FTC Kids Pediatric BCBA Little Falls, NJ · Full time

$2,000 Sign On Bonus! We are looking for a seasoned pediatric BCBA with minimum of 18 months experience to join our team full-time.

Description

Position Description: Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

Department: Therapeutic Behavior Program

Job Type: Full-Time, Salary

Pay Range: $90,000- $95,000.

Sign On Bonus: $2,000

Alternate Work Location: Client’s Home, Local Community



Our Perfect Candidate:

Faith Therapy Consulting, LLC (FTC) is not just looking to hire a Pediatric Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) that is looking for a job, FTC is looking for someone that is looking to fulfill their calling and passion. 


FTC is looking for a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who has the following capabilities:

  • Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Expertise: Proficiency in ABA principles, methodologies, behavior reduction strategies, and functional assessments.


  • Supervisory and Leadership Skills: Ability to provide oversight, support, and supervision to therapists, behavior analysts, and behavior technician. Experience in training and developing team members.


  • Program Development: Capability to propose and develop policies, procedures, and performance measures to enhance the Therapeutic Behavior "Learning" Program, Home & Community team. Aligning team members' performance plans with organizational goals and objectives.


  • Training and Instruction: Aptitude in facilitating training sessions, both in discrete trial training and natural environment training models of teaching. Providing model teaching and instructional support to other professionals in a creative and innovative manner.


  • Data Collection and Analysis: Skill in creating and maintaining a data collection system to measure program efficacy, establish baselines, and guide programming decisions. Ability to analyze data on an ongoing basis.


  • Behavior Plan Development: Proficiency in developing behavior plans and treatment plans focused on teaching appropriate behavior and reducing maladaptive behaviors.


  • Communication and Collaboration: Excellent written and verbal communication skills to maintain relationships with clients, supervisors, peers, and community members. Ability to collaborate with various stakeholders, including supports, parents, community, and community agencies.


  • Time Management and Organization: Strong time management skills to maintain schedules, meet deadlines, and finalize session notes within a specified timeframe.


  • Continuous Learning: Commitment to staying current with literature, research findings, and resources in the field of ABA. Willingness to engage in a variety of continuing education courses to maintain BCBA certification while expanding knowledge to embrace the “whole” child perspective.


  • Ethics and Confidentiality: Adherence to the code of ethics set forth by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, including maintaining client confidentiality.


Job Description:

The Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA) will provide support to individuals and their families by coordinating and providing services in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), function analyses and assessment, behavior acquisition and reduction procedures, and adaptive life skills. A BCBA will also oversee programming of student behavior analysts and provide ongoing support and supervision to therapists as it relates to the implementation and documentation associated with Behavior Support Plans. 


Responsibility:

  • This position reports directly into the Therapeutic Behavior Program Director
  • Function in a supervisory capacity and provide oversight to all areas of programming including the training of therapists. 
  • Propose development of policies and procedures that would further expand on organizational policies and procedures with the intent to improve the Therapeutic Behavior Program team.
  • Develop, communicate, and maintain current Therapeutic Behavior Program team performance measures in alignment with organizational goals and objectives
  • Develop team members performance plan aligned against organizational mission, vision, values, goals, and objectives
  • Participate in the new hires screening and hiring selection process.
  • Providing assistance, guidance, and coaching support as needed to assigned team members
  • Providing fair, constructive, and timely feedback towards performance expectations
  • Develop and maintain updated team members in-office and telework schedule
  • Assist in the development, facilitation, and follow-up training in ABA, using both discrete trial training and natural environment training models of teaching. 
  • Facilitate and assist in the development and identification of resources and support information for clients and their families.
  • Provide model teaching and other direct instructional supports including, but not limited to, practicum supervision/teaching, class instruction and in-service instruction to other support professionals. 
  • Assist in the development and implementation of assessment tools, to conduct functional assessments and analyses when appropriate, and to develop appropriate behavior strategies to teach appropriate behavior and reduce maladaptive behaviors. 
  • Provide ongoing support and training to ABA implementers, and other individuals in support roles for families.
  • Ongoing training and supervision of paraprofessional staff in implementation of ABA principles and methodology and behavior reduction strategies. 
  • Create ongoing data collection system to establish baseline and programmatic efficacy for all consumers, and to analyze data on a frequent and ongoing basis to guide programming. 
  • Develop behavior plans/treatment plans for all learners with a focus on teaching and other antecedent strategies for reducing problematic behavior(s). 
  • Meet as needed with supervised staff to discuss ongoing learner issues and to provide support when necessary. 
  • Review and sign off on behavior plan/treatment plan training for all field staff and provide field supervision when necessary. 
  • Enter and finalize session notes within 48 hours of each session. 
  • Provide consultation services and maintain ongoing communication with all parties involved (other supports, parents, community, and community agencies). 
  • Keep current with the literature, new research findings and resources. In addition, continuing education courses to maintain BCBA certification are necessary (32 credits every 2 years). 
  • Maintain all data, paperwork, and communication between personal care staff and families, and to provide ongoing feedback to government related agencies that contract with such families.
  • Have excellent written, verbal, and time management skills, as well as the ability to develop and maintain relationships with clients, supervisors, peers, and community members. 
  • Ability to adhere to organizational policies and procedures and abide by code of ethics as indicated by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
  • Maintain client confidentiality. 


Qualifications

  • Current BCBA Certification
  • Competence in applied behavior analysis.
  • Leadership experience in a clinical setting required.


Benefits:

Full-Time Salary:

  • Competitive Pay with Excellent Benefits
  • Retirement Plan with Employer Match, after qualification period
  • Paid Time Off, Sick Leave, and Paid Holidays
  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Professional Education Reimbursement
  • Employee Wellness Reimbursement



Conditions of Employment:

  • You must be eligible to work in the United States
  • Must be proficient in written and spoken English
  • Selected applicant will be subject to background check


Salary

$90,000 - $95,000 per year