Gateway Learning Group
Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D, BCBA)
Peninsula (Redwood City),
Peninsula South Bay (San Jose),
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.
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 training 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 training 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
Gateway has much to offer its employees. We offer competitive salaries, ranging between $70-90K/year
depending on Region and experience plus multiple bonus opportunities, amazing PTO, benefits, a fantastic
team of BCBAs to work with, and more! Gateway also offers relocation reimbursements.
Please send your cover letter and resume to our Clinical Hiring Manager, Michelle Giddins, at
Easter Seals Bay Area
Easter Seals Bay Area leads the way to ensure children and families affected by disabilities can live, learn,
work, and play to their full potential. Our mission is to expand the organization's impact throughout the Bay
Area in the lives of children with disabilities and their families. Our vision is to provide a continuum
of the highest-quality, inclusive services available anywhere in the Bay Area.
Obtain hours towards BCBA certification
- Essential Job Functions:
- Supervises Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs for a caseload of children with autism spectrum disorders, ages 14 months and older, including the management of direct care staff (i.e., Behavior Interventionists).
- Clinical Responsibilities:
- Designs and supervises individualized ABA programs for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders, ages 14 months and older, in natural settings in-home, out in the community, in schools, and within other peer-group social contexts.
- Schedules and attends regular home visits with caregivers to review program effectiveness, make recommendations, monitor data collection, chart progress and provide parent coaching.
- 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.
- Coordinates visits to overlap with Behavior Interventionists to observe sessions and provide coaching and clinical support in all settings where treatment is provided.
- Regularly analyzes session data and reviews documentation submitted by Behavior Interventionists such as session notes and lesson plans; updates individualized programs to ensure that they reflect each child's development and progress towards identified goals.
- Assists Clinical Managers in conducting initial assessments, ongoing assessments every 3-6 months to generate treatment plans, and assessment reports.
- Partners with the Clinical Manager to develop and implement Behavior Support Plans as needed.
- Produces progress reports and treatment plans to meet the requirements and submission timelines of regulatory agencies and funding sources.
- Plans and leads monthly or bimonthly treatment meetings with Behavior Interventionists in office for each client on case-load.
- Assist Clinical Managers in developing and leading staff training for Behavior Interventionists.
- Plans and leads treatment plan review meetings with family.
- Following the guidance of the Clinical Manager, address program delivery with families; including parent coaching to support the treatment plan, challenges with implementation, parent participation, scheduling, and work environment as necessary.
- Travel is required.
- Must attend staff meetings, trainings, and other meetings as requested.
- Responsible to complete additional job duties as assigned by Manager.
- Administrative Responsibilities:
- Responsible for meeting billable hour 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.
- Assist scheduler in the process of assigning Behavior Interventionists to treatment teams based on identified needs of clients and staff.
- Maintains up to date files for all clients assigned.
- Participate in recruitment, interviewing, selection, and onboarding of clinical staff.
- Responsible to complete additional administrative tasks as assigned by Clinical Manager.
- 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 Behavior Interventionists supervised related to their strengths and areas for improvement, work with Behavior Interventionists to set goals for professional development; conduct formal performance reviews of direct reports, under the guidance of Clinical Manager.
- Manage the performance of direct reports. Work directly with Clinical Manager to implement support/development plans and/or formal corrective action when necessary.
- Minimum Education and Related Experience:
- Bachelor's degree and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst BCaBA® in good standing, with at least one year of experience in designing and/or implementing ABA programs.
- Master's degree from an accredited college or university in applied behavior analysis, early childhood education/development, early childhood special education, special education, psychology or related field with one of the following;
- Twelve semester units in applied behavior analysis.
- Two years of experience designing and/or implementing ABA programs.
- BCaBA® or BCBA®
- Special Qualifications:
- 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 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.
- Ability to work in an exciting, fast paced high energy environment while effectively multitasking.
- Personable; able to work comfortably with individuals at all levels within the organization.
- Criminal record clearance through Department of Justice which must be maintained.
- Able to obtain CPR certification.
- Able to obtain CPI training.
- Must attend any ESBA required training.
- Able to travel to multiple work sites and client homes; reliable transportation needed (proof of valid CA driver license, current auto insurance identification card, and acceptable driving record per NIAC standards is required and must be maintained).
