The Board Certified Behavior Analyst is responsible for carrying out the treatment philosophy of the Agency, and has a significant role in shaping that philosophy as a member of the Management Team. The employee will be assigned to the school to address the behavioral issues of the students, along with the Assistant to the Principal act as administrative designee in the absence of the principal and provide direction and supervision to Direct Care Workers in the school.

Hours/Schedule:

This is a full time position that includes an extended school year (5 weeks from the end of July through the first week of August, 20hrs per week).

Skills:

Ability to supervise direct care workers, embrace and disseminate the educational philosophy of the school to the agency and direct care workers, provide training to direct care workers, support teachers in their classrooms, anticipate problems in the school before they happen and develop a plan with the Principal to manage these problems. Handle crisis situations in partnership with the Principal and LEP person.  Ability to work with children with emotional problems.

Education:

Bachelor’s Degree and BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) required.

Previous Experience and/or Training:

Three to four years of post-graduate clinical experience in child and adolescent field, ideally in residential treatment or an educational setting. Supervisory experience preferred.

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