Are you looking for a rewarding career helping children, families and adults? Are you interested in working for a dynamic organization that is invested in their clients and staff?
Northeast Family Services provides behaviorally based mental health services to children, families and adults. These services are provided in the home, community, and school settings, helping individuals manage behaviors and emotions through individual support, treatment, and a team approach. Our teams work together with our clients and their families to improve functions, manage challenging behaviors and promote positive alternatives for success.
The Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) position involves providing and supervising Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy in both clinical and home-based settings. The BCBA will formulate and implement treatment plans, conduct regular parent trainings and collaborate with team members to ensure effective implementation of the behavior plan.
- Responsible for the completion of behavioral assessments, short and long-term consultations and direct treatment planning
- Confer with members of the direct support staff and other health team members to exchange, discuss, and evaluate client information for planning, modifying, and coordinating treatment plans
- Work with clients, families, caregivers, direct support staff, and the community to implement the client's treatment plan
- Provide parent training, resources and guidance in behavioral interventions and the basics of ABA in order to support the client’s behavior plan.
- Supervise and evaluate the performance of the direct care staff to ensure proper implementation of treatment plan; provide training and guidance as needed
- Function as an active member of the treatment team at meetings and supervisions
- Review direct support staff documentation and data collection; provide feedback as needed
- Complete necessary documenting (i.e. supervision summaries, program updates, overlaps, etc.)
- Collect data for each goal/objective in a treatment plan to determine effectiveness of interventions
- Initiate contact with new referrals and/or referral sources in a timely manner.
- Experience in applied settings developing and implementing behavioral interventions and teaching programs
- Master's Degree or PhD in Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education, Psychology, or related field
- BCBA/BCBA-D credential preferred; BCaBA acceptable under additional supervision
- LABA or LAABA license or eligible for licensing
- Valid driver’s license with reliable and consistent access to a vehicle
- Flexible Schedule
- Health & Dental
- Paid vacation & sick time
- 10 paid holidays
- 401k retirement plan
- Tuition Assistance
- Company provided laptop and cell phone
- Auburn, Worcester, Sutton, Westborough, Framingham, etc.
- Salary or Fee for Service ($55 - $65 hourly)