RESPONSIBLE TO: Vice President of Behavioral Health
The Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) will conduct the initial assessments, reassessments, skill-based
programs, behavior change programs, training and supervision of behavior technicians.
Individuals should be energetic, enthusiastic, capable of managing active children, outgoing,
dependable, organized, and have a positive attitude as well as good communication skills.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Complete skill-based assessments and functional behavior assessments.
Design skill acquisition protocols inclusive of developing communication, social skills,
independence, and behavior skill sets.
Regularly review and analyze data to determine program and treatment outcomes. Update
programs based on data collected.
Provide regular training and support to behavior technicians implementing treatment
protocols in home, school, and community settings.
Provide parental training in order to ensure consistency of treatment.
Comply with organization, state and federal regulations set forth to include professional
development, safety training, and confidentiality policies.
Work collaboratively with behavior technicians, other providers (e.g. Speech therapist,
Occupational therapist, etc.) and school staff in order to ensure consistency of
intervention across settings.
Demonstrate positive attitude as well as professional and ethical conduct at all times.
Participate in all team meetings and companywide trainings as designated by supervisor
Maintain good standing and certification status with the Behavior Analyst Certification
Board (BACB ®).
Follow the BACB Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts.
Skills and Experiences
Qualifications and Skills
-Experience as a supervisor is a plus.