Are you a passionate, dedicated, and experienced "behavior-changing agent," who wishes to utilize your knowledge and skills to improve the life of special needs children? Are you looking for a team that offers support, flexibility, and growth? Are you seeking to develop a fulfilling and exciting career and not just a job? If your answer is, "Yes!" to these questions, we'd like to invite you to apply for our Clinical Supervisor or BCBA position.
Headquartered in Fremont, CA, CABC is a young and progressive organization, offering applied behavior analytic (ABA) intervention services in the San Francisco Bay Area. At CABC, we are committed to the organic process of fostering relationship and promoting empowerment. It is our mission to enhance the life quality of our clients with measurable outcomes, to transform the family experience of their loved ones, and to empower our clients with sustainable solutions.
CABC is currently seeking candidates to fill 2 Clinical Supervisor positions. Qualified candidates are enthusiastic, focused, and driven to learn and devote themselves to a fulfilling career in the field of autism and applied behavior analysis. Experience working with special needs children is required. A Clinical Supervisor is responsible for every aspect of the intervention program. S/he will be working with a BCBA and a team of passionate and talented behavior-changing agents. Supervision will be provided for those who are seeking independent filed work supervision hours. CABC has received provisional approval for intensive practicum from Florida Institute of Technology (FIT.) This position monitors intervention program progress through collection of fidelity and reliability data, assessment of staff competencies, and monitoring the professional development goals of staff.
This is a competitive full-time, salaried position that's based upon experience. All qualified and interested applicants please reply this posting with a copy of your cover letter and resume.
Chang & Associates Behavior Consulting provides:
- Competitive compensation package, including medical, dental, vision insurance, and 401(K) plan with matching for eligible part-time and full-time employees
- Tuition reimbursement for selected education programs
- Mileage reimbursement the paid travel time
- Stable schedule and hours
- Paid holidays
- Paid time-off for full-time employees
- Dynamic and supportive organization culture
- Physical wellness program
- Initial/on-going paid training and on-site support/supervision
- BCBA supervised independent fieldwork/intensive practicum hours
- Subsidized continuing education training toward BCaBA/BCBA
- Subsidized CEU's for BCaBA/BCBA
- Free 40-hour training program for the RBT credential
- Opportunities for career advancement & professional growth
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assists BCBA in intervention program planning, implementation and evaluation.
- Oversees a clinical team of three or more Behavior Interventionists, including clinical supervision and off-site coaching of BI’s, conducts quarter/annual written performance evaluations.
- Organizes and implements training program for Behavior Interventionist.
- Reviews client data for all intervention programs to ensure accuracy of data input.
- Provides back-up support to staff during scheduled or unscheduled absences of team members.
- Confers with staff regularly regarding techniques used, case progress, and related matters for the purpose of promoting and evaluating professional development.
- Assures quality of services by reviewing work in progress.
- Prepares clear, accurate and effective reports, correspondence and other written materials.
- Participates in monthly clinical meetings with the families.
- Conducts off-site visits with clients, develops intervention program objectives, reviews treatment data and monitors client progress, make program modifications as needed, create appropriate data sheets, provide parent training and education, conduct quarterly developmental assessments, write progress reports, and conduct monthly team meetings.
- Performs other duties as assigned
- All Clinical Supervisors must have at least a Bachelor's degree in a related field, a valid certification from the BACB as a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA,) or currently obtaining a Master's degree to become a BCBA.
- At least one (1) year of experience in supervising ABA intervention services and two (2) years of experience in providing intervention services directly to individuals with special needs.
- Ability in collaborating with the clinical team
Physical Activity Requirements:
- Ability to lift, pull and/or push at least 30 lbs
- Ability to 1) physically bend, squat, extend arms, reach over shoulders and outward; 2) quickly alternate between kneeling, standing and/or to sitting; 3) sitting at a prolonged time
- Ability to sustain energy level that can keep up with active children
- A recent physical that verifies you meet the physical requirements of the job without reasonable accommodations.
- BA/BS degree in Psychology, Education, or Special Education or related field. Candidates with incomplete degrees will be considered based on experience
- Valid CA Driver's License
- Proof of auto liability insurance
- Criminal (DOJ) fingerprint clearance
- Immunizations requirements
- Negative TB test results (completed within the last year)
- Proof of MMR immunity or vaccination
- Proof of Varicella immunity or vaccination
- Proof of Hep. B immunity, vaccination or declination of inoculation
- Pertussis immunity, vaccination or declination of inoculation
All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, religious creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, physical and/or mental disabilities, medical condition, age, or marital status.
- Applied Behavior Analysis: 3 years
Job Type: Full-time
- ABA: 3 years