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Licensed Behavior Analyst - Classroom Behavior Analyst

Presencial
El trabajo se debe realizar en o cerca de Seattle, WA
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Publicado hace 1 día

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Flexibilidad
A Tiempo Completo
Fecha de inicio
19 de agosto de 2024
Educación
Maestría/Máster
Nivel de Experiencia
Mando intermedio
Salario
Al menos USD $80.000 / año

Descripción

Job Summary:  

LBAs support the clinical development of APL students through the creation and oversite of individualized, family-centered, strengths-based treatment plans, and measurement of progress toward established goals. LBAS work across the APL community in grades K - 12 providing clinical training and task supervision for classroom behavior technicians, collaboratively teaching students directly, and participating in clinical department and classroom team meetings. LBAs also collaborate across internal and external team members in regular coordination of care meetings to ensure that services are delivered effectively across the school environment and in alignment with all clinic policies and procedures.  

Responsibilities: 

  • Support robust, individualized, evidence based and data-driven ABA therapy services for clients 
  • Write robust, individualized, and data-driven ABA therapy plans for students that increase the necessary skills to access their education 
  • Develop individualized treatment plans in accordance with agency policies and funder requirements 
  • Prepare and update associated program materials (including program descriptions, data collection materials, data recording and analysis measures, program implementation materials, visual supports, etc.) 
  • Provide direct therapy to clients without behavior technicians to support acquisition of self-management, executive functioning, and social skills 
  • Provide group ABA therapy on targeted social skills   
  • Provide behavior technician case support and supervision at a ratio established with and approved by the Lead BCBA 
  • Complete quarterly treatment plan progress reports in compliance with all state, funding source and clinic guidelines 
  • Maintain up to date client files in electronic health record, complete session documentation in a timely manner and in accordance with agency standards 
  • Conduct Functional Behavior Assessments/Analyses (FBAs) and develop Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs) as needed 
  • Help build and maintain systems to ensure clinical team compliance with individualized treatment plan, progress report, behavior intervention plan, and other clinical documentation creation and continuous updates 
  • Conceptualize case management and long-term goal creation in alignment with APL’s outcomes measures and commitment to quality-of-life metrics. 
  • Understand details of funding source requirements and monitor plans for appropriateness and regulations per individual funding source 
  • Self-monitor all KPIs and report data weekly to the Lead BCBA 
  • Engage families as partners in their child’s treatment process 
  • Conduct regularly scheduled parent care coordination sessions on their child’s progress 
  • Maintain regular communication with parents and caregivers while maintaining compliance with HIPAA 
  • Communicate and collaborate with family’s other service providers to ensure coordination of care across settings 
  • Act as the direct manager of CBTs 
  • Provide consistent, timely feedback to CBTs on all areas of their professional development and performance  
  • Complete competency assessments on a regular basis under the direction of the Lead BCBA 
  • Assist CBTs in maintaining current licensure  
  • Assist clinic admin staff in the maintenance of schedules and billable hours in practice management software 
  • Collaborate with the APL team to support the overall operations and success of both the clinic and academic departments 
  • Participate in all school related trainings and meetings 
  • Understand and follow all APL policies and procedures  
  • Prepare and lead trainings on various ABA topics in collaboration with the Lead BCBA 
  • Engage in continuous professional development via identifying personal clinical interests and becoming “subject level experts” on that topic 
  • Demonstrate a positive attitude and actions in interactions with all APL students, staff, and families; communicate appropriately and always maintain a supportive and professional relationship. 
  • Embrace a culture of feedback that supports student and staff growth and progress


Job Summary:  

LBAs support the clinical development of APL students through the creation and oversite of individualized, family-centered, strengths-based treatment plans, and measurement of progress toward established goals. LBAS work…

Compensación

Health, vision, dental insurance

Generous PTO policy (5 weeks per year)

401K

No travel

Health, vision, dental insurance

Generous PTO policy (5 weeks per year)

401K

No travel

Nivel de Idiomas

Must be comfortable and fluent in English, both spoken and written.

Must be comfortable and fluent in English, both spoken and written.

Ubicación

Presencial
Seattle, WA, USA

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Instrucciones:

Interested parties should apply here with the required documents. Questions? Email hr@aplschool.org

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