BCBA Clinical Supervisor

Portland, OR

BASICS NW uses Applied Behavior Analysis as a means to provide effective, evidence-based behavioral health intervention services to children, adolescents, and young adults affected by autism and related disorders in Southwest Washington State and the Puget Sound Region. This role will be fulfilled in the Pacific Northwest States of Oregon and Washington, with relocation available.

BCBA Clinical Supervisor | Nationwide 

The purpose of this position is to work independently with individuals with developmental deficits and/or challenging behavior. The Clinical Supervisor develops and monitors the implementation of a Functional Assessment Summary and Treatment Plan; supervises the Registered Behavior Technicians implementing the plan, and provides consultation and training to families. ABA therapy is provided in a clinic, the home, school or other community based settings. Treatment can be provided for individuals through the lifespan. In this role you will be responsible for the following:

  • Maintain awareness of activities through ongoing site visits, and attendance at required meetings.
  • Reviews with families the Intake packet and signs for it completion.
  • Completes Functional Assessment and Treatment Plans including a Functional Analysis when indicated.
  • Reviews and analyzes data for integrity and progress, and updates Treatment Plan when needed. Complete Progress Reports timely. 
  • Responsible for maintaining an accurate record of services delivered, time worked, and mileage incurred.
  • Monitor incidents reported and complete necessary notifications to Regional Coordinator. 
  • Regularly update the Regional Coordinator of events impacting individuals receiving support and services.
  • Respect and honor diversity (race, religion, marital status, age, sexual orientation, color, creed, national origin, and abilities). 
  • Maintain respectful relationships which recognize client's rights as a citizen and promotes their dignity and well­being. 
  • Treat all co-workers with respect and in a manner that will promote teamwork, productivity and a positive reinforcing working environment. Serve as a role model for the Registered Behavior Technicians.
  • Work collaboratively with others to accomplish goals and/or assigned tasks.
  • Participate fully, positively and productively in team meetings to assist in achieving the desired outcomes of the meeting.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of the Policies and Procedures by reviewing them at each update and at least once every 6 months.
  • Set and achieve performance and development goals through the evaluation process.
  • Ensure RBT’s are held accountable for their performance and for obtaining direction and support as needed. 
  • Manages 2 or more RBT’s. Carries out responsibilities in accordance with the policies and procedures manual as well as the direction from the Regional Coordinator and Clinical Director. Responsibilities include interviewing prospective RBT candidates, training RBT’s and parents in Treatment Plan implementation and directing the work of assigned RBT.

Experience and Background

  • Master's degree in applied behavior analysis, psychology or education. 
  • A certificate issued by the Behavior Analysts Certification Board or state license as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
  • Completion of requirements for supervising BCaBA’s and RBT’s per the BACB and WAC
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills are needed

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