Make a difference in a child's life by using our family-centered approach to caring for children with autism spectrum disorders. Design and supervise the provision of evidence-based mental health services and programs in response to physician recommendations in home, school, and/or other natural settings. Join our team and contribute to a program that provides a healthy and rewarding life to children with autism.
Maintains a caseload of 8 to 12 children affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders and supervises the Behavior Specialists as they implement the ABA therapy and treatment.
Conducts regular home visits, at least twice a month, with each client family in order to supervisor the Behavior Specialists and maintain family satisfaction.
Monitors daily direct service appointments for completion; i.e. rendering and accurate notes. This includes, monitoring Behavior Specialist and family cancellations, as well as following up with staff to schedule make-up sessions.
Tracks overall treatment and client progress in order to update goals and treatment protocols as necessary.
Meet at least once a month with Behavior Specialists to conduct staff meetings. During staff meetings reviews treatment plan, provides feedback or training to address clinical or administrative concerns. Address any concerns that might impact the validity and success of the client’s ABA program.
Training: Training will be provided during a new hire orientation and in ongoing clinical trainings. BCBA supervision hours are provided. In addition to the provided training, employees are required to remain current on new research and developments in special education and related fields.
Requirements: • Masters degree in one of the following disciplines: Psychology, Childhood Development, Childhood Education, Special Education, Pediatric Therapy, or a related field. • Board Certified Behavior Analyst ("BCBA") certification is preferred. • Two years of related professional experience working with children with autism spectrum disorders and/or other related developmental disabilities in a multi-disciplinary team setting. • Able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing; bilingual ability preferred.