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Bakersfield, CA
     Holdsambeck & Associates
     Clinical Supervisor

Merced/Modesto/Stockton/Tracy, CA
     Central Valley Autism Project
     Clinical Supervisor
     Therapeutic Pathways/The Kendall School
     Clinical Supervisor
     University of the Pacific
     Behavior Specialist

Sacramento, CA
     H.O.P.E. Consulting
     Behavior Consultant
     H.O.P.E. Consulting
     Senior Behavior Consultant
     Therapeutic Pathways/The Kendall School
     Clinical Supervisor
     UCP of Sacramento
     Clinical Director

San Diego, CA
     ABA & Verbal Behavior Group
     Behavior Interventionist
     Butterfly Effects
     Senior Consultant/BCBA
     People's Care Autism Services
     Program Manager

San Luis Obispo/Santa Barbara/Ventura, CA
     Holdsambeck & Associates
     Clinical Supervisor

Los Angeles/Inland Empire, CA
     Behavior Therapy Clinic
     Behavior Interventionist
     Bright Futures Academy
     Behavior Educational Coordinator
     Coyne and Associates
     Assistant Clinical Director
     Easter Seals Southern CA
     Director of Research and Development
     EMQ FamiliesFirst
     Clinical Program Manager
     People's Care Autism Services
     Clinical Supervisor
     Resources in Autism Education
     Behavior Interventionist

San Francisco/Bay Area, CA
     Clinic 4 Kidz
     Case Manager
     Easter Seals Bay Area
     Clinical Manager
     Gateway Learning Group
     Clinical Director
     Positive Behavior Supports
     Lead BCBA
     Therapeutic Pathways/The Kendall School
     Clinical Supervisor
     Trumpet Behavioral Health
     BCBA
     Trumpet Behavioral Health
     Clinical Director




Central Valley Autism Project (CVAP)     (top)

Position
Clinical Supervisor

Locations
San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties

Company Description
CVAP provides children, adolescents, teens and adults with developmental disabilities including autism, the opportunity to maximize their own potential and improve their independence, inclusion, and overall quality of life. We do this in partnership with the client's family and continuum of care service providers through evidence-based assessment and empirically valid treatment principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

Job Description

  • Manage clinical team/quality control
  • Conduct assessments
  • Develop and modify behavior management plans, curriculum, data analysis, accurate graphing and programming
  • Conduct parent training toward parent's effective application of ABA
  • Coordination and positive collaboration within and outside CVAP
  • Initiate useful and proactive support to Clinical Director

Qualifications

  • BCBA (required)
  • Master's degree in ABA or a related field
  • 2 5 years experience in ABA; preferred in autism
  • Minimum of 2 years in a supervisory role
  • Bi-lingual Spanish speaking preferred
  • Energetic, enthusiastic, positive attitude
  • Proactive work ethic, passion for client and staff success
  • Well organized, strong time management skills, multi task
  • Receptive to feedback, self analysis for change, open to new clinical discipline
  • Proficient clinical, technical writing/proficient professional writing
  • Articulate/public speaking
  • Be one-step ahead; big picture thinker

Salary

  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Life and Disability Insurance
  • 401k Participation

Contact Information
We look forward to hearing from qualified applicants who are eager to join our effective, seasoned team.

Please fill out our online application at https://cvap.wufoo.com/forms/cvap-employment-application/
If you have any questions, please contact Ryan Gonchar at 209-521-4791 ext. 309 or rgonchar@cvapinc.org
Website: cvapinc.org




EMQ FamiliesFirst     (top)

Position
Clinical Program Manager

Location
San Bernardino

Company Description
EMQ FamiliesFirst is a private nonprofit agency that helps kids in crisis throughout California. The agency is nationally recognized for innovative, family-centered programs that help children recover and rebuild their lives. Established in 1867, we have been helping children ever since. Our mission is doing whatever it takes to help children, strengthen families, and build community to ensure that families thrive.

We help thousands of children and their family members every year through programs like Family Finding, Wraparound, support and educational services. We are one of the largest providers of foster care and adoption services in the State, and provide community based and residential services to children from approximately 30 counties in California.

Job Description
Works within the vision, mission, and philosophy of the agency. Hires, develops, trains, manages, and retains clinical program staff and a clinical team(s) to ensure customer satisfaction and culturally competent service delivery. Functions as the liaison between team and community partners. Provides fiscal stewardship of team, acts as a bridge between fiscal and other departments. Ensures provision of high quality service by program staff consistent with the scope of practice applicable as a Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts as defined by Medi-Cal regulations and the California Welfare & Institutions (W&I) Code.

Qualifications

  • Minimum:
    • Master's Degree (MA/ MS) required.
    • Five (5) years of direct clinical experience required, including three (3) years experience in the area of children's mental health preferred.
    • Two (2) years foster care and/or adoption experience required.
    • Experience working with Serious Emotional Disabilities (SED) youth required.
  • Preferred:
    • Master's Degree (MA/ MS) in Psychology, Social Work or related field preferred.
    • Experience interfacing with County agencies preferred.
    • California licensure as Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts. (LPHA) eligible preferred.
    • Bi-lingual and/or bi-cultural knowledge and experience preferred.
    • LPHA and/or BCBA highly desirable.
    • Experience with ABA Services; developmental disabilities and/or the Inland Regional Center.

Salary/Benefits
DOE + licensure stipend available. EMQ FamiliesFirst is committed to its employees, and offers a competitive compensation package and an extensive benefits package including employer paid health, dental, vision, life, LTD insurance, a matching 401(k) program, and a very generous vacation plan.

Contact Information
Please apply online.
Website: emqff.org




Butterfly Effects     (top)

Position
Senior Consultant/BCBA

Locations

Job Description

  • Provide direct instruction, training, and support to client and family members during regularly scheduled home and community based visits.
  • Provide direct instruction, training, and support to behavioral therapist staff during regularly scheduled supervisory visits.
  • Demonstrate ability to work effectively as part of a clinical team.
  • Initiate contact with new/existing clients in a timely manner.
  • Effectively manage caseload, prepare and submit all required documentation in a timely manner.
  • Review and evaluate the performance of the behavioral therapist staff to ensure the proper implementation of treatment plan.
  • Ensure that all treatment methodologies are evidence-based and reflect the most recent research findings.
  • Conduct functional behavior assessments & recommend positive behavior supports and goal development for children with ASD and other related disorders.
  • Monitor and provide support for staff in use of ABA strategies and procedures
  • Collaborate with families in the development of behavior support strategies.
  • Work closely with the behavioral therapist staff in their provision of direct services, and provide the needed resources and guidance to assist clients, parents, and behavioral therapists in the development and implementation of behavior protocols.
  • Duties are performed primarily in clients' homes in the presence of the parent, caregivers.

