- Master’s or Doctoral Degree in Psychology, Education or related behavioral health field and two years work experience working with adolescent or young adult populations with severe behavioral disorders and/or Developmentally Disabled. Must have a BCBA or BCBA-D certification and be able to meet the requirements for Arizona licensure.
- Fingerprint clearance through Arizona Department of Public Safety.
- Possession of or eligibility for an Arizona Driver’s License.
- Proof of vehicle Insurance in accordance with Arizona Law.
- Thirty-Nine month (39) DMV Driving Record.
- Ability to implement therapeutic interventions.
- Current motor vehicle insurance.
- First Aid and CPR.
KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:
The Licensed and Board Certified Behavior Analysts provide intensive outpatient behavioral analytic treatments to children and young adults with developmental and mental health disorders, specializing in those with severe behavioral needs. Our licensed and board certified behavior analysts are responsible for assessment’s and treatment plan development. This position requires an experienced, board certified behavior analyst whom is comfortable with severe behavioral disorders and serious mental illness (SMI) diagnoses, has the flexibility to support clients in a variety of environments (school, clinic, and home) through a variety of funding sources, and excels at clinical supervision.
RESPONSIBLITIES AND EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
- Responsible for supportive protective oversight and behavior management;
- Treat and monitor a small case load of intensive clients with unique DD and behavioral needs.
- Conduct functional and skill acquisition assessments such as FBA, Vineland, and VB- MAPP.
- Develop and monitor individual treatment and behavior plans.
- Read and implement a consumer treatment plan/crisis plan.
- Recognize and respect cultural differences.
- Recognize obvious symptoms of mental disorders and developmental delays.
- Provide treatment that promotes consumer dignity, independence, individuality, strengths, privacy, and choice.
- Conduct behavioral intervention trainings for providers, parents, schools, and community.
- Attend Child Family Teaming’s.
- Prepare daily case notes and consumer’s progress and regression.
- Be available to DSP’s in cases of emergencies.
- Recognize, prevent, and respond to situations in which a consumer; may be a danger to self or others, behaves in an aggressive or destructive manner, may be experiencing a crisis situation or may be experiencing a medical emergency.
- Protect and maintain the confidentiality of consumer records and information.
- Provide training as needed to DSP.
- Complete other duties as assigned.