Bring your BCBA Skills to AHRC, a pioneer in the field of Special Education.
AHRC New York City is a family governed organization committed to finding ways for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to build full lives as defined by each person and supported by dedicated families, staff, and community partners. Summary: The BCBA is responsible for ensuring quality and consistency in providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services across AHRC’s schools through training and supervision of staff, implementing quantitative and qualitative outcome measures, and participating in various educational planning meetings, as needed.
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES § Supervise development and implementation of ABA services in agency’s pre-school and school-aged programs to ensure overall quality and consistency in service provision.
§ Ensure effective ABA programming by observing staff implementation methods, gathering and analyzing data, and recommending program modifications or improvements based on analysis.
§ Establish consistent data collection systems, including graphing, to use for measuring, analyzing and creating reports on academic, social and behavioral performance.
§ Provide group and individual supervision to staff to comply with fulfillment of students’ BCBA supervised experience requirements.
§ Provide competency-based staff training through modeling, observation and feedback of ABA skills.
§ Develop and deliver workshop trainings related to ABA techniques and autism spectrum disorders.
§ Lead Functional Analysis processes as required.
§ Participate in Child Study meetings, IEP reviews, Behavior Support planning and parent clinics, whenever needed.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS § Masters in Special Education, Social Work or related human services field and BCBA Certification required.
§ Minimum of three (3) years of experience in providing and/or supervising ABA service programs and staff.
§ Ability to obtain BCBA Supervisory Credential (once implemented by BACB).
§ Knowledge of signs of abuse and mandated reporting requirements as required by law.
§ Proven ability to provide expert supervision to staff on an individual or group level, based on ongoing and current knowledge of theory, research and best practices in the field of developmental disabilities and autism spectrum disorders.
§ Demonstrated success in communicating effectively and in establishing and maintaining relationships with broad base of constituents, including colleagues, teaching staff, students, family members, and external professional staff. This includes ability to present verbal information simply and concisely, to demonstrate effective public speaking presence, to be a skilled listener, and to demonstrate excellent writing skills.
§ Must have solid organizational and multi-tasking skills and proven ability to make independent decisions, set appropriate program priorities, and handle time-sensitive and/or stressful situations.
§ Must be willing to travel to school sites on a regular basis.
AHRC New York City provides equal employment opportunity to all applicants, with employment based upon personal capabilities and qualifications without discrimination because of race, color, national origin, religion, sex (with or without sexual conduct), age, disability, pregnancy, alienage or citizenship status, marital status, creed, genetic disposition or carrier status, sexual orientation or any other protected characteristic as established by law.
Open to Candidates who wish to work per diem or full time.
Job Type: Full-time, Pay: $80,000.00 per year Job Type: Per Diem, Pay: $43.00 per hour
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