Clinical Supervisor (BCBA)
We strive to provide quality level supports to our families living in underrepresented communities within Los Angeles County. Therefore, we work to limit BCBA caseloads to ensure quality interventions and the overall success of every client we serve. We are seeking BCBAs who wish to bring their knowledge, skillset, and passion to a small, but rapidly growing, organization that offers a range of supports to the developmental disabilities population. While we serve families in the greater Los Angeles County, ideal candidates are willing to travel to our West Covina office location for administrative responsibilities and potentially for direct supervision in our newly-established clinic. Part-time and full-time opportunities available.
If you are a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst or a Board-Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst, we invite you to join our team as a part-time or full-time Clinical Supervisor to serve our clients in the San Gabriel Valley and/or Los Angeles area. As a member of our clinical team, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with a close-knit team of clinical specialists with ongoing support from our Clinical Directors and upper management. Boost your clinical experience by participating in ongoing clinical development meetings, gain access to professional development opportunities, and offer insight into policies, training, processes, and programs contributing to company growth. We are offering the opportunity to thrive under a collaborative approach to providing ABA services by working alongside various team members with roles specific to individual components of our ABA program.
Benefits/Incentives for Full-Time BCBAs:
- We are an ACE provider – gain access to FREE and ongoing CEUs (attainment of CEUs required for BCBA recertification).
- Further clinical experience through additional projects and responsibilities (such as BT/RBT training, supervision, FBAs, parent training, social skills groups, etc.).
- Potential research opportunities for in-house projects of topic interests relating to treatment outcomes.
- Gain experience in conducting FBAs, as well as ABLLS, AFLS, ABAS, VB-MAPP, and VINELAND-3 assessments.
- Manage a small caseload of 7-15 clients with no monthly billable requirements.
- We handle NPI and CAQH registration and PBS billing procedures.
- Competitive pay based on experience and educational background.
- Medical, dental, and vision health plan options.
- 401K investment options.
- 24-hour access to an administrative office.
- Clinic, home-based, and telehealth opportunities.
- Mileage reimbursement.
- Provided work laptop and cellular device.
- Potential for employee referral program bonuses.
- Report to Clinical Directors.
- Establish rapport and maintain positive working relationships with clients and families.
- Design data collection systems to monitor client performance, as needed.
- Organize client binders for clients in caseload and collect datasheets from BTs accordingly.
- Provide ongoing supervision to BTs and clients within caseload.
- Conduct FBAs, skill acquisition intake assessments, and develop reports.
- Collaborate with Parent Trainer and BT Trainer when relevant to caseload.
- Regularly participate in structured meetings with clinical teams to discuss treatment plans and to address concerns.
- Ensure BTs are implementing programs and taking data according to BIP recommendations.
- Ensure accuracy of graphing and complete progress reports prior to authorization expiration dates.
- Maintain professionalism when representing the company by working cooperatively and courteously with clinical team members.
- Provide emergency and crisis support when appropriate.
- Perform administrative duties and other tasks, as needed.
- Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field.
- BCBA certification by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board REQUIRED upon hire.
- Bilingual Spanish a plus.
- At least 2 years of ABA supervisory experience (within 2-tier or 3-tier models).
- Experience with FBAs and report writing a plus.
- In-depth knowledge of policies and regulations in the clinical field.
- Problem-solving, decision making, and analytical skills.
- Patient, compassionate, and approachable.
- Demonstrates cultural sensitivity.
- Strong interpersonal skills.
- Time management, organization, and documentation.
- Must be comfortable with providing direct services.
- Willing to work weekends as needed for crisis management.