ABA Program Supervisor
The Autism Centers of Michigan (ACM) is seeking a dynamic, high-energy, detail-oriented ABA Supervisor to join our team. The successful candidate will work in a team-oriented environment and engage in a wide range of activities, focused on providing behavior analytic assessment and treatment services in client homes, in a community setting, and/or at one of our clinical centers, under direct supervision of a BCBA. This position reports directly to a BCBA Program Supervisor, or in some cases directly to a Clinical Director.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
This individual will oversee a caseload of ACM clients, to include management of assessments (including functional analyses where appropriate), development of individualized treatment plans, collection of measures of performance, data analysis and presentation, and the ongoing evolution of the treatment plans. Specific duties shall also include:
- Objective monitoring of progress and documentation of client records, to exceed agency standards and to enable the best possible treatment decisions.
- Regular communication with parents (including weekly family training), supervisor(s), and others as necessary to inform and improve treatment plans.
- Oversight of Registered Behavior Technicians (per Behavior Analyst Certification Board [BACB] guidelines for Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts [BCaBAs]) working as part of the overall caseload of clients, including completion of regular performance evaluations.
- Attend meeting(s) as required by BCBA Program Supervisor and/or Clinical Director.
- Regular review of literature related to Applied Behavioral Analysis, autism spectrum disorders and developmental disabilities.
- Participation in the interview process for new Behavior Technicians.
- Travel to clients at their home, school or other location(s) as agreed and necessary.
- Must possess at least one of the following: 1) have met all requirements to sit for the BCBA exam; 2) BCaBA; or 3) a master’s degree in education, psychology, or behavior analysis, and proof of completion of the first 3 classes in the BCBA course sequence.
- A history of work with children, adolescents, young adults, and/or families is essential. Specific training/experience in developmental disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders is preferred.
- Must be able to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, in English.
- Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, and satisfactory driving record.
- Must meet the physical requirements of the position, to include lifting of clients, packages, or equipment, and accessing non-barrier free premises.
- Should enjoy working in an interdisciplinary team approach to develop and implement client treatment plans.
- Strong organizational skills, detail-oriented, able to maintain records, prepare reports and reliably develop timely correspondence related to work.
- No criminal record and able to pass DSS 1326 clearance.