Provide clinical supervision for clients and staff during ABA therapy. Assist with the daily operations of the ABA Autism Clinic. Monitor clients and staff during ABA therapy and provide clinical feedback to staff regarding the session. Create and maintain organizational systems to ensure compliance and accurate implementation of clinic processes. Participate in parent training sessions.
Bachelor's degree in any discipline with coursework in behavior analysis or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in good standing.
At least two to four years' experience providing services to individuals with developmental disabilities, including at least 120 hours of direct services to individuals with complex behavior problems.
Solid knowledge of the fundamental principles and practices of Applied Behavior Analysis.
This includes functional analysis methodology, verbal behavior, and ethical standards in behavior analysis.
Work collaboratively as part of a comprehensive team to provide services to individuals with developmental disabilities.
Ability to work independently, with great attention to details, and prioritize tasks/goals for self and others.
The ability to conduct themselves as a leader and provide feedback and guidance to all staff.
Pass annual background check.
Candidates must be eligible for private insurance credentialing and able to obtain a license as a behavior analysts.
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