Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Posted on 19 September 23 by Kara Whitt

  • Las Vegas, Nevada
  • $80 - $85 per Year

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Job Description

  • The Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is responsible for the management of behavioral interventions and approaches that support people with intellectual and related disabilities in all programs.
  • Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Program Supports, this role collaborates with Case Management and Program Managers to develop, train to, and direct the interventions and supports appropriate for behavioral needs.
  • Embrace core values by cultivating positive and meaningful CONNECTIONS with colleagues, clients, family members, and caregivers.
  • Demonstrate ENTHUSIASM, high standards of PRODUCTIVITY, authentic STEWARDSHIP, and consistent participation in individual and team DEVELOPMENT.
  • Reinforce and positively engage in organizational culture supporting choice and creativity of clients and of staff.

  1. Duties for this position will include, but are not limited to, assisting in the oversight of services provided to individuals with complex behavior support needs, crisis response, behavior management, and staff training.
  2. Consult with Case Management team for assessment of individuals and development of behavior program.
  3. Provide assistance with initial staff training and implementation of behavior program.
  4. Provide continuing staff support and training as needed/requested.
  5. Review data collection and progress/regression of the individual. Update programs as indicated. 
  6. Provide support and training for community individuals and collaboration with Service Contract staff for individuals with behavior programs. 
  7. Provide functional assessment to PCP team for individuals on behavior programs
  8. Attend PCP meetings as indicated.
  9. Attend Human Rights Committee/Behavior Intervention Committee (HRC.BIC) meetings as required
  10. Ensures compliance with State Agency requirements
  11. Assist in creating and maintaining close relationships with families, guardians, caregivers, other providers, regulatory agencies, funders, and the community.
  12. Maintain basic health and safety principles and requirements sufficient to ensure that the safety needs of clients and staff are met.
  13. Adhere to professional and ethical guidelines for treatment staff, federal, state and county programs, laws and regulations.
  14. Provide instruction to staff of techniques and methodologies used successfully to deliver services to persons with developmental disabilities and related conditions.
  15. Supervises and assists case management team to ensure that treatment requirements for clients are met and both internal and external deadlines are met.
  16. Measures principles sufficient to develop valid, reliable measure of client needs.
  17. Provides theories, practices and methods of providing crisis response.
  18. This position requires travel to all campuses and other off-campus meetings and events.
  19. Performs other duties as assigned.

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$80 - $85 per Year





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