Qualifications

  • Solid knowledge of the principles and practice of Applied Behavior Analysis. This includes general behavioral assessment, goal and program development, and Ethical Standards in Behavior Analysis.
  • Solid knowledge of the behavioral impact of developmental disabilities, as well as the cognitive, educational, vocational and social challenges encountered by persons with developmental disabilities.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills with individuals and groups at all professional levels.
  • Effective and creative negotiator and problem solver.
  • Ability to work effectively with various technology including word processing software, internet based databases, etc. Access to a working computer and Microsoft Office.
  • Possession of a valid driver's license and ability to meet driving requirements.

Contact Information
Please forward resumes to Resumes@butterflyeffects.com
Website: butterflyeffects.com




Bright Futures Academy     (top)

Position
Behavior Educational Coordinator

Location
Riverside

Company Description
Bright Futures Academy is a year-round, non-public school certified by the California Department of Education that serves special education students in Kindergarten through the age of22 years. Our academic programs align with Local Education Agency (LEA) Courses of Study as well as each student's Individualized Education Plan (IEP), and students are able to work towards earning High School Diplomas or Certificates of Completion. Our behavior programs and services are individualized, multidisciplinary and research-based, with an emphasis on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Students will receive Behavior Intervention, Speech/Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy or Counseling support services as specified on IEP and treatment plans. We have four campuses located throughout the Inland Empire: Riverside, Rancho Cucamonga, Victorville and Twentynine Palms. Bright Futures Academy's mission is to provide a safe, personalized and data-driven learning environment for special needs students, empowering them to develop positive social skills and independent living skills necessary to transition into a less restrictive educational setting or into adulthood after completing high school. Certified by the California Department of Education as a non-public school, Bright Futures Academy employs a variety of personnel to oversee and implement educational and behavioral programs in conjunction with local school districts, students, their families, as well as other social service agencies. Bright Futures Academy places emphasis on a multidisciplinary approach and on-going collaborative case management, based on analysis of academic and behavioral data and outcome measures.

Job Description
The BEC is responsible for developing and implementing academic and behavioral programs, conducting academic and behavioral assessments, developing data systems, analyzing data and sharing outcomes with appropriate consumers, overseeing the preparation of and attendance at IEPs, responsible for mediation between agencies, responsible for case management with families and other agencies involved in each case, responsible for supervising and training classroom teachers and staff members, conducting direct observation and modeling best practices. BEC will supervise between 3 and 4 classrooms. BECs are required to assist with crisis management including physical management of students when necessary.

Qualifications
MA/MS and BCBA required; at least 3 years of experience preferred.

Contact Information
If you are interested in this position and would like to schedule an interview, please email a current copy of your vita or resume to Paula Braga-Kenyon, PhD, BCBA-D, Vice President of Student Services, at p.braga-kenyon@brightfuturesnps.com
Website: brightfuturesnps.com




H.O.P.E. Consulting     (top)

Position
Senior Behavior Consultant

Location
Sacramento and surrounding areas

Company Description
We are a highly respected and rapidly growing agency providing evidence-based treatment to individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities. We emphasize a scientist-practitioner model by encouraging our clinical staff to systematically evaluate treatment procedures and contribute to the body of literature supporting ABA treatment. We also place a strong emphasis on training and support across staffing levels (both initial and ongoing), fostering collaboration and developing caseloads in a manner that allows our senior clinical staff members to remain highly involved in each client's intervention program. A high level of quality treatment delivery is expected and systems have been developed to systematically monitor for this critical variable.

Job Description
The primary function of a Senior Behavior Consultant is to provide oversight and supervision of behavior analytic intervention for clients diagnosed with ASD and other developmental disabilities. This is accomplished in some of the following ways:

  1. participate in direct and indirect teaching,
  2. participate in, and supervise initial and ongoing assessments,
  3. oversee the development of treatment goals, skill acquisition, and behavior reduction plans,
  4. continually evaluate client progress,
  5. provide effective parent and staff training,
  6. supervise program implementation,
  7. collaborate with multiple funding sources, including medical insurance providers and school districts, and
  8. participate in decision making processes related to company-wide systems and assist in their implementation.
We provide treatment models encompassing early intensive intervention, functional adaptive skills training, social skills training, and consultative services. Depending upon the individual client's needs, treatment may be delivered in home, center, community, and/or school settings. For the right candidate, H.O.P.E. Consulting, LLC will provide complete training (both initial and ongoing).

Qualifications

  • Required:
    • M.A. or M.S. in applied behavior analysis, psychology, or related field; coursework for BCBA completed
    • Formal training in applied behavior analysis and knowledge of errorless learning procedures, programming for generalization and maintenance, performance management
    • Experience supervising treatment programs providing behavior analytic intervention
    • Reliable transportation
    • Successful completion of a background check (DOJ)
    • TB test
    • Minimum of a two year commitment
  • Preferred:
    • BCBA preferred
    • Knowledge of typical development desirable
    • Experience providing supervision to others seeking certification at the BCaBA or BCBA level
    • Willingness to complete 8-hour supervisor training per BACB's requirements

Salary/Benefits

  • Salary is highly competitive - dependent upon experience and education
  • Flexible schedule with both PT and FT positions available
  • Excellent benefits including paid time off, health, and dental
  • Conference attendance and professional development opportunities
  • Dynamic and supportive team environment
  • Collaboration with local state university in providing internship supervision to graduate students
  • Research and publication opportunities

Contact Information
Please email letter of interest and resume/curriculum vitae to Danielle LaFrance, M.S., BCBA, Program Director, at dlafrance@hopeconsulting.net. Also contact for additional information: (916) 863-7949 ext 3401.
Website: hopeconsulting.net




H.O.P.E. Consulting     (top)

Position
Behavior Consultant

Location
Sacramento and surrounding areas

Company Description
We are a highly respected and rapidly growing agency providing evidence-based treatment to individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities. We emphasize a scientist-practitioner model by encouraging our clinical staff to systematically evaluate treatment procedures and contribute to the body of literature supporting ABA treatment. We also place a strong emphasis on training and support across staffing levels (both initial and ongoing), fostering collaboration and developing caseloads in a manner that allows our senior clinical staff members to remain highly involved in each client's intervention program. A high level of quality treatment delivery is expected and systems have been developed to systematically monitor for this critical variable.

Job Description
Oversee behavior analytic intervention for clients diagnosed with ASD and other developmental disabilities in the following ways:

  1. participate in direct and indirect teaching,
  2. conduct initial and ongoing assessments,
  3. develop treatment goals, skill acquisition, and behavior reduction plans,
  4. continually evaluate client progress,
  5. provide effective parent and staff training, and
  6. supervise program implementation.
We provide treatment models encompassing early intensive intervention, functional adaptive skills training, social skills training, and consultative services. Depending upon the individual client's needs, treatment may be delivered in home, center, community, and/or school settings. For the right candidate, H.O.P.E. Consulting, LLC will provide complete training (both initial and ongoing).

