis. BCBA preferred.
The Behavior Consultant position includes full time salary, eligibility for medical, dental and vision benefits, cell phone, Wi-Fi and mileage reimbursement, monthly allotted staff reinforcers budget, enrollment in Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) program, opportunities for advancement, opportunities for travel, ongoing BCBA supervision, CEU training opportunities, and much more. All CEU’s offered at ABC are paid for. Start 2 weeks paid vacation, sick time (6 days/annually), 1 personal day and paid holidays (roughly 11-12 days per calendar year). After three years of full time employment, you will accrue 3 weeks paid vacation. After four years, you will accrue 4 weeks paid vacation.
Job Functions: Behavior Consultant (BC)
- Assess individual clients initially in order to develop program plans in relation to the client’s deficits/excesses.
- Assess individual students for deficits and/or excesses that may be interfering with lesson progression.
- Monitor ongoing behavior intervention plans for effectiveness and their relation to lesson plans.
- Identify variables that may interfere with the transition of an individual client to another more normalized setting.
- Coordinate with families/staff, program activities as they pertain to program goals, behavioral objectives and transitional goals.
- Review each client’s program for integrity and progression with constant measurement of skills acquired by each client.
- Develop and write intervention plans that address deficits in self-help, communication, socialization and play skills and behavior excesses.
- Develop exit plan aimed at maintaining each clients acquired skills in a less restrictive environment.
- Continually analyze data to modify existing programming
- Advise and train (hands-on) tutors, staff and families in the implementation of all programs, and basic principals.
- Troubleshoot special problems in program implementation and expand programs for generalization and maintenance.
- Carry out other behavior intervention services within classrooms, care homes, and private homes as assigned.
- Organize, coordinate and direct the staff involved in a client’s program including scheduling regular team meetings.
- Complete all necessary paperwork including reports to describe the program plans and their modifications, the data analysis and the termination of the plan within established deadlines.
- Attend Quarterly meetings to present reports and make recommendations (IEPs, ISPs, IPPs, PTMs).
- Participate in monthly Community Services department meetings.
- Communicate with Funding Source Personnel as needed.
- BCBA Preferred
PLEASE SUBMIT RESUMES/or CV’s to:
Casey Holton, Director
Achieve Beyond - Locations in NY, CA, TX, VA
Achieve Beyond: BCBA: Part-time
POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN New York, California, Texas and Virginia
Part-time Supervising BCBA (ABA 1:1 at home and/or the community)
Achieve Beyond is leading national Healthcare provider specializing in Pediatric Therapy and Autism services for children from birth through twenty-one years of age. Our family centered approach allows us to work in partnership with families to meet each child’s developmental needs in a nurturing and supportive environment. We are currently seeking qualified part-time BCBAs to join our team to supervise ABA cases for our private insurance business either in New York, California, Texas or Virginia. The BCBA would be responsible for providing supervision to trained behavioral therapists providing direct individualized home-based/community Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children on the autism spectrum. Children receiving services will range in age from two to twenty-one years of age.
At Achieve Beyond we strive to:
- Acknowledge the family’s own perceptions of the child’s strengths and weaknesses
- Encourage active participation of family members in assessments and intervention
- Agree on expectations and goals for the child
Essential duties and Responsibilities:
As the Board Certified Behavior Analyst, you will assist with the following but not limited to:
- Provide direct/indirect supervision to behavioral therapists assigned to cases
- Complete paperwork and performance evaluations during / after observations
- Design curriculum plans, review, and update on a regular basis
- Design behavior intervention plans
- Clinically review reports and session notes on a regular basis
- Analyze data and implement data-driven program changes
- Write reports summarizing data and progress for each client supervised
- Regular communication with parents, behavioral therapists, and the Achieve Beyond office is required
- Participate in bi-weekly collaborative team meetings for supervised cases
- Conduct assessments for children diagnosed on the autism spectrum ages 2-21 years of age using the ABLLS-R
- Per cases assigned, twice yearly clinical write-ups are required for continued approval of ABA services
- Coordinate with Program Manager / Director of Clinical Services to maintain quality of cases
- Maintain confidentiality of information regarding children and families (in accordance with State & Federal regulations).
- Offer suggestions of incorporating individualized goals into family’s daily routine.
- Provide parents and teachers with resources.
- Ensure program quality assurance (services, programs, schedule, staff, etc.)
