BCBA/Program Supervisor

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for maintaining program structure and implementation for a caseload of clients
  • Maintain proper data, records, and program materials for assigned clients according to BACB/HIPAA/state regulations
  • Conduct ongoing assessments, per the direction of supervising staff, to identify client strengths and weaknesses as they pertain to current and proposed future goals
  • Collect and apply interventions to promote skill acquisition across clients
  • Write individualized client treatment plans and submit to supervising staff in accordance with AHFA established timelines
  • Observe client behaviors, coach staff on data collection procedures, develop specific, observable, and measurable behavior definitions and determine appropriate behavior management interventions
  • Analyze and interpret collected behavior data and complete behavior reference guide(s) as needed
  • Participate in development of behavior intervention plan(s), implementation, and monitoring in adherence to and effectiveness of established behavior intervention plan(s)
  • Assist in training and mentoring itinerant staff in the basic principles & procedures of Applied Behavior Analysis pertaining to individual clients and in the everyday operations of the organization
  • Contribute thoughtful and meaningful strategies/suggestions during scheduled supervision meetings
  • Work directly with other Program Managers, Program/Service Coordinators, and the Directors to contribute to a cohesive supervision team, and the fulfillment of the foundation’s mission
  • Complete ongoing evaluations regarding staff performance and participate in scheduled review meetings
  • Coordinate care across parents, school, and support services by sharing relevant information related to skill development, treatment plans, and behavior management

QUALIFICATIONS

  • BCBA or BCaBA required
  • LBA or LABA in the state of Oregon (preferred)
  • Minimum of three years of experience working with individuals with Autism/developmental disabilities and application of principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Crisis intervention training (preferred)
  • Demonstrate proficiency in discrete trial teaching, natural environment teaching, functional assessment, functional analysis, data collection and analysis
  • Minimum of one year of experience supervising a caseload of at least 3 clients
  • Supervision experience of itinerant staff/technicians preferred
  • A high sense of urgency, multitasking skills and ability to work independently when provided with regular check-in
  • Strong communication and time management skills across multiple modalities (in-person, phone, written) and individuals (colleagues, supervisees, parents)
  • Positive approach to unexpected events and constructive feedback, including solution-focused problem solving skills
  • Enthusiastic, self-motivated to implement and learn more about Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Able to lift at least 50 lbs. and participate in strenuous activity
  • A reliable vehicle, proof of registration and current insurance (required); travel is a necessary component of this position

Think you're a good fit? Send an email to careers@ahopeforautism.net. Please include your resume, cover letter, and mention that you are applying for the Program Manager position.