Qualifications

  • Required:
    • B.A. in psychology or related field
    • Formal training in applied behavior analysis and knowledge of errorless learning procedures
    • Minimum of 1 year experience developing and overseeing behavior analytic intervention
    • Reliable transportation
    • Successful completion of a background check (DOJ)
    • TB test
    • Minimum of a one year commitment
  • Preferred:
    • Coursework for BCaBA completed, or BCaBA certified
    • Experience with parent training and staff/performance management
    • Knowledge of typical development desirable
    • Minimum of 1 year supervising behavior analytic intervention preferred

Salary/Benefits

  • Salary is highly competitive - dependent upon experience and education
  • Flexible schedule with both PT and FT positions available
  • Excellent benefits including paid time off, health, and dental
  • Conference attendance and professional development opportunities
  • Dynamic and supportive team environment
  • Opportunities to accrue supervised hours towards BCaBA and BCBA

Contact Information
Please email letter of interest and resume/curriculum vitae to Danielle LaFrance, M.S., BCBA, Program Director, at dlafrance@hopeconsulting.net. Also contact for additional information: (916) 863-7949 ext 3401.
Website: hopeconsulting.net




Trumpet Behavioral Health     (top)

Position
Clinical Director

Location
San Francisco Bay Area - East Bay

Company Description
Trumpet Behavioral Health provides ABA services for children and adults with special needs in homes, schools, and centers. We have company-wide initiatives to implement best practices in clinical standards and to conduct applied research under the direction of Executive Director, Dr. Linda LeBlanc BCBA-D. Trumpet Behavioral Health holds itself and its team members to the highest ethical and professional standards exemplified in our newly created ethics network, developed by leading professionals in the field of ABA. We have locations in CA, AZ, CO, HI, TX, OH, IL and MO and have a 6-tiered Clinical team to ensure effective supervision and quality programming.

Job Description

  • Responsible for overseeing and managing the therapeutic needs of the region's/division's clients providing a multitude of services.
  • Responsible for overseeing Therapist and Clinician performance, monitoring program progress, acting as liaison for child programs.
  • Responsible for the operations within the region or area in regards to all aspects of clients' programs and therapists.
  • Train employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees as needed
  • Uses independent judgment and expertise in Child Development, Applied Behavior Analysis, and Autism by performing the following:
  • Regular observations (probe targets/programs as necessary) of children in home, therapy, school, and other related service settings, and collaborate with the child's teacher, classroom aides, and other service providers to create a successful and consistent program for the child's overall development.
  • In charge of making independent decisions in regards to handling ongoing program changes on and off site.
  • Provide initial assessment.
  • Develop/revise/update child's programs as needed.
  • Assess mastery of individual skills and/or targets.
  • Act as a high level executive administrator to the Managing Director in regards to all aspects of clients' programs and therapists.
  • Directly supervises 5 - 20 employees in the Behavioral Management Department in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws.
  • A list of responsibilities included but not limited to training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems, meeting with parents, trouble shooting tasks, and managing work for adequate organizational work flow.
  • Utilizing judgment to make independent decisions regarding staff and programs.
  • Provide billable services as a BCBA in the division as caseload increases or decreases, covering vacation or unforeseen clinical vacancies

Qualifications

  • BCBA or BCBA-D
  • M.A. or Ph.D. in Psychology, Special Education, Applied Behavior Analysis or related field
  • 2-5 years of demonstrated management experience with a multi-faceted team of professionals in a human services field
  • 2-5 years of experience as a supervising clinician
  • Ability to travel at least 50% of the time

Salary/Benefits

  • We offer a competitive salary
  • Health and wellness benefits including health, dental and vision
  • Paid Time Off accrual of 3 weeks per year
  • 401K retirement with matching and immediate vesting
  • Professional Development support
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Opportunity to earn free CEUs through our Journal Club and Leadership programs
  • Research opportunities
  • Work tools such as a laptop
  • Mobile phone reimbursement

Contact Information
If you are interested in this position and would like to schedule an interview, please email a current copy of your vita or resume:
careers@tbh.com
Attn: Patrick Sorensen
Website: tbh.com




Coyne and Associates     (top)

Position
Assistant Clinical Director

Location
Inland Empire, CA

Company Description
Coyne and Associates Education Corporation is a best practice provider of home- and school-based ABA intervention services to young children with autism. We are looking for an Assistant Clinical Director to join our talented team in the Inland Empire region of Southern California!

Job Description
The Assistant Clinical Director reports to the Clinical Director and serves in a supervisory capacity to 1:1 Early Childhood Instructors and BCBA Program Supervisors. The Assistant Clinical Director collaborates with the Clinical Director in the design and selection of ABA-based interventions used within the company.

  • Assists the Clinical Director in creating company-wide clinical content for various programs and services
  • Develops, maintains, and modifies clinical staff training protocols
  • Conducts skills assessments and FBAs, and writes assessment reports
  • Creates, monitors, and modifies ABA intervention programs for children ages 0-12
  • Trains Coyne Clinical Staff in ABA-based intervention protocols
  • Trains Coyne Clinical Staff, parents, and teachers to implement ABA-based intervention programs
  • Supports the Clinical Director in ensuring overall integrity of the company's "best practices" treatment philosophy, the integrity of clinical service provision, and the integrity of professionalism
  • Supervises Coyne Program Supervisors in areas including but not limited to, program design, assessments, problem solving, and report writing
  • Trains newly promoted or hired supervisory staff on clinical protocols and administrative policies and procedures
  • Supervises, assists and supports supervisory staff in creating, monitoring, and modifying ABA-based intervention programs
  • Leads individual and group clinical supervision meetings
  • Assists with assigning referrals to best suited clinical team
  • Conducts Program Supervisor evaluations and provides written and verbal feedback.
  • Conducts behavioral consultations, parent trainings, school staff trainings, and school consultations
  • Provides staff and community in-service trainings and workshops on ABA teaching techniques, behavior management strategies, and other topics related to autism spectrum disorders
  • Provides in-vivo performance feedback, as well as verbal and/or written warnings to Supervisors as needed
  • Carries a clinical caseload and bills an average of 30 hours per month

Qualifications

  • BCBA with a minimum of a Master's Degree in Psychology or a related field from an accredited university. Ph.D. preferred.
  • Has at least 5 years of experience designing and implementing ABA-based interventions for children with autism or related disabilities
  • Has formal experience supervising others in clinical and/or educational settings who implement ABA-based skill acquisition and behavior reduction programs
  • Has formal experience training clinical staff, parents, and teachers to implement ABA-based treatment strategies
  • Has experience performing criterion-referenced and/or norm-referenced skills assessments (e.g., VB-MAPP, Vineland-II, Bailey-III), as well as Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBAs)

Contact Information
Dr. April Worsdell
Email: aworsdell@coynemail.com
Phone: 760-815-7145
Website: coyneandassociates.com




University of the Pacific     (top)

Position
Behavior Specialist

Location
Stockton, CA

Job Description
Responsible for implementing all program services, skills training, individual treatment intervention and mediation between agencies under the direct supervision of the Applied Behavior Analyst. Provides indirect support and supervision of peer recovery staff.

Work performed in varied environments including office, classroom, public settings and personal residence. This position will utilize standard business hours but will allow for flexibility based on individual caseload and may occasionally include evening and weekends.

