BCBA

Interventions Unlimited
Oviedo, Fl

Join us in empowering the possible! If you are seeking opportunities with an ethical and professional ABA company where you can learn and grow professionally and you are passionate about helping children and families, then we are the place for you! Interventions Unlimited has been helping individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, behavioral challenges, and other unique learning needs to achieve their maximum potential for 20 years. We are committed in providing high standards of care and providing our employees with the needed support, training, and professional growth to fulfill our mission.

Classification: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Clinical Responsibilities

  • Conduct behavioral assessments and evaluations 
  • Develop treatment plans and BIPs
  • Conduct direct services with clients as needed
  • Conduct parent training 
  • Provide regular on-site and virtual supervision and training to Behavior Technicians and BCaBAs.
  • Oversee overall ABA program implementation of assigned clients 
  • Graphing of client progress 
  • Write clinical reports as needed
  • Maintain weekly direct contact with the clients 

 Case Management Responsibilities

  • Communicate with parents regarding any concerns 
  • Address parent concerns 
  • Communicate with supervisor or the appropriate department regarding these concern to best support the clients 
  • Ensure data collection and graphing is kept up to date and provide any feedback to client/clinical team
  • Meet quality assurance requirements

Other Responsibilities

  • Attend necessary training and seminars
  • Maximize billable hours 
  • Track and covert all billable and non-billable activities on Central Reach calendar
  • Assist with clinical projects and overall development of the clinical department
  • Follow BACB code of conduct 
  • Follow company policy and procedures
  • Travel to clients as needed

Qualifications:

  • Active BCBA certification
  • Florida Medicaid provider preferred
  • Previous experience managing/supervising others
  • Experience working with special needs children in a clinic and home setting
  • A positive attitude and dedication to clinical integrity
  • Master's degree