BCBA oversees a caseload of children with a primary diagnosis of autism, up
through 18 years of age. This oversight includes planning and developing
behavioral intervention strategies for the child and family, as well as
supervision of 1-10 Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT), should the BCBA
elect to use the RBT direct service model. BCBA may be responsible for providing direct therapy in the beginning until a full caseload is established and techs are assigned.
behavioral intervention services for children with the primary diagnosis
of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the child’s natural environment.
functional behavioral and skills assessments in accordance to insurance
guidelines and as outlined by program policy manuals.
in consideration with an interdisciplinary team of developmental providers,
behavior intervention plans and individualized service plans/programming
designed to improve child outcomes.
and participates in assigned meetings and trainings.
training and supervision to RBTs in accordance to requirements set by the
Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) including completing RBT
competency assessments and reassessments, contributing to continued
competence and professional growth of RBTs during supervision meetings,
observation, providing written feedback and additional trainings as
and maintains positive family/caregiver relationships throughout the
primary service provider model by regularly including parent
coaching/trainings during scheduled home visits, reviewing progress and
collaborating on development of individualized service plans and behavior
all evaluations, assessments and sessions with family and other pertinent
interactions with child and family in accordance with program policy.
to all Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) standards.
duties as may be assigned.
have expertise in the areas of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), autism,
child development and training/supervision.
have experience performing or assisting in the following BCBA
responsibilities: conducting skills assessment (i.e., VB-MAPP, ABLLS-R,
AFLS, PEAK), conducting functional behavior assessments and/or functional
analyses, program writing, data analysis, and creating behavior intervention
be passionate and committed to early intervention.
be professional, self-motivated, energetic and genuine.
oral and written communication skills required.
literate and ability to learn new skills related to current technology.
have reliable transportation to travel to scheduled appointments.
a certificate of automobile insurance.
pass a background check.
to take initiative, work independently, and demonstrate excellent time
of a Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis.
and maintain credentialing with the Behavior Analyst. Certification Board
(BACB) as a BCBA in good standing.
and maintains applicable state-level credentialing for practicing BCBAs in
Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) supervision requirements.
official transcripts for all Education/Certifications.
Salary: $60,000-$70,000 / salary plus benefits