The Brooklyn Autism Center is a non-profit school for children with Autism that utilizes the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
We are currently hiring a full-time ABA Clinical Supervisor. The CS position is responsible for the development, training, and implementation of individualized behavioral and skill acquisition programming. This is an exciting managerial position within a growing organization. We are seeking a candidate who is a dynamic leader, an effective communicator, and an experienced ABA professional to join our team.
This position is FULL TIME with hours 8:30-4:30, M-F. Excellent benefit package, including approx. 10 weeks paid vacation annually, health and dental insurance, and optional Transitchek enrollment.
The Clinical Supervisor will provide direct supervision and training to staff on a daily basis, including:
Provide staff development and implementation strategies designed to contribute to personal and professional growth for the instructors in our organization.
Responsible for the oversight of new hires, staff training, development and performance evaluations.
Provide frequent and effective performance feedback to staff
Provide training for staff to provide clear and consistent communication to parents that allows for transparency of programming.
Plan and execute staff development meetings and training days throughout the school year that provide ongoing, effective, and supportive training to staff.
Participate in weekly staff and management meetings.
Assist in the development of the daily schedule for the staff and students.
Provide a positive work environment that encourages inclusion, collaboration and a team approach.
The Clinical Supervisor will oversee the individualized programming for assigned students, including:
Oversee development and assessment of student acquisition programming in collaboration with parents to develop a comprehensive educational plan.
Ensure the overall quality and effectiveness of the day-to-day education and treatment of our students.
Oversee all aspects of curriculum development, staff training, development of functional assessment and analysis of problem behavior.
Communicate regularly with parents to ensure their understanding of programming and encourage their collaboration to support their children and the school as a whole.
Oversee development and implementation of Behavior Intervention Plans; ensure staff training and parent consent.
Oversee the selection and the execution of extra-curricular activities and vocational programming within community settings.
Guide and oversee the process of behavioral assessments that ensure the progress of each student.
Provides coverage for direct teaching sessions when necessary.
Assist with preparing for and conducting meetings with parents as needed.
Assists ED during intake assessments.
Attend conferences for professional development; stay up to date on research within the field.
Maintains BCBA certification and NY state licensure as a behavior analyst.
The Clinical Supervisor will manage a number of administrative tasks as they relate to their assigned students and the school as a whole, including:
Organize, prepare for, and conducts clinic meetings.
Ensure relevant recommendations from staff meetings and parent clinics are relayed, responded to and implemented by staff in a timely manner.
Participate in regularly scheduled administrative meetings.
Review and approve teacher purchase orders.
Monitors the overall organization of the school environment.
Assists Educational Director in preparation for IEP meetings.
Minimum Requirements: MA/MS in Psychology, Education or related field; 1 year in a supervisory role in a school or clinic setting
3 years experience working with children with Autism utilizing ABA
Experience in management and training preferred
The applicant must be a team player that can work in conjunction with other supervisors and senior management towards organizational goals
The applicant must be a dynamic leader who can work with a diverse staff with varying levels of experience in the field
The application must be an effective communicator both internally with staff and externally with parents, community partners, etc.
The applicant will be motivated, energetic and reliable, with a passion for working with children with Autism.
The applicant understands that all conduct must reflect the highest level of professionalism at all times.'
COVID-19 Considerations: BAC requires all employees to be fully vaccinated and show proof of vaccination with a physical vaccination card or Excelsior Pass.
Job Type: Full-time
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