Essential Functions:

  1. Implements all behavioral interventions as assigned.
  2. Facilitates referrals, behavioral assessments and behavioral treatment plans.
  3. Provides treatment updates to referral source.
  4. Records progress towards individual interventions.
  5. Maintains client records.
  6. Participates in interagency meetings and trainings.
  7. Supports the development and implementation of individual recovery plans for referrals.
  8. Meet 60% agency billing requirement based on a 40-hour work week.
  9. Performs other duties as assigned or requested in support of program operations.

Qualifications

  • Required Education/Experience/Certifications:
    • Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Education or related fields.
    • At least one to two years experience working with the Adult Mentally Disabled population using Applied Behavior Analysis.
    • Preference given to BCaBA (Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst)
  • Skills/Knowledge and Expertise:
    • Experience implementing behavioral assessments and interventions.
    • Strong professional, ethical and leadership skills.
    • Strong oral and written communication skills when providing feedback to others.
    • Ability to write behavioral based progress notes.
    • Ability to clearly articulate performance roles, project goals and timelines.
    • Effectively manages deadlines and tasks independently.
    • Basic understanding of the theory of human behavior.
    • Ability to develop function based treatments that will help clients achieve related goals and positive outcomes.
    • Ability to form positive relationships with clients.
    • Positive attitude, ability to work successfully with diverse populations and demonstrated commitment to promote and enhance diversity and inclusion.
  • Physical Requirements:
    • The position requires performing physical activities, including standing, kneeling and reaching while interacting with adults and significant others within the field and within the office.
    • Ability to lift up to 25 pounds.
    • Requires a current TB test.
  • Additional Requirements:
    • Ability to pass background/sanction checks for the funding agency(ies).
    • Valid driver's license required. Incumbent must also be able to meet the University's fleet rules and be eligible to drive for University business. The University's insurance carrier reserves the right to exclude applicants based on their driving record.

Salary/Benefits
Hiring range- min 16.50 per hour to mid 21.61 per hour, Non-Exempt

Contact Information
Please apply online
Website: Community Re-Entry Program




Easter Seals Southern CA     (top)

Position
Director of Research and Development

Location
Los Angeles / Southern CA

Company Description
Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more than 90 years. Whether helping someone improve physical mobility, return to work or simply gain greater independence for everyday living, Easter Seals offers a variety of services to help people with disabilities address life's challenges and achieve personal goals.

Easter Seals Southern California provides state-of-the-art and evidence-based behavioral services, treatment and consultation services. We provide education, outreach and advocacy so that people living with autism and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play in our communities.

Job Description
Under limited supervision, this position will establish the strategy and goals for autism research, develop funding sources, and engage university partners and associates in promoting research to meet the needs of individuals with autism within the service line.

  1. Establish and maintain the strategy, vision, goals and objectives of the Research Department including a methodology that systematically engages individuals and families living with autism in identifying and setting their most significant research priority areas.
  2. Establish and maintain a system to evaluate the outputs of research to assure that the research is socially relevant and useful; translate and disseminate research findings broadly and in non-technical terms in order to increase awareness of the Autism Services science base to enhance the opportunity for additional funding.
  3. Oversee research to ensure that high standards of research governance and administration are maintained and human subject's rights are protected; provide guidance, oversight, and mentoring to those conducting research to motivate and build research competencies among associates.
  4. Identify potential funding streams and provide appropriate scientific content regarding the complexity of autism research for appropriate associates preparing funding proposals and appeals, or for use in media briefings, conference presentations or publications which will enhance the brand and reputation for excellence in science-based autism treatment by the organization.
  5. Develop collaborative relationships with university partners creating co-branded research opportunities and identifying original research projects that support the needs of individuals with autism and their families thereby developing and evaluating practices that accomplish the research agenda.
  6. Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  1. Doctorate's degree from an accredited program in psychology or related discipline with strong research experience. Board Certified Behavior Analyst Doctoral Level (BCBA-D) preferred.
  2. Five years progressive clinical and research experience including management/supervisory experience.
  3. Ability to plan, coordinate and implement research strategies and goals.
  4. Excellent clinical, research, administrative, and leadership skills.
  5. Ability to maintain positive customer service orientation and professionalism in all interactions.
  6. Able to consistently demonstrate good judgment and decision-making skills.
  7. Ability to communicate effectively, through oral and written skills, and work cooperatively with a variety of individuals and groups.
  8. Ability to exercise discretion and maintain a high level of confidentiality to address sensitive and confidential situations and documentation specifically in the areas of protected health information, strategic research, and funding.
  9. Able to develop, interpret and implement policies, procedures, and regulations.
  10. Very good working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc), SPSS (Statistical Product and Service Solutions) predictive analytic software, project management software, and other related computer software.
  11. Able to obtain and maintain criminal record/fingerprint clearance from the Department of Justice and FBI per Easter Seals Southern California and/or program requirements.
  12. Ability to travel locally and between sites with reliable transportation; maintain driving record in compliance with Transportation Safety Standards, and must have and maintain proper auto insurance and vehicle registration.
  13. Valid CPR certification.
  14. Ability to pass background/fingerprint clearance, health screenings and provide/obtain immunizations.
  15. Reliable transportation, proof of valid California driver's license, safe driving record, proper auto insurance and vehicle registration.

Contact Information
Email resumes to John Grace at john.grace@essc.org
Website: easterseals.com/southerncal




Gateway Learning Group     (top)

Position
Clinical Director

Locations
Redwood City, San Jose, San Francisco

Company Description
Gateway provides evidence-based, behavior interventions to children with autism and related disorders. We design and implement individualized treatment plans based on the unique strengths and needs of our clients. Our ABA therapy services are provided in the San Francisco Bay area.

Job Description
Gateway Learning Group is seeking dynamic Behavior Analysts to oversee home and school-based ABA programs.

Responsibilities for this position include:

  • Conduct assessments including Functional Analysis Assessments
  • Design treatment plans; observe and report on client progress
  • Direct client programs and manage staff implementation of services
  • Supervise Gateway Behavior Technicians and Program Supervisors
  • Design and deliver trainings to parents and staff

Qualifications
BCBA Certification required. MA in Special Ed, Psychology or related field required.

Salary/Benefits

  • 70-85K
  • Medical, dental, life, vision insurance
  • 401K
  • Cell phone and mileage reimbursement
  • Annual stipend for professional development

Contact Information
If interested, please submit your resume to brittany@gatewaylg.com
Website: gatewaylg.com




People's Care Autism Services     (top)

Position
Program Manager

Location
San Diego Area

Company Description
People's Care Autism Services, Inc. is a division of People's Care Inc. a leading company providing services to over 700 individuals throughout California. People's Care has been named one of Inc. Magazine's 500 Fastest Growing Companies for the last three years. We recently celebrated our 16 year anniversary of providing quality services! In 2012, we opened our Autism Services division to expand our services to children and families affected by autism. Since then, we have seen tremendous growth and currently have three offices in Southern California. We have a passion for providing the highest quality services and pride ourselves in hiring the top professionals in the industry. We value our employees and believe in investing in their future by offering ongoing continuing education, seminars and conferences. We also offer a complete benefits package and highly competitive salary with a bonus incentive program.

