Behavioral Analyst ABA
NET Centers Philadelphia, PA
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
A full time LICENSED BEHAVIORAL Analyst ABA (LBA-ABA) provides mental health services to children/adolescents with serious mental health disturbances in the home, school, or community, in order to sustain placement in the natural environment. They will collaborate with other BHRS/IBHS team members (i.e. TSS/BHT, MT, other clinical and administrative staff), as well as parents and teachers in the child’s community context. The LBA formulates individualized treatment plans, including a variety of individualized behavioral interventions, to address the areas of need identified in clients’ bio-psycho-social evaluations. The LBA provides consultation to TSS/BHT, MT, and other involved adults in the planning, design, and implementation of the treatment plan. Clinicians will have a rotating case load consisting of cases that need immediate attention and support as well as new cases in programs.
Experience and training working with children with Autism and their families
Licensed Clinician (LPC, LMFT, LCSW, LSW, LBS, CRNP or a professional whose scope of practice includes ABA)
Master’s Degree from an accredited university in an appropriate clinical mental health discipline
Preferred experience in Verbal Behavior Techniques, PRT and DTT
Preferred experience and training in Functional Behavioral Assessment and VB-MAPP
Must have or willing to complete verification of the following clearances within the last 12 months:
PA Child Abuse
PA State Criminal
If you have not residing in the state of PA for the past 5 years, you will be required to provide a Child Abuse clearance from your state of residence in addition to a PA Child Abuse clearance.
Current CPR First Aid certification preferred
TB test required
Health Assessment within the last 12 months required
ESSENTIAL POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: (and other duties as assigned)
The LBA-ABA will work in collaboration with other providers to develop and implement a behavioral modification plan utilizing strengths-based and empathic methods
LBA-ABA will implement empirically supported treatments for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
LBA-ABA will be involved in providing ongoing feedback regarding the continued need for such services, as a least restrictive level of care.
The LBA-ABA will provide a minimum of 28 billable client hours per week.
Services are provided in schools, home and other community settings.
School-based, community Home-based, working environment.
40 hours per week. A flexible schedule will be required to meet the needs of client families. On call coverage is also required on a rotational basis.
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