Come work for a small, close-knit agency that values their employees.
We are currently seeking Tutors, Lead Managers, and Program Directors for home-based programs working with children diagnosed with ASD in the East Bay and South Bay.
At Analytical Behavioral Consultants (ABC), we are passionate about serving children, families and professionals in the implementation of research-proven support systems for children who struggle with learning, language and behavior. In turn, our mission is to provide the highest quality behavior analytic services, based on the most current research in both Verbal Behavior (VB) and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), to learners with Developmental Delays.
We are seeking Program Directors (preferably BCBAs) to work throughout the East and South Bay. The position requires supervision of our Home Programs and assessment/training for clients and staff members. This position requires a significant amount of specialized training, experience and education in Applied Behavior Analysis and with Autism Spectrum Disorders; others need not apply. The Program Director assesses, designs, and oversees programs for individuals in their homes and educational settings. The Program Director is responsible for development and oversight of the program and treatment plan to ensure they are maximally effective. Each Program Director works collaboratively with a team of BCBAs.
Highly Competitive Salary, (75K starting salary for BCBA; Non-BCBA salary ranges from $60 to $80/per hour or $50K to $70K per year, dependent upon monthly billable hours, experience, and education)
Access to company materials for work performed in both field and office settings
Flexible schedule (most days only require 4-6 hours of work)
Mileage and travel reimbursement
Opportunities for Professional Development
Opportunities to collaborate with other BCBAs
BCBA supervision available for non-BCBAs completing coursework and/or Clinical Supervision
Ongoing training for all staff and opportunities for career growth
An opportunity to work for a small, close-knit agency where you will be appreciated and valued
- As a Program Director/Board Certified Behavior Analyst, you must have the necessary education, skills and experience in Education, Human Services, Social Services, and/or Mental Health for this position. OTHERS NEED NOT APPLY.
- Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Special Education, or related field required (Board Certified Behavior Analyst -BCBA strongly preferred)
- Experience in evaluation and treatment of children with serious behavioral problems and spectrum disorder preferred; experience working with adults a plus.
- Experience mentoring and supervising program staff.
- Valid California driver's license and reliable transportation required.
- Strong analytical skills and ability to work independently.
We are also seeking Lead Managers throughout the East and South Bay. The Lead Manager helps the Program director to assess, design, and oversee programs for individuals in their homes and educational settings. The Lead Manager is responsible to aid in the development and clinical oversight of the program, to make materials as needed, and to ensure staff members are maximally effective. Each clinical staff member works collaboratively with a team consisting of numerous BCBAs and/or Master’s in ABA and will receive ongoing supervision from the Executive Directors.
- Complete all assigned billable hours each month.
- Schedule billable hours, at least each week, and attend and be on time for all scheduled sessions during the arranged times.
- Ensure the accurate and consistent collection of data pertaining to student progress and current rates of behavior.
- Proficiently use current, appropriate, empirically validated tactics based on the study of human behavior and
Applied Behavior Analysis to reduce problematic behavior and teach new skills.
- Use data to prescribe, develop, and oversee the implementation of protocols designed to teach new skills and reduce
- Supervise and provide ongoing training for staff members (Tutors).
- Make Program Materials as needed and instructed.
- Maintain accurate time sheets and to turn them in on the last day of the month.
- Maintain strictly professional relationships with clients.
- Participate in weekly or bimonthly clinical supervision by the Executive Director(s) and be able to discuss and demonstrate
student progress for each client served.
- Attend monthly staff trainings when requested.
- College and/or significant experience in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Special Education, or related
field required (Board Certified Behavior Analyst -BCBA strongly preferred)
- Experience in evaluation and treatment of children with serious behavioral problems and spectrum disorder
preferred; experience working with adults a plus.
- Experience mentoring and supervising program staff
- Valid California driver's license and reliable transportation.
- Strong analytical skills and ability to work independently.
- Reliable transportation (All work is done in children's homes. Travel is essential.)
- No past criminal history and must pass a background check.
- Basic computer skills.
- Be professional, organized, punctual, caring and patient.
- BILINGUAL. SPANISH-SPEAKING IS HIGHLY DESIRABLE
We are also seeking Tutors throughout the East and South Bay. Tutors implement 1:1 behavioral intervention programs to children in their homes and community settings. Responsibilities include the accurate and consistent implementation of protocols, data collection, and record keeping pertaining to time sheets. Tutors receive clinical supervision from a Lead Manager and Program Director regarding client progress and treatment recommendations.
Some experience with Applied Behavior Analysis and working with children with ASD.
A minimum of some college credits in Psychology, Behavior Analysis, Education or a related Human Services field (Bachelor's degree in psychology, education or a related field is highly preferred.) Availability between 1:00 to 8:30 pm, Monday through Friday (Ideal candidates will be available roughly 10-30 hours per week, but we will work around any qualified candidate's particular scheduling needs.)
Reliable transportation (All work is done in children's homes. Travel is essential).
No past criminal history and must pass a background check.
Basic computer skills.
Be professional, organized, punctual, caring and patient.
BILINGUAL. SPANISH-SPEAKING IS HIGHLY DESIRABLE
Highly Competitive Wage – (commensurate upon experience and education)
Annual performance reviews with potential for wage increases.
Clinical supervision by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA).
Opportunities for advancement.
A wonderful work environment and the opportunity to do "good" in the world!!!
An excellent opportunity to gain experience and recommendations for graduate school.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please e-mail your cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org