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Employee/Contractor ApplicationAt B.E.L.I.E.F. ECLECTIC we are dedicated to implementing a culturally inclusive approach to mental health services, particularly serving individuals with autism. Equally, we are committed to training students and community liaisons as well as using clinically proven methods to decrease stigma and shift societal beliefs about individuals with Autism in countries around the world through applied behavior analysis (ABA).
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We are currently hiring qualified practitioners that share our vision and commitment to mental health for the following positions:
Registered BEHAVIORAL TECHNICIAN (RBT)
Registered BEHAVIORAL TECHNICIAN (RBT)
Provides 1:1 behavioral intervention services to children with special needs and support to their families. Behavior Technicians are responsible for implementing Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) based programs as directed by the Board-Certified Behavior Analyst/Case Supervisor.
- High School Diploma
- Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT) or desire to work toward receiving you RBT
- Two (2) years’ experience, preferred.
- Current CPR certification
- Pass a background and drug screen
- Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation (mileage will be reimbursed).
- Must be able to sit on the floor, kneel, run around, squat, and lift materials.
- Acceptance of philosophy and goals of the Open Door Living Association, Inc-BELIEF Eclectic Learning
- Completes a BACB® approved RBT course and keeps registration to the BACB® current.
- Assists the BCBA in implementing behavioral programming in a 1:1 setting.
- Collects data on all programming and writes progress notes.
- Advises and consults with the family and other agency personnel.
- Participates in in-service programs and presents in-service programs as assigned.
- Understands and adheres to established policies and procedures.
- Participates with all other health care personnel in patient care planning.
- Directs and supervises assistant personnel (RBT, Behavior Technician) as required.
- With the BCBA, instructs patients and family/significant others on in-home programs and protocols.
- Attends all staff meetings and patient care conferences as scheduled.
- Inform patient/family about the in-home program and how documentation will be recorded and utilized
- Maintains confidentiality and safeguards all patient-related information.
- Reports any patient incidents/variances or complaints to BCBA/ Therapy Supervisor.
- Adheres to ODLA standards and consistently interprets and accurately performs all assigned responsibilities.
- Maintains acceptable attendance status, per ODLA policy.
- Reports all incomplete work assignments to BCBA/ Therapy Supervisor.
- Appearance is always within ODLA standards; clean and well groomed.
- Demonstrates effective time management skills through daily documentation within 24 hours.
- Maintains a clean and neat work environment.
- Demonstrates sound judgment, critical thinking, and decision-making skills.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Must be able to assume a variety of postures (kneeling, squatting, crouching, sitting, standing, etc.) in the course of working with children with developmental disabilities and behavior problems.
- Must be able to lift and carry clients in braces and other adaptive equipment.
- Must be able to transport patients and utilize behavioral management skills per training protocol.
- Must be able to work in a highly stressful environment while maintaining a calm demeanor throughout daily interactions with patients, staff, parents, and visitors.
- Must have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned.
- Must have manual dexterity sufficient to perform various keyboard functions.
- Must be physically present at the assigned job site.
BCBA CLINICAL SUPERVISOR
BCBA CLINICAL SUPERVISOR
Provide billable on-site and off-site outpatient behavioral psychology services to children with developmental disabilities, skill deficits, and behavior problems. Provide additional support to the families of children served. Specifically, provide assessment and treatment services based on principles of applied behavior analysis to reduce child problem behavior and increase adaptive skills. Provide parent, teacher, and staff training, and monitor effectiveness and implementation of behavioral protocols in community settings, including home and school programs. The Senior Clinical Supervisor is involved with the recruitment, training, and supervision of Clinical Specialists and Behavior Therapists. The Senior Clinical Supervisor assists in the quality assurance review of written assessments and the implementation of behavioral interventions; completes and submits required reports. The in-depth experience and education of the Senior Clinical Supervisor prepare them well to work on extremely difficult and complicated cases involving serious behavior problems. Work assignments require significant amounts of one-on-one interactions with behavior analysts, administrators, community providers and/or clients receiving services (e.g., children and caregivers). As a result, the ability to communicate with diverse audiences is necessary.
- Master’s Degree in Psychology, Child Development, Special Education, Applied Behavioral Analysis, or related program.
- BCBA Certification (A MUST).
