Behavior Analyst

School District of Clay County
Clay County, Florida

 

Job Description:

The Certified Behavior Analyst (CBA) is directly responsible to the Director of Exceptional Student Education & Student Services. He/she serves in a staff relationship with other ESE Specialists, teachers, and staff.

Responsibilities and duties of this position include:

  1. Conduct observations and functional behavioral assessments and design, implement and monitor behavior intervention plans.

  2. Develops crisis intervention plans when needed.

  3. Coordinate regularly scheduled sessions for staff involved in behavioral support to provide assistance with behavioral/social problems of students served by these support personnel.

  4. Provide training and coaching on Applied Behavior Analysis techniques.

  5. Ensure psychosocial and behavioral data has been gathered and maintained on targeted students by coordinating with parents, District staff, and community mental health professionals.

  6. Support implementation of effective behavioral interventions by developing and conducting training for teachers, District staff and parents and attend IEP meetings as necessary.

  7. Collaborate with parents, behavior specialists, mental health professionals, agency personnel, and educators in case management and problem-solving.

  8. Familiarizes self with most recent research/practice in applied behavior analysis.

  9. Follow Federal and State laws, as well as School Board policies.

  10. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Exceptional Student Education & Student Services.

  

Required qualifications:

  1. Master’s degree from an accredited institution.

  2. Master’s level certification as a behavior analyst.

Desired Qualifications:

  1. Currently possess, or eligibility to receive a valid Florida Educator’s Certificate in at least one Exceptional Student Education exceptionality, Guidance and Counseling, or school psychology and have the Autism Spectrum Disorder Endorsement.

  2. Three years of successful teaching experience with students on the autism spectrum and/or working with students with behaviorally complex needs.

  3. Skills in planning and delivering professional development.

  4. Experience in monitoring the Exceptional Student Education referral, eligibility, and Individual Education Plan (IEP) process.

 

Advantages of working for the School District of Clay County:

8 weeks off for various breaks

  • Thanksgiving Break (1 week)

  • Winter Break (2 weeks)

  • Spring Break (1 week)

  • Summer Break (4 weeks)

7 additional student/staff holidays

10 days of personal/sick leave

7:30am to 3:00pm work schedule

37.5 hour work week

Florida Retirement System pension or investment plan options

 

Gain more details about the School District of Clay County at http://www.oneclay.net/

  • Apply for this position through the Open Instructional Positions link at http://www.oneclay.net/hr-instructional-positions.html

 

For questions about the application process, contact the Human Resources Department at:

900 Walnut Street

Green Cove Springs, FL 32043

Phone: 904-284-6500

Fax: 904-284-6535