• Full Time
  • Anywhere

Position Salary Range: $51,000 – $91,000

Assignment(s): School/home based consultation, program development and supervision

Job Summary: The BCBA Consultant provides consultative and direct instructional behavioral services to clients. The BCBA Consultant conducts assessments as needed, generates behavior support plans, and ensures the effective implementation of all in-home and school based treatment programs for all clients on their caseload.

The BCBA Consultant is directly supervised by the Assistant Clinical Director/s and/or Clinical Director.

Specific areas of supervision and support provided to BCBA Consultants by the Clinical Director:

  • Ongoing supervision and clinical
  • Ongoing training and professional development
  • Assistance with administrative case
  • Additional instruction and guidance around case formulation and

 

Qualifications:

 

  • Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field
  • Minimum of three (3) years working with clients applying ABA principles of which at least one (1) of those years involved the management and oversight of other staff persons working directly with clients
  • Must hold an active BCBA certification and be in good standing with the BACB and be willing to become Licensed in the state of MA if licensure has not already been obtained at the time of hire
  • Must have superior organizational and managerial skills and a willingness to work collaboratively with both supervisors and subordinates

Essential Functions

  • Conduct behavioral assessments as appropriate to the client/student. Including but not limited to: Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA), analogue Functional Assessment/Function Analysis (FA), and verbal behavior assessments such as the VB-MAPP.
  • Assessment writing as part of the evaluation
  • Designing interventions that are measurable while incorporating as much research design as
  • Providing consultation and training as assigned, both for existing school teams and internal direct care workers on home and school-based
  • Working with the Assistant Clinical Director/s and/or Clinical Director to provide leadership to teams including Behavioral Instructors and Lead Behavioral
  • Provide SUPPORT training and/or structure a SUPPORT training refresh as assigned or needed for teams they

Additional Duties

 

  • BCBA Consultants will attend all staff
  • BCBA Consultants will participate in online and in person trainings as directed by the Clinical
  • BCBA Consultants will maintain professional certification and licensure with the BACB and state
  • BCBA Consultants will maintain professionalism in all areas of presentation both in person and in written work/correspondence with team members/administrators.
  • BCBA Consultants will communicate issues and concerns regarding cases and progress with the Clinical Director clearly, effectively and in a timely
  • Should a concern be brought to the BCBA Consultant’s attention by a direct staff person (BI or LBI) the BCBA Consultant will bring the issue to the immediate attention of the Clinical Director in person or in
  • The BCBA Consultant will assist the Clinical Director or other member of the Administrative Leadership Team in matters related to billing, contracting, and timesheet management for cases they
  • BCBA Consultants will document work hours on a weekly
  • BCBA Consultants will schedule and organize a monthly team meeting for all cases that they

Physical Demands: The physical requirements here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of all positions.

  • Staff are expected to physically intervene in response to aggressive and self-injurious behavior. This includes but is not limited to protective holds, movements, escorts, blocking and redirecting client movements against the client’s weight (40-250 pounds).
  • Successful completion of SUPPORT training (non-violent self-defense)
  • Including but not limited to: pivoting, kneeling, twisting, shuffling front and backwards, escorting clients, assisting clients to the floor, stabilizing clients in standing, seated, and supine
  • Ability to move quickly and utilize quick body movements as indicated in a client’s Behavior Support Plan to intervene in the course of working with children with challenging
  • Ability to pursue a bolting
  • Must be able to sit on the floor or stand for extended periods of time when supporting clients as indicated in their
  • Must be able to assume and maintain a variety of postures (kneeling, crawling, crouching, sitting, stooping, squatting) for extended periods of time when supporting clients as indicated in their
  • Must be able to receive, comprehend and express detailed information through written and oral communication through computer, electronic devices, paper means and interpersonally with clients, families, and other Tate
  • Must be able to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken or written Those activities in which detailed or important spoken instructions must be conveyed accurately, loudly or quickly.
  • Must be able to perceive the variances of sounds, tones/pitches and able to focus on a single source of auditory information associated with client safety in a variety of
  • Must be able to perceive speech and other environmental sounds at normal loudness
  • Must have clarity of near vision at 20 inches or less and far vision at 20 feet or more with depth perception, peripheral
  • Must be physically present at the assigned job location, which may include clients home, school, and community

Work Environment:

 

  • We serve and support our clients in almost all environments of normal daily life. Most frequently our service takes place in the clients home, however Tate staff may also support clients in school and community settings like doctors offices, religious services, hair salons, restaurants, grocery stores, Occasionally staff may support clients in outdoor environments like walking in the clients’ neighborhood or community, or going to a park or playground.
  • Staff working in a client’s home must be adaptable to a variety of living For instance, some people may have different types of pets, like cats, dogs, fish, or birds. Some homes may not have air conditioning or older styles of heating. Homes may be cluttered and not that clean.
  • Because our clients are supported across a variety of environments, and programs are individually tailored to meet the needs of our clients, scheduled work hours may include daytime and evening hours and
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate but may become loud
  • Employees must understand and accept the possibility of exposure to inside environmental conditions such as communicable diseases, dust or
  • Employees may work with a client who engages in physical/verbal aggression from a
  • Employees may be required to wear Personal Protective Equipment like gloves, respirators, masks, face shields,
  • Employees may be required to assist clients with toileting, eating, hygiene, and behavior reduction programs that may put them in close contact with bodily fluids.
  • Employees are expected to clean and maintain a clean environment, thus are occasionally exposed to disinfectants and cleaning agents that could be
  • Employees also spend a small portion of their time at the Tate office to meet with their supervisors, attend meetings, and do other administrative office tasks, as ‘

 

Work Remotely

 

  • No

Job Type: Full-time

 

Salary: $51,000.00 – $91,000.00 per year Benefits:

  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Parental leave
  • Retirement plan Schedule:
  • Monday to Friday

 

Work Location: Multiple Locations

To apply for this job email your details to jobs@tatebehavioral.com