- Ability to obtain and maintain criminal record clearance through the Department of Justice and must pass a TB test.
- Must have valid California Driver's License and maintain a clean driving record.
- Physical Requirements:
- 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 25 to 50lbs used in home visits.
- Ability to physically implement behavior management strategies including responding to physically aggressive behavior.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Achieve Beyond provides pediatric therapy and educational services to children, students and families throughout the United States including the greater Los Angeles, California (CA) area, Virginia (VA) / Maryland (MD) / DC area, the greater Dallas, Texas (TX) area and the entire New York (NY) metropolitan area. We offer coordination in initial evaluations, as well as follow-up sessions and provide services in the predominant language of the patients in both home and community settings. Our team of highly qualified health care professionals includes: Speech Language Pathologists, Special Educators, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA), Behavior Therapists and more.
- 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
- *LBA REQUIRED for NY/PA/VA
- Minimum of one year of ABA client/teacher field supervision
Contact information/instructions for submitting resumes
Interested candidates will submit an updated resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applied Interventions & Methodologies
ABA Program Supervisor - Autism
San Diego County
AIM, Inc. specializes in the treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Our services include intensive
ABA therapy, school based services, parent training, diagnostic and educational assessment, and psychotherapy.
We provide comprehensive behavioral, educational and psychological services to infant, children, adolescents
and young adults with ASD. AIM is a provider with all major private insurance companies, including United
Healthcare Military & Veterans and a vender of SDRC.
We are dedicated to providing quality, individualized programming and services to our clients in
order for them to meet their daily and long term functioning needs. Our highly trained clinical team
is motivated to provide quality treatment through individualized programming and support to our clients.
It is our privilege to serve and support individuals and their families with ASD.
AIM is offering an exciting opportunity for individuals with the BCBA certifications to work with children
and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and related Developmental Disabilities (DD).
AIM Intensive ABA Program Supervisors have the opportunity to train, supervise and support direct
service staff and parents in implementing empirically researched and validated behavioral intervention
programs in the treatment of ASD and related DD. The AIM Intensive ABA Program Supervisors have the
opportunity to practice clinical skills across a variety of settings as well as work in a cohesive and
collaborative team environment. Job responsibilities:
- Create & manage intensive ABA programs & direct service staff
- Conduct parent trainings
- School consultations & trainings
- FAA & FBA Assessments
- Train and Supervise Assistant Supervisors and direct service staff
- Work with clients in the home, school and community settings
- BCBA Certification is a must
- At least 2 years of experience working with children with ASD
- At least 2 years of previous training and experience in Discrete Trial Training (DTT)
- At least 2 years of previous training and experience in implementing other ABA/Autism treatment methodologies
- Means of transportation with proof of auto insurance
- Willingness to drive to clients' homes and school locations within San Diego County
Competitive pay based on relevant education, experience and training.
Email resumes to Dr. Sandy Shaw at
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
Are you looking to job with a flexible schedule to supplement your income?
Are you a compassionate and motivated person that wants a dynamic job that never gets boring?
Then Devereux has just the opportunity for you! We are looking for a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to join our Devereux California team. This is a 5-10 hour Part-Time position with a flexible schedule. Devereux California is a thriving treatment facility offering residential and adult vocational or day activity programs to Adults with multiple diagnoses such as, autistic spectrum disorders, emotional and/or behavioral disorders, mental disorders, dementia and other cognitive disorders, mental retardation, developmental disabilities, challenging behaviors, and medical conditions. Devereux's mission is to change lives and nurture human potential.
Job duties include:
- Provide behavioral support services to individuals under our care.
- Conduct appropriate assessments (including functional behavioral assessments).
- Develop, implement, and monitor behavioral support plans of assigned individuals.
- Serve as a member of the multi-disciplinary treatment team providing care and treatment that is appropriate to the ages and populations served.
- Instruct staff, family members, and/or legal guardian/conservators on how to implement a behavior support plan using face to face instruction, role modeling and coaching.
- Ensure that proper documentation is completed.
- Provide supervision to BCaBA's.
If this sounds like the challenge you are looking for apply now at jobs.devereux.org search under California and apply for the BCBA position or follow this link: Click Here. If you have any questions you can contact HR at (805) 968-2525 ext. 336.
