Main Menu
Community Abilities & Beyond LLC

Behavior analyst/ behavior assistant



Job Description
Job Description Behavior Analysis
Community Abilities & Beyond LLC
Job title Behavior Analysis
Reports to
CEO, Supervisor of Daily Operations
Asst. Supervisor of Daily Operations
Job purpose
These services include the analysis, development, modification, and
monitoring of behavior for the purpose of changing an individual'sbehavior.
Duties and responsibilities
Complete FBA, BSP, maintain documentation, supervise Behavior Assistants
As described in policy and procedures (see attachment
Qualifications
Qualifications include:
 Bachelor’s Degree, Board Certification
 5+ years’ experience with Intellectual Disabilities, Mental health services, Education,
Medical
 Strong customer service, Exceptional organizational skills, Time management
 Microsoft, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
Working conditions
Must be able to adapt to varying environments
Physical requirements
Travel distance, maladaptive behavior
Direct reports
Behavior Assistants
Approved by:
Date approved:
Reviewed:
This Job description could be updated at any time necessary







About Community Abilities & Beyond LLC
Community Abilities and Beyond LLC strives to maintain and improve the quality of life of
individuals with developmental disabilities through addressing their physical, social, and mental
needs by providing housing, meals, supervision, and assistance using programming that
includes recreational, fitness, and social activities in a way that promotes maximum self-
determination and independence.


View all job openings for Community Abilities & Beyond LLC
Posted on February 4, 2013 at 8:04 am
Clean up your social media and get a job!
In a recent poll, 18 percent of employers reported finding content on social networking sites that caused them to hire or not hire a candidate.
READ MORE >
Posted on February 4, 2013 at 8:04 am
Clean up your social media and get a job!
In a recent poll, 18 percent of employers reported finding content on social networking sites that caused them to hire or not hire a candidate.
READ MORE >
Posted on February 4, 2013 at 8:04 am
Clean up your social media and get a job!
In a recent poll, 18 percent of employers reported finding content on social networking sites that caused them to hire or not hire a candidate.
READ MORE >
©2011-2017
NinjaGig.com 4.75 out of 5 from 12 ratings.