Proactive Behavior Services LLC BCBA Chesterland, OH · Full time Company website

The primary function of the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is to plan, develop, and monitor a variety of behavioral support service delivery options to meet the needs of Proactive Behavior Services’ clients in their homes, communities, and schools. The BCBA also consults with and teaches instructional team members regarding educational programming and behavioral supports; conducts various descriptive and systematic behavioral and skill based assessments; develops and implements comprehensive treatment plans; provides supervision to behavior technicians and those seeking BCBA certification; monitors treatment progress through data-based progress monitoring; and collaborates with team members, related service providers, families, and other agencies as appropriate.

Description

Job Summary:

The primary role of the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is to design, implement, and oversee a range of behavioral support services for clients of Proactive Behavior Services in their homes, schools, and communities. The BCBA will also provide guidance and training to instructional team members on educational programming and behavioral interventions, conduct assessments, develop treatment plans, supervise behavior technicians, monitor progress, and collaborate with families and other professionals as needed.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

- Conduct assessments and develop individualized teaching programs based on client needs.

- Ensure the implementation of treatment plans and make continuous improvements as needed.

- Provide direct behavioral services to clients when necessary.

- Train and supervise behavior technicians, parents, teachers, and aides.

- Establish data collection systems, analyze progress, and maintain documentation.

- Ensure compliance with contract requirements, insurance certifications, and professional standards.

- Communicate client progress to relevant parties and maintain confidentiality.

- Respond to crisis situations and ensure client safety.

- Participate in professional development activities and promote collaboration with other agencies.


Education and Experience:

- Certification from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) required.

- Additional certifications in education, counseling, or psychology preferred.

- Master's degree in special education, psychology, or related field.

- Minimum of 2 years of experience working with individuals with exceptional needs.

- Knowledge of Applied Behavior Analysis and behavior analytic assessments.

- Ability to communicate effectively and work as part of a team.

- Strong problem-solving and time management skills.


Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

- Excellent communication skills and ability to handle crisis situations.

- Strong organizational skills and proficiency in computer software.

- Ability to think creatively and develop positive behavior support plans.

- Ability to build relationships with clients, families, and providers.

- Ability to maintain accurate records and files.


Additional Requirements:

- Full-time BCBAs expected to work 35-40 hours per week.

- Minimum of 125 billable hours per month required for full-time status.

- Completion of background checks, CPR training, and valid driver's license.

- Ability to lift 50 pounds and respond to aggressive behavior.

- Willingness to work at various locations as needed.

Salary

$68,000 - $81,000 per year