We are a 'newer' ABA Therapy company looking for a rockstar BCBA to help lead our efforts across the greater Fort Worth area. The behavior analyst is primarily responsible for independently developing, managing, and supervising behavior intervention programs in homes, schools and within the community using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). The role will oversee anywhere from 2-8 in-home clients, depending on if it's part-time or full-time.
- $65-$70/hr for billable sessions as a supervisor (10-15 hours a week)
- The role will also work 1:1 with a client for 10 hours a week at an increased rate of $80/hr
Reports to:Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Michelle Kuhn, Co-founder, BCBA-D
Develop individualized behavior intervention programs based on the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA).
Conduct all supervisory and program management responsibilities for families participating in the inhome consultation and parent training models of service delivery
Supervise, shadow and train tutors/aides/therapists / RBTs working directly with clients in participating in the inhome consultation model of service delivery.
Provide education and training to parents participating in the parent training model of service delivery
Work collaboratively with teachers, therapists, and other support staff and administrators to develop behavior strategies to be implemented in generalized environments and support a wrap around model of services
Maintain regular contact with families and staff at appropriate times
Ensure appropriate implementation and maintenance of individualized ABA programs
Develop, monitor, and analyze individualized data measurement systems for each intervention program.
Regularly update programming and treatment plans based on data based decisions.
Conduct team consultation meetings and prepare reports to update client treatment Programs on a regular basis
Follow up at regular intervals with families and staff to ensure successful implementation of interventions and instructional programs
Help families prepare for school meetings (i.e. ETR, IEP) and attend these meeting with families
Develop and teach curriculum for social skills groups and the corresponding parent components to social skills groups
Lead large group trainings covering topics related to autism spectrum disorders and behavior management strategies
Clinical Skills & Procedures
Functional behavior assessment (FBA) and/or analysis
Behavior plans & protocols
Writing and submitting reports to funding agencies and team members
Data analysis, progress measurement, and treatment planning
Critical Functions (may include but are not necessarily limited to):
Be able to lift 2550 pounds
Be able to run short distances, sit on the floor, bend down, squat and kneel
Must have access to own vehicles for transportation to client homes or other locations throughout area of service delivery
Master's Degree in Psychology, Special Education, Applied Behavior Analysis or related fields. PsyD's are encouraged t apply.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
Prior operations experience
Minimum of 2 years experience developing and supervising behavior intervention program(s) and behavior plans based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
Excellent understanding and utilization of ABA
Advanced knowledge of autism spectrum disorders (ASD)
Demonstrate superior knowledge of the function of behaviors and the use of FBAs for the development of program goals and behavior intervention plans
Experience implementing a variety of standardized assessments, including but not limited to Vineland Behavior Scale, VB-MAPP, ABLLS, and EFL
Demonstrate superior knowledge of funding sources rules and regulations and special education law for determining appropriate educational programming goals including effective instructional strategies to be implemented, placement, and behavior plan development
Demonstrate ability to communicate with multiple funding sources and parents.
BCBAs must pass a criminal background check administered by CHECKR prior to employment.