BCBA-Board Certified Behavior Analyst
POSITION: Board Certified Behavior Analyst
REPORTING TO: Director of Clinical Services
PRIMARY PURPOSE: To assist individuals to shape their behavior, allowing them to be self-sufficient, self-determining and successful as possible. The Board Certified Behavioral Analyst is a member of the Clinical Team, and reports to the Director of Clinical Services.
- Master’s Degree in applied behavioral analysis, psychology, education or a related field.
- Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA) certification, or is in the process of obtaining it.
- At least 1-3 years’ of experience working with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and/or brain injuries that may also have behavioral challenges.
- Demonstrated skill in designing and implementing all stages of PBS/ABA supported Assessments, Guidelines, and Behavior Treatment Plans.
Essential Job Functions:
- Responsible for the development and implementation of comprehensive behavioral assessments and behavioral treatment programs.
- Support ongoing implementation of behavior support guidelines and behavior programs through hands-on training/assistance, data collection, and data analysis.
- Develop skill acquisition plans/programs in day hab, vocational and residential settings
- Provide training (to families, staff, and individuals served) in behavioral interventions and applied behavior analysis as assigned by the Clinical Director.
- Work collaboratively with Program Directors, Funding Sources, and other stakeholders to ensure persons served are being proactively supported to learn, develop, and become active and valued members of their communities.