Looking for an opportunity to put your BCBA experience and skills to work in helping make a difference in someone’s life?
Teamwork Specialties is currently working with a growing ABA Therapy Provider seeking a dynamic, energetic Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to join their team in Worcester, Massachusetts. We welcome and encourage new graduates and those waiting to take their BACB examinations to apply.
Our goal at Teamwork Specialties is to connect talented professionals with great organizations. We invite you to apply to this amazing opportunity to help those living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and advance your career.
Our client offers a competitive salary; attractive benefit package; relocation assistance; CEU and industry conference reimbursement.
The Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is responsible for ensuring implementation of ABA therapy services in accordance with best clinical practices.
Responsible for the development and implementation of comprehensive behavioral assessments and behavioral treatment programs for children, their families, and their community caregivers
Manage coordination of case management activities
Provide training to parents and caregivers to implement treatment programs
Responsible for providing clinical appropriate supervision and training of clinical staff
Ability to travel independently to clients’ homes and other community locations
Responsible for the development and implementation of comprehensive behavioral assessment and behavioral treatment programs in school, home, and community settings
Conduct functional behavior assessments
Provide consultative services to parents, teachers, and other clinical/educational personnel
Provide staff training as needed
Responsible for coordination of home and school communication regarding treatment program
Organize, facilitate and lead treatment team meetings
Effective and timely documentation skills
Timely completion all paperwork and phone contacts to caregivers, funding sources, outside agencies and schools (as appropriate) regarding treatment and development of treatment plans, goals, and objectives
Establish effective clinical and ethical relationships with clients and families, and maintain appropriate boundaries
Establish and maintain professional and ethical working relationships with staff and in collaborations with funding sources, community agencies, schools, medical practices, and other therapy providers
Master’s degree in applied behavior analysis, psychology, education / special education, or a related field
BCBA Certification required or waiting to take BACB examination
Current license / ability to obtain a license as a Behavior Analyst in Massachusetts
At least two years of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities or behavior disorders
BLS certification is required within 30 days of hire
Experience in behavioral assessment and treatment
Excellent time management and organizational skills
Effective verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
Experience with children on the autism spectrum
Possess a Valid Driver’s license