Nice to meet you! We’re Kyo.
Kyo is a leading provider of therapy for individuals with autism. Our core service is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, a clinically proven form of treatment for autism. Kyo serves thousands of children and teens across ten states and is growing rapidly to meet demand for its services. Every day, our team seeks to achieve the unachievable for our clients.
We deliver effective, child-centric ABA therapy to children with autism. We define success by the new connections, new capabilities, and new achievements that matter most to each child and their family. We believe in making every minute count when we’re together, and will help you do the same while we’re apart!
If you’re creative, compassionate, ambitious and looking to make an impact in your community, Kyo might be the place for you!
Our rapidly growing team of clinicians has an immediate and full-time opening for a Program Supervisor.
For a limited time, a $2000 sign-on bonus is available!
WHY CHOOSE US?
- We’ll set you up for short term and long term success with personalized 1:1 mentorship, paid ongoing training, and professional development for those who want to grow their career ABA, or even pursue another field.
- Our proprietary Care app allows you to easily accept or reject changes to your schedule and seamlessly communicate with our scheduling team.
- Company-paid Registered Behavior Technician credential or, where applicable, state specific ABA license (RBAI).
- Paid time off (PTO), mileage reimbursement, and paid drive time between sessions.
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and company-paid subscription to the Wise@Work wellness app.
- Referral bonuses and other perks via our employee rewards app.
- Medical, vision, dental and life insurance benefits for staff working 30+ hours/week.
- Paid BCBA supervision hours and nationwide clinical collaboration opportunities.
- Tuition reimbursement available after six months of employment.
- A company culture that is supportive, collaborative, and believes that diverse perspectives lead to more creative thinking about our work, with superior results.
WHAT YOU'LL DO:
- Provide 1:1 play-based instruction to clients using techniques from the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), as directed by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), in home, school, and community settings.
- Assist clients in acquiring academic and/or appropriate life skills. This may include toilet training, eating, and other self-help skills.
- Utilize company-provided iPad for onsite data collection and to report progress regarding client performance and behavior with a high level of accuracy, consistency, and organization.
- Utilize safe & appropriate handling procedures when working with clients, primarily young children, some of whom can display aggressive and/or violent behavior.
- Communicate clearly, respectfully and openly with all team members, clients, and clients' parents/caregivers.
- Provide accurate and consistent availability and inform cancellations of any upcoming changes.
- Participate in client clinical team meetings, & staff training and staff development days.
- Comply with all company policies, including mandatory reporting of child health & safety concerns as described in the company's employee handbook.
- Under the supervision of a Behavior Analyst or Program Supervisor II:
- Provides on-going training, mentoring and support to clinical staff and to caregivers in the implementation of ABA principles and related behavior intervention procedures, including during observation/coaching sessions.
- Spot-checks graphs to ensure that data decisions are being made in a timely fashion, in keeping with the data-decision tree protocol.
- May be asked to assist with drafting and/or dissemination of reports/program updates.
- Prepares agenda and facilitates team meetings, when applicable.
- Assists with designing treatment program (goals, objectives, and activities).
- May be asked to conduct initial assessments in conjunction with a BCBA.
- Demonstrates competency around scheduling one’s own billable and non billable appointments, adhering to Kyo and payor policies.
- Checks clients’ schedules and reports errors to scheduling team
- For district-funded clients:
- Collaborates with all members of the child’s IEP team
- Models behavior intervention tactics for Kyo BTs and school district staff
- Tracks student progress to ensure that short-term objectives from IEP are implemented
- Makes all reasonable attempts to ensure efficacious development of programs for our clients. This may include tasks not listed above.
- Ability and willingness to obtain and/or maintain Registered Behavior Technician certification or, where applicable, state specific ABA licensure.
- Possesses a Bachelor of Arts or Science Degree.
- Currently enrolled in a BACB verified course sequence for BCBA coursework.
- Two years of experience in designing and/or implementing behavior modification intervention services.
- Ability to pass DOJ & FBI background check and, where applicable, TB test or TB risk assessment.
- Availability Monday through Friday from 8am -7pm for full time employment.
- Reliable vehicle with proof of valid driver’s license and insurance.
- Willingness to drive up to 45 minutes to and from and in between client locations.
- Willingness and ability to provide proof of completed COVID-19 vaccination and booster (if eligible), no later than your scheduled start date. (If you believe you are entitled to either a medical or religious exemption to our vaccination requirement, please notify your Kyo recruiter immediately so that your request may be reviewed by HR.)
- Preferred working knowledge of Apple iPad technology and Google Suite.
- Minimum 2 years experience working with children with developmental disabilities using the principles of behavior to shape learning.
- Intent to work in the field of autism.
- Experience facilitating meetings and providing training/consult to parents or staff.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
NOTE ON PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Have the ability to regularly walk, kneel, crawl, bend, crouch, stand up from the ground, and sit on the floor or in child-sized chairs for extended periods of time. Must also have the ability to lift and carry or otherwise move a pediatric population (up to 50 pounds). Occasionally may require running or otherwise moving quickly.
- Exhibit manual dexterity to regularly use and enter data into a computer/tablet/phone.
- Specific vision abilities/visual acuity required include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus. Be able to read and comprehend written communication through computer, electronic devices, and paper means.
- Specific auditory abilities required include perceiving the nature of sounds at normal to below normal speaking levels with or without correction, ability to receive detailed information through oral communication and to make discrimination in sound, spatial awareness of sounds and speech at a variety of volume levels, often in background noise.
- Be able to speak in a manner easily understood and receive detailed information through oral communication.
- If required by a Behavior Intervention Plan, must be willing and able to utilize safe & appropriate handling procedures, including quick body movements, in the course of working with children with challenging behavior.