Regis College is actively seeking a clinical supervisor to cover a five-month maternity leave at the Regis Autism Center (RAC) from November 2022- March 2023. The Regis Autism Center provides behavior analytic-based support to children aged 2-6 diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. The clinical supervisor will work directly with these students and graduate students to support them in either integrated settings (classrooms in the Regis College Children’s Center [RCC]) and/or in a separate classroom. The clinical supervisor will work directly with children in a 1:1 teacher: student teaching ratio and will supervise graduate assistants. The clinical supervisor will receive training in the use of behavior analytic principles and teaching techniques when working with children with ASD. The clinical supervisor may implement discrete trial teaching, task analyses, natural environment teaching, incidental teaching, and support interactions with peers. The clinical supervisor will work directly with the other clinical supervisor at the RAC across all cases and supervisees. The clinical supervisor will work collaboratively with RCCC classroom staff and directors. The Regis Autism Center is open 48 weeks of the year.
Ensuring safety of students in your care; following all RAC/RCCC health and safety policies and physical management policies
Providing support for students when integrated into RCCC classrooms, including but not limited to arranging and prompting interactions between peers and classroom teachers, collaborating with classroom teachers on curricula modifications, informing classroom teachers of programmatic changes, running reinforcement and behavior management procedures, creating naturalistic and incidental teaching opportunities
Providing behavior analytic, structured teaching sessions for students when not integrated into the RCCC, including but not limited to: following the “Lily room” schedule, discrete trial teaching, natural environment teaching, incidental teaching, running circle time, running art activities, coordinating “reverse integration” opportunities and maintaining the safety of RCCC students in your care during that time, coordinating with RCCC teachers regarding timing of integrated activities, running reinforcement and behavior management procedures
Completing toileting and hand washing sequences with students
Coordinating and informing RAC directors of any concerns or questions right away
Completing a daily student home log and interacting with parents with a friendly, positive, self-assured demeanor during drop off and pick up
Taking daily data on acquisition and behavior programs and (in some cases) summarizing those data electronically
Electronically logging billable hours each day
Work directly with Clinical Director on billing, supervision, and general case management
Master’s degree Required
BCBA Certification Required
LABA Certification Required
Prior experience in ABA or working with children with ASD or developmental disabilities required
Working Conditions/Physical Demands:
May spend extended periods at terminal, on telephone, or operating other office machines requiring eye-hand coordination and finger dexterity.
Subject to regular interruptions to assist clients and staff; May require strenuous periods of physical activity such as climbing, bending, standing, and lifting; May require to pick up clients following training of up to 45 pounds
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to do this job. The above is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required.
Protecting the Regis Community
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External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled as defined under the Americans With Disabilities Act, must be able to perform the essential job functions (as listed) either unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be determined by management on a case-by-case basis.
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