Assistant Clinical Director (BCBA)
We are currently seeking an Assistant Clinical Director to join our growing team! The Assistant Clinical Director (ACD) will support our current Clinical Directors and work closely with all members of our clinical team. The Assistant Clinical Director helps to grow and advance the agency in line with the agency’s mission. S/he acts in accordance with the highest professional, ethical, and clinical standards. The Assistant Clinical Director is responsible for supporting the provisions (quality and quantity) of day to day clinical operations. To meet this end, the Assistant Clinical Director supervises Senior Behavior Therapists and full-time Behavior Therapists, as well supports the supervision of Behavior Analysts, ensuring that they are performing their jobs in accordance with guidelines set forth by ABACS, LLC, the BACB® and other pertinent regulatory bodies. S/he is responsible for helping to implement and enforce agency-wide policies, protocols, and related documentation for the provision of high quality behavior analytic services. The Assistant Clinical Director is also responsible for supervising behavior analytic programs for a limited number of clients with autism spectrum disorders as well as other developmental or behavioral disorders. Supervision includes, but is not limited to, assessment, treatment selection/development, treatment evaluation, and staff and consultee training. The behavior analyst will practice in an effective, efficient, ethical, and socially valid manner, and will treat the safety of clients and others involved in each case as a top priority. Services may be delivered in home, school, or center-based settings (but primarily in home).
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
- Ph.D. in behavior analysis or applied behavior analysis preferred, but candidates who holds a Masters degree in behavior analysis or applied behavior analysis will be considered, with those actively enrolled in a Ph.D. program in behavior analysis or applied behavior analysis very strongly considered
- Active status as Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®, with preference for BCBA-D®)
- Current licensure in Massachusetts (must be obtained prior to start date if the applicant holds a BCBA but is not licensed at the time of job offer)
- 4+ years working with individuals diagnosed with ASD and other developmental disabilities
- 2+ years supervisory experience for ABA programs with individuals diagnosed with ASD as well as with other behavioral and developmental needs. In this capacity, the candidate will have a demonstrated repertoire in the competencies outlined in the job description, including, but not limited to developing behavior analytic protocols for assessment (including functional analysis and other experimental analyses), and treatment (i.e. DTT, NET, TAs, and other procedures for behavioral acceleration and deceleration)
- Demonstrated repertoire of actively referencing research
- Demonstrated repertoire of employing experimental designs as part of regular case management
- Demonstrated administrative management experience
- Proficiency with Microsoft office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
- Independent and fast learner with computers and software in general
- Exceptional professional, interpersonal, and communication skills (written and vocal)
- Highly organized, and demonstrated introductory management skills
- Effective supervisor
- Works effectively as part of a team
- Reliable, positive, enthusiastic, flexible, hard workingMust have regular access to a reliable vehicle
- Background check required
The position is full time. We offer a competitive salary and benefits, and strongly support professional development.