People's Care Autism Services strives to enhance the lives of children diagnosed with Autism and other developmental disabilities and their families so that they may achieve independence, inclusion and an improved quality of life.

Job Description
The program manager reports to the Clinical Director. The program manager oversees supervisors, supervisor trainees, and behavior therapists. They are responsible for the daily running of the Autism Services program including meeting requirements of funding sources, meeting client's clinical needs and goals and satisfying the needs of clients, funding sources and employees.

Essential Functions:

  • To be responsible for and ensure the safety and well-being of consumers.
  • To serve as an initial point of contact for referrals and intakes.
  • To serve as a liaison for funding sources during intake process
  • To attend regional center vendor meetings, school district meetings and community meetings.
  • To conduct and/or review Functional Behavior Assessments.
  • To provide monthly clinical consultation with each supervisor and/or lead therapist.
  • To provide ongoing consultation with supervisors and lead therapists as needed.
  • To meet with the Clinical Director on a monthly basis to review client progress.
  • To train the Supervisors and Supervisor Trainees.
  • To train Behavior Therapists on behavioral techniques based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Discrete Trial Training (DTT).
  • To oversee the members of the clinical team.
  • To participate in clinical meetings to review consumer's progress as needed.
  • To develop data collection systems needed to document consumer's progress.
  • To attend, actively participate in, and conduct on-going trainings, in-services sessions, and other meetings as scheduled.
  • To review behavior therapist assignments and evaluate performance.
  • To keep program costs within the specified budget.

Qualifications

  • Certified by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
  • Minimum of three years experience in the design and implementation of behavioral intervention services.
  • At least three years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with developmental disabilities.
  • Experience working in collaboration with Regional Centers, School Districts and other agencies.

Salary/Benefits

  • $70,000-80,000+ depending on experience
  • Company car option including fuel, insurance, and maintenance
  • Paid Time Off and Holiday pay
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance
  • Laptop, iPad, phone
  • Relocation expense reimbursement
  • Collaboration with a team of BCBAs

Contact Information
Please email resumes to ccordeiro@peoplescare.org
Website: peoplescareautism.com




People's Care Autism Services     (top)

Position
Clinical Supervisor

Location
Victorville

Company Description
People's Care Autism Services, Inc. is a division of People's Care Inc. a leading company providing services to over 700 individuals throughout California. People's Care has been named one of Inc. Magazine's 500 Fastest Growing Companies for the last three years. We recently celebrated our 16 year anniversary of providing quality services! In 2012, we opened our Autism Services division to expand our services to children and families affected by autism. Since then, we have seen tremendous growth and currently have three offices in Southern California. We have a passion for providing the highest quality services and pride ourselves in hiring the top professionals in the industry. We value our employees and believe in investing in their future by offering ongoing continuing education, seminars and conferences. We also offer a complete benefits package and highly competitive salary with a bonus incentive program.

People's Care Autism Services strives to enhance the lives of children diagnosed with Autism and other developmental disabilities and their families so that they may achieve independence, inclusion and an improved quality of life.

Job Description
The clinical supervisor oversees behavior therapists and manages a caseload of clients with autism services. They are responsible for the clinical management of their caseload including conducting initial assessments, writing progress reports, developing behavior intervention plans, developing goals and monitoring on-going progress. Additionally, the clinical supervisor provides field training and supervision of therapists and provides periodic reviews of therapist performance.

Essential Functions:

  • To be responsible for and ensure the safety and well-being of consumers.
  • To conduct Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA)
  • To develop interventions focusing on positive practices to decrease interfering behavior and increase functional skills.
  • To provide ongoing training for families in the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
  • To develop goals in a range of areas including communication, functional living skills, social skills, self-help skills, and recreational and leisure skills in consultation with the Program Manager and Behavioral Therapists.
  • To provide field supervision of each therapist assigned to work with consumer on a monthly basis.
  • To provide parent consultation as needed and meet with parents at least once per month.
  • To facilitate clinical meetings to review consumer's progress on a monthly basis.
  • To communicate with funding source regarding client progress, reports, meetings, authorizations etc.
  • To review data and prepare consumer's quarterly and semi-annual progress reports.
  • To attend, actively participate in, and conduct on-going trainings, in-service sessions, and other meetings as scheduled.
  • To attend monthly clinical meetings with program manager.
  • To oversee the Behavioral Therapists on the team.
  • To provide periodic evaluations of behavioral therapists.
  • To attend community events and represent People's Care Autism Services, Inc.
  • To work on special projects as requested by Program Manger and Clinical Director

Qualifications

  • Master's degree in psychology or related field from an accredited institution
  • Certified by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
  • Minimum of three years experience in the design and implementation of behavioral intervention services
  • At least three years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with developmental disabilities.
  • Experience working in collaboration with Regional Centers, School Districts, and other agencies.

Salary/Benefits

  • $65,000+ depending on experience
  • Company car option including fuel, insurance, and maintenance
  • Paid Time Off and Holiday pay
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance
  • Laptop, iPad, phone
  • Relocation expense reimbursement
  • Collaboration with a team of BCBAs

Contact Information
Please email resumes to ccordeiro@peoplescare.org
Website: peoplescareautism.com




Positive Behavior Supports     (top)

Position
Lead BCBA

Location
San Francisco Bay Area

Company Description
Positive Behavior Supports, Corporation is a comprehensive agency providing behavior analysis services to individuals with behavior challenges and skill deficits that affect their ability to function in home, school, and community environments. PBS Corp is currently hiring employees representing a large group of highly-qualified, experienced, and dedicated professionals. Currently we are seeking master's level (BCBA) and doctoral-level (BCBA-D) behavior analysts. Services may range from consultation to comprehensive home and community support. Our program is designed to empower parents and other caregivers to support clients within their natural routines so they can be successful and self-sufficient.

Job Description
PBS Corp Seeks a Lead Behavior Analyst to conduct functional behavioral assessments and develop behavior plans in-home for individuals with autism. The behavior analyst will supervise other master's level therapists and work as part of a growing team of behavior analysts. Leadership opportunities to conduct parent trainings and mentor other analysts. Schedule is flexible around specific client needs.

Qualifications

  • BCBA (More than 3 years experience post certification preferred)
  • Previous experience in home and community supervision and implementation of behavior programs

Salary/Benefits

  • Full time salary start at 85,000 -90,000 with health care option
  • Part Time Option available (please inquire on individual rates)
  • Paid weekly
  • Signing bonus available
  • Collaborative team
  • Opportunity for Growth
  • 1 Annual Conference Paid
  • Custom On-line Client and Staff Management Tools

Contact Information
Please email CV and inquiries to analyst@teampbs.com
Website: teampbs.com




UCP of Sacramento     (top)

Position
Clinical Director

Location
Sacramento

Job Description
Provide support to the Autism Center for Excellence, an after-school socialization program for children ages 8 to 12 who have a diagnosis under Autism Spectrum Disorder. ACE operates Monday through Friday from 3:00 to 6:00pm. Basic functions include conducting behavioral assessments, which will lay the groundwork for all future work with the client; developing treatment plans for each individual client based on principles of ABA while taking into consideration each client's unique needs; ensuring that all behavioral protocols are followed with good treatment integrity; and upholding all ethical guidelines as laid out by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB). The Clinical Director also defines intervention methods that are appropriate for the client in order to curtail challenging behavior and reinforce appropriate alternative behavior; responsible for elements of staff and parent trainings; responsible for reviewing documentation and report writing.