Masters degree and/or Ph.D./PsyD in Psychology, Applied Behavioral Analysis or related field and BCBA certification required.
A minimum of two years of experience designing and implementing behavior modification intervention services is preferred. Must have strong applied behavior analysis skills and significant experience working with adults with intellectual disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorders. Significant experience writing Positive Behavior support plans and conducting FBAs, and training staff also required. Requires excellent oral and written communication skills. Proficient computer skills and mastery of Microsoft Office applications. Valid driver's license must be maintained.
The Applied Behavior Analysis Laboratory
Clinical Research Manager - BCBA/BCaBA
The Applied Behavior Analysis Laboratory, in the Division of Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, is seeking an organized BCBA/BCaBA to serve as a research manager for a telemedicine-based ABA treatment study for children with developmental disabilities aged 5-10 years who show problem behaviors, such as self-injury, aggression etc. Duties include participant recruitment, screening participants by telephone for inclusion/exclusion criteria, visiting participants in their homes, administration of assessments and interventions, liaising with relevant service providers and community groups, organizing and disseminating preparatory materials, and drafting summary reports of the results for dissemination to parents. Preference for applicants with experience conducting functional analyses of problem behavior. Research experience desired but not required. Ample opportunities are available to prepare and co-author scientific manuscripts for publication. This is a 40-hour per week position with flexible hours.
BA or BS in Psychology required. Masters in Behavior Analysis preferred.
Education and Experience:
- Minimum Education: Masters Degree in Psychology or related field from an accredited institution, BCBA certification, CPI, CPR & First Aid.
- Minimum Experience: 3 years minimum experience in the design and implementation of behavioral intervention services
- At least 3 years in working with individuals diagnosed with developmental disabilities
- A minimum of 3 years in a supervisory role
Stanford University employees receive an outstanding benefits package, with information available at the following URL: Click Here. Stanford is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer and is committed to recruiting and hiring without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Contact information/instructions for submitting resumes:
Please send resumes and the names of 3 referees to:
Scott S. Hall, PhD, BCBA-D
UCP of Sacramento and Northern California
UCP of Sacramento and Northern California is the leading provider of comprehensive services to children and adults with all developmental disabilities and their families. UCP works with 4,775 people a month in our eight-county area, empowering children and adults who - without support - would be isolated from community.
Provide case supervision at the Autism Center for Excellence (ACE), an after-school ABA socialization treatment program for children ages 8-12 who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. The Case Supervisor will be responsible for developing and overseeing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment plans for their assigned caseload under the direction of the Clinical Director.
Treatment is provided on the campus of Sacramento State University. Clinical staff have access to exceptional graduate and undergraduate students within a program that runs highly structured group activities to provide continuous opportunities for peer interactions and acquisition of targeted social interaction skills.
- Conduct intake assessments, develop individualized goals and treatment plans
- Compose and submit intake and progress reports in a timely manner
- Monitor skill acquisition programming and provide training to enhance treatment integrity for assigned caseload
- Develop and oversee behavior intervention plans for assigned caseload
- Regular communication with parents and treatment team
- Provide BCBA Supervision to graduate student Clinical Supervisors in accordance with BACB supervision requirements
- Provide supervision to Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) on assigned caseload
- Administer RBT competency assessments
- Assist with team member trainings on behavior analytic topics, as necessary
- Assist with implementation of parent training component, as necessary
- Attend assigned trainings
- Follow ethical guidelines outlined by the BACB and maintain compliance with HIPPA guidelines
- Maintain client records including data collection, required program forms, medical records, reporting forms, and any other forms necessary for program accountability
- BCBA certification
- Minimum of 2 years providing autism treatment
- Knowledge of social skills programming and treatment utilizing ABA principles
- Completion of BACB requirements for providing supervision to individuals pursuing BCBA certification
- Availability to provide billable service 3-5 days per week during program hours: 3:00 PM-6:00 PM Monday through Friday
- 12-20 hours per week, depending on availability
- Maintain minimum billable ratio for assigned clients to ensure treatment integrity
- Time-off during program closures: summer and winter break
Contact information/instructions for submitting resumes:
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
South Bay Los Angeles, South East Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Riverside, San Jose
Behavior Frontiers is dedicated to providing research-based, ABA treatment to individuals with autism and other special needs. We are currently expanding our services and we are looking for career-minded, experienced BCBAs to join our team. At Behavior Frontiers you will find a professional, ethical, structured, respectful, caring, and fun work environment where you can reach your career goals!