- Must be self-motivated, a team player, and exercise patience/professionalism.
- Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail.
- Master's Degree in (Behavior Analysis, Special Education, Educational/Health/Human Services, Psychology).
- BCBA REQUIRED
Minimum of one year of ABA client/teacher field supervision
Please your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Britton Behavioral Consulting - Supervision - San Francisco Bay Area
BCBA/BCaBA Supervisor Available
- In-person supervision available in the San Francisco Bay Area
- Remote supervision available outside of the area using a webcam and GoToMeeting format allowing for sharing of computer screens
- Curriculum that aligns to the BACB 4 th Edition Task List
- Excellent opportunity to gain a different perspective through multiple supervisors
Lisa Britton, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Lisa Britton is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at the Doctoral level (BCBA-D). She obtained her MA in 1998 and PhD in 2000 from the University of Nevada, Reno under the direction of James Carr. Lisa’s primary focus is on providing behavioral supports to students with Special Education needs in their educational environment.
She specializes in training and support in the following areas:
- Conducting functional behavior assessments
- Developing behavior intervention plans for individuals engaging in severe problem behaviors
- Developing a positive program for students with emotional disturbance
- Skill acquisition for individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities
- Developing programs for teens and adults that are functional and age-appropriate
Lisa Britton, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Autism Spectrum Therapies - San Diego, CA
Home Office Location: San Diego, CA
Serving South and Central San Diego County
Position Summary: The Clinical Supervisor supervises a team of Behavior Interventionists who provide behavioral intervention programs in home, community, and school settings for individuals with autism and developmental disabilities.
Essential Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Clinical Director, the Clinical Supervisor supervises a team of Behavior Interventionists and conducts field visits, develops client goals, reviews data and monitors client progress, periodically video records client sessions for supervision, makes program modifications as needed, creates appropriate data sheets if required, provides parent training and education, conducts developmental assessments and writes progress reports, and conducts regular team meetings. The Clinical Supervisor also monitors staff competency and performance through collection of fidelity and reliability data, assessment of staff competencies, and provision and monitoring of staff professional development goals.
- Meet regularly for supervision with the Clinical Director
- Meet as needed with Behavior Interventionists
- Attend monthly Regional Supervisor meeting
- Participate in IEP and Planning Team meetings as needed with funding sources
- Creates training for and participates in quarterly Clinical Team meetings
Clinical Supervisors at AST are provided with the following:
- Cell phone
- CEUs through periodic AST-sponsored training programs
- Opportunities for research stipends
- Paid professional development days
- Flexible work schedules
- On-site CPI training
To perform this job successfully, an individual must perform each essential responsibility satisfactorily using the skills and abilities outlined in this job description. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Clinical experience in the field of ABA
- Prior supervisory experience
- Minimum two years of experience working with children with autism or other developmental disabilities
- Demonstrated ability to supervise and train others independently
- Strong communication and writing skills
- Bilingual skills highly preferred
Education, Experience, and Licensure:
- Minimum of a master's degree
- Board-Certified Behavior Analyst
- Proficient use of Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
- Working knowledge of NPA Works highly desirable but not required
- Ability to quickly learn new software programs as needed
- Good command of the English language and ability to communicate clearly and concisely in both written and verbal format
- Good command of Spanish language desirable but not required
- Must be able to analyze and interpret data relating to various projects and resolve issues and problems that arise
- Must be able to resolve issues of a general and routine nature and exercise appropriate judgment to escalate issues to senior management
- Must be able to effectively prioritize routine and non-routine work assignments to ensure goals and timelines are met
Physical Demands, Work Environment, and Safety: The physical requirements and work environment described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. In order to perform this position adequately, the individual must be able to carry out the following essential physical requirements.NOTE - reasonable accommodations may be made to allow qualified individuals with special needs to perform these essential physical requirements.
