At a glance
Location: US-AK-Anchorage
Posted: 11/1/2020
Closing: 11/30/2020
Degree: Not Specified
Employment Type: Full-Time
Experience: Not Specified
Behavioral Analyst (BCBA)
Hope Community Resources
Job description
Salary/Compensation$63,128 - $75,754 / annually DOEOverview

Join our team now as a board certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA)!


The Behavior Analyst provides services to referred Hope support recipients through their work in the application of behavioral analysis and Positive Behavioral Supports programs. This position ensures the team develops and implements appropriate individualized formal and informal behavioral support strategies for each referred support recipient. The Behavior Analyst implements behavioral intervention and support processes and interaction guidelines, and provides ongoing training for the team and works with each support recipient on an as needed basis. This position provides prescribed Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Autism Services to referred Hope support recipients. This includes the assessment, design and implementation of ABA treatment plans, conducting Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA), and supervising Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) and Behavior Health Technicians (BHTs) in the implementation of ABA services. This position also assists in the creation and development of Agency-wide curriculum and specific behavioral programs. The Behavior Analyst maintains loyalty to the organization, its beliefs, values, mission, vision, and expectations, and to the recipients of services.


Who We Are

We are a non-profit organization providing community supports to hundreds of individuals and families who experience intellectual and developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injury and mental health challenges. We provide services through regional offices located in Anchorage, the Mat-Su Valley, Dillingham, Kodiak, Seward, Barrow, and the Kenai Peninsula. We also serve the outlying areas and numerous rural communities within each region.

Who We Serve

The people who choose our supports range in age from infancy to the elderly, are of diverse ethnic background, and experience a range of disabilities. Each person is individual and unique in the supports they need and request.

Why Choose Hope?

Our mission of support is based on an individualized approach, believing that each person has unique needs and must be the chief architect of their own service delivery plan. By listening to the dreams of the individuals and families who choose our supports, we are able to provide unique opportunities, create new living environments, and expand programs that fully encompass the needs of families. As a result, our community supports are as diversified and as personalized as the dreams of each person.

Responsibilities

Essential Job Duties


1. Receives and screens referrals for appropriateness of assignment to behavioral supports team. Provides information and resources for referrals that may be better served by other service providers, either internal or external to Hope.


2. Collaborates with families and other team members to develop and implement behavioral intervention plans and teaching strategies, starting with the least restrictive intervention. Assists in the facilitation of team and family meetings for review and planning as needed.


3. Trains team members on intervention approaches for each support recipient and implements Positive Behavior Supports and intervention programs, which may include hands-on involvement.


4. Conducts initial and updated assessments and treatment plans for assigned Hope support recipients that have been prescribed Autism services and implements these prescribed services both directly and through the direct supervision of BHTs functioning in their role as RBTs when implementing billed Autism Services.


5. Ensures and oversees implementation of the treatment plan and ensures that all needed documentation is completed, including daily billing notes by this person and/or the BHT or RBT.


6. Supervises, develops, evaluates, counsels, and disciplines BHT and RBT staff through teaching, coaching and mentoring. Collaborates in all aspects of onboarding personnel to fulfill department requirements.


7. Maintains documentation of provided supervision and number of hours that assigned BHTs and RBTs have worked in the delivery of Autism Services. Conducts competency assessments annually to meet requirements of State of Alaska Autism Service Medicaid provisions.


8. Reviews and analyzes data on a regular basis, monitors program implementation, and makes revisions to interventions and programs as necessary.


9. Ensures that each support recipient with a psychiatric condition is receiving, or is referred to receive, appropriate mental health services, when the support recipient possesses sufficient functional abilities to participate in mental health treatment.

Qualifications

Education and Experience


1. Master’s degree in Psychology, Special Education or a related field required. Applied Behavioral Analysis training required. Positive Behavior Support knowledge is preferred.


2. Must be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).


3. State of Alaska Behavior Analyst License required, or the ability to become licensed within six months required.
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