Job Responsibilities - Behavior Supervisor
- Design and oversee applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment programs for clients with autism spectrum disorder and other special needs
- Train behavior instructors, parents, and other professionals to implement ABA treatment plans
- Conduct face-to-face supervision for clients in your region who have funding for BCBA supervision
- Conduct client's team meetings in order to update the client's treatment plan and to support behavior instructors and parents on the team
- Assess the client's treatment needs and write detailed goals and objectives for each client's treatment plan so that progress may be tracked and measured
- Write initial assessments and progress reports for each client's funding source
- Attend IEP, IFSP, and transition meetings to present the client's present level of performance, progress on current goals, and proposed goals
- Consult with parents and school personnel in person, on the phone, or through video
- Conduct annual performance evaluations and career counseling for behavior instructors
- Recruit, interview, train, and manage behavior instructors
- Perform other job duties as assigned
Required Qualifications - Behavior Frontiers is seeking candidates who have:
- BCBA certification
- Master's degree in education, psychology, counseling, behavior analysis, behavior science, human development, social work, or rehabilitation
- 1 year experience working as a behavior instructor implementing ABA interventions with children with autism
- 1 year experience working as a behavior supervisor designing ABA programs for children with autism, as well as training parents and instructors how to implement these interventions
- Knowledge and experience with DTT, NATS/NET, VB
- Experience conducting assessments: VB-MAPP, Vineland, ABLLS, Brigance, FBA
- Bilingual in Spanish is a plus!
Excellent Compensation & Benefits Package
- Highly competitive salaries
- Potential for fast career advancement
- Wage increase evaluations with performance evaluations annually
- Access to a team of highly experienced autism professionals as part of a clinical support system
- Initial and continuous paid professional development opportunities
- Remote access to our comprehensive curriculum and online training programs
- Mobile phone
- Flexible work days and time; ability to work from home
- 401k retirement plan with company match
- Medical, dental, and vision insurance for full-time employees
- Paid Personal Time Off (PTO) for full-time employees
- Paid holidays for full-time employees
- Paid sick time
- Paid drive time
- Paid mileage
- Paid training time
- Paid professional liability insurance
- Free BCBA CEUs through company-sponsored Type II CEU events
- Paid conference attendance (e.g., registration, travel, room, meals, etc.)
- Allowances for purchasing reinforcers for clients and staff
- Opportunities to participant in research projects and present at conferences
- Relocation assistance, if applicable
- Discounts off of your Verizon, Sprint, and/or AT&T services
- Purchase program with discounts to rentals, moving services, excel, and more!
- Company socials by region, such as: dinners, bowling, yoga, holiday parties and more!
- Stocked office with snacks and beverages
- Free lunch provided at the monthly all staff meeting
- Fun, fast-paced environment!
Contact information/instructions for submitting resumes:
Please apply on our website: behaviorfrontiers.com
For questions please contact Michelle Safi: email@example.com
Los Angeles and Ventura County
CDM is and AWAR WINNING Non-Public Agency providing home-based and school-based services for families with children with autism and related disorders. Our focus is on "Helping parents help their kids".
- Participate in monthly staff meeting
- Maintain relationship with Regional Centers
- Active participation in professional meetings, workshops, and conferences
- Plan, develop and implement staff trainings
- Provide on going supervision field based observations in order to make appropriate clinical recommendations.
- Directly Supervise own cases
- Completion of FBA's and progress reports
- Masters or Doctorate in ABA, Psychology, MFT or related field.
- **Must possess Certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
- Must be able to work afternoons and evenings.
- Please DO NOT apply if you are not willing to commute to different locations to provide services.
- Reliable Transportation & Auto Insurance required
- Strong candidates will have at least 2 years direct experience working with children with Autism
- Department of Justice fingerprint clearance
- Mileage and Travel Time reimbursement for between clients
- Medical/ Dental/ Life Insurance for employees working 25+hours a week~1 week PTO 3 sick days
- Cell phone reimbursement
- Allowances for purchasing reinforcers for clients
- Opportunities for career advancement
Contact information/instructions for submitting resumes:
ABA & Verbal Behavior Group, Inc.