- Experience designing and implementing ABA programs across a variety of teaching techniques (e.g., DTT, NET), chronological ages, and developmental levels
- Willingness and enthusiasm to learn more about how family dynamics, cultural diversity, and the grieving process affect ABA treatment.
- Willingness to collaborate across disciplines and specialties (e.g., medical and school teams, Speech, Occupational, Physical Therapies) for the purposes of coordination and continuity of care.
- Adherence to ethical standards in HIPPA and BCBA code of ethics.
- Motivated to lead by example, supervise, and train Behavior Technicians
- Complete technically sound progress reports and program management in a timely manner.
- Valid driver’s license and a reliable form of insured transportation (driving is required with mileage reimbursement included).
- Must be able to sit on the floor, kneel, run around, squat, and lift materials
- Pass a background check and drug screen.
- Directs the development of individual assessment and treatment plans. Conceptualize assessment and treatment plans and contribute during daily sessions to the overall development of the case.
- When assigned, provides BCBA supervision experience hours by following the BACB® approved duties/responsibilities to his/her clinical supervisee(s):
- Direct implementation of behavior protocols and programs.
- Conducting assessments related to the need for behavioral intervention (e.g., stimulus preference assessment, functional assessment, staff performance assessment).
- Designing, implementing, and systematically monitoring skill- acquisition and behavior-reduction programs.
- Overseeing the implementation of behavior-analytic programs by others.
- Training, designing behavioral systems, and performance management.
- Other activities normally performed by a behavior analyst that are directly related to behavior analysis such as attending planning meetings regarding the behavior analytic program, researching the literature related to the program, and talking to individuals about the program.
- Obtains appropriate documentation for BACB® supervision, adheres to BACB® guidelines for supervision, and fulfills contractual responsibilities as outlined in supervision contracts with supervisees.
- Provide weekly updates about staff performance at performance review meetings.
- Caregiver training – Provides training for parents, teachers and/or staff; ensures protocols/programs are carried out correctly. Provides diplomatic and appropriate corrective feedback. Demonstrates sensitivity to parent concerns. Provides timely updates to supervisory staff.
- Recruits, hire, trains, supervises and monitors the activities of Behavior Therapists and Clinical Specialists including oversight of the following: caregiver training, completion of behavioral assessments, development, and implementation of behavioral programs, data collection, and other related services.
- Accompany supervisees on field site visits. Skill strengths and deficits shall be identified, and additional training shall be provided to enhance the abilities of supervisees.
- Interdisciplinary skills – Initiates and maintains contact with other professionals from outside agencies (schools, physicians). Incorporates feedback from other professionals into assessment and treatment plan. Provides timely training to other professionals.
- Data Management – Develops data collection system for parents, teachers and/or staff. Obtains follow-up data in a timely manner. Maintains up-to-date graphs. Organizes and presents data in ways to facilitate interpretation.
- Documentation – Timely and thorough completion of evaluation reports, progress notes, and correspondence.
- Problem-solving – Anticipates problems and develops alternative strategies for solving problems. Generates solutions independently and in conjunction with the case manager or department supervisor.
- Demonstrates the ability to appropriately aid the needs of children and adolescents with or without a developmental disability, and their families.
- Attends ongoing training and supervision with supervisors on an as needed basis.
- Communicates courteously and professionally with families, staff, and community providers.
- Maintains familiarity with Michigan state laws, and the laws and ethical guidelines defined by the credentialing boards with respect to patient confidentiality, conflicting interests, reporting of abuse, and patient termination.
- Acceptance and use of supervision – benefit from supervision sessions as evidenced by carrying out plans of action, asking questions, participating in discussion, seeking feedback about performance and progress of cases, seeking out supervision as needed, accepting positive and corrective feedback.
- Clinical duties as indicated for specific projects – takes responsibility for and contributes to individual projects above and beyond those responsibilities related to day-to-day activities.
- Indicates key areas of responsibility, major job duties, special projects and key objectives for this position. These items should be evaluated throughout the year and included in the written annual evaluation.
- Public presentation – Alters presentation according to the audience. Conceptualizes information and succinctly summarize for the audience. Answers questions relating to the conceptualization of case (e.g., methodology) or practical issues.
- Billable Hours:
- Tier 1: at least 22 billable hours weekly
- Tier 2: at least 30 billable hours weekly
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