Currently accepting applications for a BCBA-credentialed Case Supervisor
Our agency is recognized in the community for the excellence of care provided to our families as well as the high qualifications and diverse skill set of our staff. We are a medium sized agency where supporting and professionally grooming our staff is a top priority. We are equipped to provide this level of support by having managerial staff that include highly skilled Board Certified Behavioral Analysts (BCBAs), a Clinical Psychologist, and a Marriage and Family Therapist. Individual and Group Supervision is provided on a regular basis to all Supervisors, and preparing individuals for taking and passing their BCBA exam is part of our agency’s objectives. We are contracted with most Insurance Companies, as well as local Regional Centers and School Districts. As such, our supervisors are trained to be well versed in the requirements and service models of these various funding sources. We strive to provide our staff with the right balance of support, extensive resources, and autonomy to foster professional growth and fulfillment. Our primary commitment is to provide a comprehensive program for our clients using empirically supported positive behavior support strategies to foster a child’s full potential.
Our Clinical Case Supervisors work with instructors and clients, providing ongoing monitoring of the Behavioral Instructor’s ability to implement the WWA program effectively by conducting clinic meetings, engaging in data based decision making, and writing progress reports that accurately capture the clients’ progress and ongoing areas of need. Supervisors attend IEP meetings, develop client goals, conduct school and home observations, consult with parents and team members, and assist with scheduling. Supervisors function with a high degree of autonomy and are supported to maintain a working knowledge of advances in the field.
- Minimum of MA/MS in Psychology or related field
- BCBA Certification or nearing the completion of a BCBA certificate program
- Two years of experience as a Behavioral Instructor, with at least one of those years acting as a Senior Behavioral Instructor. Previous experience as a Supervisor is preferred
- Strong communication and writing skills required
- Organization, time-management, and multi-tasking skills required
- Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred
- Competitive salary based upon experience
- Compensation for continuing education units
- Paid vacation time
- Reimbursement for mileage and drive time
- Medical, dental and vision insurance
- Participation in 401k plan after one year
- BCBA supervision