Title: Clinic Based ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) Clinical Supervisor
*This is a continuously open position that will be used to review candidates for current and/or future needs
Salary Range: $66,103.79-$82,629.73
Actual offers will be determined by the candidate’s creditable years of experience in conjunction with internal equity considerations and based on the organization’s current compensation practices.
Job Code: 705
Works within the agency and program’s vision, mission and philosophy, and policies in partnership with the Program Manager. Responsible for providing clinical supervision and training for behavior technicians to meet performance goals, treatment fidelity, and outcomes across all services. Responsible for developing and training behavior therapists and leading the clinical team in implementing behavioral and developmental treatments for individuals with developmental and behavioral health challenges. Responsible for providing caregiver training, field training/shadowing coaching for Behavior Technicians, completing skills assessments (ESDM, ABLLS, BDI, Functional Behavior Assessments, etc), developing goals, writing assessment and progress reports, attending clinical meetings when needed, and ensuring that clients receive high quality culturally and developmentally appropriate services.
1. Provide field/clinic overlaps and face-to-face high-level supervision per payor and BACB requirements for Registered Behavior Technicians.
2. In collaboration with the clinical team, conduct comprehensive assessments using appropriate assessment tools dependent upon the referral and individual need. Report results to clinical team members.
3. In collaboration with the clinical team, design and submit comprehensive treatment plans (e.g., skill acquisition plans, and Behavior Intervention Plans) for clients that are culturally relevant, family-focused, and socially significant, that are in compliance with agency and payor timelines.
4. Provide direct intervention and necessary coverage for Behavior Technicians when necessary to ensure consistency in care.
5. In schools, model direct interventions for educators in classroom settings, provide coaching and instruction, collect fidelity data.
6. Design and implement individual and group caregiver training and consultation programs. Conduct and/or participate in progress meetings with client treatment teams (e.g., caregivers, school staff) as required by payors.
7. Gather, compile, analyze and integrate the use of outcome data to improve clinical service delivery within assigned team using internal software systems (e.g.,Catalyst).
8. Ensure effective coordination of services for youth and families with other providers, both internal and external, by supporting the development of constructive relationships and problem-solving barriers.
9. Complete required documentation and fidelity for behavior technicians.
10. Maintain schedule for client caseload and BTs; ensure compliance with treatment plan recommendation for weekly/monthly service hours.
11. Ensure weekly/monthly productivity and other revenue related activities meet or exceed revenue forecasts.
12. Ensure clinical documentation and quality assurance meets both agency and payor standards, ensuring audit ready charts and continuous quality improvement.
13. Participate in organizational quality improvement efforts. Lead and/or delegate work groups to respond to program development needs.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. All employees are responsible for keeping job requirements up to date. This can include but are not limited to certifications, licensure, and maintaining a clear criminal record.
*Bilingual in Spanish highly desired
Other Specific Requirements
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to use hands to handle or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; and taste or smell. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
In addition this position requires sitting, standing, walking, bending, and kneeling.
Employee Statement of Understanding
I have read and understand the job description for my position. I am able to perform all of the essential functions of this position.
I agree to successfully complete all required training indicated for this position. I agree to keep all of my required certifications and licenses current and up to date and provide proper documentation of the same to the Department. I agree to comply with all Agency policies and procedures. I agree to comply with the agency compliance plan and all laws, rules, regulations and standards of conduct relating to my position. As an employee, I understand my duty to report any suspected violations of the law or the standards of conduct to my immediate supervisor. As an employee, I will strive to uphold the mission and vision of the organization. All employees are required to adhere to the values in all their interactions with youth and families and fellow employees.