Meeting with patients and their families to observe and assess behavior challenges.Â
Creating a safe and inclusive environment for patients and their families.Â
Setting realistic goals and objectives for patients and their families according to their observations.Â
Developing individualized plans for patients and their families to improve behaviors, adaptive skills, and communications.Â
Maintain thorough notes of patient progress in the electronic medical record.Â
Developing clinical and research protocols.Â
Contributing to grant applications for program sustainability.Â
Learning about new techniques, methods, and findings within the ABA field.Â
Instructing others in the program and section as needed.Â
Interprets client treatment plans based on research, clinical experience, and client histories. Â
Has a solid understanding on counseling with an emphasis on prevention. Â
Analyzes effectiveness of counseling or treatments and the accuracy and completeness of diagnoses, modifying plans or diagnoses as necessary. Â
Interprets treatment activities or approaches as needed to comply with changes in clients' status.Â
Perform other related work as needed.
Advanced degree from an accredited medical program.
Experience working directly with patients in a clinical setting (either home or center-based ABA); specifically with patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder.Â
Licenses and Certifications:Â
Behavioral Analysist Board Certification or a higher-level medical degree.Â
Demonstrated clinical competency.Â
Ability to conduct behavioral observation and assessments.Â
Work effectively under pressure.Â
Use independent judgment.Â
Strong oral and written communication skills.Â
Demonstrated ability to facilitate communication among various levels of practitioners.Â
Ability to interview and obtain medical information.Â
Office Setting.Â Â
After the probationary period of employment and orientation, and after the ABA program is established, this position will be eligible for an alternative work arrangement for the administrative 20% (one full day) time.Â
Cover Letter (required)Â
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