Reports to: Regional Director
Role: Design and supervise the implementation of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment programs to children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
· To conduct assessments and develop individualized treatment plans
· To oversee development of an effective protocol implementation plan
· To mentor team members in matters concerning program implementation
· To set guidelines for development of parent’s program implementation skills
· To review and/or author proficient quantitative and qualitative clinical reports
· To review and lead in the development of treatment plan goals
· To write and attend reviews of staff performance and progress · To present BT certification continuing education workshops
· To review and lead in the development of behavior support plans and ensure proper implementation
· To ensure that all treatment plans are updated in a timely manner
· To ensure that parents are acquiring skills necessary for program continuity
· To attend staff meetings when scheduled and BIA events (may occur outside of business hours)
· To provide supervision to all staff, including BCAT, and those attaining a license
· To schedule self & BIA staff to meet a program’s authorized treatment hours
· To ensure self & BIA staff are providing clinical documentation of all treatment hours
· To ensure Ethical, HIPAA and Safety guidelines are followed by all staff including maintaining all electronic files
· To ensure that appropriate licensing and ethical guidelines are followed by all staff (e.g., BACB professional and ethical compliance code rev 1.2016)
· Must possess exemplary knowledge of BIA’s program and philosophies.
· Manages all aspects of program implementation and activities.
· Presents BIA in a professional, positive, and collaborative nature within the organization and in the community.
· Perpetuates and maintains a climate of mutual respect, open communication, and positive interactions with all whom you interact with (staff, families, and outside professionals).
Decision Rights · Able to alter all aspects of ABA programs within their caseload, is supervised by a regional director.
· Develop a rapport with each family, child, and co-worker
· Be proactive in dealing with all matters of business and programs
· Suggests systems for improving BIA’s processes
· Continues knowledge of evidence-based autism treatments
· BCBA Certification Required
· Master’s degree from accredited college or university
· Valid driver’s license, clear background check, and negative TB test
BIA's mission is to significantly improve the lives of children diagnosed with Autism by providing innovative and individualized treatment.
BIA is a recognized leader within the community for intervention and support of young children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs), which include Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, and PDD-NOS (Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified).