- Glendale, AZ, USA
- 80000 per year
- Full Time
The role of the BCBA will be to help change lives for families. This individual will work with families and their children to apply the strategies for Applied Behavior Analysis. Adventure ABA, LLC has a fun and engaging work environment with individuals who are trained and are working towards or have their RBT certificate! Their is room to move up in the company as well. Adventure ABA has company values we strive to work towards!
1. Certification by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board
2. LBA in Arizona obtained
3. A Master's degree in special education, psychology, or related field, with specialized knowledge of behavioral health and treatment philosophies and professional practices
4. Be in network with insurance companies
5. A minimum of two years of recent experience working with individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families
6. Knowledge of early childhood and Autism assessment tools and procedures, and thorough knowledge of child development.
7. Experience developing positive Behavior Intervention Plans and Skill Acquisition Plans
8. Knowledge of current methods and techniques of Applied Behavior Analysis and Discrete Trial Training
9. Basic computer skills and be able to use all required software.
10. Ability to problem-solve and assist in decision-making, including during emergencies or when other supervisors are not onsite.
11. Open availability
12. Have a valid driver's license, car registration and insurance, and reliable transportation to any location.
13. Maintain a high level of organization
14. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing with clients, parents, and professionals
15. Open and honest communication
1. Use appropriate assessment instruments and data to develop and implement teaching programs that reflect behavioral and other outcomes.
2. Provide training and supervision of Adventure ABA staff through observations, meetings, and other methods.
3. Establish and maintain data measurement, collection, and analysis systems for clients receiving behavioral interventions. Maintain appropriate documentation and prepare and complete reports as required.
4. Provide consultation, training, and assistance to parents of Adventure ABA clients
5. Participate in Individual Education Program (IEP) team meetings for clients as appropriate.
6. Participate in professional growth activities such as conferences, classes, team meetings and staff events.
7. Accept all other responsibilities as assigned.
8. Provide supervision to RBT's and individuals pursuing their BCBA certification.
9. Maintains the billing requirement set forth by the company.
a. A minimum of 100 hours per month, or 25 hours per week.
The role of the Board Certified Behavior Analyst is to monitor, supervise, make modifications, etc. to cases that are on their caseload. Support the RBTs or BTs in providing 1:1 implementation of therapy. Complete SFFs, IOA data, feedback in person, email, in a meeting, etc. for all clients and RBTs that they see. The BCBA will be responsible in helping parents during parent training as well as ensuring they are following the policies that they need to (cancellations, who to contact, etc.). The BCBA will be required to follow their ethical guidelines, ensure others who they are managing follow those guidelines, and provide feedback when needed. The company wants to see a BCBA who accepts the policies and standards set by the company, clinical directors, and office managers. The BCBA will provide a good amount of support to the staff they are managing and to promote a fun, comfortable environment for everyone.