Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) - Clinical Coordinator - Home Based
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Clinical Coordinator – Home Based
Clients’ homes on the South Shore; Norwell or Quincy office
Great Opportunity! South Shore Autism Center (SSAC) is looking for an experienced, energetic BCBA Clinical Coordinator - Home Based to join our team.
The South Shore Autism Center provides Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) services to clients ages 18 months and older in our bright, friendly clinic setting. The SSAC team is a group of talented professionals who are committed to creating the highest quality learning environment for our children and their families.
The Clinical Coordinator is an experienced BCBA who demonstrates strong clinical skills, commitment to supervising a team of behavior therapists, and excellent communication with parents, supervisors and supervisees. Maintains a caseload of clients as determined by the Clinical or Executive Director and carries out all clinical services for each client. Collaborates with the Clinical Director of the Program and supervises all Behavior Therapists who work with clients.
Demonstrates leadership providing insight and contributions to ensure the company’s mission and values infuse the daily operations and ongoing success of the Program.
Essential Job Functions/Responsibilities
The essential functions include, but are not limited to the following:
● Client-specific oversight, initial assessment, treatment plan writing, reassessments, gather and maintain session schedule, caseload supervision/management
● Supervise Behavior Therapists
● Monitor data
● Write, modify, train on programs
● Serve as the main point of contact for each family; communicate with parents: daily/weekly updates, progress, concerns
● Facilitate client transition to new team when clinically appropriate
● Provides school consultation
● Collaborate with other providers/professionals, provide individual parent training, and group parent training
● Provide leadership, train new Behavior Therapists, provide mentorship to other BCBA’s in program, collaborate with Clinical or Executive Director for program-wide needs, questions and plans, meet with other Clinical Coordinators and Clinical Director/Executive Director for individual and program-wide collaboration and support
● Contribute to site-specific and company-wide projects and tasks as directed
● Participate in clinical meetings, staff meetings, and professional development days
● Protect the confidentiality of the client and family
Qualifications (Education/Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities)
● Master’s degree in education, psychology, or related field required
● BCBA certification and Massachusetts license (LABA)
● At least two (2) years’ experience as a practicing BCBA
● At least five (5) years’ experience with ABA or working with individuals with developmental disabilities
● At least three (3) years experience working with children with autism ages 14 and younger, including toddlers
● Access to two recent redacted writing samples demonstrating clinical skills (Functional Behavior Assessment, Treatment Plan, Behavior Support Plan, Instructional Program)
● Two (2) references from a professional or academic supervisor
● Reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license
● Physical ability to occasionally lift, transport clients or equipment weighing up to 40 pounds; physical ability to move quickly to follow clients when walking or running
● Availability to work until 6:30 PM at least two (2) days per week
● Must consent to a criminal background investigation
● Travel to Clients’ homes on the South Shore required
We offer a competitive pay rate, employee benefits, a great time off package and a great learning working environment
For consideration please forward your resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Visit us @ https://ssautismcenter.com/
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
South Shore Autism Center complies with all aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and state disability laws. This means that we will not discriminate against qualified individuals with a disability in any phase of the employment relationship including application for employment, hiring, promotions and/or advancement opportunities, termination, compensation, training and any other conditions or privileges of employment.