We are growing!!!! Recognizing Children's Gifts (RCG) Behavioral Health Network is an organization that provides services for children and adolescents that have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Currently, we are recruiting for a BCBA to join our team! An ideal candidate is one that is passionate, dedicated and enthusiastic.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:
- Provide clinical supervision to all assigned ABA Therapists
- Provide monthly clinical observation of clients and provide ongoing feedback to therapists
- Completes duties related to supervision of therapists and clients to include completing supervision notes on a weekly basis and reviewing and completing weekly reports to ensure proper billing.
- Develops and presents in-service training to improve team member competencies in clinical or therapeutic interventions.
- Provide initial and ongoing assessments for clients (e.g., VB-MAPP, FBA, ABLLS-R)
- Develop curriculum that specifically meets the needs of the client
- Develops and oversees treatment plan, curriculum, and behavior plans
- Provide initial and on-going training to ABA Therapists
- Responsible for developing treatment, behavior, and service plans
- Responsible for overseeing family training that integrates evidence-based behavioral strategies to be implemented in the home and/or natural environment
- Meet with families on a quarterly basis to review progress related to treatment plan including curriculum and behavior plan
- Analyze and graph data related to treatment and modify programs as needed
- Collaborates with outside agency team members (i.e IEP team, speech therapists, OTs)
- Manages the authorization and reauthorization process for all assigned clients
- Must have flexible availability between the hours of 8-6:30
Education and Experience
- Masters degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
- At least 2 years of experience providing behavioral therapy to children diagnosed with developmental and pervasive disorders
- Must be licensed by the Board of Medicine
Knowledge, skills, and abilities
Knowledge of developmental disabilities including PDD, autism, and Asperger’s Syndrome; ABA Therapy; youth and family counseling; knowledge of principles and techniques of basic interviewing and assessment skills; working knowledge of human services system, roles of human services personnel, and relevant community resources; ability to maintain effective working relationships with other social services providers, service purchasers, and clients. Contractors or team members must pass a State Police Criminal Record Check, Department of Social Services Record and FBI Checks. The contractors or team members are also required to complete a Tuberculosis Screening Test upon employment and every year thereafter. Contractors and team members shall be provided training in behavior management, CPR, and first aid, and Human Rights upon employment or any contractual services.