Applied Behavior Analyst - The Board Certified Behavior Analyst will provide intensive treatment for children, adolescents, and adults, who primarily have an Autism Spectrum Disorder. He/she will provide supervision to Behavior Technicians and 1:1 behavioral intervention programs to clients, in addition to developing programs, behavior intervention plans, and monitoring their caseload. We are seeking a skilled, experienced professional to work full time utilizing this modality.
- Master’s degree in applied behavior analysis.
- Holds active status as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
- In-depth knowledge of and thorough adherence to applicable ethical codes.
- Knowledge of appropriate referral procedures.
- Excellent verbal and report writing skills.
- Calm, empathic, and patient.
- The ability to remain composed and adherent to best practices, even when under duress.
- Conducting initial consultations with the client, where you may perform diagnostic assessments.
- Meeting with families, educators, and other collateral to obtain better insight into clients' presenting concerns, as needed.
- Conducting naturalistic observation of clients within individual and group settings.
- Creating simulated conditions, where you will observe the behavior of each client.