Assistant Clinical Director-BCBA – Community Access UnlimitedShare this page
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Community Access Unlimited is seeking an Assistant Clinical Director/Board Certified Behavior Analyst to work with individuals with developmental disabilities and autism, oversee Registered Behavior Technicians, run groups and trainings, and create and oversee behavior support plans. The candidate will focus on developing and maintaining behavior plans and skill acquisition plans, staff training, and conducting Functional Behavior Assessments using the principles of applied behavior analysis and positive behavior supports. EOE
In addition, continuing education credits and recertification of the BCBA will be paid for by company.
|Roles & Responsibilities|
|– Develop and implement appropriate behavior plans for members including training of other staff
– Serve as liaison with health care providers regarding treatment of members
– Provide staff training on effective behavioral supports
– Develop an effective working relationship with CAU staff
– Thoroughly document all interactions with members
– Participate as a member of the Inter disciplinary team for members on caseload
– Maintain appropriate staff/member interactions
– Maintain program operations and facilitate program development
– Cooperate with Agency, legal authorities and Department of Human Services or any part or successor thereof in any inspection or investigation
– Manage behaviorists caseloads, ensuring cases are distributed evenly
– Collaborate with the managing behaviorist on performance evaluations
– Assign and collect bio-psychosocial assessments
– Conduct orientation and training of new behavioral team members
– Attend meetings in place of the managing behaviorist as assigned.
– Meet with the managing behaviorist and behaviorists for supervision meetings.
|– Ability to maintain appropriate relationships with people with disabilities and at-risk adolescents utilizing normalization principles
– BCBA Certification
– Ability to interact effectively with all levels of CAU staff, members’ families, and within the community
– Ability to express oneself, both in writing and verbally, in a comprehensive manner, using the English language
– Good planning and organization skills
– Working knowledge of computer software programs including Microsoft Office products
– Ability to be resourceful and work independently
– Ability to deliver effective presentations and training programs
– Demonstrate responsible leadership, mentoring and role-modeling
– Access to an automobile vehicle, valid driver’s license and safe driving record required.