Clinical Supervisor

Miami Dade and Broward

Clinical Supervisor, BCBA

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Job Title:Clinical Supervisor

Reports toClinical Director, Area Clinical Director



Position Summary:

Clinical Supervisors serve as Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) on client cases and provide therapy and supervision to clients as directed. They oversee client treatment plans from assessment through care delivery and direct their Behavior Technicians and Program Coordinators on how to best deliver treatment plans. They are closely involved with clients and client families, providing additional support and family training as needed and directed by their Clinical Directors.


Program Development

  • Promote awareness and disseminate information regarding ASD and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) through training and presentations both on- and off-site, as directed
  • Provide articles, research summaries, etc., to disseminate important information about ABA and ASD, as directed
  • Conduct and participate in professional development training
  • Support the operations for program development needs
  • Promote high level of professional and ethical standards, following both company standards and BACB guidelines

Consultation and Supervision

  • Serve as the clinical lead on all cases, working with both the Program Coordinator (BCaBA or BCBA) and Behavior Technician (RBT) to ensure all treatment plans are progressing to reach a client’s specific goals
  • Conduct training workshops for the client’s extended care team, perform routine fidelity checks on RBT’s, routinely collect interobserver reliability data, review client programs to analyze data, observe program implementation, and make necessary changes to the treatment program
  • Discuss observations/concerns of care providers
  • Revise client’s curriculum as needed to reach target goals
  • Collaborate with colleagues, parents, and schools in order to share information and implement best practice intervention programs to clients
  • Provide training and on-going support to parents and caregivers


  • Conduct behavioral, developmental, and functional-based assessments
  • Develop, oversee, and implement client’s Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) and Individualized Treatment Plan (ITP)
  • Perform a range of evidence-based intervention methods to assist in client treatment plans
  • Create and design programs and develop strategies to accomplish the goals from the client’s ITP
  • Collect, maintain and evaluate data on each client’s progress
  • Observe and record client’s behaviors and monitor client’s progress
  • Communicate effectively with supervisory staff on both client and non-client specific matters
  • Help cover treatment sessions for other staff members, when needed
  • Complete other job related duties and special assignments as directed

Professional Responsibilities:

  • Maintain Continuing Education for BCBA requirement
  • Conduct and attend professional trainings and presentations


  • Very Competitive Pay Rates
  • Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance for full-time employees
  • Aflac Supplemental Insurance, including accident, critical illness and short-term disability for full-time employees
  • Flexible Spending Accounts and Loyalty Loan Program for full-time employees
  • Paid time off for full-time employees
  • Paid holidays for full-time employees
  • 401(k) Savings Plan for full-time employees
  • Potential for career advancement
  • Clinical support from seasoned behavior analysts
  • Convenient leading database software for clinical tasks
  • iPad with complete data collection and reporting software accessibility for full-time employees
  • Relocation benefits when applicable


Educational Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, or related field

Certification and Licensure Requirements:

  • Current BCBA certificate in good standing
  • Completion of 8 hours of supervisor training, or pending completion of hours

Other Requirements:

  • Valid driver’s license and personal auto insurance
  • Must have manual dexterity to operate computers, electronic devices, office machinery, and other objects associated with clinical treatment
  • Must be able to hold, transport, restrain, and utilize quick body movements as indicated in the Behavior Intervention Plan while working with clients that demonstrate challenging behavior
  • Able to lift and carry a minimum of 50 lbs
  • Employees must be able to meet the physical demands of direct client therapy and supervision as a whole, including but not limited to, finger dexterity, talking, average hearing, depth perception, repetitive motions, carrying and lifting, bending and stooping, and other physical tasks in order to administer safe and effective clinical treatment
  • When dealing with clients that may exhibit physically aggressive behavior, employee must be able to use appropriate behavior management techniques. Appropriate responses require agility, quick reflexes, and the ability to use physically evasive movements. Training will be provided so that employee is supported through these physical demands
  • Maintenance of BCBA certification, as well as certifications in any trainings provided (e.g., crisis training, CPR and First Aid, etc.)
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred
  • Medicaid credentialed preferred

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral, that will be required for communication with colleagues, parents, clients, and other staff
  • Excellent attitude and ability to work well within a team
  • Ability to organize and act on multiple activities concurrently, as required by client treatment plans
  • Adaptability and eagerness to work in a changing environment
  • Flexibility to work independently with clients, in addition to working as a part of the larger team
  • Maintenance of confidential health information
  • Knowledge of Autism Spectrum Disorders, typical development, and assessment and intervention techniques.
  • Self-motivation, patience, dependability, and strong problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills
  • Ability to work well with minimal supervision