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If you have a passion to improve and enhance the lives of students with autism and related disorders, BASIC has the career for you. At BASIC, you’ll work in an environment of staff  who share this passion and are dedicated to providing quality therapeutic services to our students. As part of the  staff of BASIC, you will contribute daily to enriching the lives of our clients and families.

BASIC  is an equal opportunity employer. Benefits include: competitive hourly wage, and medical and dental benefits for full time employees. Our current position offerings are listed below.  Please download an application for completion and email to Ed Zamora, Human Resources Generalist, at ezamora@beacondayschool.com.

BCBA/Case Supervisor

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The CCS is responsible for monitoring the provision of client’s services and an assigned intervention team.  The CCS is a learned professional with the ability to manage personnel and provide direction based on clinical and evidence based intervention methodologies. 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The duties associated with the Clinical Case Supervisor position include:

  • Development of Comprehensive Functional Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plans for consumers
  • Provide training for Interventionists in the areas of Applied Behavior Analysis: discrete training teaching techniques; positive behavior supports for the management of undesired behaviors and increase of the desired behaviors; social skills development; data collection techniques, and monitoring progress
  • Ongoing supervision of the interventionist teams in the provision of services as outlined in the Comprehensive Functional Assessment and Intervention Plans for clients
  • Provision of Individualized, 1:1 behavioral services , based on contractual requirements 
  • Participation in weekly clinical meetings for each client with whom they work
  • Documentation of work performed in the form of clinical notes and data collection
  • Monitor timeliness and quality of documentation by interventionists
  • Additional duties as assigned

WORK HOURS

This is a full time exempt position.  The total number of hours worked per week will also depend on the needs of the clients/treatment teams, and may vary from week to week. Hours of service can occur between the 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., weekdays and weekends. The CCS will be responsible for completing their prep time and report writing during company office hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.). This schedule will be evaluated regularly and is based on the demands of the client’s contracts.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A minimum of three years of experience working in one of the following areas: psychology,  behavior analysis,  child development, social work or another related field
  • Experience working with children/adults with developmental disabilities and utilizing the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis techniques and Interventions
  • Candidate will hold a BCBA certification

IN ADDITION, THE FOLLOWING SKILLS ARE REQUAIRED:

  • Patience and understanding for others
  • Ability to work well with children
  • Ability to work well with families/caretakers
  • Ability to work independently in a variety of settings
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to supervise personnel on a professional level
  • Have a reliable means of transportation, valid CA drivers license and proof of vehicle insurance
  • No prior criminal history

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Behavior Interventionist:

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Behavior Interventionists are responsible for implementing 1:1 behavior intervention programs to consumers in their homes, activities and community settings, and providing instructional shadow support in the academic setting.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Duties associated with the Behavior Interventionist position include:

  • Provide direct 1:1 support to clients in their home or community, utilizing the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis.
  • Provide ongoing training and supervision for each consumer with whom they work
  • Documentation of work performed in the form of clinical notes and the tracking of hours
  • Documentation of client progress in the form of collected data
  • Additional duties as assigned

WORK HOURS

The specific work hours for the behavior interventionist will be based on the needs of the of the consumer.  The total number of hours worked per week will also depend on the needs of the consumers, and may vary from week to week.  Hours of service can occur between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • A minimum of  one  year of experience working in one of the following areas: psychology,  behavior analysis,  child development, social work or another related field
  • Experience working with children/adults with developmental disabilities and utilizing the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis techniques and Intervention 
  • Ideal candidate will hold a bachelors degree in one of the following areas: psychology, behavior analysis, child development, social work, or other related field; or at minimum a high school diploma.

IN ADDITION, THE FOLLOWING SKILLS ARE REQUIRED:

  • Patience and understanding for others
  • Ability to work well with children
  • Ability to work well with families/caretakers
  • Ability to work independently in a variety of settings
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Good verbal and written communication ability
  • Have a reliable means of transportation, valid CA drivers license and proof of vehicle insurance
  • No prior criminal history
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