The School of Education and Human Services (SEHS) and the Center for Autism at Oakland University is seeking a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in good standing with the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB). Candidates should have a strong background in the following: administering verbal behavior assessments (including ABLLS and VB MAPP), conducting language, play, and skill-based assessments; behavioral assessment, functional behavior assessment and functional analysis methodology; program development and program implementation for skill development in the areas of communication, social interactions, academics, and functional living skills, in addition to programming for the reduction of aberrant behavior.
- Minimum of a Master’s Degree in Behavior Analysis, Special Education or Psychology
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst in good standing
- The ability to conduct themselves as a leader and provide feedback and guidance to all staff.
- At least two to four years of experience providing services to individuals with developmental disabilities, including at least 120 hours of direct services to individuals with complex behavior problems.
- Solid knowledge of the fundamental principles and practice of Applied Behavior Analysis. This includes functional analysis methodology, verbal behavior, and ethical standards in behavior analysis
- Work collaboratively as part of a comprehensive team to provide services to individuals with developmental disabilities.
- Ability to work independently, with great attention to details, and prioritize tasks/goals for self and others
- Effective written and verbal communication skills with individuals and groups at all professional levels
- Clinic Supervision
- 8:00-5:00, 5 days a week BCBA on site
- Scheduling: Adjust schedule as necessary to account for absences
Apply Here: https://jobs.oakland.edu/postings/9675
Skills and Experiences
- 2 Weekly meetings with ABA Director and Office Manager
- Updates on client progress
- Discuss budget, procedures, and systems
- Curriculum modifications for 10-12 preschool or school-aged children diagnosed with autism.
- Conduct curriculum assessments including the VB-MAPP
- Conduct functional assessments/analyses and develop behavior intervention plans to treat challenging behaviors
- Develop treatment goals, protocols, and data collections systems
- Complete intake, reassessment, and quarterly reports
- Weekly review of each program
- Daily modifications
- Review of weekly progress notes
- Summarize and analyze data
- Develop and oversee transition/discharge plan
- Supervision of Behavior Technicians
- Conduct and oversee staff training
- Conduct competency assessments
- Provide feedback and evaluations for staff
- Complete treatment integrity checks for staff
- Provide supervision to BCBA and BCaBA trainees at the ABA Clinic and at other sites in accordance with board guidelines and insurance requirements
- Parent or caregiver training
- Train and consult with caregivers and other professional
- Twice a month progress meetings
- Weekly parent training with some families
- Twice a year group parent trainings