San Diego, CA
ABA & VB Group Behavior Interventionists (BIs) provide one-to-one behavioral intervention for children/clients in accordance with their individualized applied behavior analysis (ABA) and verbal behavior programs, in home and/or community settings. Activities will involve implementing specific teaching strategies and activities to help the child/client make progress toward individualized goals. ABA Behavior Interventionists report to their program supervisor(s) and indirectly to the child/client's parents/guardians.
- Administer specific ABA-based teaching and/or behavioral intervention strategies consistent with each child's individualized ABA program and/or intervention plan.
- Consistently and accurately perform data collection and record keeping as designed for all services delivered.
- Provide intervention while at the same time keeping teaching materials, records, reinforcers and data collection materials organized and orderly.
- Participate in initial and ongoing training and/or shadowing from supervisors and other therapy team members as appropriate.
- Communicate regularly and openly with supervisors, therapy team members, and parents/guardians of child/client.
- Provide input to supervisory staff in the development of programs as appropriate, such as identifying deficits or improvements in the child's performance.
- Submit paperwork, including data reports, timesheets, and parent verification forms (when requested) as timely and as accurately as possible.
- Arrive on-time and work for the entire duration of scheduled appointments.
- Maintain schedule availability.
- Develop positive rapport with the child to establish yourself as a conditioned reinforcer.
- Work collaboratively and respectfully, and communicate with parents and families.
- Involve parents and caregivers in treatment and provide training and direction as designed and directed by your supervisor.
- Attend staff trainings and staff meetings as scheduled. Adhere policies and practices outlined in the ABA & Verbal Behavior Group Employee Handbook.
- Represent ABA & Verbal Behavior Group positively by demonstrating courtesy and professionalism.
Critical Functions may include but are not necessarily limited to:
- Be able to lift 25-50 lbs.
- Adhere to assigned schedule and drive to client homes as assigned.
- Be able to run short distances, sit on the floor, bend down, squat & kneel.
People's Care Autism Services
Clinical Executive Director of Autism Services
Chino Hills, CA
People's Care Autism Services is a new branch of the People's Care family that is quickly becoming the leader in behavioral therapy for children and youth with autism. We are leading the way in innovative autism treatment. We use technology and the latest research to serve our clients and provide world class training for all of our employees. Therapists receive an iPad tablet to collect data in the field, allowing data collection to be streamlined and easily analyzed. We offer collaboration and support from seasoned senior clinicians and have many opportunities for growth throughout your career. 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. 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.
The Clinical Executive Director will report to the Chief Operating Officer. They will guide the development of clinical services and program curriculum development within the agency to ensure its meets the highest standards and is based upon the core purpose of the agency: 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. People's Care Clinical Executive Director will lead a team of BCBA clinicians who are responsible for all clinical, supervisory, and case management. Most importantly, the Clinical Executive Director will embrace People's Care Autism Services' Mission and values, set the cultural tone, establishing a highly professional, dedicated team of BCBA clinicians. The Clinical Executive Director also will build a working relationship with health plan partners and provide education and outreach to all funding resources about People's Care service.
- Masters degree with an emphasis in applied behavior analysis and BCBA Certification; BCBA-D & PhD preferred
- Minimum of 5-10 years supervisory experience and demonstrated performance management of clinical teams & project management.
- Minimum of 3-5 years experience as Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA or BCBA-D) serving the autism population
- Minimum 5-10 years marketing and business development to funding source in similar industry, preferably in Autism or related disorders.
- Advanced experience in program development of successful skill-acquisition curricula, functional analyses and assessments, function-based treatment plans, etc.
- Experience working on interdisciplinary teams to ensure a successful collaborative project
- Experience or ability to learn various software systems for monitoring and analyzing data and use analytic tools (e.g., FBA, VB-MAPP, Vineland II, HELP, BDI-II)
- Experience managing change in a high-growth environment
- Experience leading research projects and publication in peer-reviewed journals a plus
- Experience in a variety of clinical settings including In home, clinic, and school districts a plus
- Experience with program evaluation and social validity measurement a plus
- Job Title: Clinical Executive Director
- Reports to: CEO and COO
- Rate Type: Salaried
- Salary: Highly competitive + Signing Bonus + Retention Bonus + Bonus incentive program!
