Board Certified Behavior Analyst - #197778

The Autism Therapy Group


Date: 04/09/2021 00:01 AM

City: Naperville, Illinois

Contract type: Full Time

Work schedule: Full Day

Company Description



Everything we do is focused on a single goal: making a difference in children’s lives.


You dedicated a great deal of time and energy to becoming a BCBA; now you can join an organization where all of your hard work will be respected and valued. At ATG, we work as a team, providing you with the opportunity to further enhance your clinical skills by collaborating with our other BCBAs who have expertise across a wide range of ages and diagnoses. We provide our BCBAs with targeted administrative support, to allow you to better focus on your clinical responsibilities. As an ATG BCBA, you will also maintain an individualized development plan, designed around your own professional goals, allowing you to advance within the organization in accordance with your personal values.



Job Description



Primary Responsibilities:



  • Assessment and treatment plan development
  • Clinical Programming (challenging behavior management, skill acquisition, and data collection strategies)
  • On-going evaluation of caregiver/client progress
  • Report writing
  • Conduct regular in-home team clinic meetings with the Therapist(s) and caregiver(s)
  • Provide direct intervention services to clients, as needed
  • Provide training and on-going support to caregivers and staff

Compensation and Benefits:



  • Competitive salary based on experience
  • Professional Development Fund to assist in maintaining your BCBA Credential
  • Research and publication opportunities
  • Paid Time Off (holidays, vacation, and sick days)
  • Health benefits which include medical, dental, vision, and 401K plan
  • Leadership training and CEU’s
  • Company laptop with cell phone and mileage reimbursements
  • Corporate discount buying program


Qualifications




  • MA/MS in Psychology, Education, Special Education or any other related area of study from an accredited institution
  • BCBA Certification completed
  • 3 + years experience with individuals with autism and related developmental disabilities and mental health disorders
  • Experience with severely challenging behaviors and the design and implementation of related assessment and intervention strategies
  • Excellent management and clinical skills
  • Mastery of ABA principles, theory, methods and evidence-based practices
  • Knowledge of effective practice, clinical decision making, outcomes-based intervention, and areas of practice specific to developmental disorders
  • Experience working in collaboration with Regional Centers, School Districts, and other agencies extremely valued
  • Bilingual skills valued and are highly encouraged to apply
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable form of transportation
  • Proper background check and TB clearance


Additional Information



All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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