Senior Board-Certified Behavior Analyst
Full Time / EdAdvance
Job Purpose: The Senior Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is to provide support to specific schools and/or programs, consulting with teachers of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and/or significant social-emotional-behavioral challenges, designated support staff, and school administrators. The primary function of the Senior Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is to plan, develop, and monitor a variety of behavior support service delivery options. The Senior Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is responsible for ensuring implementation of ABA services in accordance with best clinical practice.
- Designing, implementing, and training staff to implement behavior data collection systems and behavior support/intervention plans.
- Conducting assessments (e.g. functional behavior assessments, ecological) to inform the development of individualized behavior intervention plans
- Conducting skill assessments (e.g. VB-MAPP, AFLS) as needed
- Collecting, summarizing and presenting data on students that best reflects their current progress
- Maintaining appropriate records such as data collection and consultation notes
- Providing professional development to staff on behavior interventions and supports
- Participating in Planning and Placement Team meetings as needed
- Collaborating with general education/special education teachers, related services staff and district/building administrators to address student and program specific needs
- Providing family/guardian training on implementation of behavior plans, as needed
- Providing on-going supervision and training to Registered Behavior Technicians as needed
The Senior BCBA works under the supervision of the Coordinator of BCBA Services
- Experience working in a public school
- Master's Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, education, psychology, human services or related field
- Current Board-Certified Behavior Analyst credential
- CT state Licensure as a Behavior Analyst
- Candidate must be proven to be responsible and reliable, able to perform a physical restraint, possess strong communication skills, and have a valid CT driver's license and insurance
- Based on experience and highly competitive benefits package
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