ACE is located on the campus of Sacramento State University. Qualified applicants may be considered for an adjunct faculty position in the Applied Behavior Analysis Program in the Psychology Department, and if interested, there are opportunities to teach in the continuing education program for professionals pursuing a BCBA.

  • Essential Functions/Job Requirements:
    1. Program admissions/initial assessments of potential participants
    2. Socialization curriculum development
    3. Monitoring skill acquisition of all participants
    4. Direct supervision of Clinical Supervisors
    5. Development and oversight of all behavior intervention plans
    6. Integrating existing behavior plans with ACE behavior plans
    7. Establishing behavior protocols (e.g., instructional and non-compliant based prompting hierarchies, elopement, etc.)
    8. Monitoring behavior of participants throughout the program
    9. Provide initial and ongoing staff training
    10. Assist Director with implementation of parent training component of ACE program
    11. Serve as liaison with ALTA regional center
    12. Interface with UCP regarding issues related to insurance
    13. Compose, edit and type routine and on-going progress reports for parents, ALTA regional center and insurance agencies regarding participant progress.
    14. Respond to all correspondence within 48 hours
    15. Responsible for staying within budgetary limitations of his/her program.
    16. Advise Director of any program changes which effect program's daily operations, staff and/or consumers
    17. Insure consumer confidentiality is respected by self and others
    18. Insure the program is in compliance with Title 17 and Title 22 requirements; its program design and any requirements from funding agency
    19. Attend interdisciplinary team meetings as scheduled
    20. Facilitate ongoing communication and coordination with outside personnel, consultants, and family members.
    21. Insure client records including data collection, required program forms, medical records, reporting forms, financial records and any other forms necessary for program accountability are maintained
  • Physical Demands/Working Conditions:
    The physical demands and working conditions described here are representative of those that must be met by a team member to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to use all of his/her 5 senses. The team member must be able to observe clients and staff; must be able to hear and listen to client and staff interactions. May be frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands and fingers; the team member may occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and taste or smell. The team member must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
  • Work Conditions:
    While performing the duties of this Job, the team member will most frequently be in a well lighted, well ventilated gym-like setting on the campus of CSUS; team member will be regularly exposed to children ages 8 to 13 and staff; team member will regularly be exposed to weather conditions outside of the gym-like setting when walking to and from the building and parking structures. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet to moderate.

    The team member may be subject to irregular hours including evening hours and may at times be required to attend meetings off campus (parental homes, Alta, etc).

Qualifications

  • Master's degree or Ph.D. in behavior analysis or related field. Certified as a BCBA
  • Expertise and formal training in applied behavior analysis
  • Minimum of 1-2 years experience providing behavior analytic intervention to individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders
  • Minimum of 1 year supervising behavior analytic intervention to children diagnosed with autism or other populations with developmental disabilities or behavior problems, is preferred
  • Strong communication and writing skills
  • Strong leadership and managerial skills
  • Good organizational skills
  • Ability to manage time effectively

Contact Information
Email: ucphr@ucpsacto.org
Website: ucpsacto.org




Clinic 4 Kidz     (top)

Position
Case Manager

Location
San Francisco Bay Area

Company Description
Clinic 4 Kidz offers intensive treatment for children with pediatric feeding disorders in the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento. All services are provided in the patient's home environment. We strive to provide the best clinically-proven treatments for children with feeding problems. Clinic 4 Kidz is also committed to producing sound clinical research. All clinical staff has the opportunity to conduct and present research at national and regional conferences. In addition, Case Managers who are interested have the opportunity to assist in writing manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals.

Job Description
Case Managers are responsible for developing data-based assessments and treatment for children with pediatric feeding disorders under the direct supervision of Dr. Meeta Patel. Along with developing treatments, Case Managers also coordinate services with other disciples (e.g., medicine, speech pathology/occupational therapy, nutrition etc.). Parent training is a major component of this positions.

Qualifications
Potential candidates should have a Master's in Psychology, Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy, or any related science with an emphasis in behavior analysis. It is also necessary that potential candidates have clinical experience working with children with pediatric feeding disorders, autism, and/or any other developmental disability. Successful candidates should have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a strong interest in working within an interdisciplinary team. Candidates should be willing to travel to the patient's home to provide treatment and to be able to work independently. These positions involve administrative responsibilities such as written progress notes and treatment plans that need to be completed after seeing patients. Sound verbal and written communication skills are necessary for the position. The positions will involve weekly supervision time with Dr. Patel to discuss both clinical and research projects. BCBA certification preferred.

Salary/Benefits
Clinic 4 Kidz offers competitive salaries. Case Managers salaries are exempt and paid semi-monthly. Other benefits include:

  • 401k and Roth401k with minimum 3% match from Clinic 4 Kidz
  • Yearly performance raises and bonuses
  • Highly subsidized medical plans for employee
  • Yearly Vision/Dental expense allowance
  • Mileage Reimbursement
  • Cell Phone Reimbursement
  • 1 Yearly Professional Organization Membership Reimbursement
  • 1 Yearly Conference Reimbursement - Registration, Lodging, Travel, and Stipend

Contact Information
Please submit CV or resumes to Vipul Yogi at vipul_yogi@clinic4kidz.com
Website: clinic4kidz.com




Resources in Autism Education     (top)

Position
Behavior Interventionist

Location
Los Angeles - West LA to Long Beach

Company Description
Resources in Autism Education, Inc., (RAE) is a highly regarded agency that serves children of all ages with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Pervasive Developmental Disabilities. Using the scientifically-validated methods of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), we develop and implement individualized treatment programs to clients in school, home, and community settings. We are certified by the State of California Department of Education as a Nonpublic Agency. We are a contracted vendor with California Regional Centers in the Los Angeles area, and work collaboratively with numerous school districts. We also provide services at private schools upon school and/or parent request.

Job Description
RAE is looking for Behavior Interventionists to work with children with Autism. Under the supervision of a BCBA, the interventionist assists in the implementation of behavioral programs based on the principles of ABA and designed specifically for each particular child. Working with the child in his home or school, the interventionist must integrate knowledge and capability to help the child acquire or improve skills in play, socialization, language, attention, and self-help. The interventionist must record daily progress in notes and data collection forms. He or she must also attend regular clinic meetings. Regular communication with supervisors and office staff is vital.

