Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst II/Early Start Supervisor
Comprehensive Autism Center (CAC) is leading the exploration in Southern California for innovating one-to-one Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy in a Center Based model, in addition to in home programs. CAC focuses on providing applied behavior analysis programs and services for families who have young children ages one to pre-teen diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other related developmental delays. CAC provides the clinical expertise to help children living with autism develop critical skills needed to reach key milestones and lead happy, productive lives.
Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA)
CAC is seeking Bachelor’s level Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (B.C.a.B.A) who want to explore and contribute to the success of our Early Start Department. Our clinical leaders are joined by credentialed Registered Behavior Technicians who make our team outstanding. As part of this team, you’ll play an instrumental role in creating effective, innovative, research-based ABA programs.
As an Early Start supervisor, you’ll play a central role in developing and delivering early intervention services, and treatments for children with developmental delays. Your responsibilities in this role include:
- Collaborate with staff to develop and monitor evidence-based individual treatment plans for children 0-3 years old receiving early start services.
- Program for Individual Family Service Plan (I.F.S.P.) goals and other developmental delays.
- Create reports for intake, semi-annual and annual reviews to assess child’s developmental progress.
- Maintain open communication with Regional Centers, Infant Service Coordinators, to provide updates on client’s developmental levels and parent involvement.
- Provide 1:1 Applied Behavior Analysis services to clients assigned in home or in center hybrid schedule.
- Perform functional assessments of challenging behaviors, then develop and ensure positive approaches to learning and behavior change when appropriate.
- Oversee the collection and analysis of real-time data collected by RBTs and RBTs-in-Training to ensure behavioral goals are being met.
- Evaluate data and measure the effectiveness of intervention strategies.
- Assess the performances of RBTs providing feedback aimed at helping staff become more effective and compassionate therapists.
- Coordinate with BCBA Mentor to discuss and complete case reviews.
- Develop programs used by RBT’s to help families build the skills to participate in their child’s progress, and children the skills to lead happy, productive lives.
We are looking for educated, experienced clinical professionals who bring extraordinary compassion and commitment to their work. Applicants should have the following qualifications:
- Professional certification as a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA).
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Special Education, Applied Behavior Analysis, or Psychology.
- Strong experiential background in ABA/Early Intervention services.
- Experience in parent training, data collection, and goal development.
Why work with us?
At CAC, we are focused on building up Clinical Supervisors professional development and want you to be a long-term, contributing member of our team. With a much higher than average retention rate, our Clinical Supervisors become loyal members of CAC family.
- Mentorship You will be mentored and coached one-on-one by one of our Clinical Directors, a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Your assigned mentor/coach will guide and support your professional development.
- Access to Latest Research and Technology You will have access to the Latest Research and Technology data to support your program development and staff leadership.
- Florida Institute of Technology Partnership Through our innovative and unique partnership with the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT), we have onsite ABA experts available to answer your questions, mentor you, and provide the latest evidence-based best practices in ABA therapy for autism.
- CAC Community Cares CAC Community Cares volunteer program is a priority so that our families have a safe place to see their children practice and generalize all the amazing skills that they acquire daily during in Center and in home therapy sessions. It gives parents an opportunity to see their child successfully engage with their same age and help families meet and interact with other families embracing the adventure of Autism. It is vital that in everything we do, we relentlessly encourage our families to seek these playful opportunities with their children; when our families are doing well our kids thrive!
We value and take care of our employees, with competitive and attractive benefits including:
- Medical/dental/vision health coverage reimbursement, life insurance plans, company 401(k) 4% match plan — no vesting schedule, for those who qualify.
- Ongoing paid training.
- Paid professional liability insurance.
- Use of company iPads, computers, and laptops.
- Standard reimbursement for drive time and mileage.
- Employee discount program
- Paid Sick Days/Paid Time Off-for those who qualify
- Performance Bonus
- Great place to work due to culture, benefits and playful work environment!