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We are an expanding and growing company, we are always looking to hire qualified and experienced individuals. We have open positions for Program Supervisors or BCBA, and Behavioral Technician/Therapists.
Interested in working with us?
Programs Supervisor Or BCBA
We at myHHBS are individuals that want to build an organization that is devoted to the well-being of our community, families and individuals. We are looking for a qualified professional for us to add on as a contractual program supervisor or as an employee.
As that said, we are looking for someone who is moral, caring, and sympathetic to add on our team. Someone who is ambitious of achieving wellness and happiness for all individuals with a righteous mind-set. We believe this opportunity we are presenting is wonderfully considerable.
Here are the Requirements that individual would need to meet:
1. Master’s degree from an accredited university in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Education, or related field.
2. Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in good standing with the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB).
3. Minimum 2-3 years of experience providing ABA services to children with Autism.
4. Experience conducting skill and behavioral assessments (e.g. VB-MAPP, FBA, etc.)..
5. Expertise in development of skill acquisition and behavior reduction programs supervising BCaBA’s and/or Behavior Technicians preferred.
6. Spanish speaking is highly desired, but not required- Must have reliable transportation.
7. Credentialed and Screened with Insurance companies (CAQH), preferred but not required.
8. Solid technical skills and passion for quality service.
9. Organized and efficient, detail oriented and able to multi-task.
10 Positive and professional team player.
11 Excellent interpersonal and social skills, able to connect easily with others.
12. Ability to supervise upcoming BCBA candidates.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Implement and conduct ABA treatment:
2. Behavior management, DTT, PRT, Social Skills, Parent Education to families with children with special needs.
3. Provide services authorized directly to the family and consumer.
4. Maintains communication with consumer/parents/caregivers through email and phone calls.
5. Complete and submit time sheets.
6. Collect, review, summarizing, and communicate data (data sheets, session notes, task analyses, ABC data sheets, parent goal data, etc.) and progress with Program Supervisor.
7. Maintain communication with Program Supervisor for mastery and new programs on each individual case.
8. Conducts 1:1 consumer/parent/caregiver sessions. All sessions are face to face, and not through electronic means.
9. Attend quarterly staff meetings and professional development trainings.
10. Report any incidents and communication from the parent to the Program Supervisor or Clinical Director.
11. Submits SIR within the same day of incident.
12. Contact Program Supervisor and Administrative Department prior to cancellations.
1. Must have at least 6 months experience working with individuals with Autism or any developmental disabilities.
2. Must have knowledge of basic principles of applied behavior analysis; ethical considerations regarding behavior modification; behavioral and reinforcement procedures to increase and decrease behavior.
4. Must be self-motivated, responsible, honest, articulate, and be able to work independently and in a team.
5. Stand, sit, twist, kneel, bend over, crouch down, walk, sit/play on the floor for extended periods of time.
6. Be able to lift, push and pull up to 40 pounds without assistance from another adult.
7. Possess strong written and oral communication skills.
8. Fluency with all Microsoft Office programs.
If this sounds of any interest to you, please fill out the form above.
- Competitive Pay
- Sick and Vacation Time
- Medical Benefits
- Drive time and Mileage Pay
- Monthly Trainings
- One on One Supervision Support