Qualifications

  • BA/BS in Psychology, Education, Child Development, or related field
  • BCaBA preferred but not required
  • Minimum of two years experience working with children in a professional setting, preferably applying ABA skills with children with Autism or other developmentally delaying disorders
  • Ability to work with very active children, particularly boys
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Punctuality, professionalism, reliability, flexibility, and discretion are imperative
  • Valid driver's license, reliable transportation, insurance, and willingness to drive to clients throughout the West L.A. and South Bay areas
  • Must be able to pass TB screening and FBI/DOJ criminal background check
  • Afternoon availability (3-7:00) is highly desired
  • Fluency in a second language (Spanish) is a plus

Salary/Benefits

  • Competitive pay based on experience and education
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Continued in-house and outside training
  • Supervisory mentorship toward BACB certification
  • Medical and dental insurance*
  • Vacation, sick and holiday pay*
  • 401(k) program
*For employees working 30+ hour per week

Contact Information
Send resume with cover letter to:

Resources in Autism Education, Inc.
1223 El Prado Ave
Torrance, CA 90501
Attn: Hiring Manager

Email: Info@AutismEd.com
Phone: (310) 320-5856
Fax: (310) 787-1768
Website: autismed.com




Easter Seals Bay Area     (top)

Position
Clinical Manager

Locations

Company Description
Since 1927, Easter Seals Bay Area (ESBA) has been leading the way to ensure individuals and families affected by disabilities can live, learn, work and play to their full potential. ESBA provides services to children with developmental disabilities and special needs, and has a specific expertise in serving children who have been diagnosed with autism. Services include consultation, early intervention, school-based, social skills, and therapeutic services. The organization runs the highly-regarded Kaleidoscope After-School / Summer Program in the Tri-Valley for youth ages 5 to 22 with disabilities and developmental delays.

ESBA serves 24 counties in Northern California (all 9 Bay Area counties and 15 northern California counties), and is an affiliate of Easter Seals Inc., which assists more than a million people through a nationwide network of affiliates in the United States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. ESBA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

ESBA is especially focused on individuals and families in the Bay Area affected by autism. The following are the key services the organization provides to children with disabilities and their loved ones:

  • Early Childhood Services
  • Comprehensive Autism Services
  • School-Age Services

ESBA is currently experiencing unprecedented growth as a result of legislation that passed on July 1, 2012, mandating that private insurance companies provide services to individuals with an ASD diagnosis. In partnership with Kaiser Permanente, ESBA is now providing behavioral health services to over 1200 new families and speech and occupational therapy services to 800 individuals. This growth is expected to continue into 2014.

Job Description
Provides specialized behavioral intervention services and program supervision for children with autism spectrum disorders, ages 14 months and older. Responsible for the creation and implementation of specialized behavioral services for each client, in addition to the management of Program Supervisors and their direct reports. Directly supervises a group of Program Supervisors.

  • Clinical Responsibilities:
    • Supervises individualized 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 situ 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.
    • Observe and assess client skills and progress to inform recommendations for ongoing intervention and behavioral programming.
    • Create and lead implementation of Behavior Support Plans as appropriate.
    • Collaborate with additional service providers on the client's support team to ensure comprehensive service delivery.
    • Address program delivery with families; including parent coaching, challenges with teaching, parent participation, and work environment as necessary.
    • Review progress reports and treatments plans, ensuring that they meet the requirements of regulatory agencies and funding sources and are clinically accurate and appropriate.
    • Attend and support the Program Supervisor in progress and treatment plan review meetings with families.
  • Administrative Responsibilities:
    • 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.
  • Supervisory Responsibilities:
    • 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.
    • Lead POD meetings and ensure ESBA policy and procedure is communicated to and understood by clinical teams supervised.

Qualifications

  • Minimum Education or Training 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 (preferred); Licensed Clinical Psychologist, MFT, MSW, SLP, OT, PT with current licensure in good standing with regulatory board and strong background in behavioral programs.
  • Minimum Years of Additional Related Experience:
    • 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.
  • Special Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Licenses):
    • Knowledgeable of 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).
    • Familiar with the field of early intervention, 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.
    • Able to obtain criminal record clearance through Department of Justice.
    • Able to obtain CPR certificate.
    • Able to travel to multiple work sites; reliable transportation needed (proof of valid driver license, current auto insurance identification card, and acceptable driving record per NIAC standards is required).
  • Physical Requirements (Approx. % per 7.5-hr Workday):
    • Frequent bending, reaching, squatting, kneeling, twisting in order to observe, assess, and interact with infants/toddlers (50%).
    • Frequent speaking and listening (50%) to clients, staff, and other professionals in meetings and on the phone.
    • Occasional walking to, bending to enter, sitting, and using upper and lower limbs to drive car to and from home visits and meetings (20%).
    • Occasional sitting and maintaining close visual attention to write reports and work at the computer (15%).
    • Occasional lifting, carrying, and loading/unloading toys and materials used in home visits (10%).

Contact Information
For immediate consideration please apply online.




Trumpet Behavioral Health     (top)

Position
BCBA

Locations
San Francisco Bay Area, San Mateo, East Bay, and San Jose

Company Description
Trumpet Behavioral Health provides ABA services for children and adults with special needs in homes, schools, and centers. We have company-wide initiatives to implement best practices in clinical standards and to conduct applied research under the direction of Executive Director, Dr. Linda LeBlanc Ph.D., BCBA-D. Trumpet Behavioral Health holds itself and its team members to the highest ethical and professional standards exemplified in our newly created ethics network. We offer Salaried Clinical positions for M.A. and Ph.D. level professionals in our regions in CA, AZ, CO, HI, OH, IL, KS and MO and have a 6-tiered Clinical model to ensure effective supervision and quality programming.

Job Description

  1. Establish and maintain excellent performance for consumer services
  2. Achieve excellent clinical outcomes for consumers with regard to improvement of behavioral targets
  3. Participate in a supervision system to regularly review case progress
  4. Complete all reports and updates for consumers in a timely and effective manner
  5. Follow established TBH clinical standards for excellence and general best practices
  6. Actively improve clinical skills via professional development opportunities and facilitate skill improvement for your therapists and associate clinicians
  7. Management and Training responsibilities for client teams
  8. Collaborate with senior clinical team to develop supports and remediation plans
  9. Maintain an adequate caseload with billable hours at the level specified by the Clinical Director.

Qualifications

  • BCBA certified or eligible to take the certification exam within 90 days
  • Have excellent communication and listening skills
  • Have reliable transportation to drive to homes, centers or schools
  • Have a genuine desire to learn, teach, collaborate, and above all have "Fun"!
  • Participate with a team to "bring about the best possible outcomes for the consumers we serve"
  • Practice in an "ethical" and "integrity" oriented value system
  • Desire to work in a "feedback-rich" work environment, focused on collaboration and results
  • Support and value an environment of research, professionalism and a "client first" attitude

Salary/Benefits

  • We offer full-time salaried positions for all Clinicians
  • Multiple options in health and wellness benefits
  • 15 days of Paid Time Off (after 6 mos.)
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 401K with a 100% match on your first 4% contribution
  • Professional development support
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Free CEU through our monthly journal club
  • Research opportunities
  • Work tools such as a laptop and mobile phone reimbursement
  • Additional benefits (gym memberships, discounts, social connection)

Contact Information
Email: careers@tbh.com
Website: tbh.com




Holdsambeck & Associates     (top)

Position
Clinical Supervisor

Locations

Company Description
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.

