Big Island Behavior Interventions
Job Title: Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst
Works with team of registered behavior technicians (RBT to provide applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy services for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders and related developmental disorders.
Consults, provides ongoing training to parents and caregivers, conducts behavioral evaluations of clients, and designs individualized behavior and support plans for clients.
Evaluates the effectiveness of services through functional assessments, behavior evaluations, behavior plans and individual education plans for clients on their caseload, and reports appropriately.
Educates, observes, assesses, and supervises the educational activities and service delivery of registered behavior technicians.
Adheres to the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts.
Maintains a weekly billable caseload of service hours as directed by the agency administrator.
Administers, conducts, evaluates and supervises the implementation of behavioral assessment measures (e.g., VB-MAPP, Vineland, etc.) and functional assessment measure.
Develops individualized goals and objectives for center, home, and community-based programs and designs behavior support plans based on functional assessment data.
Ensures appropriate behavioral data systems are implemented such that quantifiable behavioral data is collected at regular intervals to allow for the continual evaluation of behavior plans and the achievement of individual goals and objectives.
Instructs registered behavior on the proper implementation of educational and clinical behavior programs and plans, data collection systems and all necessary monitoring and reporting system.
Conducts regular caregiver and/or teacher training and consultation.
Meets regularly with agency administrator; keeps him apprised of issues impacting client progress and satisfaction and any clinical or operational issues.
Completes all necessary documentation in a timely and satisfactory manner.
Develops written reports documenting behavioral recommendations for parents, caregivers and agency personnel in a timely and accurate manner.
Master’s degree in behavior analysis, psychology, special education, social work, speech language pathology, or related field required.
Board Certified through the BACB.
At least three years' experience serving individuals within autism spectrum disorder with a full range of skills and abilities.
At least three years' experience working as an outreach consultant/in-home therapist in the autism or developmental disability field.
Strong knowledge of behavior analytic therapies; experience delivering these services.
Experience with staff training and supervision.
Proficient with DTT, NET, ABA program/goal development, behavior reduction and skills acquisition procedures, and staff training
Excellent writing and communication skills, be highly organized with the ability to multitask.
Equipment, Tools and Software
Microsoft Office, Word, and Excel
Electronic medical record system (preferably Rethink)
Basic office equipment
Hawaii State License (LBA)
CPR and First Aid trained
Able to lift 50 pounds.
Able to sit, and stand for periods of time.
Able to restrain and defend oneself from, within professional guidelines, aggressive clients.
Must have a positive attitude and able to effectively communicate/educate those that he/she directly works with.
Must be able to work in schools, home, community and center.
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