- Must be able to travel to multiple work sites, including office, homes, and/or schools
- Access to reliable transportation is necessary. Proof of valid driver license, current auto insurance identification card, and acceptable driving record per AST standards is required
- In the field, work is done while sitting on the floor, a couch, or a chair; using an iPad or laptop computer keyboard and gazing at an iPad or computer monitor; or walking around
- Position requires physically prompting clients and requires the incumbent to move quickly from one room to another to support the client and staff member. In addition, must be able to transition from seated position on floor to standing, squatting, kneeling, twisting, bending, and reaching in order to analyze, assess, and interact with children and/or adults who frequently run, dart away, etc., with no warning
- Must be able to lift, push, and pull a minimum of 35 pounds
- Must be able to grasp, seize, hold, and turn objects; reach at, above, or below shoulder level to retrieve or utilize materials; and pull, push, open, and close file drawers, cabinets, and office doors
- Most work activities will be conducted in multiple locations within the assigned region. Conditions will be varied to include, but not be limited to, residential, commercial, and public facilities (indoor and outdoor). Indoor temperatures are regulated by facilities management and are not within the direct control of the individual or AST. Occasionally, work may be performed outside to facilitate specific types of duties. In these instances, walking short distances to areas with large, open spaces may be required. Outdoor conditions are subject to change without notice; weather conditions should be monitored daily and are not within the direct control of the individual or AST. Employees are required to adhere to dress and grooming guidelines for their safety and protection in indoor and outdoor environments
- Frequent and regular exposure to standard chemicals used in households and public facilities, including, but not limited to, bleach, ammonia, and detergent
- Frequent and regular exposure to animals, including, but not limited to, cats, dogs, kittens, puppies, birds, gerbils, and reptiles
- Some activities will be conducted in a standard office. Temperatures are regulated by facilities management and are not within the direct control of the individual or AST. Most work is conducted in a conference room, an office, or an open cubicle area with potential associated distractions such as noise from telephones, keyboards, and talking. Occasionally, work may be performed outside to facilitate specific types of trainings (e.g., CPI). In these instances, walking short distances to areas with large, open spaces may be required
- While in the office, most work is done while sitting down, using a computer keyboard and gazing at a computer monitor, or walking around. Position requires the incumbent to move from the work area to other areas of the company, including other offices, cubicles, storage areas, conference rooms, and other office suites on the same premises
- Exposure to standard chemicals used in an office environment is expected and includes, but is not limited to, toner, glue, and liquid paper
- Employees are expected to follow all safety rules and policies to prevent injury and illness
- It is the responsibility of each employee to support the company safety program and to perform in a manner that assures his or her own personal safety and the safety of others, including customers, clients, and visitors. To be successful in our endeavor, all employees on every level must adopt proper attitudes toward injury and illness prevention. We must also cooperate in all safety and health matters, not only between management and employees, but also between each employee and his or her respective coworkers
- Employees are required to report all work-related injuries or illnesses to their supervisor and Human Resources
In addition to the most competitive salaries in the area, AST also offers the following benefits to their employees:
- Health insurance (medical, dental, and vision)
- Paid time off (PTO)
- Mileage reimbursement
- Paid professional development days
Center for Autism and Related Services (C.A.R.S.) - California, Mult. Locations
Center for Autism and Related Services (C.A.R.S.) is actively searching for enthusiastic, self-motivated, caring, and committed individuals to join our team and make a difference in the lives of the families we serve.
The Center for Autism & Related Services, a highly recognized non-public agency in the field of behavioral intervention and child development, is seeking certified BCBAs or those in the process of becoming a Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (and currently holding a Master’s degree in a related field), to work as Supervisors throughout Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. CARS serves a broad range of children and families within LAUSD, and the outer communities and children/adolescents/young adults (2-21years) provided with insurance services or through private contracts. This position includes participating in training staff and parents, writing reports, developing behavioral support plans and providing direct supervision within school, home, and in some instances, center settings. Full or part time positions are available. Benefits are available for employees who qualify. Salary is contingent on experience. Please upload or fax your resume and cover letter to 323-850-7747.
C.A.R.S. is seeking enthusiastic and motivated people who wish to make a significant difference in the life of a child. Positions available include providing direct services in the school and home settings throughout Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley. BCBA supervision hours are provided for those who are currently working towards their certification. Part time and full time positions are available. Benefits are available for employees who qualify. Salary is contingent on experience. Please upload or fax your resume and cover letter to 323-850-7747.
Preferred Skills/Qualifications for Job Candidates:
Energetic, self-starters, dependable, classroom management skills, great attitudes and team work preferred. Must have computer and writing skills. We will be providing ongoing training. Will be using ABA/DTT/PRT model services.
Working with students with special needs in a school setting. You will help them stay on task and engaged. The Minimum education requirement is a High School Diploma. We prefer AA, and BA/ BS are welcome. Child Development classes preferred. MA/MS in child development, counseling, clinical psychology, special education, or early childhood are welcome for our Supervisor Position.