- Continuing Education: Paid CEU's through Relias Learning online + Tuition discount through National University
- Professional collaboration: Ongoing mentoring by seasoned Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA)
- Sign-on bonus
- Vacation and Holiday pay
- Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance
- Laptop, iPad, phone
- Relocation expense reimbursement
Contact information/instructions for submitting resumes:
If you are interested and would like more information about the position, please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or apply online at http://www.peoplescare.com/job-openings-2 and scroll down to Autism Services Clinical Supervisor position.
ABA & Verbal Behavior Group
ABA Clinical Supervisor
San Diego, CA
MA in Psychology or Behavior Analysis, BCBA current or imminent, ABA supervisory experience, proficiency or other background in the application of Verbal Behavior programming and VB-MAPP assessment.
ABA Supervisors are responsible for:
Developing and monitoring ABA home-based intensive intervention programs based on the principles of ABA, VB and evidence-based practices. Supervise highly qualified Behavior Interventionists (many in BCBA programs, all experienced with minimum BA/BS degree). Responsibilities also include: staff training, parent training, data collection design and oversight, report writing, VB-MAPP and other assessment activities including FBAs, participation in scheduling, collaboration with team members and other professionals, and day-to-day communication and coordination.
ABA & Verbal Behavior Group is a local San Diego ABA agency with a primary focus on quality and the correct application of behavior analytic principles using evidence-based procedures. We have a supportive team environment and are dedicated to the professional growth of our employees. Our clientele consists exclusively of young children (infant to 6 years) with an at-risk or autism diagnosis. We are experts in the use of the verbal behavior approach and are looking for a team member that shares our passion for this approach. Candidates will have opportunities available to conduct presentations and research as an adjunct to clinical responsibilities.
ABA programming is home-based therefore the position involves driving to family homes within the county of San Diego. The primary caseload is anticipated to be in central and coastal north county San Diego.
Supervisors receive a competitive salary and a compensation package which includes medical, dental and PTO including sick time and holidays. Preferred applicants are dedicated professionals committed to their own improvement as well as the advancement and growth of our field.
Get Social! Therapy
Greater Sacramento/Roseville Areas
Get Social! Therapy is committed to improving the lives of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Selective Mutism, ADHD, and typically developing children in need of support. Committed to the tenets of Behavioral Analysis Get Social! Therapy uses only evidence-based practices in the design and implementation of behavioral treatment programs. All programs offered by Get Social! Therapy are aimed at increasing the learner's independence and freedom by helping the learner reduce mal-adaptive behaviors while increasing the learner's access to reinforcement by building pro-social behaviors and skills.
The Behavior Analyst assesses skills across the following domains: pre-academic, language, social, play, executive function, cognitive, and motor; develops and implements treatment plans; conducts functional assessments and develops behavior intervention plans as needed; designs data collection procedures to support data-based decision making and monitors client progress; leads on-going staff training and participates in planning team meetings as needed; and provides training and instruction to parents.
- Minimum of a Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field
- Certified Behavior Analyst with the Behavior Analysis Certification Board
- Must maintain credentialing in compliance with the BACB
- Must complete supervision courses as outlined by the BACB
- Have at least two years' experience designing and implementing behavior modification intervention services.
- Knowledge of assessment tools such as the VB-MAPP (or similar tools), FBA development, AFLS, etc.
- Valid California Driver's License and reliable transportation
- Basic Life Support Certification
- All Candidates MUST complete background pre-screening including fingerprinting, physical and TB Test.
Contract and salary positions available-highly competitive pay.
Full time salary staff: 11 paid days of vacation, accrued paid time off, medical/dental/vision coverage, conference and professional development opportunities, and signing bonus
Please email letter of interest and resume to Elaine Lynn at email@example.com or call at 916-773-0211.
ABA Education Foundation
We are committed to providing optimum services based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to children in San Diego with developmental disabilities, autism, other pervasive developmental disorders, and behavior challenges. We are a Regional Center Vendor, a Non-Public Agency (NPA), and authorized TRICARE Provider.
