Key Essentials to Behavior Management
 

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At Key Essentials, we will recruit and hire a variety of positions within our organizational chart. Positions requiring direct contact with consumers will pass and present a background check and health screening.  These items are required prior to hire and orientation.

 JOB DUTIES:

Clinical Director

Qualifications

●       Master’s degree in Psychology or related field

●       Must be a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst

●       Must have 5 years’ experience in design and implementation of Behavioral intervention services

●       Must have at least 3 years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Duties and Responsibilities

●       Clinical oversight of ABA programming

●       Initial functional behavior assessment to identify target behaviors and the environmental factors influencing each behavior, and intervention plans that identify environmental modifications and systematic skill instruction to produce socially significant improvements in behavior through skill acquisition, resulting in a decrease in the use of ‘target’ behaviors   

●       Administers, evaluates, supervises, and develops reports for all initial and final assessments for consumers

●       Ensures quality of service

●       Provide ongoing consultation with Program Manager and Behavioral Interventionist I & II as needed

●       Provides initial and ongoing training of Behavioral Interventionist I&II

●       Oversees the clinical team of specified consumer

●       Conduct ongoing trainings, in-services, professional development sessions, and any other general meetings as needed.

The BCBA Supervisor consults, provides training to caregivers, conducts behavioral evaluations of clients and designs behavior and individual support plans for clients.The BCBA Supervisor is required to adhere to the Behavior Analyst Certification Board Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts.    -Masters Degree.

Behavior Interventionist II

Bachelor’s/Master’s level staff

Qualifications

·         A Bachelor’s degree and twelve semester units in ABA and one year of experience in designing and/or implementing behavior modification intervention services

·         OR a Bachelor’s degree and two years of experience in designing and/or implementing behavior modification intervention services

  • OR Master’s degree in Psychology or related field and twelve semester units in ABA and one year of experience in designing and/or implementing behavior modification intervention services

·         OR is either a registered psychological assistant and/or Associate LCSW. 

Duties and Responsibilities

●       Develop interventions on positive practices in ABA

●       Work with consumers and family in a 1:1 setting

●       Provided ongoing training to families on implementation of behavior strategies and principles of ABA and other various modalities

●       Develop goals in communication, functional living skills, social skills, self-help skills, caregiver training, play and recreational skills with the assistance of the Program Manager.

●       Provide caregiver consultation as needed and meet with caregivers throughout the month.

●       Facilitate clinical team meeting to review consumer progress on a monthly basis.

●       Ensure the safety and well-being of consumers

●       Implement and provide therapy sessions to consumers utilizing behavior analytic principles

●       Review and graph data for progress reports in collaboration with Program Manager.

●       Attend monthly clinical team meetings with Program Manager.

●       Attend and participate in ongoing trainings and other meetings scheduled

●       Evaluate performances of behavior interventionist

●       Schedule interventionist therapy hours.

 

Behavior interventionist I

High school diploma/RBT

Qualifications

●       High School Diploma or the equivalent or (2) Possesses an Associate’s Degree in either a human, social, or educational services discipline, or a degree or certification related to behavior management, from an accredited community college or educational institution

●       30 hours of competency-based training designed by a certified behavior analyst

●       Six months’ experience working with persons with developmental disabilities

Duties and Responsibilities

●       Work with consumers and family in a 1:1 setting

●       Build relationships with consumer and family

●       Implement behavior plan and intervention strategies

●       Target goals as directed by the Behavior Interventionist II and Program Manager

●       Collect data on the consumer behaviors and goals as directed by the Behavior Interventionist II and Program Manager

●       Work with parents on teaching goals and objectives

●       Collaborate with clinical team during team meetings

●       Attend and participate in ongoing training and other meetings as scheduled

Behavioral interventionists observe and interact with individuals, groups and communities to assist with the healthy functioning of the people in that setting. These professionals focus on specific behaviors that disrupt, exclude or otherwise negatively impact the person or group. Schools, public and private health agencies, workplaces and counseling centers employ practitioners who engage in behavioral interventions. Because behavior intervention is aimed at modifying negative behaviors through treatment plans, such interventions often rely on families, schools or other support systems to assist with monitoring, implementation and adjustment.

-HS Diploma/Bachelors Degree/Masters Degree

 

Program Manager/Supervisors

BCBA and Master’s level staff

Qualifications

●       Master’s degree in Psychology or related field

●       Must be a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst

●       Must have 3 years’ experience in design and implementation of Behavioral intervention services

●       Must have at least 2 years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Duties and Responsibilities

●       Conduct, write, review and maintain FBA’s and BIP’s

○    Initial functional behavior assessment to identify target behaviors and the environmental factors influencing each behavior, and intervention plans that identify environmental modifications and systematic skill instruction to produce socially significant improvements in behavior through skill acquisition, resulting in a decrease in the use of ‘target’ behaviors   

●       Provide ongoing consultation with behavior interventionist

●       Meet with Clinical Director on a monthly basis

●       Provide field supervision of each behavior interventionist

●       Train behavior interventionist I &II (new hire orientation) on principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) and other various modalities

●       Participate in clinical meeting to review consumer progress

●       Develop and train data collection procedures

●       Develop and train on programming for each consumer

●       Attend and participate in ongoing trainings and other meetings scheduled

●       Evaluate performances of behavior interventionist

●       Ensure the safety and well-being of consumers

As a Behavior Supervisor, you would serve as a member of the clinical team, and under the leadership of a BCBA, you will provide support, guidance, direction and supervision to Behavioral Therapists (Direct Service Staff). You will be required to provide supervision and direct contact services to individual clients and monitor staff under the direction and collaboration with a BCBA to implement the most effective treatment for clients. You must hold a Master’s Degree and able to draft reports, assist with conducting assessments, and supervise Behavioral Therapists.

 

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