San Pedro, Carson, West L.A., South Central L.A. East L.A , Cudahay, Bell, Huntington Park and L.A, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades.
San Fernando Valley, Woodland Hills, Canoga, West Valley, Sylmar, East valley
You will be assigned to the location closest to your university and or where you live after probation period.
Part time and full time positions are available. 7:30 am -3 pm (evenings may be available as well) depending on your assignment. 30-to-33 hrs/wk, 20hrs/wk, and 15 hrs/wk positions are available.
**Part time Positions Available: Nights & Weekends
Prior to employment, individuals will need to complete a LiveScan TB test. Must have reliable transportation, valid CA driver’s license, clear DMV report, and proof of auto insurance.
Our Corporate office is in North Hollywood for interviews.
5949 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Central Valley Autism Project - Sacremento, CA
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Location: Sacramento, CA / Stockton, CA
Join our seasoned team of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) experts in the Sacramento area!
Central Valley Autism Project, Inc. is seeking experienced BCBA clinicians who have strong behavior analytical skills and theoretical understanding of the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). We seek team members who practice in order to advance the field of ABA and provide effective intervention.
CVAP has served for over 25 years as a pioneering organization implementing ABA services in northern California. CVAP originated as an EIBI clinical replication research site chosen by the late Dr. Ivar Lovaas of UCLA to participate in his international, multi-site replication outcome study.
Using the Lovaas methodology as the foundation of its ABA services, CVAP provides individualized and systematically programmed treatment plans for all ages in the Greater Sacramento Area and the San Joaquin and Stanislaus county areas.
CVAP’s core values of integrity, collaboration, and ethics support our team members and treatment success. We empower our team members by offering opportunities for individualized professional growth and stated career goals. Clear and positive supervisor/subordinate relationships foster a work environment conducive to successful clinical outcome.
- Supervise and manage a caseload to capacity
- Supervise BCBA/BCaBA candidates and RBT staff
- Primary supervisor to supervisorial staff and Behavior Interventionists
- Initiate useful and proactive support to Clinical and Regional Directors
- Conduct and write assessments
- Develop goals and individual program plans
- Develop, analyze and modify behavior management plans, graph data
- Implement quality control and fidelity measures
- Provide staff training individually and groups
- Provide parent training individually and in groups
- Streamline information between departments
- Collaborate and communicate with internal and external entities
- Excellent communication skills while relating effectively and professionally with all people
- Energetic, enthusiastic, selfless positive attitude
- Proactive and strong work ethic, with a passion for client and staff success
- Ability to empower others
- Strong behavior analytical skills and theoretical understanding of the science
- Excellent technical writer using proper language to the audience and grammar
- Well-spoken, confident an articulate; public speaking
- Well-organized and focused on efficient time management
- Global thinker while detail oriented
- Receptive to feedback and change opportunities
- Pleasant, sincere personality
- Competitive salary
- Medical and Dental (Employer Contribution)
- Vision (Employer funded)
- Life and Disability Insurance (Employer funded)
- 401k Participation (Employer contribution up to 5%)
- Paid vacation (up to 5 weeks after 5 years of employment)
- Paid sick days
- Paid holidays
- Paid Conferences
- Paid annual CEU’s
- Paid BCBA Registration fees
- Phone allowance
- Company issued laptop
- Staff Expense Budget
- Supplemental insurance available
- Flex Saving Account available
- $5,000 Sign On Bonus
Pilar Garofalo, HR Supervisor, at email@example.com
Easter Seals Bay Area - San Francisco Bay Area, CA
Job Title: Clinical Manager
Easter Seals Bay Area (ESBA) is in a period of expanded vision and planned growth! This is an exciting time to join our dynamic team of people who are passionate about their work!
At Easter Seals Bay Area, our employees are our greatest asset. By joining Easter Seals Bay Area as an employee, you will have the opportunity to help individuals’ with disabilities and special needs address life’s challenges, achieve personal goals, and gain greater independence for everyday living. The people who make up the Easter Seals Bay Area team are creating solutions and changing lives for individuals with disabilities and special needs, families, and communities throughout all nine Bay Area counties and 15 northern California counties. Join us and let's make a difference together!