ABA Education Foundation is currently seeking bilingual (Spanish) BCaBA and BCBA Certified Behavior Instructors in the San Diego Area to provide direct service to children with developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders. Service provision includes intervention and programs of instruction within the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. The instruction may take place in the home or school settings. This position requires driving between client locations. Examples of essential functions of Behavioral Instructors include: implementation of discrete trial training, pivotal response treatment, Picture Exchange Communication System, and other ABA interventions; data collection and analysis; and implementation of caregiver training.
This position is intended for growth towards a Program Supervisor position.
Candidates must possess a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor or Science degree from an accredited college or university, with a major in psychology, human behavior, child development, early childhood education, education/special education, behavior analysis, or a closely related field. Prior teaching and or ABA experience is highly preferred. Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is preferred. Full and part-time positions are available. Hours are between 8:00am-5:30pm Monday through Friday.
ABA Education Foundation offers competitive wages and benefits.
Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 619-220-0215.
Golden Gate Regional Center
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Golden Gate Regional Center is a non-profit agency that provides assistance to empower individuals with developmental disabilities to lead independent and productive lives. We offer competitive pay, outstanding benefits, and a dynamic work environment. We have over 200 employees located in San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo Counties.
Provides consultation on behavioral interventions to clinical staff, social workers and staff in Quality Assurance and Vendorization Departments in their on-going efforts to serve individuals with developmental disabilities. This position will report to Director, Clinical Services. Successful candidates must have access to reliable transportation as this position will involve frequent travel between San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin Counties. Occasional travel to Sonoma Developmental Center and throughout the Northern California may be required.
Assessment and Support
Provide clinical expertise and formal and informal consultation on behavioral health treatments. Conduct situational, needs, and/or functional assessments. Utilize evidence-based indirect assessment tools to measure independence, skills, behavior motivators, etc. Provide information and guidance during Interdisciplinary Team meetings regarding behavioral interventions. Assist in the development and review of behavioral plans. Create, conduct, and/or monitor trainings and workshops within the Agency and in the community for staff and providers. Disseminate information to staff and community providers regarding clinical principles and evidence-based practices for behavioral health treatments. Work with staff and service providers to ensure appropriate and quality services.
May provide expert testimony at State Level Fair Hearings for matters regarding behavior health treatments as needed.
Participate in review of Request for Proposals for specialized residential facilities or day programs on behavioral issues, reviewing the written proposals, participating in the group discussion and resulting decisions, and providing technical assistance and consultation on quality assurance services. Assist the Community Services Unit with review of program designs for new behavioral health treatment programs, including professional training and educational backgrounds of applicants.
Participate in the Behavior Modification Review Committee to ensure that behavioral services funded by GGRC do not cause pain or trauma. Compile data for and send annual report to the Department of Developmental Services regarding the number and type of behavior modification treatment plans approved by the Committee and source and type of license held by each facility in which approved treatment plans were implemented.
EDUCATIONAL AND BACKGROUND REQUIREMENTS
- Master's degree in Psychology, Special Education or related field to behavioral analysis.
- Board Certification or eligible as a Behavior Analyst. Certification must be obtained within 6 months from the date of hire.
- 2+ years experience in providing behavioral management services with individuals with developmental disabilities.
- Experience working in and developing home, school and community based ABA programs.
- Experience implementing ABA based treatment programs.
REQUIRED SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
- Excellent working knowledge of applied behavior analysis, particularly for individuals with developmental disabilities.
- Excellent written and communication skills.
- Ability to build partnerships and trusts through collaboration, active listening and an openness to new ideas.
- Operate with the understanding of working within the context of a larger team.
- Demonstrate sensitivity to individual's concerns and needs; listen with patience.
- Is current with new research, approaches, policies, laws, methods or technologies in area of expertise.
- Ability to operate basic office equipment, including scanners, copiers, faxes, phones.
- Basic familiarity with MS Word®, MS Excel®, MS PowerPoint®, MS Outlook® or similar software applications.
mid $60,000s, depending on experience
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Central Valley Autism Project, Inc.
Board Certified Behavior
Analyst Clinical Supervisor
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
www.cvapinc.org Phone: (209) 521.4791