Position Type: DIRECT HIRE
Salary: $85k – $100k
Our client offers people with intellectual and developmental disabilities a comprehensive range of services across all ages. They empower people with disabilities to reach their goals every day. This position is centered in one residential home with a maximum of four supported individuals. This gives the rewarding opportunity to give the people you support concentrated, life-affirming care and involves a great deal of clinical collaboration and teamwork in its delivery. Work at 1 location, no driving around.
This position involves overseeing the clinical functions of a Community Crisis Home (CCH) and/or Enhanced Behavior Support Home (EBSHThe Clinical Supervisor assists the BCBA Director with education and trainings of the home. They will interface with the Residential Director, Program Administrator, Regional Center staff, Department of Developmental Services, and a Quality Assurance Specialist to ensure the needs of the individuals at the agency. They are also responsible for ensuring that all data is collected, and the work performed by the RBTs and Lead RBTs meets agency standards.
- Oversee the implementation of the IBSP (Individual Behavior Support Plan) and collaborate with the Administrator.
- Provide direct supervision to the RBTs and Lead RBTs per BACB guidelines.
- Model an approach that emphasizes positive behavior supports, person centered practices and trauma-informed care.
- Utilize best practices when conducting FBAs and developing IBSPs.
- Employ an array of empirically validated teaching strategies; modeling, incidental teaching, task analysis, chaining, and activity-embedded instructions.
- Incorporate a variety of techniques to help with skill building, prompting, errorless teaching, maximizing learning opportunities, effective reinforcement, preference assessment and choice procedures.
- Collaborate with the BCBA Director and clinical team to ensure the clinical needs of the home are being addressed. • Assume the clinical responsibilities of the Lead RBT in their absence.
- Attend outside conferences and trainings to increase knowledge base to provide a resource to the agency/department.
- Interface with RN’s and other outside consultants to coordinate trainings and to provide the opportunity for joint meetings when appropriate.
- Minimum two years’ prior experience in designing, supervision and implementing behavior modification services.
- Must be: 1) BCBA, or 2) BCaBA, or 3) LCSW, or 4) LMFT, or 5) Psychologist licensed by the California Board of Psychology or 6) A professional with a California licensure, which permits the design of behavior modification intervention services.
- 8-hour Supervisor Training (providing RBT supervision)
- Good standing and active with the BACB