Essential Job Functions:
The Clinical Manager provides specialized behavioral intervention services and program supervision for children with autism spectrum disorders, ages 14 months and older. They are responsible for the creation and implementation of individualized Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs for each client, in addition to the management of Program Supervisors and their direct reports. They directly supervise a group of Program Supervisors.
- Supervises individualized ABA programs for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders, ages 14 months and older, in natural settings- primarily in-home, but additionally out in the community, in the schools, and within other peer-group social contexts.
- Provides clinical supervision and work direction to treatment teams to include skills enhancement, clinical consultation, and professional development.
- Conducts initial assessment of clients diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and produces assessment report to include a recommendation for treatment and supervision hours.
- Assures clients receive interventions to meet the full extent of the services authorized; adjusts staffing of treatment team as appropriate to meet the needs of the client.
- Coaches clinical teams on the procedural implementation of treatment plans via team meetings, and live/in supervision.
- Reviews data and reports submitted by direct care team, and recommends changes to the program, procedures, and data collection methods to assure programs reflect each child's development and progress towards identified goals.
- Observes and assesses client skills and progress to inform recommendations for ongoing intervention and behavioral programming.
- Creates and leads implementation of Behavior Support Plans as appropriate.
- Collaborates with additional service providers on the client's support team to ensure comprehensive service delivery.
- Addresses program delivery with families; including parent/caregiver coaching, challenges with implementation of program, parent /caregiver participation, and work environment as necessary.
- Reviews progress reports and treatments plans, ensuring that they meet the requirements of regulatory agencies and funding sources and are clinically accurate and appropriate.
- Attends progress and treatment plan review meetings with families.
- Responsible for meeting productivity requirements set forth in annual budget and for providing efficient and effective service in all areas of performance.
- Maintain accurate documentation of billable tasks that meets the requirements of regulatory agencies and funding sources, and is HIPAA compliant.
- Track direct and indirect client sessions to ensure that services are provided to the full extent of the authorization for each client.
- Participate in recruitment, interviewing, selection, and onboarding of clinical staff.
- Coordinate documentation to ensure reauthorization and continuation of services when necessary.
- Support staff in meeting productivity requirements set forth in annual budget and for providing efficient and effective service in all areas of performance.
- Provide regular performance feedback to Program Supervisors supervised related to their strengths and areas for improvement, work with Behavioral Interventionists to set goals for professional development.
- Manage the performance of direct reports through identifying areas for improvement, create and implement performance management plans when appropriate in collaboration with the Senior Clinical Manager and HR.
- Support Program Supervisors in development, implementation, and oversight of performance management plans for Behavioral Interventionists.
- Monitor staff performance throughout the onboarding process, and refer staff to the Training Department when appropriate for additional support.
- Ensure ESBA policy and procedure is communicated to and understood by clinical teams supervised.
- Attends staff meetings, trainings, and other meetings as requested.
- Responsible to complete additional job duties as assigned by Supervisors/Management.
Minimum Education & Experience Equivalent to:
- Master's degree, PsyD, or PhD from an accredited college or university in one of the following disciplines is required: applied behavior analysis, early childhood education/development, early childhood special education, special education, pediatric therapy, psychology or related field.
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®) (strongly preferred); Licensed Clinical Psychologist, MFT, MSW, with current licensure in good standing with regulatory board and strong background in ABA.
- Three years of related professional experience working with children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and/or other related developmental disabilities in a multi-disciplinary team setting.
- Two or more years' experience providing staff direction and development in a supervisory role.
Qualifications (Skills & Abilities):
- Knowledgeable of evidence-based methodologies found to benefit children diagnosed with ASD, including Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Early Start Denver Model (ESDM), Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication-Handicapped Children (TEACCH), Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), and Pivotal Response Training (PRT).
- Extensive training in the field of ABA, and knowledgeable of other community resources and agencies that serve children.
- Sensitive to working with an ethnically, linguistically, culturally, and economically diverse population.
- Able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing; American Sign Language or bilingual ability preferred.
- Able to consistently demonstrate good judgment and decision-making skills.
- Able to exercise confidentiality and discretion pertaining to the work environment.
- Able to appropriately interpret and implement policies, procedures, and regulations.
- Knowledgeable and skilled in computer/word processing software and excel.
- Able to obtain criminal record clearance through Department of Justice and maintain during employment. Must pass Tuberculosis test, criminal and background check including fingerprints.
- Able to obtain CPR certificate and maintain during employment.
