ResCare Community Living
Under the general supervision of the Director of Behavior Analytics, the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) delivers Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to adults and children with intellectual/developmental disabilities and related disorders in a variety of settings. The BCBA assesses the needs of the person supported and assures smooth and effective implementation of services needed. A BCBA also may supervise the work of one or more Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) or Behavior Technicians (BT). The BCBA carries an assigned caseload and delivers services singly or as part of a team. Such services may be delivered in-office, in-home and/or in community based sites. Responsible for data collection process as well as conducting Functional Behavior Assessments, Functional Behavior Analysis and Positive Behavior Support plans. Work is performed independently in accordance with licensure and certification.
• Coordinates and implements behavior intervention and service plans with treatment goals and objectives that are mutually developed by the family and clinical team;
• Teaches parenting skills in various community and home settings;
• Assumes advocacy and liaison roles between agency (e.g., DDD) and person supported, or between person supported and school/medical and clinical staff/caregiving team;
• Provides consultation to families, Behavior Intervention team and to other staff;
• Provides coaching and staff development to Behavior Intervention team members;
• Implements behavior plans;
• Assists persons supported and families with system navigation and may make community referrals as appropriate;
• Conducts Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA’s), Functional Behavior Analysis, develops Positive Support plans and treatment plans;
• Responsible for reviewing and approving treatment plans and Positive Behavior Support plans written by other team members;
• Responsible for presenting FBA’s and Support Plans in meetings and for providing assistance with implementation in accordance with the stated recommendations;
• Tracks clinical outcomes, evaluates the effectiveness of behavior plans and makes positive improvements to the plans as needed;
• Responsible for understanding and reviewing the data collection process of the assigned program(s);
• Completes all mandatory paperwork in a timely manner;
• Meets all required productivity goals and standards;
• May lead team meetings and supervise the work of RBT’s, BT’s and BCaBA as assigned;
• May supervise staff with full Human Resources authority, including recruiting; training; assigning tasks, responsibilities and monitoring work performance; recommending salary actions; coaching/counseling employees; and recommending corrective action, including termination;
• Demonstrates professionalism, integrity and ethical provision of services;
• Forms collaborative working relationships with direct support staff in residential settings;
• Completes all assigned training in a timely and consistent manner, and shows openness and ability to maintain and enhance professional growth;
• Prioritizes goals and duties, and manages time effectively;
• Remains flexible and able to manage ever-changing needs of the persons supported;
• Performs other duties as assigned.
• Master’s degree in Psychology, Counseling or related field.
• Current licensure as an Independently Licensed BCBA with the Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners and current certification as a BCBA from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board and in good standing.
• Proof of or willingness to obtain current TB test and CPR/First Aid.
• Must meet Company criteria for a Behavioral Health Technician.
• Must successfully clear all Company-required background checks;
• Ability to obtain and successfully maintain a State of Arizona Level 1 Fingerprint Clearance card, or equivalent for state where position is based.
• Must possess a valid Arizona Class D driver’s license, or equivalent for state where position is based, and reliable transportation.
• Must be insurable under Company Fleet policy.
• Must maintain acceptable personal automobile insurance coverage.
• Bilingual-Spanish/English a plus.
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