Assistant Clinical Director

Kaleidoscope Interventions
Orlando, Florida

Kaleidoscope Interventions is ideally located in Brevard County, Florida – right on the Space Coast! We serve families within our clinic, in the community, and with our sister agency Puzzle Box Academy.

Kaleidoscope Interventions specializes in evidence-based behavioral, speech, and occupational therapy to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and related Developmental Disabilities. We are dedicated in providing treatment to strengthen the behavioral, social, educational, and daily living needs of children. We work extensively with individuals who exhibit a variety of developmental needs and challenging behaviors to build adaptive skills in the home, school, community settings and our clinic utilizing behavioral principles.

The Assistant Clinical Director is responsible for assisting the Clinical Director in the delivery and maintenance of behavioral and treatment goals to children with autism and other developmental disabilities.

 

Essential Job Duties

• Receives general direction and work under the guidance of the Clinical Director and collaborates with supporting staff

• Ensures training protocol for all new hires is implemented

• Participates in the role mentoring of newly hired RBTs

• Supports and assists with the completion of day to day classroom tasks and activities in accordance with applicable lesson plans and child treatment plan goals and objectives

• Gathers, assembles, and organizes materials in classroom as appropriate

• Assists (and under the supervision of) the Clinical Director in conducting assessments (intake, ratio, functional, etc.)

• Assists (and under the supervision of) the Clinical Director in the maintenance of client programs, to include behavior intervention and treatment plans and client binders are up to date and accessible as well as ensuring all required client information is up-to-date

• Cleanliness checks of all settings to confirm proper sanitization is taking place

• Assists with data collection, graphing, and reporting of child learning process

• Applies basic working knowledge and understanding of each child's cumulative learning and

developmental goals and objectives

• Attends and helps lead team meetings

• Provide continuous reinforcement to staff and constant updates to the Clinical Director to help maintain and foster a positive environment

• Demonstrates appropriate child care standards and practices, and consistently adheres to all company policies, procedures, and practices

• Assists with crisis management; to include PCM and CPI

• Conduct parent meetings and follow-up calls

• Works with Content Development Team to create online videos 

• Work with and assist the Community Liaison to promote the company through community involvement

• Monitors children for signs of child abuse, and reports incidents of suspected abuse to

appropriate staff and personnel immediately

• Attends and help lead meetings, events and seminars as required by Kaleidoscope Interventions

• Maintain proficient understanding and working knowledge of Applied Behavior Analysis. Consistently demonstrates a high level of integrity, responsibility, accountability, teamwork, and ethics

• Adheres to all policies, procedures, and standard practices of Kaleidoscope Interventions

• Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned

Working Environment

This position requires regular sitting, stooping, reaching, walking, standing, reading, seeing, speaking, hearing, listening, organizing, interpreting data and information, operating office equipment, typing using a computer keyboard, and viewing a computer screen monitor, and occasional lifting of objects of up to 40 pounds. The working environment consists of an indoor and climate-controlled setting the majority of the time, and activities occurring in an outdoor non-climate controlled setting are occasional. The working environment entails working directly with pre-school and school aged children with various types of developmental disabilities the majority of the time, and with high volume auditory sounds and activities occurring frequently.

Minimum Education & Experience Requirements

Registered Behavioral Technician or BCaBA in good standing

6+ months experience working with children in an organized setting

6+ Months experience working with children with autism or other developmental disabilities

Or equivalent Combination of education and experience