Autism Behavioral Therapist (Greater Inland Empire Area)
Job Description: Full-time or part-time positions are available for energetic, creative, and detail-oriented applicants who will provide in-home behavior intervention services to children with autism and their families using the principles and practices of applied behavior analysis.
The Therapists will be responsible for providing in-home services to children with developmental disabilities, under the management of the Clinical Supervisor and Program Director. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
-Provide behavior management, Discrete Trial Training, floor time, social skills, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) strategies and parent education to families with development disabilities. Each session will last 2-3 hours, depending on each family's needs. Therapists will follow through with the appropriate services determined by the Clinical Supervisor.
-Collect data and complete program checklist and calculating the correct statistics based on data collected throughout each session.
-Indicate a need to check for mastery and introduction of new programs into the program list to the Clinical Supervisor on each individual case.
-Write monthly summaries to include the graph of data collected within that month (and previous months, if applicable).
-Attend family clinic meetings, as directed by the Clinical Supervisor on each individual case
-Conduct weekly debriefs with Clinical Supervisor
-Attend quarterly staff meetings and professional development meetings
-Report any incidents and communication from parents to the Clinical Supervisor
-Contact the Clinical Supervisor and family at least 24 hours prior to missing a session. The missed session must be rescheduled for another time during the same month
-Attend to other duties assigned and/or approved by the Clinical Supervisor and Program Director
-Follow ethical standards regarding behavioral modification
-Be familiar with each consumer's positive support plan and Behavior Intervention Agreement
-Be familiar with the facility's program design
-Promote and advocate for consumer's rights
-Maintain telephone contact and a reliable method to record scheduled appointments and return phone calls within 24 hours
-Maintain reliable transportation and current liability insurance for the vehicle
-Stand, sit twist, kneel, bend-over, crouch down, walk, & sit/play on the floor for extended periods of time as well as lift, push, and pull up to 40lbs without assistance from another adult
Paid trainings and ongoing, onsite training by board certified behavior analysts (BCBAs) will sharpen your skills and prepare you for potential growth opportunities.
Pay will vary depending upon experience in the field.
-Bachelor's degree in applied behavior analysis, education, psychology, sociology, child development or a related field.
-Valid California driver's license and car insurance is required for driving to the homes of the families you will serve.
-Livescan Fingerprinting Clearance
-Negative TB Test Results
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