Job Description

  • Work part-time up to 30+ hours per week
  • Conduct functional behavior assessments for children, adolescents, and adults
  • Provide consultation for people served, their families, and behavior interventionist using behavior analytic interventions
  • Deliver individualized parent training services
  • Collect and analyze ongoing data collection and write reports for various funding agencies
  • Train and guide new and current staff in their development and practice of the principles of applied behavior analysis to ensure treatment integrity

Qualifications
We are seeking charismatic dedicated individuals with BCBAs, desiring a rewarding work environment, with opportunities for professional growth.

  • Two years minimum experience is required, working with children and/or adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Are you fluent in speaking and writing in English and Spanish? Bilingual English-Spanish speaking and writing ability is highly desirable!
  • Please have a valid driver's license, own reliable transportation, and have proof of auto insurance.
  • You will be asked to provide proof of TB clearance and pass the Department of Justice background check and drug testing.

Salary/Benefits

  • Competitive compensation based on experience and education
  • Flexible schedule
  • Compensation for travel time between people served
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • 401K with matching up to 3% after conditional review period
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Annual CEU support available
  • Additional benefits may apply

Contact Information
For consideration for a position, please visit our website at holdsambeck.com/careers and fill out an application. Applications and resumes may be faxed to (805) 222-3041. Please call with any questions: (805) 979-9941.




ABA & Verbal Behavior Group     (top)

Position
Behavior Interventionist

Location
San Diego, CA

Company Description
ABA and Verbal Behavior Group is a progressive and contemporary agency founded and directed by professionals who are passionate about behavior analysis and committed to providing quality services to the autism community. Our language acquisition programs are based on Skinner's analysis of verbal behavior and are designed using the VB-MAPP. We exclusively use applied behavior analysis and evidence-based strategies. At the same time, our approach to sessions is both fun and motivating. We offer training in verbal behavior and we fully support the professional development of our employees in all aspects of their performance. We have a team spirit based on our common approach and have a mutually supportive and positive environment.

Job Description
Full-time behavior interventionist with experience working with young children with autism in an intensive intervention format. Position consists of implementing applied behavior analysis techniques including verbal behavior programming, primarily conducted in homes of families who have young children with autism. Job responsibilities include conducting skill acquisition programs, implementing behavior plans, collecting data, attending team meetings, and promoting skill generalization. High visibility and recognition for talented and skilled individuals with excellent opportunities for growth. Supervision for BCaBA or BCBA available.

Qualifications
B.A./B.S. with ABA/intensive intervention experience. BCaBA and/or experience in verbal behavior highly desirable. Prefer understanding and coursework in behavior analysis and evidence-based practices.

Salary
Hourly wages of $18-25/hr depending on experience. Insurance benefits and accrued vacation and sick time. Professional development opportunities. Compensation for travel time.

Contact Information
Submit cover letter and resume to drlynnwilson@cox.net
Website: abavbgroup.com




Therapeutic Pathways/The Kendall School     (top)

Position
Clinical Supervisor (positions open in the following locations)

Locations

Company Description
We provide evidence-based treatment and we also contribute to the body of published, peer-reviewed, empirical evidence base for ABA treatment of autism. We emphasize collegial, consensus-based partnerships within and across the agency. Our caseloads are at levels that permit the strong involvement of the Clinical Supervisor in order to promote high quality treatment delivery. We also provide some opportunities to conduct applied research in coordination with clinical responsibilities.

Job Description
Oversee behavior analytic interventions for children and adolescents diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders as follows: (a) develop and refine treatment goals and plans, (b) provide and adapt parent training, and (c) supervise program implementation. Although we specialize in intensive early intervention, we also provide services to older children, adolescents, and teens. Treatment takes place in center, home, community, and school settings. This position also requires coordinating with multiple funders including health plans. We emphasize families as partners in the behavior change process.

Qualifications

  • Masters degree in behavior analysis, special education, or psychology
  • BCBA preferred
  • Expertise and formal training in applied behavior analysis; knowledge of errorless learning procedures, generative programming, and direct instruction desirable
  • Knowledge of family systems and typical development desirable
  • Minimum of 1-2 years experience providing behavior analytic intervention to individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders
  • Minimum of 1 year supervising behavior analytic intervention to children diagnosed with autism or other populations with developmental disabilities or behavior problems preferred

Salary/Benefits

  • Salary is highly competitive and dependent upon experience
  • Excellent benefits including paid vacation, health, dental, and 401K
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Conference allowance and professional development opportunities
  • Opportunities to accrue supervised hours towards BACB or MFT credentials

Contact Information
Please email letter of interest and resume to Jill M. Young, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Regional Director, at jyoung@tpathways.org. Also contact for additional information: (916) 489-1376.
Website: tpathways.org




Behavior Therapy Clinic     (top)

Position
Behavior Interventionist

Locations
San Fernando Valley, West Los Angeles, South Los Angeles

Company Description
Behavior Therapy Clinic (BTC) is a private agency that serves children of all ages with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Pervasive Developmental Disabilities. Applying the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), we've developed individualized treatment programs for the home, school, and community settings. We hold a Nonpublic Agency Certification from the California Department of Education as well as a vendor contract with the Califomia Regional Centers. We have worked collaboratively with both public schools, including the Los Angeles Unified School District and Culver City Unified School District, and numerous private and parochial schools.

Job Description
Behavior Therapy Clinic is looking for Behavior Interventionists to work with children with autism. Under the supervision of a BCBA, our interventionists assist in the application of behavioral programs that are based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and specifically designed for each particular child. Working with the children in their home or school, the interventionist must integrate knowledge and capability to help them learn play skills, social skills, language skills, attention skills, and self-help skills. The interventionist must record daily progress in notes and data collection forms. He or she must also attend monthly clinical meetings and regular communication with supervisors and office staff is vital. We provide supervision and mandatory training.

Qualifications

  • BCaBA preferred, but not required
  • Applicant must be a punctual, responsible, dedicated individual who is friendly, motivated, and a high level of patience.
  • Required: Minimum of 1 year Applied Behavior Analysis experience working with children with autism or other developmentally delaying disorders.
  • Required: BA/BS in Psychology, Education, Special Education, Child Development, Social Work, SLP, Communications, or similar fields.
  • Preferred: BCaBA certification or 12 smemster units in applied behavior analysis (ABA)
  • Live Scan Fingerprint Clearance (Criminal Background Check)
  • Must have reliable transportation and valid drivers license

Salary/Benefits

  • Starting salaries range from $14-$22 an hour depending on experience and education
  • Reimbursement for mileage and drive time
  • Continuous, practical, hands-on training and supervision provided
  • BCBA student/intern supervision provided
  • Health/dental insurance (for employees working 20+ hours/wk)
  • Staff qualifies for fully vested participation in profit sharing plan after 2 yrs of employment
  • Performance based incentives

Contact Information
Please submit your resume to employment@behaviortherapyclinic.com.
Website: behaviortherapyclinic.com