- Able to travel to multiple work sites; reliable transportation needed (proof of valid CA driver license, current auto insurance identification card, and acceptable driving record per NIAC standards is required).
- Frequent bending, reaching, squatting, kneeling, twisting in order to observe, assess, and interact with clients.
- Ability to stand or sit for extended periods of time, stand for up to 6-8 hours a day.
- Frequent speaking and listening (50%) to clients, staff, and other professionals in meetings and on the phone.
- Frequent driving (to and from office and client homes)
- Occasional sitting and maintaining close visual attention to write reports and work at the computer.
- Occasional lifting, carrying, and loading/unloading toys and materials up to and including 25lbs to 50lbs used in home visits.
- Ability to physically implement behavior management strategies including responding to physically aggressive behavior.
The statements contained in this job description reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this job. It should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas as deemed fit for the organization.
Gateway Learning Group - San Francisco Bay Area, CA
Gateway Learning Group is seeking full-time and part-time experienced Behavior Analysts to join our team of consultants in our San Francisco Bay Area Offices. (San Francisco, Marin County, Sonoma County, Napa County, Redwood City, San Jose, Concord, Oakland, Fremont, and Hayward)
About Gateway Learning Group
Gateway provides behavioral interventions, based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, to children with autism and related disorders. We design and implement treatment plans based on the unique strengths and needs of our clients.
Services are provided in the San Francisco Bay area (SF, San Mateo, and Marin counties).
Gateway Learning Group is seeking dynamic Behavior Analysts to oversee home and school-based ABA programs.
Responsibilities for this position include:
- Direct client programs and manage staff implementation of services
- Supervise Gateway Therapists and Program Supervisors
- Design client program goals and objectives; observe and report on client progress
- Conduct weekly staff trainings and provide feedback to employees on new developments within clients’ programs
- Serve as liaison to public school district; work with district administrators on program development
- Design and deliver trainings to parents and staff
- Conduct assessments including Functional Behavior Analyses
- Develop Positive Behavior Interventions Plans
- Collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team of professionals to develop individualized education plans (IEPs)
- BCBA-D or BCBA
- MA degree in Psychology, Special Education or related field (MA requirement waived for a Board Certified Associate Behavior Analyst)
- Experience using the principles and methodology of Applied Behavior Analysis to teach children with autism
- Experience supervising/training staff and parents
- Thorough understanding of typical child development
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Outstanding interpersonal and computer skills
Competitive; depends on experience. Excellent benefits.
I am a current employee of Gateway and student at UWF.
Email your resume, cover letter, and references to:
Please mention you were referred by Brittany!
Holdsambeck and Associates - Locations in CA
Holdsambeck & Associates
Join our team of professionals, bound by our enthusiasm for delivering effective Applied Behavior Analytic intervention to individuals with a variety of developmental and intellectual disabilities across a diverse age range in home, school, and community settings.
We are seeking charismatic dedicated individuals, desiring a rewarding work environment, with opportunities for professional growth. Work under the supervision of Board Certified Behavior Analysts and enjoy professional development opportunities.
Behavior interventionists will:
- Work part-time up to 30+ hours per week
- Provide direct support to people served and their families
- Collect data on behavioral goals
- Implement behavior change recommendations with guidance and supervision of a BCBA
- Utilize scientifically proven interventions in applied behavior analysis
- A dynamic working environment with opportunities for professional growth
- Competitive compensation based on experience and education
- Flexible schedule
- Compensation for travel time between people served
- Mileage reimbursement
- Simple IRA with matching up to 3% after conditional review period
- Professional development opportunities
- BCBA supervision hours available.
Learning and Behavioral Center, LLC - Tarzana, CA
Implements in-center and in-home applied behavioral analysis for clients with Learning disabilities and social restrictions, and other developmental disabilities; assists children to maximize their potential through customized programs.
- Implements programs and follows behavioral protocols;
- Maintains accurate data regarding client progress;
- Participates in client assessment,
- Planning and evaluation processes;
- Participates in clinical meetings;
- Meets with directors and supervisor for training and supervision;
- Reports on progress and threats to progress during sessions;
- Meets performance and clinical goals
- 1:1 Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Parent Training
- Staff Development
- Home Sessions
- School Sessions
- Empowerment workshops
For more information, visit the Leaning and Behavioral Center
To apply: Send resume to Info@lbctarzana.com